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5 bedroom bungalow for sale

Delaware Road, Gunnislake

Withdrawn from Market £445,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Unrestricted Smallholding of 1.75 acres with outstanding views
  • Detached four bedroom, two bathroom bungalow plus annex
  • Gardens with rockery and fish pond
  • Various small buildings including stables (some repair required)
  • End of chain sale with the annex currently unoccupied
  • EPC Rating - D

Full description

Smallholding of 1.75 acres with outstanding views. Detached four bedroom, two bathroom bungalow plus annex. Gardens with rockery and fish pond, various small buildings including stables (some repair required). End of chain sale with the annex currently unoccupied.

The property is set fairly centrally in its own land with private drive to the bank and the property occupies a fairly private setting with open views over the Tamar Valley to Devon. Within 2 miles is the village of Gunnislake plus various other facilities including garage with mini-market, fish & chip shop and branch line station at Gunnislake with a regular service to Plymouth. The property is fairly centrally situated between the town’s of Callington and Tavistock both of which offer a good range of services and facilities.

From the road a gravelled drive leads down to a parking/turning space adequate to accommodate some four vehicles with room off to extend if required. Leading off from the parking area is a doorway giving access to the main dwelling together with glazed door which gives direct access to the annex.

Comprises open plan Kitchen/Living Room with L-shaped fitted kitchen having stainless steel sink unit, fitted cupboards and provision for cooker, washing machine and upright fridge/freezer. There is a radiator (radiators run from the boiler in the main dwelling) in addition to which there is a wood burning stove and there are glazed panels either side of the entrance door. Door off to Double Bedroom which is dual aspect with lovely views across the Tamar Valley, walk-in wardrobe and door to Bathroom with half tiled walls, white three piece suite with shower fitment to the bath and pull switch wall heater.

Approached from a rear courtyard containing fishpond and well stocked colourful rockery bank with entrance off to the dwelling which comprises a Conservatory Entrance with paved floor, connecting door to the annex and main door into Porch with built-in shelved cupboard and door to the semi-open plan Lounge/Diner with central feature being double sided open fireplace with fitted Woodwarm multi fuel stove. Both rooms have double glazed patio doors to the adjoining garden with uninterrupted views across the Tamar Valley with the rolling hills of Dartmoor in the distance. Door off to Central Hallway from which the remainder of the main rooms are accessed. Kitchen with range of floor and wall cupboards, inset stainless steel sink, cooker space plus built-in two ring LPG hob, fridge space under worktop, ample room for fridge/freezer, window with views over the Tamar Valley and doorway to Utility Room with stainless steel sink, provision for washing machine, built-in wall cupboard, window and door to the garden. There are Four Bedrooms, the main having views over the Tamar Valley with walk-in fitted wardrobe, further wardrobe area with fitted rails and En-Suite Shower Room having corner shower, vanity wash basin, low level W.C., heated towel rail, extractor fan and pull switch wall heater. Family Shower Room with double sized corner shower, white wash basin and W.C., extractor fan and pull switch wall heater.

The main aspect from the dwelling is over the Tamar Valley where the roof overhangs the dwelling forming a veranda style to the adjoining lawn. On the other side of the dwelling is the superb rockery bank garden together with fish pond which has a filtration system. There is an aluminium framed Greenhouse, provision for rotary dryer and covered patio one end of the garden. The Land comprises various small paddocks down to grass which virtually surround the dwelling together with the following outbuildings some of which do require some attention and repair. Off the parking area there is a covered Implement/Wood Store 14’ 10” x 7’ 3” (4.53m x 2.23m). Workshop of timber construction also off the parking area 11’ 5” x 9’ 10” (3.5m x 3m). In one of the lower paddocks are two timber Stables and Store with adjacent Polytunnel Framework part of which is enclosed. In the field above the dwelling which has a gate off the top of the drive there is an open fronted T & CGI Store Building 16’ 8” x 8’ 5” (5.08m x 2.59m). Some of the fields do have access to mains water troughs. The land in all is approximately 1.75 acres. There is a right of way over the first part of the entrance drive.

Mains water, electricity and drainage. LPG tank for gas hob. Oil fired central heating.



TENURE - Freehold

From Callington proceed towards Tavistock on the A390 road for approximately 4.5 miles where just after the right turning to Calstock turn left within a few hundred yards where signposted to ‘Chilsworthy’. Continue on this road for approximately 2/3 of a mile where just before the right turning to Chilsworthy the entrance to Valley Lodge will be found on the right hand side.

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Added on Rightmove:
03 June 2016

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