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Dean Lane, Liskeard, PL14
In Excess of, £200,000 Sold STC (Share of Freehold)

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Elegant, spacious and set within walking distance to Liskeard town centre, this two bedroom Victorian Grade II Listed apartment benefits from a walled garden and off road parking.


Located within walking distance to Liskeard town centre and within a mile of Liskeard rail station, this spacious and elegant upper floor apartment is a must-view.

The well-presented 1067 sq ft (approx) accommodation comprises a welcoming entrance hallway providing free-flowing access to a fitted kitchen, a spacious 22' (approx) lounge diner, 2 double bedrooms, and a bathroom with a separate shower.

Grade 2 listed, this stylish Victorian townhouse comprises splendid period sash windows which attract good natural light to enhance the property’s pleasant and cheerful ambiance.

Warmed by gas central heating, this comfortable home also benefits from far-reaching rural views.


A good-sized low maintenance walled rear garden is located to the rear of the property. A pleasant versatile spot suited for al fresco dining; this low-maintenance garden could alternatively provide off-road Vehicular parking.

Of a manageable size, the plot presents a potential blank canvas opportunity for green-fingered enthusiasts and has the added benefit of an outbuilding with a WC and sink.

Secluded from Dean Lane there is a double wooden gate accessed from the lane which allows off-road vehicular parking.


Situated in the heart of Liskeard town centre, Dean Street is brilliantly placed for public transport and convenience shops. The property is also within walking distance to doctors, dentists, veterinary surgery, primary and secondary schools

Located only 7 miles from the South Coast of Cornwall and within easy reach of Bodmin Moor, this thriving market town benefits from a retail park, supermarkets, a leisure centre with a swimming pool, squash and tennis courts, a community hospital, and both primary and secondary schools.

A mainline railway station within walking distance of the town centre has branch lines to Plymouth and the nearby famous fishing port of Looe. The A38 dual carriageway is easily accessible connecting the area to Devon and westbound further into Cornwall.


Services – Mains gas, electric, water, and drainage

Listed – Grade 2

Vendors' position – Buying on

Council Tax - A

Lease term – 989 YEARS

Annual charges - TBC

Tenure – Leasehold

Agents Note : The current owner holds the freehold of the property and this will constitute part of the agreed price.

Agents Note: “We would recommend reviewing the Key Facts for Buyers link before viewing or purchasing this property which can be found at the end of this property listing or on our website”


From the Parkes and Pearn office take the first left into Dean Street and proceed to take a right hand turning onto Dean Hill. Vehicular and pedestrian access is at the rear elevation which can be found a short distance on the left-hand side.