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Tremar Lane, St. Cleer, PL14
In Excess of, £350,000 For Sale (Freehold)

Property Details

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In a sought-after village, this three-bedroom split-level house offers a secluded yet accessible location. Ideal for customization, it features a fitted kitchen, utility room, lounge, and conservatory, with amenities like an integral garage, oil-fired heating, double glazing, and ample parking. The low-maintenance rear garden adds to its appeal.


Nestled within a sought-after village, this distinctive three-bedroom split-level detached house offers a secluded retreat while remaining conveniently accessible.

The property presents an exciting blank canvas with significant potential, prompting creative customisation. Inside, the residence boasts a well-appointed fitted kitchen breakfast room, a separate utility space, a comfortable lounge, and a spacious conservatory, creating a versatile living environment.

Highlighting practicality, the property includes an integral garage for added convenience, along with the benefits of oil-fired central heating and double glazing for comfort and energy efficiency.

The low-maintenance rear garden provides a tranquil outdoor space, while ample driveway parking enhances the property's appeal, ensuring both functionality and charm for prospective homeowners.


Accessed through a welcoming five-bar gate, the property features a spacious level driveway for multiple vehicles.

The front garden, surrounded by stone walls, offers secure parking on a tarmac surface with well-stocked display beds.

This area provides a chance for a practical family space, accompanied by a stone-built former piggery for storage. The secluded rear garden is a private oasis with a paved courtyard, lush lawn, and captivating rockery displays, complemented by a versatile enclosed area featuring a greenhouse.


Nestled on the fringes of Bodmin Moor, the charming village of St Cleer beckons with its scenic moorland setting, offering splendid opportunities for walking, horse riding, and exploration of renowned Heritage sites.

The village itself boasts essential amenities, including a Parish Church, a welcoming public house, an MOT servicing garage and a highly regarded primary school with an accompanying pre-school. Just a stone's throw away, Siblyback Lake Country Park opens its doors to a variety of watersports and outdoor activities.

For additional conveniences, the nearby market town of Liskeard, a mere 3 miles away, offers a plethora of everyday town centre facilities. This includes a retail park, a food supermarket, a leisure centre, a community hospital, and both primary and secondary schools. The easy accessibility to the A38 dual carriageway provides a direct route to Plymouth, Devon, and opens westbound routes further into the picturesque landscapes of Cornwall.


Services – Mains water, electricity and drainage with private heating (Oil)

Vendors position – No onward chain

Council tax band - D

Garden Aspect - West

Sat Nav Reference – PL14 5DQ

Tenure - Freehold

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 Liskeard take the St Cleer Road (B3254). After approximately 1/2 a mile, bear left for St Cleer. Stay on this road until you cross a cattle grid and proceed into the village. Take the first right turn after the garage and after a short distance turn first right again into Tremar Lane. Then take the first left by the telephone box and the entrance to the property can be found on the left .

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