3 bedroom character property for saleMonks Cross, Callington
Withdrawn from Market £695,000
- Beautifully presented accommodation
- Two/three reception rooms, three/four bedrooms, four bathrooms
- Historic former station and station masters house
- Superb views over the Tamar Valley
- Landscaped gardens with ponds
- Fantastic triple garage and workshop with annex potential
- Parking for several vehicles
- Grazing areas with field shelter
- Leisure facilities with swimming pool, sauna and spa bath
- Approximately 2.5 acres in total
Beautifully presented accommodation with two/three reception rooms, three/four bedrooms and four bathrooms. Historic former station and station masters house. Superb views over the Tamar Valley. Landscaped gardens with ponds. Fantastic triple garage and workshop with annex potential. Parking for several vehicles. Grazing areas with field shelter. Leisure facilities with swimming pool, sauna and spa bath. Approximately 2.5 acres in all.
Old Luckett Station is a unique property being the type of historic home that rarely comes onto the market. The superbly presented house in approximately 2.5 acres is private having stunning panoramic views over the countryside and yet is only three miles to the nearest town which is Callington. In a recent survey (November 2016) Callington was voted the third most desirable town to live in the United Kingdom.
Plymouth being some 17 miles to the south either by road or from the branch line station at Gunnislake which is some 3 miles away. Senior schooling is in Callington and there are several leisure facilities in the area including the golf and country club at St Mellion which is approximately 5 miles away.
The house itself is presented beautifully and has been stylishly updated in recent years having two/three reception rooms (including impressive 33’ living room), three/four bedrooms and four bathrooms.
On the opposite platform from the dwelling, the former ticket office has been tastefully rebuilt and is now used as a leisure complex with heated swimming pool, spa bath, sauna and shower facilities.
Incorporated in the 2.5 acres are pony paddocks, field shelter, various attractive garden areas with ponds, seating areas with stunning views, two workshops, triple garage plus workshop with conversion potential and a studio offering ancillary accommodation.
Luckett Station on the old Southern Line was one of the stations along the East Cornwall Mineral Railway transporting both merchandise and passengers. With the decrease in usage of rural railways in the second half of the twentieth century, the viability of the line diminished and it was proposed for closure. They only retained the line from Plymouth to Gunnislake via Bere Alston and Calstock. The short section of the original East Cornwall Mineral Railway approaching Gunnislake is therefore still in regular passenger operation. The other stations including Luckett Station closed on 5 November 1966.
Solid wood entrance door into entrance hall with exposed beams, oak parquet flooring and door leads into the kitchen. Archway with step up opens through to inner hallway with continuation of oak parquet flooring and doors off to the lounge/dining room, ground floor bathroom and the study/bedroom four.
KITCHEN - 5.50 x 3.40m
Bespoke kitchen with a range of oak units, integral dishwasher and granite worktop with inset double bowl ceramic Belfast sink and mixer tap. Matching oak cabinets and Rangemaster double oven with a five ring ceramic hob set upon a red brick platform with exposed stone wall surround and tiled splashbacks. Slate flooring, exposed beams and dual aspect hardwood double glazed sash windows that look to the astonishing countryside. There is an American style fridge and freezer with archway through to the living/dining room.
LOUNGE/DINING ROOM - 10.20 x 3.70m
This impressive room has superb views across to the disused railway track with waiting room/ticket office with countryside views to the other side. The room has several character features including exposed stone walls and beamed ceiling with wood burner set within an exposed stone surround. Hardwood double glazed windows to both the front and rear with double glazed door opening out to the rear patio that was once the railway platform as well as a further door that opens out to the front patio with the panoramic outlook. French doors open into:
CONSERVATORY - 3.00 x 2.40m
Hardwood double glazed windows surround the entire width of the conservatory providing a stunning view across the countryside, the wonderful gardens and the old station platform. There is a striking stone-built bar with wooden top and shelves over, slate flooring and French doors leading out to the front patio with a further set leading out to the rear seating area.
BEDROOM/STUDY - 3.70 x 2.40m
Currently used as a study/office but would make a convenient bedroom with a bathroom next door. The floor is oak parquet and there are recessed storage cupboards with built in shelving above. Hardwood double glazed window is to the rear aspect which looks out to the old platform with a similar window looking towards the front.
White suite comprising of wash hand basin, W.C and bath with a hardwood double glazed window to the rear.
UTILITY - 3.40 x 2.50m
Accessed externally through a door to the side of the main entrance, containing a range of base units with an integral fridge and freezer, work top over and an inset double bowl ceramic Belfast sink and drainer. There is provision for washing machine and tumble dryer.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Doors lead off to all first floor bedrooms and family bathroom.
MASTER BEDROOM - 4.10 x 3.60m
A hardwood double glazed window to the front aspect, built in wardrobes, skylight to the rear and a door leading to:
A spacious room with his and hers wash hand basins inset to a roll top surface above, useful storage units, a panelled bath with shower over as well as a low level flush W.C. The walls are tiled and there is a Velux skylight above.
BEDROOM - 3.70 x 2.30m
Two hardwood double-glazed windows to the rear look towards the old railway line and waiting room whilst a hardwood double-glazed door to the front overlooks the countryside scene. This door opens out onto a balcony large enough to take a table and chairs providing a lovely area to appreciate the wonderful outlook.
BEDROOM - 4.70 x 3.70m
Hardwood double glazed sash window to the front aspect and door leading into the en-suite bathroom.
Suite comprising of corner shower, wash hand basin inset with storage units and a low level flush W.C. The walls are tiled and there is a hardwood double glazed window to the front.
A magnificent bathroom featuring a free standing roll top bath with shower head above, his and hers wash hand basins inset to a granite top with storage units under and a full width mirror above, low level flush W.C. Fully tiled walls and a Velux skylight.
The property is accessed via electric gates and a gravel driveway leads to the house with parking for several vehicles. The beautiful gardens and land are separated into several different attractive sections including pony paddocks, attractive wildlife ponds, lawns and seating areas. There is a large decked terrace with original lamppost (several others in the grounds), this area provides spectacular 180’ views over the surrounding countryside. The land extends in all to approximately 2.5 acres and most of this space enjoys wonderful panoramic views over the rolling countryside. There are various outbuildings including a triple garage with workshop behind that has conversion potential subject to the relevant consents, field shelter, two large storage sheds/workshops, greenhouse and a self-contained studio/annex which could provide additional living accommodation or an office.
The former station ticket office has been rebuilt with timber-clad walls and is now an attractive leisure complex. In the main room is an indoor heated swimming pool as well as a spa bath with the next room having shower, W.C. and sauna.
Mains water and electricity. Oil fired central heating, private drainage.
COUNCIL TAX BAND - G
EPC RATING - D
From Callington proceed towards Gunnislake/Tavistock on the A390 road turning off left after approximately 1 mile from the town on the road that leads up to Kit Hill. Continue over to the junction with the B3257 road around Kit Hill and continue straight over where signposted to ’Luckett’. Proceed for approximately 100 yards where the gated entrance to Old Luckett Station will be found on the right hand side.
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