6 Endsleigh Terrace, Liskeard PL14 6BN, UK
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Last Sold: JUN 1997
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AI think: £178,479
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Agents think: £185,000 1 agent(s) valuations found
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Accommodation The property is approached through a timber front door over a granite doorstep into the entrance porch. Adorned with period floor tiles the porch opens into the main hallway, where there are stairs that rise to the first floor, a door to the lounge and opening into the separate dining room.
The lounge hosts a cast iron multi-fuel burner, sat within an inglenook, on a tiled hearth with a wooden mantle over and attractive exposed brick work. Bay window giving partial countryside views and picture rail.
An art-deco fire place with storage to the alcoves, the dining room has a window to the rear elevation and storage under the stair void. An opening leads into the kitchen.
Comprising base mounted units with sliding cutlery drawers and a roll edge work surface. A stainless steel sink unit, space for a free standing cooker and storage to the alcoves. Tiled to splash back areas, a window and courtesy door in to the utility room/conservatory.
Benefitting from two storage cupboards and space for white goods, the utility room has a polycarbonate roof and a double glazed door on to the rear garden.
From the half landing there is a door off to the family bathroom, from here the stairs continue to a galleried landing where there is access to the loft void and doors off to the bedroom accommodation.
The family bathroom comprises panel bath with shower over, a low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin and a window to the side.
The master bedroom is set to the rear over looking the garden with a lovely cast iron fireplace. Bedrooms two and three both over-look the front with partial countryside views, bedroom two also has a charming fireplace.
Externally the home offers gardens front and back. The front offers a patio area adjacent to the house itself with an attractive period storm porch over. Views can be enjoyed of open fields in the distance.
The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn and boarded by a colour of mature plants, shrubs and hedging. A pathway leads to a timber shed and there is an element of shared access adjacent to the back door.
A particular feature of the garden is the seating area located beneath a pergola complete with climbing Wisteria.