3 Superior 4 / 5 bedroom individually designed south facing modern house Treeview House, (FREEHOLD) Boyton, Launceston, Cornwall, PL15 8NU Very spacious and well fitted with many fine features Enjoying convenient yet tranquil rural setting Level plot with good frontage Attracting sun throughout the day with unrestricted rural views Underfloor heating, photovoltaic roof panels and private sewage To be sold as is with minor works outstanding Build Zone Warranty Certification available upon completion 2 Broad Street Launceston Cornwall PL15 8AD Tel: Fax: E: Offices also at: Exeter Holsworthy Bude Liskeard Callington Kivells Limited, registered in England & Wales. Company number: Registered office: 2 Barnfield Crescent, Exeter, Devon, EX1 1QT Launceston 6 miles North Cornish Coast 14 miles Plymouth 31 miles Exeter 51 miles
4 SITUATION Treeview House sits at the head of a tributary stream valley to the River Ottery in the Parish of Boyton, just west of the B3254 Launceston to Bude road The nearby village of Whitstone has a range of facilities including Church, village hall and a Post Office / mini supermarket. Nearby Week St Mary provides primary school and public house. Also nearby is the Countryman Public House at Langdon Cross. A full range of social, commercial and shopping facilities are available at the former market town of Launceston which is some 6 miles and also provides access to the A30 dual carriageway spineroad for Cornwall and Devon. Beyond to the east (48 miles) the city of Exeter provides Inter-city Rail Link, International Airport and M5 motorway link. In all directions from the property there is scenery of outstanding natural beauty. To the nor th is the r ugged Cornish coastline famed for popular family surfing beaches and picturesque former fishing villages. To the west, the open expanses of Bodmin Moor ideal for walking and riding. Dartmoor National Park is to the east and running southwards to Plymouth Sound on the south coast is the hidden beauty of the Tamar Valley steeped in 18th Century mining history and renowned for Salmon fishing. DESCRIPTION Treeview House is an imposing rural property with a clever design comprising contemporary and attractive elevations with a low ridge as a result of dormer bedrooms. The property has some charming features internally and externally with huge potential to provide a charactered, contemporary, family dwelling of tremendous charm. The property has underfloor central heating at ground and first floor and a good standard of quality fitment to kitchen utilities, balustrading and bathrooms. There are a range of works to be completed to the property both internally and externally but these are not considered significant in terms of costs and scale relative to the near completed stage of construction of the property. ACCOMMODATION Compr ising:entrance HALL 3.40 x 3.05m Glazed entrance door and side panel. Stairs rising to first floor with hardwood and glass contemporary balastrading. Two velux roof lights. Wood strip floor. SEPARATE WC 1.90 x 1.20m Fully tiled LOUNGE / DINING ROOM 8.71 x 6.30m max x 4.30m min Superb dual aspect family living area. Four fold back French windows facing south overlooking rear garden and fields beyond. Side window. Seven matching wall lights and two ceiling light clusters. TV point and ample power points. KITCHEN / BREAKFAST ROOM 8.33 x 3.99m Complimenting the main living space this generous area has three south facing French doors at the dining end and a well fitted and finished kitchen opposite. There is a range of matching wall and floor cupboard units beneath generous areas of worktop with inset bowl and half stainless steel sink unit. Space for cooker, extractor hood, dishwasher, fridge / freezer and breakfast bar. REAR HALL 4.02 x 2.50m Half glazed door to rear and window. Stairs to first floor. INTEGRAL GARAGE 6.20 x 6.19m Two south facing windows, boiler and hot water cylinder, two fluorescent strip lights and electric roller shutter double door. UTILITY 2.33 x 2.30m South facing half glazed door. CLOAKROOM 2.30 x 1.50m Pr ovision for WC. BEDROOM FOUR 3.50 x 3.00m Side window. BEDROOM THREE 4.04 x 3.72m Four casement r ear windows. ENSUITE DRESSING AREA 1.79 x 1.49m ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM 1.92 x 2.10m Fully tiled with shower, wash hand basin and WC. Down lighters and ladder towel rail. FIRST FLOOR LANDING Lit by velux roof lights with glass and hardwood balustrading. BEDROOM TWO 4.63 x 3.88m South facing dor mer. FAMILY BATHROOM 2.80 x 2.53m Suite of wash hand basin, WC, shower and bath set against fully tiled walls and tiled floor. Ladder towel rail, mirror, down lighters and extractor. MASTER BEDROOM 5.77 x 4.83m Spacious dual aspect main bedroom with velux roof lights and French doors with glazed side panels leading to:first FLOOR BALCONY 4.56 x 1.54m Glazed balustrading overlooking rear garden with rural view beyond. ENTRANCE AREA TO MASTER BEDROOM SUITE 3.28 x 1.86m EN-SUITE 2.33 x 1.90m WC, wash hand basin, shower, downlighters and mirror. ENSUITE DRESSING ROOM 5.46 x 2.11m His and her cupboards and hanging rail. REAR LANDING Loft stor e off. HOBBIES ROOM / BEDROOM FIVE 4.74 x 3.25m OUTSIDE The pr oper ty has good r oad fr ontage to a level section of rural unclassified country land. The property has consent for creating a dedicated access within its frontage in a position opposite the garage. At the front of the property are level areas capable of providing generous parking and turning with flank areas of shrubbery and garden. There is level access either side of the property to the main garden at the rear which is again level, though in need of landscaping due to footing excavation spoils remaining on site. SERVICES Mains water and electricity are understood to be available to the property. It is understood the property has a private sewage system situated within the curtilage. SOLD AS SEEN Please note: the pr oper ty will be sold as seen in its current condition. A Construction Certification Warranty is being obtained from Build Zone and the benefit of this will be assigned to the successful purchaser of the property. COUNCIL TAX BAND EPC TBC B DIRECTIONS To reach the property from Launceston, take the Bude B3254 road out of the town. Follow this road through the villages of Yeolmbridge, Ladycross and Langdon Cross. Continue on the road until passing a signpost on the left saying West Curry. Travel past this turning and take the next left signposted Week St. Mary. Having turned off the road, Treeview House will be found on the left hand side being the third property on the left.
5 Forded approach 1/4 mile from property
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