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6 bedroom detached house for sale

St Cleer, Liskeard, Cornwall, PL14

Guide Price £529,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 4 Bedroom Country House
  • 3 Reception Rooms
  • 2 Bedroom Holiday Cottage
  • Gardens and Swimming Pool
  • Vacant Possession
  • Land either side of the upper reaches of East Looe
  • 11 Acres (4.4 Ha or thereabouts)

Full description

A most impressive country residential smallholding with no near neighbours, ideal for those seeking peace and seclusion. 4 Bedroom house, 3 reception rooms, 2 bedroom holiday cottage, gardens, swimming pool, vacant possession. 11 Acres (4.4 Ha or thereabouts)

Situation

In a peaceful yet accessible rural backwater with no close neighbours, approached from a quiet parish road over a private driveway of some 150 yards. Being secluded but not isolated, it finds itself 1.5 miles from the small moorland village of St Cleer with its pub, post office and places of worship. The market town of Liskeard is 5 miles away where one can find a variety of shops, a supermarket out of town stores, educational facilities to A Level standard together with doctors, dentists and veterinary surgeries. There is a main line rail station with services to Plymouth and Exeter, culminating at London Paddington. Also a branch line meanders through a picturesque river valley to the port of Looe on the south Cornish coast. Other coastal beauty spots such as Polperro and the Bodinnick Ferry to Fowey are within 20 miles. Access to the A30 dual carriageway to the north and the A38 to the south are both within 8 miles.

Description

This is a most imposing and very attractive property which lends itself to hosting holidaymakers in the cottage and would surely produce much welcome additional income. The land would benefit from some intensive husbandry and is an area where a family could be self-sufficient. For those who enjoy equestrian pursuits this property could easily support such activities and is found within hacking distance of the moor. The residence possesses tremendous charm and character, though would benefit from some cosmetic improvements throughout the following accommodation:

Ground Floor

Entrance Porch

Stable type front entrance door, rustic stone tiled floor, exposed stone wall feature and inner door opening to:

Dining Room

Inglenook open fireplace and hearth on which stands a woodburning stove with beam over and original inset bread oven. Exposed beam ceiling. Access to the Kitchen.

Sitting Room

Feature fireplace and woodburner stove shared with dining room. Exposed beam ceiling, stone shelf suitable for TV. Dual aspect, French door to garden, internal glazed door to:

Hobby/Recreational Room

Exposed beam ceiling, slate hearth with stone surround and dual aspect windows.

Kitchen

Worksurface areas and base units providing ample storage space, inset circular sink with mixer taps, oil fired Aga cooker, slate floor, exposed beam ceiling.

Larder

Built-in cupboards including food storage cupboard, tongue and groove timber panelled ceiling, slate floor. Stable door to:

Rear Porch

Tongue and groove timber panel ceiling, tiled floor, stable type rear entrance door.

Cloakroom

Low flush WC.

Utility Room

Fitted glazed Belfast sink, fitted worksurface with plumbing for washing machine under, tiled flooring.

First Floor

This is approached by three staircases, two of which serve the two bedrooms on the east elevation and the remaining staircase leads up from the dining room and serves the two bedrooms in the original part of the house.

Bedroom 1

Fitted wardrobes, dual aspect windows and staircase from sitting room.

Bedroom 2

Fitted shelving and wardrobe, staircase from the hobbies room.

En-Suite Bathroom

Shared by each of the bedrooms. Panelled bath, fitted electric shower, twin pedestal wash basins, low flush WC, strip light, Velux ceiling window and heated towel rail.

Second Landing

Bedroom 3

Built-in wardrobes and cupboard, pedestal wash basin, fitted spotlight and mirror with ceramic tiled surround.

Bedroom 4

Family Bathroom

Fitted panelled bath with mixer taps and shower attachment, pedestal wash basin, ceramic tiled shower cubicle with electric shower, low flush WC.

The Cottage

Positioned some 30 yards from the main residence is an attractive detached holiday cottage, which enjoys a picturesque rural setting and affords the following inverted accommodation:

Ground Floor

Entrance Porch

Opening into:

Reception Hall

Fitted airing cupboard and night storage heater.

Bedroom 1

Night storage heater.

Bedroom 2

Night storage heater.

Bathroom

Fitted panelled bath, wash basin and low level WC.

First Floor

Sitting Room

Dual aspect with access to external decking area with a wooden balustrade.

Kitchen/Diner

1 bowl inset sink unit with mixer taps and single drainer, fitted wall and base units providing ample storage space, fitted electric cooker and washing machine, night storage heater, breakfast bar.

Outside

A tarmacadam driveway leads to a large level parking area for several vehicles. The mature gardens have a wide variety of flowering trees and shrubs, including an established Wisteria adorning the south elevation of the main residence, a majestic Eucalyptus tree, Camellias and Rhododendrons. A partially covered patio area leads to the 28' long SWIMMING POOL, which has a patio paved surround and has the benefit of an LPG heating system and filtration plant. There is an area of orchard to the rear of the dwelling and garage.

Double Garage

20'11 x 18'7 (6.38m x 5.66m)

Adjacent to the main dwelling with a work bench and adjoining CAR PORT.

Attractive Former Piggery

12'5 x 7'0 (3.78m x 2.13m)

Stone and slated, divided into two and presently used as a very useful garden store area.

Lean-To Store

20'10 x 14'5 (6.35m x 4.39m)

The Land Extends In All To

11 Acres (12.45 hectares) or thereabouts and is contained within a ring fence. In need of attention and farming, the land has the benefit of a block built FIELD SHELTER 4.62m x 2.90m (15'2 x 9'6 ), road frontage and the upper reaches of the East Looe river close to its source running through the land.

There is also an area of mixed broadleaf woodland which extends to approximately 3 acres and harbours a wealth of wildlife and many species of farm and woodland birds.

Viewing

Strictly by prior appointment with the vendors sole agents STAGS on 01566 774999.

Services

The main house has private water supply (pump system from a natural spring), the cottage has mains water. Mains electricity. Private drainage. Wired for telephone. Double glazing throughout. Please note the agents have not inspected or tested these services.

Directions

From Launceston take the A30 westwards towards Bodmin for 10.1 miles leaving the dual carriageway at the Bolventor turnoff. Within a few hundred yards and just before the famous Jamaica Inn turn left, signposted St Cleer 7.5 miles, Golitha Falls 6 miles and Siblyback Lake. Proceed along this road for 6.6 miles passing the turning to Golitha Falls and proceed to the T-junction at Redgate. Continue virtually straight over, signposted Lampretton and Treworgey. In 0.3 miles proceed straight on, past the left hand turning to Treworrick Farm and after approximately 0.2 of a mile, turn right onto an unmarked lane. Continue for approximately 100 yards, taking the first left hand turn into the private driveway leading to Lower Trelask. Map reference: OS Landranger Sheet 201:232/677.

Local Authority

Cornwall Council, County Hall, Treyew Road, Truro, Cornwall, TR1 3AY. Tel: 0300 1234 100.

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