This two bedroom Edwardian terrace house is situated within close proximity of local amenities and offers accommodation comprising two double bedrooms, two reception rooms which could be converted into a third bedroom, kitchen, utility room, family bathroom and front and rear gardens. The property benefits from gas central Heating and UPVC double glazing. We have been made aware the property contains Mundic Block and is therefore suitable for cash buyers only.
The town of Torpoint enjoys a range of amenities including shops, supermarkets, schools, doctors, post office, public houses and commuter links to Plymouth via the Torpoint Ferry. Antony House, Mount Edgcumbe Country Park and the beaches along the Whitsand Bay coastline are all within a ten mile radius of the property.
Lounge, dining room, kitchen and utility room.
Two bedrooms and bathroom.
Gardens to the front and rear.
The seller has informed us that there is Mundic Block at the property and therefore is suitable for cash buyers only.
Energy Efficiency Rating - E
Strictly by appointment only with Miller Countrywide Torpoint 01752 813688. General enquiries Countrywide Property Auctions 01395 275691.
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