2 bedroom detached house for saleTrewint, Launceston
- Detached two bedroom cottage
- Grade II Listed
- Close to A30 dual carriageway
- Hamlet location on edge of Bodmin Moor
- Level garden
- Off road parking for three vehicles
- Oil fired central heating
- NO ONWARD CHAIN
Detached traditional (Grade II Listed) cottage with great character. Located close to the A30 dual carriageway. Situated on the Eastern edge of Bodmin Moor. Favoured hamlet beside village with good food pub and primary school. Potential for South facing conservatory. Level garden and off road parking for 3 cars. Oil fired central heating. NO ONWARD CHAIN.
Treebeard Cottage is a two bedroom detached, Grade II listed cottage, dating back to the 18th Century. Beside the cottage is a level, walled garden, with off road parking for 2-3 vehicles located on the opposite side of the road to the property.
The property has undergone extensive renovation and has been discerningly decorated throughout, whilst retaining character features. Oil fired central heating.
The property is situated in the hamlet of Trewint alongside the A30 dual carriageway spine road for Cornwall on the eastern fringe of Bodmin Moor.
In all directions from the property there is scenery of outstanding natural beauty. Close by are the wild open spaces of Bodmin Moor, ideal for walking and riding. To the north is the rugged Cornish coast famed for National Trust cliff scenery and quaint former fishing villages. To the east Dartmoor National park and running south from Launceston to Plymouth the hidden Tamar Valley steeped in 18th century mining history and known for salmon fishing.
Easy travel in all directions is facilitated by the A30 dual carriageway. To the west the pretty Cathedral town of Truro provides specialist shopping and to the east the city of Exeter (50 miles) provides Intercity Rai Link, M5 motorway link and International Airport. To the south Plymouth (33 miles) provides Continental Ferry port and Intercity Rail Link.
Enclosed porch with windows to either side, uPVC stable door.
Dual aspect with character features including slate flagstone floor, exposed beams and feature fireplace. Staircase to first floor and archway to:-
Dual aspect sitting room. Exposed beams, timber lintels, large feature stone fireplace with multi-fuel stove. Door to rear lobby and open doorway to:-
Bright and airy kitchen with matching base and wall units. Belfast sink with mixer tap. Large ladder cupboard. Space for cooker and fridge.
Rear hallway with doors to utility room/pantry, bathroom and garden room. Cupboard containing oil fired boiler (installed December 2016).
Plumbing for washing machine, wall mounted shelving and Velux roof light.
Matching suite of panel bath with shower over, low level WC and pedestal sink. Tiled flooring and panelled walls. Shaver point, heated towel rail and separate radiator. Velux roof light.
Slate effect tiled flooring. Fully glazed roof and uPVC door out to garden.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Large, dual aspect master bedroom. Built-in storage either side of the chimney breast and exposed beam ceiling.
Double bedroom with window to the front. Exposed ceiling beams and built-in storage either side of the chimney breast.
To the side of the property is a level garden with traditional granite stone walls. The garden is laid mainly to lawn with two small areas of patio. At the end of the garden are three sheds, one timber and two metal. Oil storage tank. Gateway to front road.
Situated opposite the house is a gravel off road parking area for two/three vehicles. Timber storage shed.
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