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5 bedroom terraced house for sale

Russell Street, Liskeard, Cornwall, United Kingdom

Sold STC £200,000

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Tenure: Freehold

Stratton Creber is pleased to offer this well presented five bedroom, two reception room terraced house, arranged of three floors situated in the centre of Liskeard, designed by famous local architect Henry Rice in the 19th Century. The property perfectly blends charming character features mixed with the comforts of modern living, which briefly comprises to the ground floor; entrance porch with original tiling, inner hallway, sitting room, separate dining room and a generous kitchen / breakfast room. To the first floor there is a split level landing giving access to three double bedrooms, a further single bedroom, family bathroom and separate WC. Additionally there is a spacious fifth double bedroom found in the attic space. Complemented with majority double glazed windows, with feature original stain glass windows, gas central heating and landscaped, low maintenance rear gardens. Viewing advised.

The property is located on the immediate edge of Liskeard Town, within walking distance of a range of retail shops, public houses, leisure centre, banking facilities and transport links to outlying areas, which also includes the mainline railway connection from London Paddington to Penzance. The market town also boasts a primary and secondary school, an Aldi and Morrision's supermarkets with petrol filling station, the main A38 commuter toad which links Plymouth City Centre and Cornwall. Liskeard is considered to be in a central position of Cornwall, with the North and South coasts being easily accessible.

Victorian town house
Five bedrooms (four doubles)
Sitting room and separate dining room
Kitchen / breakfast room
Family bathroom
Majority Upvc double glazing
Gas central heating
Period features
Landscaped, rear garden
Part of the Henry Rice trail.

2 Russell Street, Liskeard This property is a joy to bring to the market with period features which continue from the stone and slate hung exteriors to the internal presentation. Designed and built originally by Henry Rice, a Victorian architect who is responsible for much of the structure of Liskeard. We understand it is part of the "Trail", a guided walk around the area, which gives people the opportunity to see the 100 surviving buildings that he designed during his career. A generous and spacious residence, which has been a loving family home for many years.

Porch Solid wooden door into the porch with inner door into the entrance hall. Original tiled flooring.

Entrance Hall Wooden single glazed door. Radiator, parquet style flooring, under stair storage cupboards. Access to the sitting room, dining room, kitchen breakfast room and stairs ascend to the first floor.

Sitting Room15' x 13' (4.57m x 3.96m). Double glazed uPVC bay window facing the front. Radiator and a feature fireplace with a wood surround, mantle and slate hearth with open fire, carpeted flooring and picture rail.

Dining Room16'11" x 16'8" (5.16m x 5.08m). Original style wooden French single glazed patio doors opening onto the rear patio. Radiator and feature fireplace, original floorboards and picture rail. There is ample space for a generous family, dining table.

Kitchen / Breakfast Room19'8" x 10'7" (6m x 3.23m). Wooden stable single glazed door to the side opening onto the garden. Double aspect single glazed wood sash window facing the side and rear single glazed window to the rear. Radiator, original slate flagged flooring and exposed stone walls. Wood work surfaces, a range of solid wood base units, an inset sink with double drainer, space for a range oven, standard dishwasher, washing machine, dryer and fridge/freezer. Additionally there is space for a breakfast table and built in larder cupboard.

Landing A split level landing giving access to the bedrooms, bathroom, separate WC and stairs ascend once again to the second floor. Single glazed wood window with stained glass facing the rear. Radiator and original floorboards.

Bedroom One15' x 10' (4.57m x 3.05m). Double glazed uPVC bay window facing the front. Radiator, laminate flooring, picture rail.

Bedroom Two14'7" x 11'4" (4.45m x 3.45m). Single glazed wood window facing the rear overlooking the garden. Radiator, original floorboards.

Bedroom Three10'8" x 7'9" (3.25m x 2.36m). Single glazed wood sash window facing the side. Radiator, carpeted flooring. Feature ornate fireplace of period.

Bedroom Four11'1" x 6'6" (3.38m x 1.98m). Double glazed uPVC window facing the front. Radiator, carpeted flooring.

Bathroom Double glazed uPVC window with obscure glass facing the side. Heated towel rail, original floorboards, part tiled walls. Low level WC, panelled bath with mains shower over, bowl sink and extractor fan.

WC Double glazed uPVC window, with obscure glass facing the side. Original floorboards. Low level WC.

Landing Two Access to the fifth, attic room bedroom.

Bedroom Five21'1" x 11'2" (6.43m x 3.4m). Double glazed wood velux window facing the front and rear. Radiator, carpeted flooring.

Exterior The gardens are located to the rear, initially over a low maintenance patio area, private, provides a degree of shelter through a storm porch to the rear entrance and an outside bin storage area. Steps lead up to the main garden area over flagstone paths which has been landscaped. Laid to lawn with a pleasant raised decking area, ideal for outside dining, flower beds with a range of mature trees, plants and bushes, all facing a westerly direction. Bounded by a mix of stone walling, timber fencing and a rear private entrance. A viewing internally and externally is highly recommended.

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Added on Rightmove:
17 May 2017


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