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Lanchard Road, Liskeard
£200,000 Sold Subject to Contract


Property Details

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THE PROPERTY

Offering great internal and external space, this well presented 3-bedroom post-war semi-detached home is a brilliant opportunity for first time buyers, investors, and growing families.

Standing at 1050 square feet (approx.) of accommodation lovingly improved by its current owners this property is a must view.

Neutrally presented and set in an elevated position the ground floor layout comprises a 20’3 kitchen diner, 18’3 lounge, and utility with WC providing useful storage space.

The first floor affords 3 generous-sized bedrooms and a good-sized family bathroom.

Warmed by gas central heating and double glazed, this tastefully presented house is a comfortable, light, and airy dwelling that presents as an easy blank canvas for new owners.

THE OUTSIDE

Set in a raised walkway position, there are gardens to the front and rear that are both chiefly laid to lawn.

It’s common of houses built within this era to boast generous sized garden plots and 40 Lanchard Road is a good example. Well-tended and the areas are easy keep.

The child and dog rear garden is enclosed by shrubs and trees and features a level patio area providing a great alfresco dining space.

THE LOCATION

Lanchard is an area central to the town and close to public transport links. A local authority development was built just after the war years; a proportion of the development is now privately owned.

A thriving market town, Liskeard is brilliantly placed and within relatively 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.

FAQS

Services – Mains gas, electric, water and drainage
Council Tax Band - B
Vendors Position – buying on
Tenure – Freehold
Garden Aspect - East
Sat Nav Reference – PL14 4HU

Directions

From Liskeard proceed out of town on Barn St (B3254). Take the second right into Manley Rd then first right into Lanchard Road and continue ahead. After a short distance the property can be found in a raised position on the right hand side.

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