2 bedroom village house for sale

North Hill, Launceston

Fixed Price £250,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Characterful Grade II listed village house
  • Reception rooms and bedrooms of good proportions
  • Slate flagstone flooring, stone fireplaces and many wooden features
  • Well modernised with LPG central heating and wood burner stove
  • Private rear garden and patio with adjacent workshop and store area
  • Unrestricted roadside parking

Full description

Lea House is a Grade II listed early 19th Century property which is a credit to the present owner who has improved and maintained the property to a high standard which will be appreciated when viewing. The property is well modernised featuring some secondary double glazing to the front sash windows and some double glazed units to the rear with central heating from LPG boiler which is discretely housed in the kitchen in addition to which there is a wood burner stove in the fine open fireplace with cloam oven in the sitting room and the modern bathroom features electric under floor heating. The property is set in a popular and peaceful village, yet quite accessible and there are some superb walks in the immediate vicinity and on the nearby open expanses of Bodmin Moor. 

ACCOMMODATION
A quality village house which is apparent as soon as you go through the entrance door. The beautifully presented character accommodation comprises Entrance Hall with slate flagstone flooring which continues into the two reception rooms, one off either side. There is a natural look to the timber features with panelled doors, architraves, skirting board and timber to the staircase which adds to the character.   Sitting Room is a well proportioned room with open stone fireplace having fitted wood burner stove and cloam oven, concealed radiator, wall light with dimmer switch control and secondary double glazed window to the front with window seat looking across to the Church tower and trees beyond a fine granite wall. The Dining Room has open stone fireplace having fitted electric log effect fire with built-in cupboards to one side together with lovely glazed hardwood display cabinet with lights built-in to the window reveal again with secondary double glazed window having similar view as the sitting room.   Fitted wall lights with dimmer switch control, beautiful stained glass door to rear lobby and kitchen and door to under stair cupboard also with slate floor, fitted shelves and light. The Rear Lobby has tiled flooring which extends through into the Kitchen/Breakfast Room, built-in pitch Pine cupboard with slate shelf to window, coat rack, part glazed hardwood stable door to the rear garden and opening through to the kitchen. The Kitchen/Breakfast Room comprises various cupboards under hardwood worktops with Belfast style white sink with mixer tap, integrated fridge, cooker space with electric point, various wall cupboards, shelves and storage, exposed timbers and granite eye-level cupboard containing electric trip fuses and conveniently located Ideal Logic LPG boiler for central heating and domestic hot water. Two windows to the rear allow a view to the wooded hills to the west of the village. 

A wide staircase ascends to the First Floor Landing with hatch and pull down ladder to the insulated roof space with light, there is also an additional storage cupboard over the staircase. Natural light from the rear facing window with seat and lovely wood panelled doors off to all first floor rooms. Bedroom One is a well proportioned double bedroom with feature fireplace having cast iron fire, slate and timber surround and slate hearth. Built-in double wardrobe with twin hanging rails, radiator, wall lights with dimmer switch control, secondary double glazed window to the front with built-in window seat and cupboards having views to the Church. Bedroom Two another double bedroom with half glazed doors to built-in wardrobe and shelves, radiator, two wall lights and secondary double glazed window with view to the Church. Bathroom is well appointed with P-shaped Jacuzzi bath with fitted shower and screen, wash basin with cupboards and drawers under and fitted mirror unit with shelves and lighting.  Low level W.C., heated chrome ladder style towel rail, built-in cupboard, electric under floor heating to the tiled floor with generous tiled walls and clear glazed window to the rear with views to the countryside to the south of the village.   

OUTSIDE
There are stone walled areas either side at the front with the house set back from the road where there is unrestricted roadside parking. The rear garden is accessed either from the stable door from the lobby or by a right of way around the property on the left hand side with a pedestrian gate to a courtyard. PLEASE NOTE: there is no right of way through the property being sold.  The rear courtyard is in two areas with slate flooring, granite and slate flower beds with a circular sitting area with semi-circle slate topped walls with various shrubs. Built-in slate roof Store Area which also has plumbing for washing machine with hot and cold points and electric connected plus shelved storage area. Just beyond the courtyard is a further area which contains a Workshop 10’ 5” x 9’ 2” (3.2m x 2.8m) average, with light and power connected, fitted bench and shelves and natural light from the side window. There is storage to one side together with Covered Store adjacent at the front and an area housing the LPG tanks.   

SERVICES Mains water, electricity and drainage.   

COUNCIL TAX BAND C.
EE RATING     Not applicable as the property is a listed building. 

The property is located in the centre of North Hill which is a favoured village above the dramatically scenic Lynher Valley on the eastern edge of Bodmin Moor with the nearest area of open moor known as Twelve Mens Moor. Nearby and at the heart of the village is the ancient Parish Church of St. Torney and the village also has the Race Horse Inn, a village pub renowned for its good food and there is also a village hall where there are various social activities including a play group. A weekly mobile shop calls at the village. The major East Cornwall town of Launceston is some 7 miles away and provides a full range of social, commercial and shopping facilities, whilst in the opposite direction is the market town of Liskeard providing similar facilities plus mainline railway station. The A30 trunk road is within a few miles and going East from Launceston the A30 connects with the M5 at Exeter (50 miles) where there is intercity rail link and international airport. The city of Plymouth which is the major retail centre for the area is some 25 miles to the south where there is also a continental ferry port. 

DIRECTIONS  
Locate the village of North Hill which is some 7 miles south west of Launceston just off the B3254 road. On entering the village proceed past the Race Horse public house on the left and continue to the village centre bearing left at the junction where Lea House will be found second property in the terrace on the left having its name displayed.   
 


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