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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Kensey Valley Meadow, Launceston

Sold STC £299,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Five bedroom, three reception detached house
  • Private sheltered garden
  • Tranquil Setting
  • Family bathroom plus two ensuites
  • uPVC double glazing
  • Gas central heating
  • Double garage
  • Excellent condition internally and externally
  • EPC: B

Full description

Superb detached modern family house. Three reception/five bedroom accommodation.Unique private and sheltered rear garden. Tranquil residential setting with convenient access to A30. Family bath/shower room shower room and two ensuites. Double glazing and gas central heating. 2 off road parking spaces and double garage.  Excellent all round condition internally and externally.  EPC Rating C

The property was built approximately fourteen years ago as part of a modern residential development.  Built over three floors, the property has uPVC double glazing and mains gas central heating.

Throughout the ground floor there is fitted ceramic floor tiling, with fitted carpets to the upper floors,  and vinyl where appropriate.  The property has a satellite dish and connections in the lounge, family room, kitchen and master bedroom.  The property is in good condition internally and externally, and can be moved into with the minimum of disturbance.

Kensey Valley Meadow is a residential development sitting within the sheltered Kensey Valley beside the ancient former capital of Cornwall, Launceston. The Kensey Valley is a tributary to the Tamar Valley on the Cornwall/Devon border.

The social, commercial and shopping facilities of the town centre are within easy walking distance.  The property has convenient access to the A30 dual carriageway spine road for Cornwall and Devon, making for easy travel westwards into Cornwall, and eastwards into Devon.  To the south of Launceston, Plymouth provides an inter-city rail link and continental ferry port.  To the east the Cathedral city of Exeter provides the M5 Motorway link, intercity rail link (Paddington just over two hours), and expanding international airport.

In all directions from Launceston there is scenery of outstanding natural beauty.  To the north is the rugged north Cornish coastline famed for  popular family surfing beaches ,and picturesque former fishing  villages.  To the west are the open expanses of Bodmin Moor, ideal for walking and riding.  To the east is Dartmoor National Park, and to the south are the hidden secrets of the Tamar Valley, steeped in 18th Century mining history, running out into Plymouth Sound with all its yachting facilities.



HALLWAY:  With glazed entrance door and stairs to first floor.

DINING ROOM:  Window to front and ceiling light cluster.

KITCHEN / BREAKFAST ROOM:  Triple casement frontage window, matching range of wall (part glass fronted) and floor cupboard units incorporating stainless steel sink and base unit, tall unit with double oven and microwave shelf over.  Integrated dishwasher.  Free standing Welsh Dresser (included).  Mains gas hob.

UTILITY :  Stainless steel sink in base unit with plumbing and space for automatic washing machine and tumble dryer.  Half glazed door to rear. Xpelair and ladder towel rail.

SHOWER  ROOM:  Shower cabinet with side jets.  Wash hand basin and vanity unit,  low level WC.  Understairs area and ladder towel rail.

FAMILY ROOM :  French sliding doors leading to private rear garden.


LOUNGE:  Generous dual aspect reception room with two ceiling light clusters.

BEDROOM FIVE:  Single room with frontage window.

BEDROOM ONE:  Triple casement frontage window.  TV aerial socket.  Double fitted   wardrobe.
 EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM:  With  tiled shower, wash hand basin and WC.  Rear window and mirror door cabinet.

LANDING:  Airing cupboard with lagged hot water cylinder.

FAMILY BATHROOM: Suite of shower, bath with hairspray fitment off mixer tap, WC and wash hand   basin.  Velux roof light.

Frontage window, hipped ceiling and built in wardrobe.

BEDROOM TWO:  Hipped ceiling and frontage  window.
 EN SUITE:  Tiled shower, wash hand basin and WC.  Mirrored door cabinet, towel rail, downlighter, Xpelair, shaver point.
BEDROOM FOUR:  Roof Velux window.


DOUBLE GARAGE:  Two up and over doors, fitted corner store and cupboards to one wall, rear service door,  downlighters and track    lighting. Part boarded loft space with light. 

Double width access drive providing off-road parking for 2 vehicles.

FRONT GARDEN:  At the front of the property is a railing enclosed easily maintained area with specimen shrubs and wood chip covering.  There is a generous width access between the house and the garage leading to the rear garden.

A unique feature of the property is the enclosed completely private sizeable rear garden which attracts sun throughout the day.  Part of the garden is  level with paved terracing and gravel chippings.  Here there is a greenhouse and water butt.  There are three outside lights.  Part of the garden is banked with planted specimen shrubs, and part is beautifully terraced with full height steps for easy access.  Within the garden there are feature    garden seats and pots, and these are included.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
28 July 2017


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