A most appealing detached bungalow built in the 1970s of brick construction in a tucked-away location with pleasant views over surrounding farmland. The accommodation is illustrated on the floorplan overleaf and briefly comprises: an entrance hall with doors opening to 3 bedrooms and a well-appointed family bathroom. The living room has a feature stone fireplace housing a wood-burning stove and a picture window to the front aspect. A door leads into the kitchen which has a range of base and wall-mounted units with laminated work surfaces, a 1½ bowl stainless steel sink, integrated hob with extractor fan over and built-in oven. There is an opening into the generous-sized conservatory which enjoys outlooks over the garden to farmland beyond. From the kitchen, a door leads into the rear entrance porch with door to the rear garden and access to the garage with an up and over door and is currently divided into a utility room and cloakroom/wc.
The property is situated on the fringe of Egloskerry, a popular village with a primary school and thriving village hall. The village has a twice daily bus service to Launceston which is only 4 miles distant with a range of supermarkets, doctors', dentists' and veterinary surgeries together with further educational facilities and two testing 18-hole golf courses nearby. At either Launceston or Kennards House there is access to the A30 trunk road which links the Cathedral Cities of Truro and Exeter. At Exeter there is access to the mainline railway station serving London Paddington, M5 motorway network and an International Airport. The property lies some 13 miles from the majestic North Cornish coast with its wide range of sandy beaches and cliff walks.
The property is approached from the cul de sac to a gravelled driveway providing off road parking for several vehicles. The gardens are to the rear and side of the property laid mainly to gravel with mature flower beds and vegetable garden with raised beds and a pair of greenhouses. Timber summer house with views over the garden and farmland beyond.