A three bedroom mid terraced house conveniently located for the facilities and amenities of the highly popular village of Lifton. The property has the benefit of front and rear enclosed gardens, block built storage shed and communal car parking.
The popular village of Lifton has the benefit of several restaurants, hotels and public houses, post office/general stores, primary school, church, doctors surgery, public transport and play park, with a thriving community and regular village events. Lifton is conveniently situated for the A30 and readily commutable to both Tavistock and Launceston.
Entrance porch, hallway, cloak room, kitchen/diner, sitting room with access to the rear garden.
Landing, three double bedrooms and shower room.
The property has the benefit of enclosed front and rear gardens, being mainly laid to lawn with flower beds, rockery, patio seating area and block built storage shed.
In accordance with the Estate Agency Act 1979 we must disclose that the owner is a direct relative of an employee of Countrywide PLC.
Energy Efficiency Rating D
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