4 bedroom barn conversion for saleBartletts, Callington, Cornwall, PL17 8BP
Bartletts Well is a delightful character property (Circa 1790) consisting of two barns and stable conversion with spacious and adaptable accommodation and enclosed gardens. The property is close to the beautiful river Tamar on the Devon and Cornwall border and situated on the edge of the small hamlet of Bartletts. This quality property enjoys a rural location close to the historic National Trust Elizabethan, Cotehele House, and is set in a wooded valley designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, where there is a variety of bird species, including pheasants and the occasional deer. The friendly small community comprises of farmers, many professionals, artists, writers and their families. Horse riding, fishing and shooting are some of the popular local country pursuits. There is an excellent local village school and Community College nearby.
The property has access from a low traffic and well maintained minor road with a number of good country towns nearby, with excellent veterinary practices, health centres, banks, churches and hotels within three miles. In addition within a 20 minute drive is the thriving market town of Tavistock, voted Best Market Town in 2003, situated on the western edge of Dartmoor National Park with the town offering an excellent variety of individual family shops, and two large modern supermarkets. This town also has a first class range of recreational facilities and education including primary and secondary schools, both state and private sector that includes Mount House, Kelley College and Tavistock Community College.
The house is situated in a tranquil hamlet with two local post offices, Plymouth is only approximately a 25 minutes drive. In addition there is a good rail connection to Plymouth, nearby and there are excellent Express route road links to the rest of the country, with Exeter an hour and twenty minutes and Bristol three hours. There is also a cross channel service to the Continent from Plymouth via Brittany Ferries and two airports (Exeter and Plymouth) with regular flights to London Gatwick and Europe. Several golf courses are available at St. Mellion, (a five minute drive) Tavistock, Liskeard and Launceston.
The freehold property covering approximately 2,250 square feet is set in attractive secluded gardens of approximately half an acre with a central water feature that includes a large ancient well from which the house takes its name. The water here is so pure that the pond has several Koi carp that continue to breed naturally. Also included is a further 2.2acres of orchard/woodland nearby bordered by a mature trout river with fishing rights.
The property itself comprises of an attached two barns and stable that have been recently and tastefully converted into a spacious family home.
The accommodation comprises on the ground floor:
With a cloakroom and well appointed utility room.
Newly fully fitted kitchen which includes an oil fired Aga cooker and separate gas hob. Oak beams and an unusual feature is a high ceilinged separate dining area incorporated from the original stable.
The large L shaped Drawing Room includes a traditional granite and oak mantle inglenook fireplace with wood burner and double patio doors that open onto the courtyard and garden.
On the first floor there is:
Large Master Bedroom
With en-suite double Jacuzzi bath, and two French windows that open onto a balcony overlooking and with steps down to the garden.
There are a further Three Double Bedrooms
There is a spacious landing area currently used as an office set up with BT Broadband connection.
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