16 Camperknowle Cl, Torpoint PL10 1QB, UK
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Last Sold: AUG 2014
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Miller Countrywide - Torpoint Sales Agent Valuation of this property is £395,000
Chain free detached house enjoying countryside views. Situated in a cul de sac location on the fringes of the Village. Comprising 3 Bedrooms, Shower room, Downstairs Wc, Kitchen, Utility & Lounge/Diner. Benefitting from Gardens, Driveway Parking & a Garage.
Cornwall’s famous coastline is the real draw for many who travel to the South West year-on-year to experience the wonderful sandy beaches, clamber among the natural landscapes and soak up those scenic views.
Millbrook on Cornwall’s southern coast combines all the best bits of the Duchy into one: An excellent coastline, parkland and wildlife lake; beautiful countryside, nearby City of Plymouth, local historical houses and wonderful walking and cycling.
In a Area of Great Landscape Value the village of Millbrook is in close proximity to nearby beaches and is perched on the edge of a fantastic lake, home to a variety of waterfowl.
The Millbrook coast on the Rame Peninsula has a wealth of sandy beaches for visitors to explore. Head to the coast to take in breath taking views and sink your feet in the sandy shore.
In Millbrook village, you can find amenities such as a fish & chip shop, public houses, a café & convenience stores and doctors surgery. For Lanes End Primary School is located just outside the Village also.
Cobbled together on the banks of the River Tamar is the town of Torpoint. It’s perched opposite Plymouth, with views across the water to this Devonian city, and you can get the Torpoint Ferry across to Plymouth for a day out. Once you make it across to Plymouth there is much to keep you entertained with family-friendly attractions, the Hoe, shops, pubs and bars, and green open spaces to visit. Head to the National Marine Aquarium, Plymouth Pavilions, Drake Circus, Saltram House and Park, Smeatons Tower, or even take a trip to Dartmoor Zoo.<br /><br />
Obscure uPVC front door & picture window. Stairs to first floor with under stairs cupboard & radiator.
Obscure uPVC double glazed window. Wc, pedestal basin, tiled walls, radiator & vinyl flooring.
Lounge/Diner (8.36m x 3.25m)
Double aspect with uPVC double glazed windows to the front enjoying distant countryside views & to the rear looking out to the garden. Focal point wall mounted lpg gas fire with tiled hearth & two radiators.
Kitchen (3.28m x 3.25m)
Double glazed uPVC window looking out to the rear garden. Range of base, wall & drawer units complemented by roll edge works tops. One & half bowl sink & drainer with tiled splash backs. Electric hob with hood over, eye line oven & space for a fridge/freezer. Breakfast bar, radiator & vinyl flooring.
Double glazed uPVC stable door & windows to rear garden. Spaces for tumble dryer & washing machine under worktop. Radiator & vinyl flooring.
Master Bedroom (3.78m x 3.56m)
Double glazed uPVC window to the rear garden enjoying distant views countryside views. Fitted bedroom furniture, built in cupboard & radiator.
Bedroom Two (3.25m x 2.64m)
Double glazed uPVC window to rear enjoying distant countryside views. Fitted bedroom furniture, built in cupboard & radiator.
Bedroom Three (2.95m x 2.5m)
Double glazed uPVC window to front enjoying distant countryside views. Fitted wardrobes & radiator.
The front garden has chipping terraces with a patch of lawn. Block paved driveway for one car & access to the rear on both sides. The rear garden enjoys distant countryside views and benefits from a patio, summer house and garden shed. The oil tank is housed to the rear and the lpg bottles to the side.
Garage (5.18m x 2.67m)
Up & over door, uPVC double glazed picture window along with oil boiler, power & lighting.