This development offers the following schemes:
- Deposit Unlock
- Part Exchange
- Home Change
- Deposit Boost
Schemes are available on selected plots only, subject to status, terms and conditions apply. Contact the development for latest information.
The Chedworth ticks all the boxes for a family home. The modern and stylish open-plan kitchen/family room is perfect for spending time as a family and for entertaining. There’s also a well-proportioned living room, separate dining room, downstairs WC and handy utility room with outside access. Upstairs there are four bedrooms - bedroom one with it's own en suite - a large family-sized bathroom and another storage cupboard.Additional Information
- Tenure: Freehold
- Council tax band: Not made available by local authority until post-occupation
- Kitchen/Breakfast/Dining Room (5.99 x 2.96 m)
- Living Room (3.36 x 3.96 m)
- Dining Room (2.97 x 3.01 m)
- Bedroom One (3.33 x 3.61 m)
- Bedroom Two (2.66 x 3.39 m)
- Bedroom Three (2.82 x 2.97 m)
- Bedroom Four (2.4 x 2.03 m)
- En Suite
About Trevethan Meadows
Trevethan Meadows Phase 4 is an exclusive development in the picturesque South East Cornish town of Liskeard. Surrounded by beautiful countryside, this is a truly idyllic setting for your new Persimmon home.
Liskeard is a pretty market town with good amenities and facilities. It's close to the A38, providing a straightforward link to Plymouth, 20 miles away, via Saltash. You'll not be far from the A30 at Bodmin for Cornwall's central road route connecting Exeter with Penzance. For time out you'll have the open space of Bodmin Moor to explore on your doorstep. It's one of Cornwall's designated Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, remote, wild and unspoilt. Some of South Cornwall's lovely beaches and seaside towns are an easy drive away too. From The Rame Head Heritage Coast, Portwrinkle, Downderry, Looe, Talland Bay and Polperro, you'll enjoy the variety of cliff top walks, tiny fishing villages and long sandy beaches.
Liskeard also offers a fantastic selection of entertainment and leisure. The town holds a number of fairs and festivals throughout the year including the hugely popular carnival in June, the agricultural show in July, St. Matthew's Fair in September & October and the annual Christmas lights switch-on. The moor is fantastic for walking, sightseeing and outdoor pursuits and the town is also just a short drive from the beautiful beaches and coastline of West Cornwall.
Liskeard has a good selection of local schools and a new school is planned for the future - it will become a popular choice for new families moving to Trevethan Meadows.
Liskeard is an ancient market town which lies in the heart of South East Cornwall. The popular town has long been a haven for tourists. There is a strong tradition of independent shops selling local produce and unique locally crafted goods. Some shops still retain their original Victorian shop fronts and interiors. There is also the popular local market held every Thursday.
Liskeard lies on the Penzance to London mainline offering regular train services to Plymouth, St. Austell and London. The A38 links the town to Plymouth and the rest of Cornwall whilst also connecting Liskeard to the motorway network.
Monday 11:00 - 18:00, Tuesday Closed, Wednesday Closed, Thursday 11:00 - 18:00, Friday 11:00 - 18:00, Saturday 11:00 - 18:00, Sunday 11:00 - 18:00