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2 bedroom terraced house for sale

Luckett, Callington, Cornwall, Lucket, PL17

Offers in Region of £230,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Two bedroom cottage
  • Two reception rooms
  • Character features
  • Oil fired central heating
  • Kitchen
  • Downstairs shower room
  • Bathroom
  • Gardens

Full description

A beautifully presented deceptively large terraced cottage with attractive decor retaining many character features such as exposed beams, wood burner and exposed stone fireplaces. The cottage dates back to the mid 19th Century and offers surprisingly large accommodation to include entrance hall, living room with feature wood burner, dining room with exposed stone chimney breast, excellent sized fitted kitchen, downstairs shower room, garden room and store / boiler room. On the first floor is the main bathroom with two double bedrooms.

The property is set in the popular and picturesque hamlet of Luckett conveniently located to many amenities and nearby attractions. The towns of Callington, Saltash and Tavistock are less than 30 minutes drive away as are many attractions such as Kit Hill, St. Mellion golf and country club. Luckett has a car park with a small green beside a stream and there is also a social club offering bingo, snooker, quiz nights and more.

Dining Room 
17'9" x 14'5" (5.4m x 4.4m)
A spacious second reception room with front facing window having shelving below. High ceilings with exposed timbers, attractive flooring and decor. Radiator, space for large dining table and chairs plus additional dining room furniture. The focal point to the room is an exposed stone chimney breast with recess to one side and fitted cupboards and shelving to the other. The fireplace is now used for display and has a slate hearth. Door opening to staircase rising to first floor.

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Attractive slate flooring, exposed stone walls, inner glazed window through to dining room and doors off to the living room and dining room

Living Room 
14'5" x 13'5" (4.4m x 4.1m)
A good sized room with attractive decor and many traditional features such as front facing glazed window with deep sill, exposed stone walls to the chimney breast and exposed timbers. There is a rear facing internal window, two radiators, T.V and telephone point. The focal point of the room is an exposed stone chimney breast with a deep fireplace featuring a wood burner with cloam oven, stone hearth and feature granite mantle with chimney breast to both sides.

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From the dining room a feature door opens to staircase leading to this landing which has space for some furniture, loft access and to the rear wall is fitted shelving ideal for display.

Master Bedroom 
14'5" x 13'5" (4.4m x 4.1m)
From the landing a door opens to several stairs leading down to this master bedroom which is a true feature of the property and an excellent size. Light and airy with dual aspect front and rear facing windows, two radiators, high ceilings, chimney breast with recess to both sides and good space for

11'6" x 9'10" (3.5m x 3m)
A double room with front facing window. Exposed timber beams, radiator and good space for furniture.

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Arranged over two areas, the first area has a rear facing window, wash hand basin and W.C., inset ceiling spotlights and exposed timber. A dividing wall has shelving and cabinet creating a second area which also has rear facing window. Inset ceiling spotlights, radiator, bath with mixer tap and built-in storage cupboard.

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The gardens are surprisingly big and a true feature of the cottage. There is a stone patio area with ample space for garden furniture and seating. A second patio area offers further space for garden furniture. The gardens then extend out to an excellent size with a large level lawn offering a mixture of plants, shrubs and small trees. To one side of the garden is a stone and brick built Storage Shed, this shed was once a wash room for resident miners in the village. There is further space for sheds and greenhouse. The oil tank is located in the garden. The garden is bordered by fencing to both sides and enjoys a great degree of privacy and sunshine. To the rear is a further area of garden which is not owned by this property and is rented by the owner from the Duchy. Further information on this is available upon request

17'9" x 7'7" (5.4m x 2.3m)
Excellent size light and airy space with rear uPVC double glazed window, exposed beams, radiator and attractive decor. The kitchen benefits from range of fitted wall and base units with roll top work surfaces, tiled splash backs, stainless steel single drainer sink, space and plumbing for washing machine, tumble drier, electric cooker and fridge / freezer. A half stable door opens to

8'10" x 7'7" (2.7m x 2.3m)
Rear facing uPVC double glazed window and inner window through to the living room. Rear access door to store / boiler room and rear garden. Sliding door opening to:-

Shower Room 
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Rear facing uPVC obscure double glazed window, inset ceiling spotlights, extractor fan, heated towel rail and wall mounted electric heater. Attractive decor. Saniflow W.C., wash hand basin with pedestal and large shower cubicle with electric shower

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06 March 2017


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