1 bedroom detached house for salePrimrose Way, Trevadlock Hall Park, Launceston
- One Bedroom Detached Park Home
- Over 55's Only Retirement Site
- Off Street Parking & Garage
- Private Gardens
- No Onward Chain
- EPC: N/A
One Bedroom Detached Park Home
Over 55's Only Retirement Site
Off Street Parking & Garage
No Onward Chain
Trevadlock Hall Park is situated just six miles from the thriving country town of Launceston. The park itself enjoys breathtaking views over the spectacular Bodmin Moor and surrounding countryside. The local village of Lewannick has a busy Post Office, shop, Doctor's surgery, public house, village hall and country church.
The Park covers approximately 7 acres and the majority of the homes have generous plots. There is a daily bus service into Launceston and the fishmonger and mobile library both call in to the park on a regular basis.
Paved pathway leads to front entrance door with nearby picket fence and flower borders. To the rear of the property is an enclosed garden with a small lawned area, two paved patios and an attractive flowerbed. Outside water tap. Greenhouse.
Mains electricity. Private drainage. Site metered gas and water.
We understand the property benefits from 'thermo' wall cladding which has a 15 year guarantee (commenced 2010) and uPVC soffits, fascia boards and rain water goods. The property is subject to a restrictive covenant limiting ownership to those over 55 years of age. The vendor has advised there is a site fee of £122pcm which includes the general upkeep and maintenance of roads, site owned gardens, gas tanks, drainage and various other site owned contributions.
8'5" x 3'3"
Radiator. Central ceiling light. Fitted carpet. Electric panel heater. Access to loft via hatch. Further internal door to built-in cloaks cupboard.
14'4" x 11'1"
Front aspect with a PVCu double glazed bay window and a sliding patio door leading through to the conservatory. Fitted carpet. Radiator. Central ceiling light. BT telephone point. Television socket. Found to one side of the reception room is an electric fire housed in a wooden fire surround and imitation stone hearth.
7'1" x 6'5"
(Max) A side aspect conservatory with views over nearby properties towards Bodmin Moor beyond. The conservatory is PVCu double glazed beneath a polycarbonate roof. Radiator. Fitted carpet. Wall lights.
Kitchen / Dining Room
13'4" x 8'
Dual aspect room with a side aspect uPVC double glazed bay window in addition to a rear aspect double glazed window overlooking the garden area. A range of wall and base level units beneath a roll edge worktop incorporating sink unit. Integrated appliances include a 4 ring electric hob with electric oven and grill below and extractor above. Space and plumbing for further appliances. Further space for tall standing fridge/freezer. To one side of the kitchen area is a 'Worcester' combination gas boiler providing the property with domestic heating and hot water and ample space as breakfast/dining area. Further door provides access to:
7'4" x 5'6"
(Narrowing to 1.45m x 1.3m) Front aspect with an opaque PVCu double glazed window. Suite comprising of low level WC, panel enclosed bath with shower unit over, wash hand basin with storage below. Radiator. Central ceiling light.
The property is approached through metal gates providing access to a gravelled driveway providing off-road parking for 1-2 vehicles. Leading from the driveway is the:
17'3" x 8'3"
The garage is found under a tiled roof accessed through a metal up and over door with a rear aspect pedestrian door leading to the garden. To the side of the garage is an attractive flower border.
5'11" x 2'10"
PVCu double glazed construction beneath a polycarbonate roof. The side porch enjoys views over the adjoining garden. Further PVCu double glazed door leads from the side porch to the rear garden.
9'10" x 8'11"
Rear aspect double bedroom with PVCu double glazed window overlooking the rear garden. Fitted carpet. Radiator. Central ceiling light. Found to one side of the bedroom are doors accessing an array of built-in wardrobes. BT telephone point.
Trevadlock is a hamlet south of the popular village of Lewannick in East Cornwall. The village benefits from a range of amenities including Post Office/general store, public house, local primary school, GP surgery, 13th century parish church of St Martin and village hall. The village is conveniently positioned one mile from the A30 trunk road providing easy access west into Truro (43 miles) and east to Exeter (46 miles). The city of Plymouth is also within reach lying approximately 31 miles to the south.
The market town of Launceston benefits from facilities including several supermarkets, schools and well-regarded local butchers and bakers. Launceston also plays host to the Launceston Butter Market which is held on the 1st Saturday of every month from March to December in the town square. The market is an excellent place to browse the stalls and purchase local produce, gifts and cards whilst the Town Band plays creating a relaxing atmosphere in an historic setting.
The North Coast is easily accessible from Launceston and includes numerous beaches and towns including Bude, Widemouth Bay and Crackington Haven. The North Coast also offers numerous restaurants and public houses with fantastic settings alongside footpaths enjoying the panoramic views of the coastline and sea.
Entrance to the property is approached through a PVCu double glazed entrance door into:
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