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Hawks Tor Drive, Lewannick, Launceston, Cornwall, PL15

3 bedroom bungalow for sale

detached Bungalow

3 Bedrooms

1 Bathrooms

1 Receptions

Key Features

  • A well presented detached three bedroom bungalow with a garage and drive parking.
  • Comfortable living room with fireplace.
  • Light and airy fitted kitchen with a larder cupboard.
  • Third bedroom currently set up as a dining room.
  • Well kept established gardens front and back.
  • Popular village location.
  • No onward chain.
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Lisa White

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Property Description

27 Hawks Tor Drive is situated within a cul-du-sac, of similar homes, at the heart of the popular Cornish village of Lewannick with easy access to the A30 dual carriageway. This lovely bungalow has been within the same ownership for many years and now for the first time comes to the market with no onward chain.

On entering the bungalow from the front door you are greeted by a small lobby allowing access to both the cloakroom/WC and the comfortable living room which enjoys a fireplace as a central feature to the room. There is currently an electric fire set within the open fireplace, on a tiled hearth. The kitchen enjoys plenty of white fronted units situated both above and below the roll top wood effect working surface. There are also two, original, full size built in cupboards. The fridge/freezer, electric freestanding cooker and washing machine are included within the sale.

The smallest of the three bedrooms is currently set up as a dining room but would accommodate bedroom furniture suitable for a single bedroom. The other two bedrooms are both double in size and look out onto the rear garden. The shower room is tiled to both floor and ceiling with a corner shower cubical and a white hand basin and WC. The bungalow is heated by oil fired central heating and has UPVC windows installed.

Outside, the front garden is open to the pavement and mainly laid to lawn with some attractive planting. The concrete drive is large enough for two vehicles in tandem and leads to the detached single garage that has power connected and an electric up and over door. From the rear garden there is a pedestrian access via a side door into the garage. The garden is paved with mature planting and hedges protecting it from the elements and forming the boundaries. A small conservatory attached to the property is accessible from the garden only and could be used as a greenhouse if preferred.

This home would suit most buyers, as would be suitable for the older generation keen to live in a bungalow or a family as the local primary school is conveniently close by.

A short distance away there are many village amenities to include a General Store/Sub Post Office, Parish Church, County Primary School, Public House/Restaurant and Village Hall. The ancient former market town of Launceston lies approximately 6 miles away and boasts a wider range of shopping, commercial, educational and recreational facilities and lies adjacent to the A30 trunk road giving access to Truro and West Cornwall in one direction and Exeter and beyond in the opposite direction.

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