- Substantial detached house
- 5 double bedrooms
- 3 Bathrooms
- 3 Reception rooms
- Quiet location
- Enclosed rear garden
- Garage and off road parking
- Adjoining open countryside
In a semi rural location adjoining open countryside on 2 sides is this individual detached house. Boasting 5 Bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and 3 reception rooms. The property has ample off road parking, a single garage, and an enclosed rear garden.
From the entrance porch you enter a generous hallway with staircase to the first floor. The siting room is dual aspect with an open fire to one side housing a multifuel wood burner. Sliding patio doors take you through to the double glazed conservatory overlooking the garden. From the sitting room open plan access is given to the dining area with a rear window overlooking the garden. The kitchen is fitted with a range of eye and base level units together with a built in pantry. Off the kitchen is a utility room with space for white goods and a door to the outside. Also situated on the ground floor is a useful study and guest double bedroom with ensuite shower room.
The first floor landing is a great size with ample space for a reading area. There are 4 double bedrooms in total, most of which enjoy a view over the garden and adjoining countryside. The master bedroom is dual aspect with an ensuite shower room. The family room is a good size allowing space for a freestanding shower enclosure if desired.
In front of the property is a tarmac driveway for several vehicles. To the rear is a well established garden stocked with a variety of specimen shrubs and plants. To one corner is a greenhouse plus garden shed. There is a level area of lawn and patio adjoining the conservatory. The garden overlooks open countryside offering a high degree of privacy.
The property is situated in the small hamlet of Daws House, just a few miles from Launceston and neighbouring the larger village of South Petherwin where there is a church, public house and a very popular school. Launceston is an ancient town steeped in History with the imposing Launceston castle overlooking the town and surrounding area. Referred to as “the gateway to Cornwall” Launceston is centred one mile (1.6 km) west of the River Tamar, which constitutes almost the entire border between the Cornish peninsular and Devon, the A30 is ideally located on the fringe of Launceston connecting to the rest of Cornwall with great access to the beautiful Coastline whilst providing great access to Plymouth and Exeter and beyond. The town itself offers a variety of individual businesses from boutiques to fine food shops, blending with occasional national outlets including Tesco, WH Smith and Costa coffee. Local facilities include a leisure centre, medical facilities and well regarded primary and secondary schooling.
Did you know?
The very impressive Launceston Castle dates from Norman times. Before the 13th century AD Launceston used to be the capital of the Earldom of Cornwall. Launceston has given its name to other places in the world including Australia. The Cornish name is Lannstefan and Lannstefan is Cornish for Church of St Stephen.