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3 bedroom cottage for sale

Pensilva, Liskeard

Sold STC £180,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Charming and deceptively spacious character cottage on the edge of 'Old Pensilva'
  • Three double bedrooms and bathroom with shower
  • Sitting room with feature fireplace opening into a dining room
  • Well proportioned Oak finish fitted kitchen
  • Large loft storage space with scope for conversion subject to planning consent
  • uPVC double glazed with mains gas central heating
  • Driveway providing off road parking for up to 2 vehicles
  • Extensive, safe and level gardens with lawn and terrace exceeding 100 ft in length
  • In walking distance of shop, post office, primary school and surgery

Full description

A fantastic and rare opportunity to acquire a traditional miner's cottage in the heart of the lovely moorland village of Pensilva offering a comfortable family home with huge scope and potential
Three double bedrooms and bathroom with shower
Sitting room with feature fireplace opening into a dining room
Well proportioned Oak finish fitted kitchen
Large loft storage space with scope for conversion subject to planning consent
uPVC double glazed with mains gas central heating
Driveway providing off road parking for up to 2 vehicles
Extensive, safe and level gardens with lawn and terrace exceeding 100 ft in length
In walking distance of shop, post office, primary school and surgery

Situation - Pensilva is a tranquil moorland village beside Bodmin Moor, offering superb walking, riding and famous Heritage sites. Within the village itself facilities include the Millennium House recreational centre, public house and restaurant, shop, Post Office, primary school and health centre with Wheal Tor Country Inn and a farm shop on the outskirts. Siblyback Lake Country park is only a stones throw from the village providing a range of watersports and outdoor activities. The neighbouring market town of Liskeard is within 6 miles, providing a mainline railway station with direct links to Plymouth, London and beyond. Everyday town centre facilities include a retail park, supermarkets, leisure centre, community hospital and both primary and secondary schools. Also, the A38 dual carriageway is easily accessible with direct access to Plymouth, Devon and westbound further into Cornwall

Ground Floor -

Reception Porch - uPVC partially obscured double glazed door, front aspect window, coat hooks and tiled floor for ease of cleaning. A further obscured double glazed door opens to the living accommodation

Sitting Room - Front aspect window with window seat, Cornish stone fireplace and chimney breast with raised slate hearth. A wide doorway opens to the dining room

Dining Room - A good sized reception room with stairs rising to the first floor accommodation and under stairs storage area

Kitchen - Overlooking the rear garden and bathed in light, with tile effect vinyl flooring, chiefly tiled walls and Oak finish suite comprising matching base, wall and drawer units, including glass display cabinets and display shelf, complemented by roll edged working surfaces with inset stainless steel single drainer sink unit and mixer tap, island and breakfast bar. There are numerous appliance spaces with plumbing available for washing machine, dishwasher and gas and electric cooker points

First Floor -

Half Landing - With fitted shelving and stairs rising to the main landing with loft access hatch and doors to first floor rooms

Bedroom One - A good sized master bedroom enjoying morning sun and overlooking the rear garden

Bedroom Two - Front aspect window with window seat

Bedroom Three - Front aspect window with window seat and built in linen cupboard with slatted shelves

Bathroom - Vinyl tile effect flooring, aqua boarding to walls and a white suite comprising panelled bath with Mira 'Combiforce' mains mixer shower and glazed screen, vanity unit with inset wash basin and WC

Outside - The property is approached from the road onto a concrete driveway which will accommodate up to two vehicles. A pathway leads through a covered passageway giving access to the rear garden via a wooden gate. This is a lovely, fully enclosed rear garden which is safe and secure for children and pets featuring level lawn and display beds featuring a range of shrubs and perennials in an array of colour including palm trees. There is a terraced area laid to stone chippings providing an ideal space for outdoor living with access to a storage shed. Enjoying a south easterly aspect, the sunny garden enjoys sun from morning and throughout the day, extending to over 100 feet in length

Services - Mains, electricity, water, gas and drainage

Council Tax Band - B

Epc Rating - D

Directions - From Liskeard proceed along Greenbank Road (B3254) and at the next mini roundabout take the first exit onto the St Cleer Road. Continue for approximately 3 miles and take the first right turn signposted Pensilva. After 1/2 a mile bear right onto Jubilee Road and continue onto Fore St. After a short distance bear left onto Church Hill and the property can be seen on the right, identified by the Parkes & Pearn For Sale sign


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