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Timberlee Close, Liskeard
£350,000 Sold Subject to Contract

Property Details

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Originally built as a three bedroom, this lovely detached bungalow is a must view. The unquestionable heart of the home is the contemporary kitchen diner which offers a comfortable and sociable space to cook and entertain. The dining room. originally the third bedroom, has the potential to revert to the original layout subject to some remedial building works.

The light and airy, free-flowing accommodation further comprises a lounge, two double bedrooms, master with en-suite shower room and main bathroom.

Benefitting from under-floor gas central heating and double glazing, this neutrally presented gem of a home offers no onward chain and a brilliant opportunity for those seeking a private low maintenance home within a pleasant, quiet, and small development.


A generous-sized parking bay to the side elevation adjoins a well-tended front garden and pathway providing easy level access to the property.

The private rear garden is enclosed, laid with lawn, and features a level patio seating area. A pleasant environment with space for a garden shed, the plot is a blank canvas that will be of interest to keen gardeners looking to place their own stamp.


One of the many attractive attributes of this property is its location. A small well presented and maintained modern development, with plenty of kerb appeal, Timberlee consists of just 10 bungalows. The design layout of the development has been well considered offering sufficient space between properties which help to provide privacy for the residents and a sense of tranquillity.

A thriving market town, Liskeard is brilliantly placed and within relative short distances from the sandy beaches south coast of Cornwall and the rustic landscapes of Bodmin Moor.

Providing everyday town facilities, Liskeard also benefits from having a retail park, supermarkets, leisure centre with swimming pool, squash and tennis courts, a community hospital and both primary and secondary schools and accommodates a mainline railway station with branch lines to Plymouth and the nearby famous fishing port of Looe. The A38 dual carriageway is within easy reach and provides direct access into Devon and westbound further into Cornwall.

Services – Mains water, Gas and electricity. Drainage- At present private (septic tank). The development is understood to be in line to be connected to mains drainage.
Development Management Fees – TBC. Believed to be less than £200 per annum.
Tenure - Freehold
Wrap-around Garden Aspect - West and North Facing

From the rear of Parkes and Pearn office. Take the second exit onto the Parade and head out of the town. At the next roundabout proceed straight across into Greenbank Lane and continue until reaching a double roundabout and take the first left onto St Cleer Road. Continue and take the second right onto Tregay Lane and the development is situated on a right hand turning.