3 bedroom detached bungalow for saleSt Ann`s Chapel, PL18
- Three double bedrooms
- En suite bathrooms
- Gas central heating
- Panoramic views
- Front and rear gardens
Standing in the middle of its own grounds with generous gardens front and rear, the property boasts stunning panoramic rural views looking towards the River Tamar. St. Ann`s Chapel is a small village situated between Callington and the market town of Tavistock with Gunnislake approximately one mile away where there are good shopping facilities and with two primary schools close by. There is also a railway station less than one mile away with a regular train service into Plymouth city centre. Offered with no onward chain the accommodation comprises; three double bedrooms all of which are en suite, lounge, separate dining room, fitted kitchen and a beautiful conservatory that takes full advantage of the views. There is also a fixed staircase to the loft rooms and an additional bathroom. Outside, ample parking is provided and there is a detached timber garage/workshop with power and light.
L-shaped hallway. Picture rail; dado rail; telephone points; two wall light points; radiator.
Kitchen/breakfast room - 17'7" (5.35m) x 10'8" (3.26m) Max
(narrows to 2.38m) Fitted with a range of matching pine fronted wall and base cabinets with contrasting roll top worksurfaces and tiled splashbacks; inset single sink unit with mixer tap and drainer; Stoves range cooker with two ovens, grill and seven ring gas hob; space and plumbing for dishwasher; space for undercounter fridge and freezer; spotlighting; laminate flooring; uPVC double glazed window to rear with stunning panoramic Tamar Valley views towards the River Tamar; uPVC double glazed door to rear providing access to the raised decked area; double radiator; archway into dining room; multi-paned wooden door to side leads into:
Dual aspect; work surfaces with space and plumbing for automatic washing machine and tumble dryer; recently installed wall mounted Vaillant gas fired combination boiler; windows to front and side aspects with countryside views.
Dining room - 13'3" (4.04m) x 11" (0.29m) Max
Picture rail; exposed beams; telephone point; staircase rises to loft rooms; archway through to inner hallway; uPVC double glazed door to rear leading into:
Conservatory - 23'2" (7.05m) x 9'11" (3.02m)
Triple aspect. Spacious conservatory, double glazed conservatory enjoying the breathtaking panoramic views over the neighbouring countryside and Tamar Valley beyond; uPVC double glazed sliding patio doors to both the rear and to the side providing access to the various raised decked areas; double radiator.
Built-in storage cupboard with shelving; wooden doors into Bedroom Three and into:
Lounge - 14'8" (4.48m) x 13'7" (4.13m)
Feature tiled open fireplace with wooden lintel and slate hearth housing a cast iron Villager multi-fuel burning stove; television point; four wall light points; PVCu double glazed sliding patio door to rear into conservatory with far-reaching views; double radiator.
Bedroom one - 14'6" (4.41m) Into Bay x 13'9" (4.18m)
Picture rail; television point; two wall light points; uPVC double glazed bay window to front overlooking garden; double radiator; double wooden doors lead into:
Bathroom - 8'5" (2.56m) x 5'5" (1.66m)
"Jack & Jill" style bathroom which can also be accessed from the hallway; fitted with a white suite comprising panelled bath with chrome-effect thermostatic shower over and shower curtain, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin with shaver light; fully tiled walls; obscure uPVC double glazed window to side; double radiator.
Bedroom two - 14'6" (4.41m) Into Bay x 9'9" (2.96m)
Built-in wardrobe with hanging and storage; picture rail; television point; uPVC double glazed bay window to front overlooking garden; two wall light points; double radiator; sliding wooden door leads into:
En suite shower room - 6'3" (1.91m) x 3'7" (1.1m)
Tiled walls; fitted with a tiled corner shower cubicle with chrome-effect thermostatic shower; low level WC; inset wash handbasin with storage cabinet beneath; shaver light; extractor fan; radiator.
Bedroom three - 11'9" (3.59m) x 10'4" (3.16m)
Deep built-in double wardrobe with hanging and storage; television point; two wall light points; uPVC double glazed window to front overlooking garden; radiator; sliding wooden door leads into:
En suite shower room - 6'0" (1.82m) x 4'7" (1.39m)
Tiled walls; fitted with a tiled corner shower cubicle with Aquatronic shower, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin with shaver light; extractor fan; obscure uPVC double glazed window to front; radiator.
Wall light point; storage into eaves; wooden door leads into walk-in loft space and doorway leads into:
Loft room - 14'6" (4.42m) x 12'5" (3.78m) Max
Built-in wooden fronted wardrobes with ample hanging and storage; exposed beams; recessed spotlighting; wall light point; PVCu double glazed window to rear with a wonderful vista over the surrounding farmland and Tamar Valley beyond; double radiator; wooden doors lead into:
Bathroom - 6'11" (2.11m) x 6'1" (1.85m)
Some height restriction. Fitted with a matching suite comprising corner panelled bath with shower mixer taps, pedestal wash handbasin, low level WC; heated towel rail.
Walk in loft storage room
Fantastic storage space with the potential, subject to planning, of creating further accommodation, if desired.
The property sits in its own grounds of approximately one third of an acre with generous front and south facing rear gardens.
To the front, a long gravelled driveway leads alongside the bungalow to a large parking area providing off-road parking for multiple vehicles with access from here to a detached garage and a gravelled footpath leading to the main entrance and continuing around the bungalow providing access to all garden areas. The front garden is enclosed by wooden panel fencing to the side and a natural Cornish bank to the front boundary, and is mainly laid to lawn and bordered by some well stocked flowerbeds with a wooden gate giving access to an area of garden to the side of the bungalow completely laid to lawn. From here there is access to a second raised wooden deck with side access to the conservatory.
The rear garden borders fields to the rear boundary and enjoys a sunny south facing aspect and the spectacular panoramic Tamar Valley views towards the River Tamar.
Immediately to the rear of the property is a good sized raised wooden decked area which can also be accessed from the kitchen/breakfast room and conservatory, providing a special space for outside dining and enjoying the garden, sunshine and views. The rear garden is enclosed by wooden panel fencing and is mainly laid to lawn with a variety of plants, shrubs and bushes. There is an ornamental fish pond and a hexagonal pergola with seating. To the rear of the garden is a greenhouse measuring approximately 8` x 6`
Garage/workshop - 15'11" (4.84m) x 15'9" (4.81m)
Wooden in construction with power and lighting; double wooden access doors to both front and side aspect; workbench; double glazed window to rear with far-reaching views.
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