A quietly located modern & welcoming 3 bedroom bungalow & integral double garage. Set in gardens, grounds and paddocks extending to approximately 4.5 acres, outbuildings & stable block with potential to further develop the equestrian facilities.
Lower Troswell is quietly located within the desirable parish of North Petherwin, with the historic Cornish town Launceston approximately 8 miles to the south. The market town of Holsworthy lies approximately 15 miles to the north and the well-known Victorian seaside and surfing resort of Bude lies approximately 14 miles northwest. Just a few miles away is the historic former Cornish capital town of Launceston offering a wide variety of domestic, commercial and leisure amenities including 18 hole golf course, leisure and sports complex with swimming pool, bowls and a good selection of varied retail outlets and other supporting businesses. Central to the town, the medieval castle and grounds still remain. The main A30 dual carriageway is close at hand from Launceston providing valuable links to other towns, villages and places of interest, including the capital cathedral city of Truro, Bodmin, Plymouth, the coastal surfing resort of Newquay, and the city of Exeter. Airports and rail links are located in Newquay and Exeter, with the M5 motorway accessed at Exeter.
Road The A30 (dual carriageway) from Okehampton provides easy access to Exeter and the M5 motorway.
Rail Regular intercity services operate from Exeter to London.
Sea Ferry services operate from Plymouth to northern France and northern Spain.
Air Exeter International Airport provides flights to the Isles of Scilly, Channel Islands, Ireland, Scotland and a number of continental destinations. Plymouth Airport offers flights to London Gatwick and other numerous destinations.
Water Sailing is available at Siblyback and Roadford Lakes, Padstow, Fowey, Plymouth, Newton Ferrers, Salcombe, Dartmouth and various other harbours along the south coast. There are delightful beaches on the North Cornish coast including Widemouth Bay, Trebarwith, Polzeath, Harlyn Bay and Constantine Bay.
Horse Riding & Walking Horse riding is accessible via bridleways and country lanes in the area. The South West Coast Path also offers scenic walking and further walking and riding are available on Bodmin Moor and Dartmoor.
Golf Launceston golf course is just on the door step and further golf courses can be found at Kennards House, Tavistock, Holsworthy, Saltash, Whitsand Bay, Looe Bindown and St Mellion.
Lower Troswell bungalow was built in the mid 1970s and benefits from solid wood flooring, gas fired central heating and uPVC double glazing throughout.
The accommodation comprises: Sitting/Dining Room, Kitchen, Utility, Conservatory, 3 Bedrooms, Family Bathroom and Cloakroom. The property is well maintained having a new lpg gas boiler in 2010, new soffits and fascia boards, and the conservatory and decking were added in 2011.
The bungalow is set in landscaped gardens which are mainly laid to lawn and interspersed with a variety of deciduous shrubs and trees and flowerbed borders. The outbuildings include an integral double garage, general purpose outbuildings and stores, a stable block and approximately 4 acres of pastureland with a field shelter.
From the quiet shared entrance lane a private gated entrance opens onto a tarmacadam driveway and parking area to the front of the bungalow. A uPVC double glazed door leads to:
Solid wood flooring, smoke alarm, loft access hatch, radiator and doors leading off to:
Kitchen 4.18m x 3.25m (13'9' x 10'8')
Range of fitted wall and base units under black granite effect roll top work surfaces. Inset twin sink and draining board with stainless steel mixer taps. Integrated dish washer and Tecnik fridge freezer. Built-in Tecnik stainless steel electric double oven with a Tecnik touch control 4-ring ceramic hob with a Tecnik extractor hood above. Tiled splashback surrounds. Oil fired aga with a heat exchange unit, walk-in Pantry with fitted shelves and housing the electricity consumer units and solar panel controls. Door leads to:
Built-in base units under red granite effect roll top work surface. Inset stainless steel sink and draining board with tiled splashback surround. Space and plumbing for a washing machine and fridge. Door leads to:
Boot Room 7.01m x 1.45m max (23'0' x 4'9' max)
Tiled floor, uPVC double glazed windows to the front and side elevations. Door leads to the integral garage. UPVC double glazed door and window to the rear elevation leading onto the patio.
From the entrance hall doors lead to:
Sitting/Dining Room 6.08m x 4.09m (19'11' x 13'5')
Solid timber floor and a slate hearth housing the multi fuel burning stove. Television aerial point, radiators. UPVC double glazed window to the rear elevation overlooking the rear gardens, uPVC double glazed French doors lead to:
Conservatory 4.01m x 2.65m (13'2' x 8'8')
Of dwarf wall construction with uPVC double glazed windows under a polycarbonate roof with door to the side elevation leading onto the riven paved Patio and French doors to the rear elevation lead out onto the raised timber decking.
Low level W.C., pedestal wash hand basin, panelled bath with mixer taps with shower attachment, fully tiled walls, radiator. Built-in Airing Cupboard and uPVC obscure double glazed window to the rear elevation.
Low level W.C., fully tiled walls and uPVC obscure double glazed window to the rear elevation.
Bedroom 1 2.94m x 3.83m max (9'8' x 12'7' max)
Solid timber floor, radiator and uPVC double glazed window to the rear elevation with views over the garden and the surrounding countryside beyond.
Bedroom 2 3.82m x 3.54m (12'6' x 11'7')
Solid timber floor, radiator and uPVC double glazed window to the front elevation.
Bedroom 3 2.86m x 2.49m (9'5' x 8'2')
Built-in wardrobe with hanging rail and storage shelves above, radiator and uPVC double glazed window to the front elevation.
Garage 6.36m x 5.86m (20'10' x 19'3')
Housing the Baxi Duo-Tech lpg gas boiler. Twin hinged wooden double doors to the front elevation and window to the rear elevation with power and light connected.
To the front of the property the lawned gardens border the tarmacadam entrance drive with flower bed borders and specimen shrubs. There is an aluminium greenhouse and a timber garden shed. To the rear of the bungalow is a large, half-an-acre lawned garden interspersed with a variety of deciduous shrubs and trees, a paved patio and raised timber decking with doors leading from the conservatory. From the front garden a gated entrance leads to the enclosed stable yard area with a Stable Block and two gates leading into the paddock.
The land extends to approximately 4 acres of productive level or gently sloping pastureland in one enclosure with a separate access gate leading off the entrance lane.
Of timber frame construction under a corrugated sheet roof and divided into 5 loose boxes. The stable yard area has an entrance leading on to the entrance lane.
Box 1: 3.48m x 3.48m (11'5' x 11'5')
Box 2: 3.48m x 3.5m (11'5' x 11'6')
Box 3: 3.48m x 3.51m (11'5' x 11'6')
Box 4: 3.49m x 3.52m (11'5' x 11'7')
Box 5: 3.46m x 3.46m (114 x 114)
Field Shelter 11.0m 3.3m (36'1' 10'10')
Of timber frame construction and corrugated sheet cladding.
Electricity - Mains and Solar Panels
Central Heating - lpg gas
Drainage - Private
Water - Mains
The property is offered for sale freehold with vacant possession on completion.
Rights of way, easements & boundaries
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all outgoings, rights of way, easements and wayleaves there may be whether mentioned in these general remarks and stipulations or particulars of sale or not. All figures, measurements, floor plans and maps are for guidance purposes only. They are prepared and issued in good faith and are intended to give a fair description of the property but do not constitute any part of any offer or contract.
Cornwall Council, County Hall, Treyew Road, Truro, Cornwall TR1 3AY.
Caradon District Council, Luxstowe House, Greenbank Road, Liskeard, Cornwall PL14 3DZ.
Western Power Distribution, Avonbank, Feeder Road, Bristol BS2 0TB.
None of the services or appliances, plumbing, heating, or electrical installations have been tested by the selling agent. Any maps used on the details are to assist identification of the property only and are not an indication of the actual surroundings, which may have changed since the map was printed. None of the statements contained in these particulars as to this property are to be relied on as statements or representations of fact. The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all outgoings, rights of way, easements and way leaves there may be whether mentioned in these general remarks and stipulations or particulars of sale or not. All figures, floor plans and maps are for guidance purposes only. They are prepared and issued in good faith and are intended to give a fair description of the property but do not constitute any part of any offer or contract.
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