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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Tavistock Road, Launceston

Offers in Excess of £275,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Beside town and country
  • Split level detached house with three/four bedroom accomodation
  • Ideal for two generation occupation
  • Level walking distance of the town
  • Set back from the road on a private lane
  • Outstanding views of Tamar Valley and Dartmoor
  • uPVC double glazing and mains gas central heating
  • Workshop space with views
  • EPC: D

Full description

UNBEATABLE VALUE - NEED TO SELL FOR URGENT PERSONAL REASONS (NO ONWARD CHAIN). Three/four bedroom, split level detached property, fitted and finished to a high standard, ideal for twin generation occupation. Scope for annexe on lower ground floor. Privately located away from road, in mature gardens, with stunning views across the Tamar valley with Dartmoor on the horizon.Convenient access to A30 dual carriageway. Mains gas central heating and uPVC double glazing. Great workshop space with view. EPC: D

Garfield occupies a wonderful position, set away from the road, in a gently sloping plot. From the rear are unobstructed, stunning views of rolling countryside with Dartmoor in the distance.

The property is a generously proportioned three/four bedroom, split level house. To the front of the house is a gated courtyard, providing parking for two/three vehicles. At the rear is a  private garden, laid mainly to lawn, again with fantastic views towards Dartmoor. There is scope for a self contained, one bedroom annex on the lower ground floor, with either separate access from the side of the property or via a stairlift internally. 

The property is in very good condition internally and externally,  with uPVC double glazing and facias (soffits, facias and  rainwater goods replaced in 2016). 
 The property is situated off Tavistock Road, and enjoys fantastic views of rolling countryside and Dartmoor beyond. 

Within a level, 1/2 mile walking distance are the social, commercial and shopping facilities of Launceston town centre.  Closer at hand is Launceston College, Tesco supermarket and Launceston Retail park. 

Launceston sits astride the A30 dual carriageway, providing excellent road links through Cornwall and Devon. To the east, Exeter (42 miles) provides intercity rail link, M5 motorway link and international airport.  To the south, Plymouth (28 miles) provides continental ferry port and intercity rail link.    

In all directions from Launceston 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 or 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.


Open storm porch.

Spacious reception hallway with doors to all principal ground floor rooms. 

Reception room with `wonderful view via picture window at the rear overlooking the garden.  

Fantastic entertaining space and views of countryside. French doors to elevated balcony. Range of wall and base units, with matching island unit. Integral electric double oven and grill, electric hob with extractor fan over and dishwasher.

Wall units and work surface to one side with space underneath for washing machine, tumble drier and fridge/freezer. Large pantry cupboard. Windows to side and rear. Staircase with stairlift down to lower ground floor. Door to WC.

Low level WC and wash hand basin. Window to side. 

Double bedroom with window to front. Fitted wardrobes withmirrored sliding doors. 

Window to front courtyard. Fitted wardrobes with mirrored doors. 

Large glazed shower enclosure, wash hand basin and low level WC. Window to side. Heated towel rail, fitted vanity unit and extractor fan. Loft access hatch and ladder to part boarded loft. 


Accessed either by a set of steps to the side of the house or from the ground floor utility room, comprising:-

French doors to the rear garden with views of farmland  beyond. 

Run of base and wall units to one side with stainless steel sink and mixer tap. Fully glazed door to rear garden. 

Spacious double bedroom with window to the rear garden. 

Staircase to upper ground floor and door to bathroom. 

Suite of p-shape bath with shower over and glazed screen, wash hand basin in vanity unit, and low level WC. Fully tiled walls. Extractor fan. 

The property is approached from the Tavistock Road via a private lane. At the front of the house is a walled courtyard with wooden gates, providing parking for two/three vehicles. To one side is a small timber shed. 

Former single garage with uPVC window and door to front. Electricity and water connected. Window to side with a great “view while you work”. 

A sloping concrete ramp leads down to a paved terrace area, with paths to either side of the house. 

At the rear of the house is a private terrace, partially covered by the balcony. Beyond this is a gently sloping lawn, with a pretty gravel seating area in the middle, leading to a vegetable garden, planted with a range of fruit bushes and trees, and raised beds. 

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
17 August 2017


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