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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Attery View, Yeolmbridge, Launceston

Sold STC £279,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Detached four bedroom family home
  • Situated on a quiet cul-de-sac
  • Located in the pretty village of Yeolmbridge
  • Huge potential for enhancement/extension
  • Off road parking and integral garage
  • EPC: D

Full description

Four bedroom, detached family home. Large south facing plot on a quiet cul-de-sac. Located in the pretty rural village of Yeolmbridge. Lovely rural setting within convenient distance of Launceston. Huge potential scope for enhancement/extension of the property. Off road parking and integral garage. Well wooded views of the Ottery Valley. EPC: D.

11 Attery View is a  spacious, four bedroom detached house, situated on a quiet cul-de-sac. The house sits within a large plot, with gardens to the front and rear. The property has fantastic potential and is a spacious family home. The property benefits from double glazing and oil fired central heating. 

Attery View is located in the pretty and sheltered village of Yeolmbridge, on the banks of the river Ottery.  Within 1 mile is the village of Ladycross with village hall and Werrington Primary Academy. 

To the south is the former market town of Launceston (2 miles). The town provides full social, commercial and shopping facilities. Launceston sits on the A30 dual carriageway spineroad for Cornwall and Devon and provides a good balance of travel distance to all parts of the two counties.

Beyond Launceston the city of Exeter (a further 42 miles) provides Intercity Rail Link, International Airport, and M5 Motorway link.

In all directions from Yeolmbridge there is scenery of Outstanding Natural Beauty. To the east, the wild open spaces of Dartmoor National Park, running south towards Plymouth are the hidden treasures of the Tamar Valley steeped in 18th century mining history and re-knowned for salmon fishing.  To the south west is Bodmin Moor ideal for walking and riding and to the north the rugged North Cornish and North Devon coastlines with surfing beaches and quaint former fishing villages.
Approached from the driveway through a uPVC door to:

Composite wood door to:

Spacious hallway with doors to lounge, utility room, office and WC. Understairs cupboard and stair case to first floor

Dual aspect lounge area with windows to the front and side. Decorative stone fireplace with fomer open fire. Open arch way to dining room area with sliding doors out to garden. Door through to:-

Matching range of wall and base units with roll top work surfaces. Composite 1 1/2 sink with mixer tap. Built in electric double oven and four ring hob. Dual aspect with windows to side and rear garden. Open archway to:-

Base unit with roll top work surface. Stainless steel sink. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Door out to rear garden. 

Home office with window to rear garden. 

Low level WC and wash hand basin. 


Dual aspect master bedroom, built in wardrobes with sliding doors. Door to:-

Matching suite of glazed shower enclosure, pedestal sink, low level WC and bidet. Obscure glazed        window to side. 

Spacious double bedroom. Large built in wardrobes with sliding doors. Window overlooking rear garden. 

Double bedroom with window out to front garden. Built in storage cupboard. 

Window to rear overlooking garden. Built in storage cupboard. Head height at one end due to sloping roof line. 

To the front is a tarmacadam driveway, providing parking for restricted two vehicles. On the left of the house is an expansive area of lawn, bordered on two sides by mature conifer hedges. 

Spacious garage. Powered up and over garage door. Lighting and power. Door to rear garden. 

To the rear of the house is a spacious pleasant garden, with a large patio area and gracious level lawn. Wooden garden shed. Oil storage tank. 

The property has an extended curtilage with generous road frontage. Two planning applications for consent for an additional dwelling within the curtilage, numbers 2002/1723 and 2003/01225, were rejected. 

The property is subject to a covenant restricting buildings erected on the plot to be utilised as a single private outbuilding belonging thereto. 

The site offers potential for development of additional garaging / workshop. Whether annexe accommodation over could be incorporated is a matter for prospective purchasers to seek independent advice on. Regardless, the extended curtilage offers tremendous scope for creating a truly lovely south facing family garden, with all the usual domestic out buildings such as greenhouse, summerhouse, garden sheds etc.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
13 July 2016


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