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£315,000 For Sale Old Station Road, Moorswater, Liskeard

 

Property Description

SITUATION

Liskeard is a thriving market town located only 7 miles from the South Coast of Cornwall with it's sandy beaches and within easy striking distance of Bodmin Moor. Providing everyday town centre facilities on the doorstep, Liskeard also benefits from having a retail park, food supermarkets, leisure centre with swimming pool, squash and tennis courts, a community hospital and both primary and secondary schools. A mainline railway station in walking distance of the town centre has branch lines to Plymouth and the nearby famous fishing port of Looe. Also the A38 dual carriageway is easily accessible with direct access into Devon and westbound further into Cornwall

GROUND FLOOR

RECEPTION HALLWAY

uPVC partially double glazed entrance door with matching side screen, entrance matting to footwell, engineered Oak flooring and stairs rising to the first floor accommodation. An internal door opens to the garage

STUDY/FIFTH BEDROOM

Side aspect window, Oak flooring and deep storage cupboard

CLOAK ROOM

Tiled walls and flooring, vanity unit with wash hand basin and WC with concealed cistern

FIRST FLOOR

LANDING

Stairs rising to the second floor accommodation, Oak flooring and versatile heated double storage cupboard

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM

A versatile dual aspect kitchen/breakfast room enjoying morning sun with French Doors opening to the rear garden and splendid views from the front elevation taking in Moorswater Viaduct. Ceiling down lighters, engineered Oak flooring. The kitchen suite features a range of modern base, wall and drawer units complemented by wooden block working surfaces with inset ceramic sink unit with mixer tap, drainer, salad rinser and glass upstands. Integrated appliances include electric oven and grill, induction hob with glass splash back and extractor canopy, dishwasher, refrigerator and microwave oven

UTILITY ROOM

Oak flooring, door opening into rear garden, base and wall units with wooden block working surface and appliance spaces with provision for a tall fridge/freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer with plumbing available

DINING ROOM

A rear aspect reception room enjoying morning sun with Oak flooring

SITTING ROOM

A spacious dual aspect reception room bathed in natural light with Oak flooring and French Doors opening onto a balcony taking in rural views taking in the nearby Moorswater Viaduct. The balcony also enjoys afternoon and early evening sun with a wrought iron handrail providing a pleasant space for outdoor living

GUEST CLOAK ROOM

Partial tiling to walls and tiled flooring, vanity unit with inset wash hand basin, WC and linen cupboard

SECOND FLOOR

LANDING

Loft access hatch and sun tube providing natural light

BEDROOM ONE

A large dual aspect master bedroom enjoying pleasant rural views towards the viaduct. Built in wardrobes with sliding mirrored doors

EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM

Tiled walls with border details, ceiling down lighters and slate tiled flooring with chrome towel radiator. The suite comprises walk-in shower enclosure with mains mixer shower and mosaic style tiling, vanity unit with inset wash basin and WC

BEDROOM TWO

Rear aspect bedroom enjoying morning sun overlooking the garden with built in wardrobe, hanging rail and shelving

BEDROOM THREE

Rear aspect room also enjoying morning sun. Built in double wardrobe

BEDROOM FOUR

A good sized front aspect double bedroom taking in pleasant views

FAMILY BATHROOM

Tiled walls and flooring, ceiling down lighters and chrome towel radiator. The suite comprises a double ended bath, walk-in shower enclosure with mains mixer shower and mosaic style tiling, wash hand basin and WC

OUTSIDE

The property is approached onto a brick paved driveway providing parking for several vehicles. This gives access to the garage and extends along the side of the property to the front entrance. The front gardens are mainly laid to lawn with well stocked colourful display beds and areas laid to stone chippings extending along the side of the property with steps rising to the rear garden. This is arranged to consider relatively low maintenance with a level paved terrace and lawn flanked by a retaining wall with steps and pathway rising up through sloping gardens featuring a range of shrubs, perennials and ground covering plants. This leads to a raised terraced area providing an excellent vantage point to enjoy outstanding views over neighbouring countryside towards Moorswater viaduct and creating a lovely haven for outdoor living

GARAGE

Insulated up and over electrically operated remote control roller door and useful accessible storage above the ceiling. Also at the rear of the garage there is a self contained shower room which is really useful when coming in from work, walking or with children and pets with tiled walls and flooring and walk-in shower enclosure with electric shower unit

SERVICES

Mains electricity and drainage. Private water supply via a bore hole located within the driveway. Oil fired central heating.

COUNCIL TAX BAND

E

EPC RATING

C

DIRECTIONS

From The Parade in Liskeard town centre proceed along Barras St (B3254) with Webb's House on the right. Turn left onto West St and continue ahead onto Old Rd. Pass Hillfort Primary School and at the roundabout take the second exit. At the end of the road turn left and left again just before the railway crossing. Proceed straight on and take the next right. The property can be found further along on the left identified by the Parkes & Pearn 'For Sale' sign

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