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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Ash Park Terrace, Liskeard, PL14

Sold by Us £445,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Double Fronted Detached House
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Three Reception Rooms
  • Conservatory
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Many Original Features
  • 'Henry Rice' Designed
  • Private Gardens
  • Garage & Parking
  • Viewing Strongly Recomended

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property
A very rare opportunity to purchase a beautifully presented and superb example of an 'Henry Rice' designed detached double fronted Victorian Town House! Believed to have been constructed in
1869 whilst the imposing bay windows are thought to have been added in the late 19th Century, this must be regarded as one of the prime Victorian residences in Liskeard. The property has been considerably upgraded and extended to include a new roof, replacement double glazed hardwood windows on the rear wing, a combination of double glazing throughout, gas central heating and of particular note is the re-arranged living accommodation at the rear offering light and airy well-proportioned kitchen/ breakfast room with an adjoining conservatory all overlooking the rear garden and in general offers an interesting mix of original and contemporary living space.

Retaining many of the original features including high lofty ceilings, large panelled doors, picture rails and coving, open fireplaces and most of the original floors have been exposed. Externally the house has manageable gardens, again which have been landscaped and mainly replanted by the current owners and which includes a private rear lawn, partly walled patio area and many of the pathways have been re-laid. Beyond the rear garden is vehicular access with parking and garaging for multiple cars.

The property is within a few hundred yards of the mainline railway station which offers a direct train to London-Paddington and the town centre of Liskeard which is a busy market town and the main administrative centre for South East Cornwall and is well served by excellent shopping, recreational and educational facilities. The town also straddles the main A38 dual carriageway giving quick and convenient access to the City of Plymouth where there is also a ferry facility to the continent. The south Cornish coast is within approximately seven miles of the town and the expanses of Bodmin Moor are a similar distance.

With ¾ glazed main entrance door with
‘Cathedral style’ arched windows to side, tiled floor and granite step to;

Reception Hall
With central heating radiator, beautiful imposing staircase to first floor with under stairs cupboard with access doors (one double, one single). Solid wood floor

Utility Room
13’7” x 6’1” max.
Solid Pine working surface with incorporated shoe rack and shelving, tiled floor, two roof lights, ‘Sheila Maid’ style clothes drier, display recess, four recessed low voltage spotlights, plumbing for washing machine, central heating radiator and hardwood door to exterior.

Downstairs Cloakroom
Low level WC,Belfast sink with tiled surround, central
heating radiator, tiled floor and extractor fan.

Inner Hall
With central heating radiator, ‘Cathedral style’ arched window with ornate painted glass and frosted glass. NB. This was originally believed to have been one of three windows above the original staircase and relocated during renovation work.

9’2” x 8’10”
With a door to conservatory and central heating radiator.

Sitting Room
22’2” x 15’8” max.
triple aspect double glazed bay window. Two central heating radiators, open fireplace with original tiled and timber surround and matching tiled hearth.

Dining Room
21’4” x 16’0” max.
triple aspect double glazed bay window. Two central heating radiators and open fireplace with slate and tiled surround.

Family Room
14’4” x 12’10”
With two central heating radiators, small paned window with renewed shuttering overlooking the enclosed rear yard, built-in cupboard with
cupboard below both with double doors, deep built-in cupboard/wardrobe and door to kitchen.

En-suite Shower Room
with low level WC wash hand basin, separate shower cubicle with Triton electric shower and extractor.

Kitchen / Breakfast
23’2” x 17’3” average (irregular shape).
This room is of interesting proportions with a large roof light and floor to ceiling windows in the breakfast room area with fitted window blinds, gas fired Aga with adjoining free-standing Pine units and working surfaces which also incorporates built-in Siemens oven and ceramic hob opposite which are a good range built-in modern kitchen units with stainless steel sink unit and space and plumbing for dishwasher, tiled splash backs, recessed low voltage spotlights, tiled floor, patio doors to enclosed rear yard, Intergas central heating boiler (installed in 2013), built-in larder, central heating radiator, inner lobby area and further French doors to;

10’10” x 10’7”
Of hardwood construction with new slate roof and triple aspect design, double central heating radiator, French doors to garden, tiled floor, fitted window blinds and three uplighters.

First Floor Landing
Spacious Landing with hatch to roof space and large hardwood double glazed window above half-landing. Built-in airing cupboard housing the hot water tank with back-up external solar panels and built in shelving and door to;

Family Bathroom
approached initially through a small lobby with a range of built-in cupboards. Fully tiled panelled bath, separate shower cubicle with' Heatrae' electric shower, original Shanks wash hand basin,
low level WC, heated towel rail and tiled floor.

Bedroom One
16’0” x 13’1” max.
with built-in single wardrobe, central heating radiator and dual aspect windows (one uPVC).

with low level WC, wash hand basin, separate shower cubicle with Triton electric shower, extractor fan and central heating radiator.

Bedroom Two
22’0” x 14’8” max.
triple aspect double glazed bay window. Two central heating radiators and additional uPVC side window.

Bedroom Three
22’6” x 13’7” max.
triple aspect double glazed bay window. With central
heating radiator, original Victorian fireplace with slate surround and wrought iron and tiled inset.

Bedroom Four
10’1” x 9’8”
with central heating radiator and secondary double glazing.

Gardens At the front of the property there is a front entrance gate with an original adjoining low walled frontage with granite coping stones giving way to a side walled entrance pedestrian gate both giving access to a network of pathways which have also been re-established. The front garden has been landscaped offering a mature mixture of borders
and shrubbery, etc. with a large feature Beech tree to the side, adjoining which is a side internal gate into the level rear garden which offers a good degree of privacy and laid mainly to lawn with a partly walled paved patio, raised rockery with low stone wall, shrubbery and pergola. Fully enclosed yard on the north-eastern boundary with access from
the rear of the kitchen. Steps leading to a gravelled entrance/ parking area with double gates
to rear vehicular access. Double Car Port with partial Oak frame, adjoining secure Store room.

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13 June 2016


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