* Vacant three bedroom semi detached house
* Repaired Cornish Unit
* Front and rear gardens
* Highly sought after village location
* Rural views of the Lynher valley from the rear of the property
A vacant three bedroom semi detached house situated in the picturesque village of Rilla Mill and having the benefit of front and rear gardens with uninterrupted rural views across the Lynher valley from the rear of the property. The property is a repaired Cornish Unit and therefore deemed suitable for mortgage purposes and is likely to appeal to both owner occupiers and the residential lettings fraternity in this popular location.
The sought after village of Rilla Mill has a popular public house, with the river Lynher running through the village. The nearby villages of Coads Green, Upton Cross and Pensilva offer a range of facilities including primary school, post office, mini-market, doctors surgery and church. There is also a school bus service to the town of Callington circa 7 miles, offering a comprehensive range of facilities and amenities, along with Liskeard circa 6 miles and having the benefit of a main line railway station.
Entrance hall, kitchen with utility room off, sitting room.
Landing, three bedrooms, bathroom and separate WC.
Front garden being mainly laid to lawn and having the benefit of two outbuildings, with a decked seating area and small area of lawn to the rear enjoying open rural views across the Lynher valley.
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