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Dunheved Road, Launceston, Cornwall, PL15

5 bedroom house for sale

terraced House

5 Bedrooms

1 Bathrooms

2 Receptions

Key Features

  • Fine example of a late Victorian five bedroom house.
  • Very popular location within walking distance of schools, shops, medical centre and town centre.
  • Wealth of original character features.
  • Garage and parking space.
  • Mains gas fired central heating.
  • Well stocked gardens.
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Property Description

One of the key selling factors in the sale of this fine example of a late Victorian house are the original features that have been retained over the years.

The stunning centrepiece in the gracious drawing room is the working marble fireplace, with the original patterned tiled inset, a slate tiled hearth and a wrought iron grate. This beautiful living space also has a bay window which floods the room with natural light, high ceilings with a ceiling rose and plaster cornicing and high skirting boards - features that are a recurring theme throughout the majority of the accommodation.

The formal dining room is lined with bookshelves and has a character working fireplace, ornate cornicing and a ceiling rose and, set to the rear of the house, is the spacious kitchen.

The kitchen is fitted with a range of matching wall and base units, with a double oven, a hob and an integral freezer with plenty of space for a breakfast table. The utility room, situated off, has plenty of room for appliances and there is a separate WC.

The hallway provides a warm welcome to the house, with the original tiled floor and walls still in situ. The staircase leads to the first floor, where the split stairwell opens elegantly in to the first floor landing.

Our clients have installed an extra skylight on the second floor which allows natural light into the landing areas.

There are three well proportioned bedrooms on the first floor. The master bedroom has a bay window affording far reaching views over the town, with Bodmin Moor in the distance, has a range of built in furniture and an ornate fireplace.

The generous bathroom, set to the rear, also has an ornate character fireplace as well as a three piece suite and separate shower cubicle. There is a useful separate shower room adjacent to the bathroom.

The two bedrooms located on the second floor are currently used as a spacious studio and an office, which does have built in storage, and both have skylights providing light.

The house benefits from UPVC double glazed windows, a modern 'Baxi' boiler which supplies the central heating system throughout the ground and first floors, a garage with power and light plus an additional parking space and has interesting and well-stocked front and rear gardens.

Our clients have created a secluded, sun trap sitting area to the immediate front with a Wysteria covered archway that leads through to the lawn, which is surrounded by mature planting and trees so it is completely private from Dunheved Road.

The rear garden is tiered to make the most of the space. There is a choice of sitting areas to enjoy the best of the sunshine, with a lawn area bordered by Hydrangeas and other mature shrubs, accessed through a Wisteria covered arch, with a patio on the top tier, being a great spot for al-fresco dining or enjoying a glass of wine in the evening.

The property is located in Dunheved Road, one of the most popular residential addresses in the town.

The beauty of the location is that the bulk of the town’s facilities are within walking distance. Launceston College is set towards the end of Dunheved Road, with the busy town centre within easy reach in the opposite direction featuring local shops, businesses, banks and the main post office. Slightly further away, you can walk to a choice of supermarkets, Launceston hospital and the medical centre.

Launceston itself lies near the Devon/Cornwall border and has very easy access onto the main arterial road through Cornwall, the A30, so Exeter and the M5 are within a 50 minute drive with a similar driving time to Cornwall capital, Truro. The towns central location creates the opportunity the enjoy the beach on either coast, get to either Dartmoor or Bodmin Moor and the city of Plymouth quite easily.

All in all, this superb house is well worthy of a viewing as it has flexibility to be an ideal family home as well as a property that might suit a couple downsizing, who need the easy walking access to all the amenities.

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