2 bedroom detached house for saleTrecombe, Stoke Climsland
Withdrawn from Market £300,000
- Superbly situated 2.5 acre smallholding in the heart of the counytrside
- Detached character dwelling with 2 double bedrooms
- Farmhouse style kitchen/living room with Rayburn
- Sitting room with stone fireplace. Shower room/w.c. and second w.c.
- Stone and T & CI buildings with scope to improve. Open country views.
- Post and rail fenced paddock.
Superbly situated 2.5 acre smallholding with post and rail paddock. Detached character dwelling, farmhouse style kitchen/living room, sitting room with stone fireplace, shower room with w.c. plus cloakroom with w.c. and 2 double bedrooms. Small stone and T & CGI buildings with scope to improve. Private water and drainage. Broadband connected.
Burrows Farm occupies a unique setting with westerly views to the hills on Bodmin Moor amongst fields and woodland with an adjacent range of farm buildings which are soon to cease from milk production. The property has virtually no passing traffic being towards the end of a cul-de-sac with only one dwelling beyond. It is in a popular equestrian area being within 2 miles of Stoke Climsland village where there is the nearby Duchy Agricultural College which hosts many equestrian events amongst others throughout the year. Stoke Climsland village has a range of amenities including primary school, post office/shop, social club, church, parish hall with W.I, ballet, amateur dramatics and bowls. There is a community resource centre with various clubs and activities and a well read newsletter goes out to some 10,000 households in the area. The A30 dual carriageway at Launceston is some 8 miles to the north, whilst the town of Callington is some 6 miles in a southerly direction and a further 15 miles is the city of Plymouth.
Burrows Farm has until recently been run as a dairy farm, however the buildings opposite have been sold off and will cease from being used for dairy purposes.
Nestled into the countryside the dwelling has parking areas either side and comprises the following; farmhouse Kitchen/Living Room with part tiled/part wooden floor having range of Shaker style units with inset sink unit having window overlooking the paddock and wooded backdrop beyond. Cooker space with electric point and plumbing for dishwasher, washing machine and room for drier under worktop. Oil fired Rayburn supplying domestic hot water. The hot water tank having supplementary immersion heater is situated in the adjacent Cloakroom with W.C and basin. From the kitchen there is an opening to Sitting Room which is a lovely character room having wooden floor, open beamed ceiling and floor to ceiling stone wall/chimney breast with fireplace having fitted solid fuel stove. Recess off providing useful Study Area with corner windows and staircase off the main room leading to the first floor. There is a ground floor Double Bedroom with fireplace although chimney only goes to the underside of the roof and this bedroom has a wooden ceiling. Shower Room with walk-in shower cubicle, W.C and wash basin, extractor fan, chrome ladder style heated towel rail and obscure glazed window.
The Main Bedroom is situated on the first floor built into the apex of the roof with restricted ceiling height in part and having dual aspect windows which give views over the rolling countryside to the hills of Bodmin Moor in the distance.
There is a natural stone retaining wall to the side and rear of the property with lawn garden bank to the post and rail fencing for the adjoining field. There are car parking areas either side of the dwelling together with a further parking area alongside a stone Building with timber and CGI Store attached, the whole measuring approximately 30’ x 9’ (9.14m x 2.74m) with the stone building containing a filter system and electrics for the private water supply which is from a bore hole in the field. Immediately opposite the dwelling is a further garden area with T & CGI shed, the whole approximately 120' x 26' average depth. The site extends in all to approximately 2.5 acres, the majority of which is a field with recent post and rail fencing beyond and on three sides are the original hedgerows. There are two field gate entrances off the road together with hand gate from the garden area. The road is Council maintained to the second gate at the corner of the field with the remaining section down to the dwelling and serving the neighbouring property being a private tarmac road. The views from the field are over adjoining farmland, wooded countryside and stretching for miles across to Bodmin Moor.
Mains electricity. Private water and drainage. BT line is connected to the property which has Broadband.
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From Callington proceed towards Launceston on the A388 road where on reaching Kelly Bray after roughly a mile fork off right alongside the Swingletree public house to Stoke Climsland. Continue into the village and proceed straight through it taking the second right turn signposted ‘Trecombe’. Continue on this road until reaching the second crossroads and continue straight over where shown as a ‘no through’ road to Trecombe. Take the first left turn which is marked ‘Burrows Farm’ and continue down and around the corner where Burrows Farm is the next property on the left hand side.
NOTE: there is only one other dwelling beyond Burrows Farm.
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