A deceptively spacious four bedroom two storey detached property which would benefit from a programme of modernisation. The property has the benefit of low maintenance front and rear gardens with on drive parking for three cars. Currently suitable for cash buyers only due to part of the extension having some block work classified as Mundic Grade B, a copy of the report will be included within the legal pack. The property is likely to appeal to those looking for a sizeable family home or to the building fraternity as a post repair onwards resale opportunity.
The property is located in Dobwalls, a thriving village location approximately three miles from Liskeard market town. Within the village there is a mini supermarket and post office, additional retail store, public house, primary school and church. The position is ideal for those who commute with access to the main A38 road linking Plymouth City Centre and Cornwall. Liskeard has a further range of shopping, banking, leisure facilities, senior and primary schooling and with the railway station from London Paddington to Penzance. Nearby is Bodmin Moor and Siblyback lake for the more active lifestyles.
Entrance porch, hallway, sitting room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility and cloakroom.
Landing, Four bedrooms and bathroom.
Low maintenance front and rear gardens with on drive parking for three cars.
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