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12 St Georges Road, East Looe  

Guide £325,000

This three bedroom semidetached bungalow is located on the East Looe Barbican. The property benefits from an open living room with dining area and separate kitchen. The property has the added benefit of two bathrooms. There are also front and rear gardens and a garage en-block. No onward chain.

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The fine details

The Property

A viewing is highly recommended of this well-presented semi-detached bungalow situated in a peaceful, secluded position, tucked slightly away from the road. Located in the sought after and highly regarded Barbican area of East Looe with the local primary and secondary schools nearby. There is a parade of shops that includes a Post office and a range of other useful amenities which are close at hand. The single level accommodation provides a light and airy living room, well-appointed kitchen with integral appliances, and space for a separate dining area. There are three bedrooms and a family bathroom. Other benefits include, gas central heating, uPVC double glazing, secluded gardens to the front and rear and a garage to the opposite side of the road.


Garden To the rear of the property there is an enclosed private garden with a lawn and new decking area. Currently there is a shed in situ. To the front of the property there are two areas of grass with a path through the middle to the front door. The property benefits from glimpses of far-reaching countryside views.


Located on the opposite side of the road a short distance from the property. Metal up and over door entry.


Looe, meaning deep water inlet, is an historic fishing port with an East and West side connected by a stone-built bridge. East Looe centres on its broad sandy beach with the distinctive Banjo Pier. Looe boasts pasty shops, tea rooms and some of Cornwall’s finest restaurants including The Sail Loft. West Looe offers a quainter version of the town with St Nicholas Church by the Ferry steps and a path that leads you past The Sardine Factory, our newest Seafood restaurant. The Jolly Sailor Pub established in 1516 is one of the oldest pubs in the UK and is nestled in the square. Looe also benefits from two schools, a doctor, and a dental practice. The Looe Valley train line has connections to London Paddington. To those that are relocating to the area, here at Carla Jones Estate Agents we are not only selling you a home but also a lifestyle. We look forward to helping you in the steps to finding your new home.

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