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7 bedroom detached house for sale

Merrymeet

Sold STC £495,000

Property Description

Key features

  • ***SHORT TERM PRICE REDUCTION FOR A LIMITED PERIOD ONLY***
  • Extremely well presented detached country residence - home and income
  • Spacious owners accommodation
  • Currently used as 3 reception rooms, 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms with 2x 1 bedroom letting units
  • Great flexibility of accommodation for which viewing is essential
  • Parking plus four car garage/workshop and stores
  • Lovely gardens, patios, paddock, small stable and chicken run. The site in all is less than 1/2 an acre
  • Pleasant rural outlook, yet within 1/2 a mile of main road
  • EE ratings - D, D & C

Full description

Extremely well presented, detached country residence. The property is very spacious with great flexibility and provides an income as there are two letting annexes within the accommodation. Parking as well as four car garage/workshop, stores, small stable and chicken run. The gardens are beautiful with patios and a paddock with a pleasant rural outlook.

SITUATION
The property has a southerly aspect over its gardens and paddock with the main accommodation being on the upper level which gives an enhanced view over the surrounding countryside with the property formerly part of the nearby Trengrove House in addition to which there are just a handful of nearby properties that form Trengrove which is surrounded by fields and just set apart from the hamlet of Merrymeet. Merrymeet is on the A390 road, conveniently within some 2 miles of the south east Cornish town of Liskeard, which apart from the normal facilities also has mainline station and is alongside the A38 trunk road. From Merrymeet the A390, to the east, connects to the town of Callington which is some 7 miles, whilst the city of Plymouth which is the major retail centre for the area is some 21 miles away where there is also a cross channel ferry service.

DESCRIPTION
Trengrove Barn has been in the present ownership for some 6 years during which time the first floor has been used as private accommodation and currently provides two generous reception rooms, farmhouse style kitchen/living room with slate floor and three/four bedrooms plus study, two with full en-suite facilities. The ground floor in its present use comprises two self-contained units of accommodation currently let on Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreements and separately assessed for Council Tax. There is also a master bedroom with en-suite bath/shower room and utility room which has a cloakroom with W.C., basin and houses the mains gas fired Worcester boiler serving the whole dwelling. The property has adequate parking for the accommodation, separate external access to the letting units and most attractive mature gardens and paddock lying on the south side of the property. The size and layout of the accommodation gives it great flexibility and could easily accommodate two families living under one roof, home with superb granny annex as well as an income unit or various permutations. The property is well presented both inside and out and is a credit to the present owners and viewing is highly recommended.

ACCOMMODATION
From the front parking area steps lead up to the main first floor accommodation approached from a stable door into Lobby with glazed double doors opening to the Main Hall which gives an immediate impression of the extent of the accommodation both in levels and depth. The main hall has Two Double Bedrooms off either side each having En-Suite Shower Rooms, built in wardrobes and uPVC windows. There also a Cloakroom off the landing. T.V Lounge/Dining Room with display alcoves, natural wooden floor and end window with views beyond the adjacent dwelling across gardens, fields and to Merrymeet. Kitchen/Living Room having a superb slate flagstone floor, range of Pine fronted cupboards and drawers including dresser effect recess for microwave, inset one and a half bowl sink and with space for Range cooker, dishwasher and upright fridge/freezer. Glazed double doors and steps lead down from the hall to the Main Sitting Room having superb Victorian style fireplace with fitted coal effect mains gas fire. Built-in eaves cupboards, glazed stable door to Balcony with steps down to the back garden and lovely open views. Two Rooms off the sitting room provide either additional bedrooms, one having W.C. and basin and could be a superb bathroom, whilst the other could be an office/study as required with uPVC windows.

Stairs rise from the main landing to an Attic Room which is boarded, light and cold water storage tanks. This area has scope for conversion, subject to any consents that may be required.

The Lower Level has separate external accesses and is also reached via a staircase from the main landing, stairs also having electric stair lift and Central Hallway giving access to two superb and quite spacious Apartments having a Main Bedroom with En-Suite bath/shower room, Kitchenette. Utility Room which has a range of units and a butler sink, provision for washing machine and drier, also a separate cloakroom with W.C. and basin also containing the mains gas fired boiler for central heating and domestic hot water, off this is a small kitchenette.

OUTSIDE
The vehicular access from the road is also shared by the adjacent property ‘Trengrove House’ with the barn having private hard standing in front of the dwelling adequate for some three or four vehicles, whilst on the opposite side of the drive is an open fronted Garage/Workshop 31’ 6” x 20’ 9” (9.64m x 6.4m) plus storage to the side and an attached Store/Workshop 15’ 4” x 9’ 8” (4.7m x 3.0m) with double wooden entrance doors and double glazed window. There is an additional Store Room behind this with separate external access. The side walkway gives separate external access to one of the ground floor suites called ‘Robins Nest’ beyond which is a gate to an enclosed side garden with a variety of shrubs, circular bed and slate patio overlooking the main lawn gardens with mature trees including Copper Beech, Sycamore and Ash. There is separate external access from the garden flat known as ‘Swallows Nest’. There is a further circular patio in the main garden, side hand gate to the road to which there is stone walling and a hand gate to post and rail Paddock with two Pony Stables each approximately 6’ 5” x 6’ 10” (2m x 1.86m) with concrete floor and one having kick boarding. There are lovely open views from the garden over the neighbouring garden and field with beautiful mature trees. Concealed behind the stable building is a Chicken Run and Chicken House.

SERVICES
Mains electricity and gas. Private water supply from bore hole and private drainage both of which are located in the curtilage of the property.

COUNCIL TAX BANDS
Trengrove Barn D
Robins Nest A
Swallows Nest A

EE RATING
Main House D
Robins Nest D
Swallows Nest C

DIRECTIONS
The area known as Trengrove is located on the north western outskirts of Merrymeet. On entering Merrymeet on the A390 road from Liskeard take the first left turn and follow the road down to the cottages turning right and then immediately left and continue for a few hundred yards where Trengrove Barn is the first property on the right on the roadside with the entrance just beyond at the rear.


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