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3 bedroom property for sale

Chilsworthy, Gunnislake

Sold STC £325,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Detached house with land and stables having superb countryside views over Tamar Valley
  • Flexible four bedroom accommodation
  • Kitchen, sitting room, conservatory/dining room and utility
  • Oil fired central heating and double glazing
  • Garden with summerhouse/kennel, greenhouse and elevated decking
  • Parking for two vehicles plus integral garage
  • Field of approx. 1.5 acres with stables and covered forecourt
  • EPC rating - D

Full description

Detached house with land and stables having superb countryside views over Tamar Valley. Flexible four bedroom accommodation with kitchen, sitting room, conservatory/dining room and utility. Oil fired central heating and double glazing. Garden with summerhouse/kennel, greenhouse and elevated decking. Parking for two vehicles plus integral garage. Field of approximately 1.5 acres with stables and covered forecourt.

The property is situated in the hamlet of Chilsworthy which nestles in an elevated position in the Tamar Valley with views across to the rolling Devon countryside and Dartmoor. The village contains a public house and within 2 miles there is a good range of village facilities at Gunnislake on the outskirts of which there is a garage/mini-market and a branch line railway station with a regular service to Plymouth. The East Cornwall town of Callington and the West Devon town of Tavistock are each within some 6 miles travelling distance.

The property enjoys a superb view over the Tamar Valley especially from the gardens and land. The spacious accommodation is such that the dwelling could be used as four bedrooms along with kitchen, utility, sitting room and conservatory/dining room.   The property has off road parking, gardens, large greenhouse and summerhouse/kennel which could be used for numerous crafts and hobbies. The land enjoys superb views up the Tamar Valley and has a useful and adaptable Stable Building with covered forecourt.

The property enjoys a private site with an established hedge to the road and having pedestrian access to both sides of the garden leading to the entrance that the current owners use as a front door. The door opens into the Conservatory which is currently being used as a dining room, this room has windows on three sides looking out towards the gardens and leads into the living room. The Living Room has window to the front, multi fuel burner and door through to the Hallway with staircase to the first floor and doors off. The ground floor Bedroom is at the front of the property having a view over the Tamar Valley and housing the electric fuse box. Kitchen with wall and floor units, electric hob/oven with extractor fan over, stainless steel sink plus drainer and space for fridge/freezer. A door leads to the Utility Room which requires some attention and within this room is provision for a washing machine and tumble drier. An external door to the side gives access into the Integral Garage with a separate door leading to the downstairs W.C. and wash basin.

Stairs lead to the First Floor Landing with all rooms leading directly off plus a loft hatch. Bathroom with three piece white suite, shower cubicle and storage in wall units. There are Two Double Bedrooms to the rear, one of which is dual aspect. Both bedrooms enjoy a view overlooking the rear garden. Bedroom Three, again dual aspect, is located to the front taking the full advantage over the stunning Tamar Valley.

To the front of the dwelling there is a parking area for two vehicles where the oil tank is situated for the central heating, this is all in front of the Integral Garage which has an up and over door and internal access into the dwelling via the utility. The rear of the property, which is accessed externally from pedestrian hand gates at either side is partially laid to lawn with a large area suitable for vegetable plot with trees and shrubs. The garden has seating areas to enjoy the garden with a patio leading to an 
elevated decking area providing superb views over the Tamar Valley. The outside also has the benefit of a Greenhouse and a large Summerhouse/Kennel in the corner which would suit a numerous amount of craft/hobby activities. The garden measures approximately 85’ x 35’ average.

There is also a paddock of approximately 1.5 acres less than 50 yards from the garden. The field is down to permanent pasture and is conveniently located on the edge of the hamlet being suitable for a variety of uses. There is a very useful and adaptable Stable Building comprising Two Stables with covered Forecourt havingmains water.

Mains water, electricity and drainage. Oil fired central heating.




From Callington proceed towards Gunnislake on the A390 road passing through St. Ann’s Chapel and turn left just after the right turn to Calstock where signposted to ‘Delaware’. Continue on this road for approximately a mile turning right where signposted ‘Chilsworthy’ and after a short distance turn left. This road takes you into Chilsworthy where the property is on the left with it’s displayed.

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Added on Rightmove:
29 September 2016

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