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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Ridgegrove Lane, Launceston

Sold STC £425,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Immaculate, detached house
  • Four bedroom, split level accomodation
  • Gracious, open plan living/kitchen area
  • Suntrap terrace balcony
  • South facing plot with views of Launceston Castle
  • Potential for ground floor annex
  • Off road parking and double garage
  • Private rear gardens
  • EPC: B

Full description

Immaculately presented, individual detached property. Open plan first floor sitting room and kitchen . Split level, four bedroom accommodation. Sun soaked terrace balcony with outstanding views of Launceston castle. Generous, south facing plot. Potential for ground floor, self contained, one bedroom annex. Off road parking for several vehicles and double garage. Private courtyard terrace and rear garden. EPC: B

Constructed in 2013, Avalenn is a four bedroom, split level, detached house, set in a generous, south facing plot. To the rear is private courtyard terrace, with an elevated lawn & orchard .

The property is all round very good condition and presented immaculately.  There is mains gas and underfloor heating throughout the property.  Fully double glazed, with solar panels for hot water on the roof.  Insulated to a high standard and LED lighting throughout. 

The layout of the property lends the potential for a self contained annex on the ground floor, with bedroom, shower room and kitchen. Additional accommodation could be provided by the integral garage. 

The property is situated on Ridgegrove Lane, with outstanding, unobstructed views of Launceston Castle and the surrounding old town. Close at hand are a convenience shop, public house and food supermarket. Near by is the pretty St Thomas Church, beside the River Kensey, with St Stephen’s Primary Academy and St Joseph’s independent school within walking distance. 

Approximately 1 mile from the property are the social, commercial and shopping facilities of Launceston town centre.  Launceston sits astride the A30 dual carriageway, which provides good 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 and 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.


Spacious entrance hall with Karndean flooring, doors to all ground floor rooms, stair case to first floor. Large coat cupboard. 

Range of base and wall units with tiled splashbacks. Integral electric hob and double oven/grill. Large airing cupboard containing hot 
water cylinder. 

South facing double bedroom with views of Launceston Castle.  Fitted book shelving along one wall. 

Fully tiled walls and floors. Large, glazed shower enclosure. Wash hand basin and low level WC set in vanity unit with mirror above. Heated towel rail and extractor fan. 

Electric up and over door. Access door to rear. Lighting and power connected. 

Wide, open landing with doors to all first floor rooms.   Large airing cupboard. 

Gracious reception room with stunning views of Launceston Castle. Glazed bi-folding doors lead out onto a sun soaked balcony terrace. An open archway leads to:

Base and wall units with integral, stainless steel sink and mixer tap. Built in Siemens appliances including; dishwasher, induction hob and double electric ovens with warming drawers. Floor to ceiling window to front with views across the Kensey valley. Door to:-
Range of wall and base unit with two large larder cupboards to one side. Stainless steel sink with mixer tap. Spaces for washing machine & tumble drier. Door to rear terrace. 

Spacious master bedroom with window to the front with views of Launceston Castle. Two large built in Oak wardrobes with sliding doors. 

Fully tiled en-suite with large shower enclosure. Vanity unit with two wash hand basins and low level WC.  Towel rail and extractor fan. 
Window to rear terrace courtyard. Built-in Oak wardrobe with 
sliding doors. 

Window to rear courtyard. Built-in Oak wardrobes with sliding doors. 

Fully tiled with suite of panel bath, separate glazed shower enclosure and vanity unit with wash hand basin and low level WC. Heated towel rail. Ceiling spot lights and extractor fan. 

The property is approached by a gently sloping tarmacadam driveway, providing parking for several vehicles. To one side is a pretty, elevated bed, planted with small shrubs and bushes.Directly to the rear is a private terrace courtyard with outside lighting. 

From the driveway, a side path leads up to an elevated walled  garden with family lawn, planted with several mature apple trees. From the garden there are further outstanding views across the Kensey Valley towards Launceston Castle. 

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
31 July 2017


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