46 Hengar Manor, St. Tudy, Bodmin, Cornwall, PL30 3PL
2 bedroom holiday bungalow in Cornwall
Sold for £56,000
A Long Leasehold Holiday Bungalow
Property DescriptionA two bedroom holiday bungalow, situated on Hengar Manor Holiday Park set in 35 acres of park and woodland with a 9 hole golf course, tennis courts, fishing lake, swimming pool and restaurant, suitable for use as a family holiday home or as a furnished holiday let.
AccommodationOpen plan lounge/kitchen/diner with integrated appliances, One Double Bedroom, One Twin Bedroom, both with built in wardrobes, Fully tiled Bathroom with underfloor heating.
Private patio, allocated parking space, communal gardens and grounds.
The property is sold fully furnished and equipped. The current owners let the property privately, but any new owner would have the option of utilising the park's letting service, or simply using the bungalow for their own holiday use.
Energy Performance RatingF.
TenureLeasehold (approx. 978 years unexpired) – Vacant possession upon completion.
Auctioneers NotePlease note offers may be considered prior to the Auction Sale.
Remote Bidding AuctionThis property is being offered via a remote bidding auction with bidding by proxy, telephone or internet only. You will need to pre-register for remote bidding, provide your identification and debit card details no later than 24 hours prior to the auction, please visit our website for further details.
ViewingsExternal viewings only.
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REMOTE BIDDING AUCTION
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