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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Tavistock Road, Launceston

Withdrawn from Market £299,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Fine individual town house
  • Two reception / Three bedroom
  • Favoured situation
  • Level walk to town centre
  • Stunning views from all rooms of Kensey Valley
  • EPC: C

Full description

Fine two reception / three bedroom individual town house. Favoured situation. Level walk to town centre. Stunning views from all rooms of Kensey Valley and beyond. Set away from frontage road in well stocked mature gardens. Garage and workshop, greenhouse and garden shed. In excellent all round condition. Mains gas central heating / cooking and uPVC double glazing. EPC: C

Trebekem is an individual town house cleverly designed to optimise the wonderful views and aspect from the property such that all rooms enjoy the captivating rolling farmland and valley views. The property has uPVC double glazing and gas central heating / cooking and is in good repair and decorative order throughout. The property has a superb conservatory extension at the rear and is well fitted with carpet and vinyl floor coverings which are included together with all light fittings and curtain tracks. 
 Trebeckem is beside the favoured residential street of Tavistock Road with wonderful views of the Kensey and Tamar Valley’s with Dartmoor beyond.   The house backs onto pasture farmland. 

The social, commercial and shopping facilities of the town centre are within level walking distance as is Tesco food supermarket, Launceston College and Coronation Park including Leisure Centre with swimming pool. 

From the property there is ease of access to the A30 dual carriageway spine road for Cornwall and Devon providing a good balance of travel distance to all parts of the two counties.   To the east, the city of Exeter is within 42 miles via continuous dual carriageway providing International Airport, Intercity Rail Link and M5 Motorway Link. 

To the south the city of Plymouth (28 miles) provides Continental Ferry Port.   

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 beaches and quaint former fishing villages. To the west are the wild open spaces of Bodmin Moor ideal for walking and riding and to the east is Dartmoor National Park. Running south from Launceston, the Tamar renowned for Salmon fishing empties out into Plymouth Sound with all its yachting facilities. 


Stairs to first floor incorporating under stair cupboard and cloak rail.  

Generous family through living room with large window to front and sliding patio double doors opening to conservatory at rear.   Feature mains gas Living Flame fire in tiled hearth flanked by fitted shelving on either side.  

Triple aspect low sill glazed walls, the conservatory has a wonderful ambience and views of the surrounding countryside. Polycarbonate roof, double doors to rear garden. Radiator, ceiling light and fan.  

Good size picture window enjoying the view and former hatch to kitchen. 

Wall and floor cupboards with inset sink in generous worktop in front of picture window enjoying view. Areas of ceramic tiled splash back.  Gas hob, ceiling directional spotlights on track.  Shelved  walk-in larder with electric light. Gas fired boiler.   Laminate wood effect flooring. 

Half glazed door to front with side window and half glazed door to rear garden.  Stainless steel sink in base unit, area of worktop, Expel Air and cloak hanging area.  Plumbing for automatic washing machine, translucent roofing and fitted vinyl flooring. 

Suite of wash hand basin, W.C. and shower against fully tiled walls with quarry tiled flooring and Pine panelling features.  Radiator, expel air and light pull switch. 

Easy going stairs in two flights rise to landing lit by frontage window.   Loft access with ladder, electric light and power.  Airing cupboard with hot water cylinder and linen shelving.    

Suite of bath with shower fitment over, wash hand basin in vanity unit against tiled walls, extractor, fitted vinyl flooring and light pull switch. 

Wonderful view.  Fitted wardrobe with shelving to one side.  

Also with the view, wardrobe and dressing table recess with high level cupboard over.  

Superb through room with large windows to front and rear. Contemporary wash hand basin in vanity unit with large mirror and integrated drawers.   Louvre door fitted wardrobe and  dressing table with drawers on either side.   Over bed head reading light. 


Fronting private access drive with remote controlled up and over garage door.  Electric light and power.   Shelving. 

With entrance timber double doors, side window.  Electric light and power.

Between the garage and workshop is a useful hard surfaced yard area with outside water tap. 

The front garden is well planted with mature shrubs and  ornamentals.  Motion activated outside light. 

A path leads around to the rear garden which is completely private and a real retreat with an away from it all atmosphere.  Immediately at the rear of the property is a decking area with motion activated external light.  There is well planted mature shrubs and stone wall garden boundary backing onto farmland.   

Timber garden shed.  Aluminium framed greenhouse. Plastic garden store box. Outdoor electric point. 

Please Note: On the roof of the property is an array of photovoltaic panels, attracting an annual income of approximately £1,000. 

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
17 October 2017


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