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Withnoe Farm in Launceston by Wainhomes

Launceston, Cornwall, PL15 9LG

3 & 4 bedroom houses
£219,950 - £330,000

 
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A superb Wainhomes development consisting of luxury 3 and 4 bedroom homes ideally placed on the outskirts of Launceston, East Cornwall.

Situated just one mile west of the River Tamar, Launceston has much to offer to its residents, well known and popular for its independent shops, quirky narrow streets and quaint town square, you will be spoilt for choice when purchasing high quality and local produce.

An array of cafes, restaurants and pubs are plentiful, with Launceston playing host to the Literacy and Arts Festival each year, you certainly will not be short of things to do. The town even has a sports centre, clubs and an 18 hole golf courses within easy driving distance

This stunning development is perfect for family households as commuting links couldn’t be any easier. The A30 provides fast and efficient links to Truro and Exeter. Gunnislake train station is close by, providing quick connections to Plymouth and further afield to London, with Exeter Airport just under 50 miles away.

In addition to this, Launceston is a perfect location for growing families, offering great schooling for all ages. From Coombe Valley Nursery, Launceston Primary and Junior to Launceston College, they are all located within two miles of our Withnoe Farm housing development.

Considering buy-to-let? Our 3 bedroom homes offer fantastic investment opportunities for holiday homes because of their outstanding location. Launceston was once the capital of Cornwall and with the Norman Castle dominating the skyline, you can see why! Enjoy the surrounding rolling countryside with Bodmin Moor in one direction and Dartmoor in the other. Prefer the coast? These properties are ideally placed for the North Coast and points of interest such as Looe and Polperro beach.

Part Exchange, Move Maker and Help to Buy schemes available.

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