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6 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Trecarn Close, Launceston

Withdrawn from Market £414,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Pair of three bedroom, semi detached houses
  • Both well presented
  • Level, low maintenance plot
  • Quiet cul-de-sac location
  • Within walking distance of town centre
  • Convenience shop and schools close by
  • Convenient access to A30
  • uPVC double glazed and mains gas
  • EPCs: C & G

Full description

Pair of well presented three bedroom, semi-detached houses. Situated on a tranquil favoured cul-de-sac. Occupying sunny, level plots with easily managed gardens. Generous off road parking and garaging. Convenient access to A30 dual carriageway. Within walking distance of the town centre. Convenience shop, primary and secondary schools close by. Mains gas and uPVC double glazing. EPCs: C & G. 

5 & 6 Trecarn close area pair of semi-detached, houses. Both properties are three bedroom, with no.5 having been extended to provide a  garage and master bedroom suite with dressing room and ensuite shower room and a garden room at the rear of the house. 

The properties occupy sunny level plots, mid-way along the cul-de-sac and are both in very good condition internally and externally. 

Trecarn Close is a quiet, residential cul-de-sac, situated within Meadowside. The  social, commercial and shopping facilities of the town centre are within easy walking distance. Closer at hand is a convenience store / filling station and St Catherine’s Primary Academy. Within a short driving distance is access to the A30 providing a good balance of travel distance to all parts of Cornwall and Devon.

In all directions from Launceston 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 is Dartmoor National park and running south from Launceston to Plymouth is 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 (42 miles) provides mainline railway station, M5 motorway link and International Airport. To the south Plymouth (26 miles) provides Continental Ferry port and Inter City Rail Link.



Door in to:-

Bright reception room with window to front garden. Modern glass fronted gas fire. Sliding double doors to kitchen and staircase to first floor. 

To one end is a spacious dining area with illuminated display cabinets with cupboard space below. Kitchen comprising a range of wall and base units. Integral fridge and freezer, electric hob with extractor fan and electric oven. Open doorway to:-

Dual aspect with windows and French doors to rear porch and   garden, attracting the afternoon and evening sun. 

Landing with loft access hatch. 

Accessed from the landing via the dressing room, with window to front and fitted wardrobe. The bedroom has a window to the front overlooking the garden. To the rear are two fitted wardrobes and door to:-
Fully tiled with glazed, double shower enclosure, low level WC and wash hand basin. Window to rear.

Window to front overlooking garden. Fitted wardrobes with sliding doors. Airing cupboard with radiator. 

Double bedroom with window to rear overlooking garden. 

Fully tiled walls and flooring. Glazed shower enclosure, wash hand basin and low level WC. 

To the front is sunny lawn, bordered by low brick walls. To the side is a wide gravel driveway, providing parking for one / two vehicles leading to:-

Spacious single garage with lighting and power connected. Plumbing point for washing machine. Window and access door to the rear. There is scope to create a utility room at the rear of the garage, whilst still providing space for a vehicle in the garage. 

To the rear of the property is a pretty, suntrap garden, laid mainly to paving with a timber decking area to one side. Timber garden shed. 


Door in to:-

Spacious sitting room with window to front garden. To one side is a former gas fireplace. This is currently closed up however mains gas is still connected. Open archway to kitchen/dining room and staircase to first floor. 

Range of wall and base units with integral fridge and freezer. Fully tiled walls in kitchen area. Spaces for dishwasher, washing machine and electric cooker. Windows and door to rear garden. 

Landing with loft access hatch. Window to side over staircase. 

Window to front overlooking a garden. Built in wardrobes to one side. Airing cupboard with hot water cylinder. 

Double bedroom with window to rear garden. 

Window to front overlooking garden. 

Fully tiled walls with vinyl flooring. Glazed shower enclosure with electric shower, wash hand basin and low level WC. Electric heated towel rail. 

To the of the property is a level, cobble paved garden,  with planted bed and low brick boundary walls. 

At the side of the house is a tarmacadam driveway, with space to park two/three vehicles in tandem. There is scope to construct a garage extension, potentially with second storey, subject to obtaining necessary planning consents. The driveway leads to:

GARAGE  5.4m x 2.75m (17’ 1” x 9’ 8”)
Of aluminium frame construction, light and power connected. 

Directly to the rear of the house is a sunny, cobbled paved patio area. 

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
03 August 2017

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