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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Egloskerry, Launceston

Withdrawn from Market £315,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Three . four bedroom detached house
  • Stylish annex, suitable for two generation occupation
  • Set in a level plot with private rear garden
  • On the outskirts of a favoured rural village, with primary school
  • Attracting morning sun at the front with afternoon suntrap rear garden
  • In all round good condition
  • EPC: D

Full description

Three / four bedroom house with stylish annex suitable for two generation occupation. Enjoying wonderful views of rolling fields and well wooded hedges. Set in level grounds with private rear terrace / garden. Beside favoured village with primary school, church and village hall. Attracting morning sun at the front with afternoon suntrap rear garden / conservatory. Oil fired centrally heated and double glazed. In good all round condition. EPC: D

Treveth is a detached two storey house with extended accommodation ideal for annex use.  The property has oil fired central heating with radiators in all rooms (boiler renewed in 2015), is fully double glazed and in good all round condition internally and externally. 

Treveth is situated on the eastern fringe of the unspoilt rural village of Egloskerry some 4 miles north west of the former market town of Launceston.    Enjoys a lovely position fronting an unclassified country road with unimpeded views of an ancient rolling field pattern with traditional tree hedges and woodland margins. The property is within easy walking distance of the parish church, modern primary school and village hall within the village of Egloskerry. 

Launceston, some 4 miles, (by direct and good local road) provides a full range of social, commercial and shopping facilities. The town is situated on the A30 dual carriageway spine road for Cornwall and  Devon just inside the Cornish boundary with a good balance of travel distance to all parts of the two Counties. Beyond Launceston, the city of Exeter (some 46 miles) provides Intercity Rail Link, expanding International Airport and M5 Motorway link.   

In all directions from Egloskerry there is scenery of outstanding natural beauty.  To the north is the rugged North Cornish coast famed for sandy family beaches and quaint former fishing villages.  To the west are the open expanses of Bodmin Moor ideal for walking and riding.   To the east is Dartmoor 
National Park  and running southwards to Plymouth Sound on the south coast are the hidden secrets of the Tamar Valley steeped in 18th Century mining history and renowned for Salmon fishing.


Stairs rising to first floor.   

Generous size with wash hand basin and W.C.  High level shelf and Expel Air. 

East facing window trapping the early morning sun, and enjoying the lovely view. Feature electric log burning stove in hearth.   T.V point. 

Lovely family living room with range of matching base and wall cupboard units incorporating stainless steel sink, plumbing and space for dishwasher, three directional spotlights on track. Large rear window and French doors to:- 

A sliding French door opening to the rear terrace / garden. Attracting sun throughout the afternoon and evening.   Vinyl flooring. 

Tall unit and two double wall cupboard units.   Shelving and plumbing for automatic washing machine. 

Fitted shelves. 

Housing oil fired boiler and space for clothes drying rack. 

Stylish area with feature slate hearth and French doors to the front.  Open to the underside of the 1st floor roof this is a stunning entertainment area. Incorporating large under stair cupboard.   

Suite of W.C., wash hand basin and shower set against tiled walls and floors.   Expel Air.  

Floor cupboard units and window to the rear. 

Also with window to the rear. 

Open to the under side of the eaves with exposed feature beams, east facing Velux and French doors opening to timber balcony.

Central landing serving all accommodation at this level and with shelves, loft hatch and ladder (loft is centre boarded).  Airing cupboard off with pre-lagged hot water cylinder heated by central heating boiler and electric immersion as required. 

Good sized double bedroom with triple casement east facing window taking full advantage of the excellent pastoral view.  

Also enjoying the main view with triple casement window.   Hanging cupboard. 

A good size twin room.  

Suite of corner corner against fully tiled walls with electric shower over, W.C. and wash hand basin in vanity unit set against half tiled walls with mirror, light and shaver point over. Deep shelved cupboard, Expel Air and light pull switch.   Ladder towel rail heated by central heating boiler. 

At the front of the property is a convenient frontage parking area for four / five cars.   Pathways lead on either side of the property to the rear where there is an enclosed level and private garden attracting sun throughout the afternoon and evening.  This area is laid to paving and easy care chipping areas with some feature beds and a corner Pergola with timber decking.   There is a timber framed garden shed and outside water tap.  Rear door to annex.   

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
16 June 2016


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