Hessenford, Torpoint

£220,000 Guide Price
  • Ref: 10479
  • Type: Semi-Detached Bungalow
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Features

  • ABOUT 764 SQ FT
  • 19' SITTING ROOM
  • KITCHEN
  • 3 BEDROOMS
  • STUDY
  • SEATON BEACH 2 MILES
  • SOUTH FACING
  • FULL DG & OIL CH
  • ESTABLISHED GARDENS
  • PARKING AND GARAGE

Full Description

A south facing semi-detached bungalow in a pretty Conservation village on the River Seaton and only 320 yards from the north end of the Seaton Countryside Park. About 764 sq ft, 19' Sitting Room, Kitchen, 3 Bedrooms, Study, Shower Room/WC, Full Double Glazing, Oil Central Heating, Established Gardens, Parking and Garage, Seaton Beach 2 Miles.

Full Details

SEATON PARK 320 YARDS, SEATON BEACH 2 MILES, LOOE 5 MILES, PLYMOUTH 16 MILES A south facing semi-detached bungalow in a pretty Conservation village on the River Seaton and only 320 yards from the north end of the Seaton Countryside Park. About 764 sq ft, 18' Sitting Room, Kitchen, 3 Bedrooms, Study, Shower Room/WC, Full Double Glazing, Oil Central Heating, Established Gardens, Parking and Garage.

LOCATION The property lies in a Conservation area close to the centre of the pretty riverside village of Hessenford, the village has a very popular village pub, The Copley Arms, and lies adjacent to the northern boundary of the Seaton Valley Countryside Park enabling an almost traffic free level walk from Hessenford to Seaton Beach over 2 miles of woodland riverside paths.



Hessenford lies on the A387 with a regular bus service and straighforward access to the A38 at Trerulefoot. There is a local farm shop, with popular café, about 1 mile catering for most day to day needs.



The town of Looe straddles the wide river with its long bridge and stone harbourside which remains important today as a commercial fishing facility, with a thriving tourist industry and popular with boating enthusiasts. On the edge of the town is a branch line railway station which links with the main line at Liskeard (Plymouth to London Paddington 3 hours).



The coastline either side of Looe is beautiful and unspoilt, easily accessible via the South West Coast Path and the substantial areas of ownership held by the National Trust. There are excellent bathing beaches and a wide network of footpaths and bridleways in the vicinity.



Access to the area is good with main roads leading to the A38, west of Plymouth. The market town of Liskeard, to the north, includes a wide range of facilities as does the town of Saltash with a Waitrose store on its northern outskirts. The City of Plymouth lies within commuting distance and has an extensive and historic waterfront together with an excellent range of shopping, educational and recreational facilities. In addition there is a cross channel ferry link at Plymouth with regular services to France and Northern Spain

DESCRIPTION 1 Fuchsia Cottages comprises a semi-detached and south facing bungalow which benefits from full double glazing together with oil fired central heating. The accommodation extends to about 764 sq ft and briefly comprises as follows - 18'sitting room with open fireplace and open plan to the kitchen with door to rear garden. There are three bedrooms together with a study and a shower room/wc.

OUTSIDE Approximately 30 yards from the property a private drive provides off road parking for two cars and in turn leads to the single garage.



The gardens are enclosed, predominantly laid to lawn with established tree and shrub beds. Within the rear garden there are two store sheds. The environment here is rich in natural flora and fauna with lots of birdlife and birdsong in the garden.

EPC RATING - E

DIRECTIONS Using Sat Nav - Postcode PL11 3HJ - approaching from Looe the property will be found on the left hand side past the Copley Arms.