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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Woburn Road, Launceston

Sold STC £300,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Four bedroom, two reception, detached house
  • Large sunny plot
  • Generous, level gardens
  • Elegantly fitted and finished
  • Spacious layout, suitable for twin generation living
  • Convenient to A30, town centre and schools
  • Off road parking for several vehicles & garage
  • EPC: E

Full description

Individual, four bedroom detached house. Large, level gardens and family lawn. Spacious layout with scope for twin generation living. Elegantly fitted and finished. Convenient to town centre and schools. Easy access to A30 dual carriageway. Off road parking for several vehicles and single garage. EPC: E

22 Woburn Road is a spacious, four bedroom detached house. The property sits in a generous, sunny, level plot, with off road parking and garaging. The layout of the house lends itself to twin generation living, with a bedroom and potential second sitting room on the ground floor.

The property is finished and fitted to a high standard with mains gas central heating and uPVC double glazing. 
 Woburn Road is a favoured residential area of Launceston. Nearby is a convenience store & petrol filling station, with primary and secondary schools also convenient. Within easy walking distance are the social, commercial and shopping facilities of Launceston town centre. 

The property has easy access to the A30 dual carriageway, which provides a easy travel to all parts of Devon and Cornwall.  East of Launceston Exeter (some 42 miles) provides intercity rail link, international airport and M5 motorway link.  To the south of Launceston Plymouth (28 miles) provides continental ferry port and intercity rail link.  

In all directions from Launceston there is unspoilt countryside of outstanding natural beauty.  To the north is the rugged North Cornish coast famed for popular family surfing beaches.  To the west are the open spaces of Bodmin Moor ideal for walking and riding.  To the east is Dartmoor National Park and to the south the hidden treasures of the Tamar Valley steeped in 17th / 18th century mining history.


Tiled floor, multi paned door to:-

Bright reception hallway. Door to sitting room and staircase to first floor. Tiled floor. 

Partially tiled with low level W.C. and corner wash hand basin. Tiled floor. 

Spacious, open plan sitting / dining room. Feature stone fireplace with wood burner to sitting room with oak flooring. Gas fired Aga range. Double doors to conservatory. 

Range of wall and base units with full height larder cupboard, Corian work surfaces and upstands. Integral appliances including fridge freezer, electric oven, induction hob with extractor fan, dishwasher and microwave. Space for washing machine. Storage cupboard with gas fired central heating boiler. Window overlooking garden. Side door. Laminate flooring.

Superb second reception room. Laminate flooring. Dual aspect, with uPVC French doors to the garden. 

Front window. Potential to create a ground floor annex with the garden room. Laminate flooring. 

uPVC and red brick construction with tiled roof. Views over rear garden. Laminate floor. 

Loft access hatch and storage cupboard. Stripped wooden floorboards.

A lovely dual aspect double bedroom enjoying morning sun. Built-in double wardrobe. Stripped wooden floorboards.

Dual aspect double bedroom with built in double wardrobe. Stripped wooden floorboards. 

Window overlooking the garden, two built in wardrobes. Stripped wooden floorboards.

Fully tiled with suite of glazed shower enclosure, wash hand basin set in vanity unit and low level WC. Ceiling spotlights and extractor fan. 

GARAGE 16’ 4” x 9’ 1” max. (4.98m x 2.77m max.)
Up and over door, service door and window to the rear elevation. Adjoined by the neighbouring garage. 

To the front of the property is a generous, level brick paved driveway and parking area. Space for three/four vehicles. Enclosed by metal railings.  

To the rear is a generous, private garden, with suntrap terrace wrapping around the conservatory. Beyond is a level family lawn, with a former         vegetable garden to one side, planted with a range of mature shrubs, bushes and trees, including blackcurrant, apple and plum. 

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
24 June 2017


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