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2 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Tregeare, Launceston


Property Description

Key features

  • Two bedroom, semi-detached, rural cottage with stables and paddock (in all, just under a half acre)
  • Within the much favoured, tranquil hamlet of Tregeare
  • Level access, gardens, exercise yard and paddock
  • Views of rolling pasture farmland and well wooded Tregeare Down
  • Generous off-road parking / turning
  • Near to open areas of moor
  • Guest accommodation in outbuilding with electricity and plumbing
  • EE Rating - Band F

Full description

The hamlet of Tregeare is very much an out of the way location set in the stunning North Cornish countryside which adjoins Bodmin Moor. Tregeare is approximately 3 miles from the A30 dual carriageway making it easily accessible with the cathedral cities of Truro and Exeter being both under an hours drive.  Between them they offer a wealth of shopping and leisure facilities and communications to the rest of the country and beyond.

Close to the hamlet of Tregeare is the village of Egloskerry which has a very good primary school.  Trethorne Leisure Farm and Golf Club is situated approximately 2 miles away.  

Launceston is the ancient capital of Cornwall and boasts a number of historical buildings including the Norman Castle and Victorian Guildhall and Town Hall.  There is a wide variety of shopping available both in the town centre and out of town retail park together with a range of service businesses, medical facilities and schooling at both primary and secondary levels.  

This property is a traditional stone built semi-detached cottage comprising of two large bedrooms, lounge, kitchen, study, utility, shower room, bathroom, galvanised barn, pony paddock and parking.    There is also an outbuilding suitable for use as overflow accommodation with plumbing and electricity.
The property further benefits from stunning countryside views from all angles.

The property is accessed via a wooden hand gate and along a slab path to a part glazed uPVC front door which leads into:-

Double glazed to front elevation, radiator, slate floor and working fireplace with wood burner installed.  Stairs to first floor and door through to:-

Country style high quality wall and base units with roll top working surface, single bowl stainless steel sink with mixer tap, Stanley oil fired Range and room for cooker, built-in storage cupboard and double glazed to rear elevation.   Doors to utility and:-

Double glazed to rear elevation, radiator and alcove.

Radiator, plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, stable door to rear garden, slate floor and door to:-

Shower cubicle with electric shower fitted, wash hand basin on wall and low level W.C.   Tiled slate floor, wall heater and double glazed to side elevation.

Loft hatch, doors to bathroom and both bedrooms.

Double glazed to front elevation, storage cupboard, radiator and opening to:-

Strip light and fitted hanging rails.  

Panelled bath with shower attachment, electric shower over, pedestal wash basin and low level W.C. Double glazed to rear elevation.  Connecting door to bedroom.

Double glazed to rear elevation, radiator, beam ceiling and airing cupboard with built-in storage.

At the front of the property is an enclosed level garden with wooden frontage gate, various plants, shrubs and ornamental trees. At the rear is a further enclosed level area of garden. To the left of the property is a wide gravel driveway accessed via a double entrance gateway. There is ample parking for several vehicles as well as a horsebox, caravan or similarly sized trailer. 

Stone and slate outbuilding accessed via stable door from the rear garden. Double glazing to the front and rear. Electric light and power. MAIN ROOM 4.07 x 2.21m

ADJOINING W.C. 2.21 x 1.18m
Low level W.C. and wash hand basin on vanity unit with storage under.  Double glazed window to the front elevation.

STABLE BARN 13.65 x 6.96m    (1022 sq. ft.)
Light and airy timber pole and corrugated, galvanised iron barn with blockwork lower walls. Open   fronted at one end, ample skylights throughout  and access to exercise yards. Electric light and power.

Post and railed.

Level, laid to pasture with good road frontage and traditional hedge boundaries on three sides. Post and railed.

This property benefits from being in a quiet rural location with stunning 360° views of the surrounding countryside.   The property further benefits from mains electric, water supply, telephone, satellite and superfast broadband.  Early viewing of this property is highly encouraged to appreciate everything it has to offer.



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Added on Rightmove:
23 March 2016

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