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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Dunheved Fields, Launceston

Sold STC £179,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Detached three bedroom house
  • Well positioned close to secondary school and doctors surgery
  • Suntrap rear garden
  • Two single garages
  • Enormous potential to enhance and extend
  • Only one previous owner / no onward chain
  • EPC: D

Full description

Well positioned detached, family house. Large suntrap rear garden and two single garages. Nicely elevated above and set back from the frontage road. Close to leisure centre, Launceston College, Launceston hospital and Health Centre. Mains gas available. Newly double glazed. Enormous potential to enhance and extend. Only one previous owner / no onward chain. EPC: D. 

Built in the mid to late 1960’s this detached house was one of a pair of detached houses set back from the frontage road and nicely elevated above same. The approach to the property is shared with neighbouring properties.

The property has recently been newly double glazed with uPVC replacement windows. There is quite obvious potential to the side and rear for extension of the property including possibly even a two storey extension.

The property comes to the market for the first time since construction.
 Dunheved Fields is just off Dunheved Road, within easy walking distance of the social, commercial and shopping facilities of Launceston town centre. Close at hand is the towns secondary school Launceston College and the towns main park with leisure centre including swimming pool and squash courts. Also close by is the towns cottage hospital, Medical Centre and Dunheved bowling club with Windmill Primary School a little further away but easily accessible.

In all directions from the town there is scenery of outstanding natural beauty, be it the rugged coastline famed for popular family surfing beaches and picturesque former fishing villages to the north, the open expanses of Bodmin Moor to the west  ideal for walking and riding, Dartmoor National Park  to the east and  running southwards to Plymouth Sound on the south coast the hidden secrets of the Tamar Valley steeped in 18th Century mining history and renowned for Salmon fishing. 

To the west and east of Launceston are two of the country’s prettiest cathedral town’s with Truro to the west (some 49 miles) and Exeter to the east some (44 miles).   At Exeter is an intercity rail link, M5   motorway link and international airport. South of Launceston is the city of Plymouth (28 miles) with Continental Ferry Port.   


Half glazed entrance door, stairs to first floor, night storage heater and side window.

WC, wash hand basin, radiator and light pull switch.

Full width with large south facing window. This is a light and airy family living room overlooking the rear garden and with side door leading to same. Feature reformite open fireplace with timber mantel. Two night storage heaters and TV aerial point.

Dual aspect  with side door, the kitchen has a light and airy atmosphere particularly in the mornings. Cork effect lino floor tiles, stainless sink in base unit and formica worktops with under cupboards. Plumbing for automatic washing machine. Fitted ventilated larder / storage cupboard. 


Stairs rise to the first floor lit by large landing window. Loft access, shelved recess and airing cupboard off with ample linen racking.

Large south facing window overlooking rear garden. Radiator. Fitted  wardrobe.  T.V. aerial point. 

Also with large south facing window to rear. Fitted wardrobe.

West facing window with pleasing aspect and wall mounted electric heater.

Suite of  bath, wash hand basin and WC. Instant shower fitment over bath, shower panelling and side screen. Wall mounted electric heater, mirror door cabinet, ladder towel rail and light pull switch.

At the front of the property is a shared access driveway approach to;

GARAGE  4.82 x 2.63m
With up and over door, side window and rear service door. Electric light and power. 

SECOND GARAGE 4.75 x 2.53m (one of a block of three)

There is access on either side of the property to the side and rear. 

SIDE TERRACE 4.27 x 3.35m
Walled, sheltered suntrap afternoon and evening area ideal for sitting out.  Outside tap. 

Approximately 60 ft. deep by 40 ft. with the  gentlest of slopes this is a sunny, south facing area which backs onto the A30 dual carriageway, flanked by mature ornamental trees and shrubs.

The layout of the property and generous plot size lends itself to rearrangement and enlargement of the ground floor accommodation possibly with additional space provided for the upper floors such as en-suite bathroom etc.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
11 May 2016


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