Trewidland is a pretty little rural village, lying to the south of the market town of Liskeard. The village enjoys a thriving community, centred around its Village Hall and primary school. Day to day needs are catered for in Liskeard, with its wide range of shops, supermarkets and facilities including a mainline rail link direct to London, Paddington. The City of Plymouth is situated 20 miles away, with more comprehensive shopping, and ferry port crossing to France and Spain. Stunning coastline on the Cornish Riviera is within easy reach with sandy beaches and delightful coastal walks and Bodmin Moor is within easy striking distance
The Cedars offers an opportunity for a low maintenance property with outstanding views and grounds. Situated on approximately a 1/3rd of an acre, this property was commissioned and built by its current owner. The unusual, individually designed bungalow set in a 'H' configuration, makes use of both the light into and outlook from the property.
There is parking for approximately six vehicles, split between a roadside parking bay and the entrance driveway with further space available in the double garage which benefits from a pitched tiled roof, electric door, a recent partially glazed uPVC door and for low maintenance uPVC fascias, and guttering.
The property is served by LPG gas tanks for its central heating and is of traditional construction. The main property also has feature wood cladding in places, tiled roof, uPVC fascias and guttering.
The entrance door is situated in a little courtyard and features Iroko hardwood, obsure glazed door and window panels providing access to
Carpeted and leading to the East Wing and West Wing of the property and incorporating storage for coats and shoes, with a doors off to
Spacious room with brightly coloured pedestal washbasin with tiled splashback and matching low level toilet. This room also incorporates sliding doors giving access an airing cupboard housing the central heating gas Baxi boiler and modern hot water cylinder
Panoramic picture window facing west and overlooking rear garden which consists of the well maintained lawn, complete with well stocked flower and vegetable beds. A window also cleverly overlooks the front entrance courtyard area and a uPVC obscure glazed double glazed door provides access to the side approach. The recently fitted range of kitchen units comprises the useful mix of base, wall and larder units incorporating pull out cages to aid in maximising storage. The appliances include an integral fridge/freezer, double Zanussi oven and halogen hob with stainless extractor fan over. Square edged worktops house the the one and a half bowl composite sink with a stylish swan neck kitchen tap. There is space and plumbing for washing machine. The room can also accommodate a dining table and chairs.
Enter via an obscured glazed door opposite the patio doors which face west out to the garden and views toward the rolling fields to the west. There is a small serving hatch to kitchen and feature glass wall to the hallway and lounge
Spacious lounge, twin aspect. Sliding patio doors with views to the west over outlying farmland whilst overlooking the garden and flowerbeds
Laminate flooring, a further airing cupboard and access to
A large double bedroom, with easterly aspect window overlooking the driveway, and benefiting from the morning sun. Space for a good range of wardrobes and bedroom furniture
Light and airy twin aspect room, windows to the east and south - with built-in sliding wardrobes and laminate flooring
Window faces east offering light in the morning. Integrated wardrobe with sliding doors
Obscure glazed window. Partially tiled bathroom benefiting from a suite comprising ; good sized bath with shower over, separate shower cubicle, low level flush WC and matching wash hand basin
Various well maintained gardens and rockeries including climbing plants and a selection of shrubs. Fence panelling runs down the northern boundary, paved patio area wraps around the side of the house to the rear patio with space for washing line and access to flower beds and a vegetable garden where runner beans and broad beans are grown. The southern boundary is partially fenced and partially planted. The rear boundary overlooks farmland with 180 degree, panoramic views from the south to the north. Outside tap
A good sized double garage with electrically operated door, light, power. It also benefits from the light from windows in one wall and the UPVC glazed access door on another.
Mains water and drainage, electricity and Twin LPG tanks (with remote level monitoring)
From Liskeard proceed east on the A38. Turn right onto the B3252 following signs for Looe . Continue on this road until you reach the crossroads at Horningtops, and turn right by the red phone box, signposted Trewidland. Continue down into the village, straight through its centre and the entrance to the property can be found set up on the right.