3 bedroom terraced house for saleBabis Farm Way, Saltash
- Ideal Family Terrace Home
- Light and Airy Lounge
- Stunning Views
- Front & Rear Gardens
- Early Viewing Essential
- Modern Kitchen / Diner
- Three Good Sized Bedrooms
- Separate Utility Room
- G.C.H & UPVC Double Glazing
- EPC = D67 D67
Cross Keys Estates are pleased to present this mid-terraced family home is situated in a residential location close to local schools, parks and shops. The accommodation is well proportioned and comprises an entrance hallway, utility area, modern fitted kitchen with square archway into the dining area, separate lounge with lovely views, two double bedrooms and a good sized single bedroom, family bathroom and enclosed tired rear garden. This property benefits from gas central heating and UPVC double glazing. An ideal first time buyer property or buy to let investment. Viewing's are highly recommended
Saltash - Saltash is a town and civil parish in southeast Cornwall, England, UK. It has a population of 14,964, which rose to 16,184 at the 2011 census. It lies in the south east of Cornwall, facing Plymouth over the River Tamar. It was in the Caradon district until March 2009 and is known as "the Gateway to Cornwall". Saltash means ash tree by the salt mill. Saltash is the largest town within the East Cornwall area and is one of the largest in Cornwall.
Saltash is the location of Isambard Kingdom Brunel's Royal Albert Bridge, opened by HRH Prince Albert on 2 May 1859. It takes the railway line across the River Tamar. Alongside it is the Tamar Bridge, a toll bridge carrying the A38 trunk road, which in 2001 became the first suspension bridge to be widened whilst remaining open to traffic.
Saltash railway station is close to the town centre. It was hoped that the empty buildings could be restored as a visitor centre for the bridge, but they have instead been purchased by a property developer. The station is served by a regular train service, with some direct High Speed services to and from London Paddington
Cornwall - Cornwall or Kernow, is bordered to the north and west by the Celtic Sea, to the south by the English Channel, and to the east by the county of Devon, over the River Tamar. Cornwall has a population of 536,000 and covers an area of 3,563 km2 (1,376 sq mi).The administrative centre, and only city in Cornwall, is Truro, although the town of Falmouth has the largest population for a civil parish and the conurbation of Camborne, Pool and Redruth has the highest total population.
Cornwall forms the westernmost part of the south-west peninsula of Great Britain, Historically tin mining was important in the Cornish economy, becoming increasingly significant during the High Middle Ages and expanding greatly during the 19th century when rich copper mines were also in production. In the mid-19th century. Subsequently, china clay extraction became more important and metal mining had virtually ended by the 1990s. Traditionally, fishing (particularly of pilchards) and agriculture (notably dairy products and vegetables) were the other important sectors of the economy. Railways led to a growth of tourism in the 20th century; however, Cornwall's economy struggled after the decline of the mining and fishing industries. The area is noted for its wild moorland landscapes, its long and varied coastline, its attractive villages, its many place-names derived from the Cornish language, and its very mild climate. Extensive stretches of Cornwall's coastline, and Bodmin Moor, are protected as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Cornwall is the homeland of the Cornish people and is recognised as one of the Celtic nations, retaining a distinct cultural identity that reflects its history. Some people question the present constitutional status of Cornwall, and a nationalist movement seeks greater autonomy within the United Kingdom in the form of a devolved legislative Cornish Assembly. On 24 April 2014 it was announced that Cornish people will be granted minority status under the European Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities.
Rooms - Sitting Room - 3.18m x 3.44m (10'5 x 11'3)
Dining Room - 2.65m x 3.18m (8'8 x 10'5)
Kitchen - 2.65m x 3.35m (8'8 x 11'0)
Utility Area - 1.39m x 2.01m (4'7 x 6'7)
Master Bedroom - 2.90m x 4.24m (9'6 x 13'11)
Bedroom 2 - 2.93m x 3.37m (9'7 x 11'1)
Bedroom 3 - 2.65m x 2.29m 98'8 x 7'6)
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