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1 bedroom flat for sale

Kensey Valley Meadow, Launceston, Cornwall

Sold STC £87,500

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Tenure: Leasehold

We are pleased to offer this modern, one bedroom ground floor flat, ideal for an investment or first time purchase in the sought after Kensey Valley Meadow development. This apartment also boasts a private garden, perfect for BBQ's on the long summer nights. Internal viewing is highly recommended. NO ONWARD CHAIN

P-shape panel bath with built in mains shower, curved glass shower screen, built in vanity unit with low level WC and wash hand basin with mixer taps, wall mounted shaver point, radiator, wall mounted extractor fan.

Private rear garden accessed from path to side of the property. On entering the gate there is a patio area with loose chippings and flagstone laid, rotary clothes airer and water butt. Steps up to two tiered levels of lawn, both with retaining steps, shaping to a point, fenced to 2 sides. One allocated parking space is located through an archway nearby.

Mains electric, gas, water and drainage. Satellite, telephone and broadband available.

Launceston is a historic market town situated in North Cornwall right on the Cornwall/Devon border offering good access to the Cornish coast and Bodmin Moor. The town is famous for the castle which dates back to medieval times and dominates the landscape sitting proudly at the highest point.

Launceston benefits from facilities including several supermarkets, schools and well-regarded local butchers, bakers and greengrocers. Launceston also plays host to the Launceston Butter Market which is held on the 1st Saturday of every month from March to December in the town square. The market is an excellent place to browse the stalls and purchase local produce, gifts and cards whilst the Town Band plays creating a relaxing atmosphere in an historic setting.

From Launceston, Plymouth is within easy reach via the A388 (approx 26 miles) whilst the A30 trunk road offers good access west to Truro (approx 47 miles) and east to Exeter (approx 41 miles). The nearest mainline train stations can be found in Gunnislake and Liskeard, being approximately 16 and 20 miles respectively from Launceston.

In terms of industry, the town offers a bustling centre and on the outskirts are two industrial estates at Pennygillam and Newport. Launceston and the surrounding areas offer a fine array of properties from large rural estates, historical cottages and town houses to numerous modern developments. Items of interest include the castle itself which is maintained by English Heritage with a visit providing historical information and a fantastic view across the town. There is also the Lawrence House Museum which is run by the National Trust and offers a ‘step back in time’ set in an 18th century Georgian town house.

Front door into:

Radiator, coat hooks, door to:

Radiator, doors to all rooms, large storage cupboard with shelving.

Open Plan Lounge / Kitchen 
17.1ft x 10.1ft
Two radiators, two double glazed windows to rear aspect, satellite television cabling, TV aerial point. Kitchen area has a range of matching base and eye level units with display cabinets, space and plumbing for dishwasher and washing machine under worktop. Fitted stainless steel oven with gas hob above and matching stainless steel extractor hood over. Stainless steel circular bowl with mixer tap and matching circular shallow drainer with wooden cover.

10.1ft x 9.7ft
Radiator, Dual aspect double glazed windows to side and rear.

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
10 February 2016

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