- SUBSTANTIAL PERIOD HOME IN TOWN CENTRE LOCATION
- FOUR SPACIOUS BEDROOMS AND TWO RECEPTIONS
- PARKING FOR 2/3 VEHICLES PLUS CONVERTED GARAGE FOR STORAGE
- GEORGIAN FEATURES INCLUDING PERIOD FIREPLACE
- MODERN KITCHEN WITH HIGH SPECIFICATION FITTINGS
- MASTER ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM
- VIEWS TO THE CASTLE AND GROUNDS
- ROOF GARDEN TERRACES ENJOYING COUNTRY VIEWS
A FOUR BEDROOM, THREE STOREY MAISONETTE LOCATED AT THE HEART OF LAUNCESTON WITH AMPLE PARKING AND OUTBUILDING. A most spacious and versatile home within a period building recently modernised with a large lounge featuring an open fireplace, recently fitted kitchen-diner, four bedrooms with master ensuite plus family bathroom. PARKING FOR 2/3 VEHICLES AND CONVERTED GARAGE. Viewing essential.
Set at the heart of the historic town of Launceston and overlooking the town square to the front and the 11th century Norman period castle remains behind, this substantial property is comprised over three floors and benefits from ample parking and two roof terraces that enjoy plenty of sun throuhout the day with pleasant views to the castle grounds and the countryside beyond.
The property is accessed from Castle Dyke Lane, with a driveway providing parking for two cars plus a further area to the front of the garage. The current owners have altered the garage by converting it into a hobbies room/home gym, and a doorway leads to an enclosed area with stairs up to the entrance first floor level to the property. On your journey to the front door, two roof terraces have been created to provide plenty of outdoor space, perfect for Alfresco dining and sitting out to enjoy the sun throughout the day and evening. From both terraces, views are enjoyed across the surrounding castle grounds and to rural countryside beyond.
On entering the property, a glazed porch opens through into a modern and luxuriously appointed kitchen-diner. This spacious room features high ceilings and plenty of light with a large window to the rear aspect. The kitchen units are all fitted and feature a range of built in appliances including Neff oven, combination grill and microwave, ceramic hob and extractor fan over. The room features a large fitted wooden table providing plenty of space for family dining. A doorway leads into the reception hallway with stairs to the first floor and lounge.
The lounge is an impressive sized room featuring a working period open fireplace with marble surround and cast insert. Four sash windows overlook the historic town square to the front, and there is plenty of space for soft furnishings with decorative cornicing and picture rail.
On the first floor, there are three well proportioned bedrooms, each enjoying a pleasant outlook across the surroundings of the town square or castle, all leading off a wide landing area which also leads to the top floor. In addition to the bedrooms, there is also a spacious modern family bathroom which comprises a deep bath, low level wc, pedestal sink and walk in shower.
On the top floor, the attic space has been converted into a master bedroom suite which features roof windows to both sides, with views directly to the castle. The bedroom area has a number of cupboards built into the eaves and it opens directly into a wet room with shower and WC. There is further attic storage hidden behind a panelled door providing plenty of space for household storage.
This unique and versatile property is currently used as a family home, and would appeal to a wide range of buyers looking for a centrally located home within a grand period property. Having plenty of parking, outdoor space and wonderful views, this spacious home needs to be viewed to be appreciated and viewings can be arranged by appointment through the sole agents Keane & Parker Estate Agents.