3 bedroom character property for sale

Berrio Bridge, North Hill, Launceston, Cornwall, PL15

Offers in Region of £565,000

Property Description

Key features

  • A highly flexible riverside residence with fishing rights.
  • Set high above the river with views over the water.
  • Two bedrooms in main residence.
  • Further one bedroom annexe, making it ideal for multi-generational families.
  • Large multi room workshop and garaging.
  • Beautiful grounds amounting to just under three acres.
  • Offered for sale with no forward chain.

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

This most attractive character residence stands in the heart of this small hamlet amongst beautifully manicured grounds. The principle residence has well-appointed and highly flexible accommodation of two bedrooms with large reception rooms enjoying stunning outlooks over the gardens and banks of the Lynher River. Perfect for multi-generational families the property has the added benefit of a single storey self-contained one bedroom annexe which was exclusively designed by our clients for an elderly relative. Suiting someone with hobbies or looking to work from home the multi room outbuilding has a whole host of potential uses as it has an office, WC and workshop and utility area. The whole setting has to be seen to be appreciated and is really something special with a woodland meadow spanning what is some 300 yards of riverbank with access fishing rights on the river. A true lifestyle opportunity living in this thriving community Chyberrio is a property which demands an early internal inspection.

Chyberrio was converted back in 1979 from a selection of outbuildings and has a history of being both a comfortable home and prior a holiday let. To this day there are the gratifying comments of many holiday makers who have loved their short stay in this beautiful location in the past. Our clients moved in to the property in 2007 having bought it in 2006 and have used it as their home since, having made a number of significant and substantial improvements to the residence whilst ensuring its character and integrity. Today it offers comfortable and character accommodation which would suit a wide range of buyers and those who wish to enjoy being part of the strong community.

Beyond the stone exterior lies the character accommodation which is presented in excellent decorative order and is served by a porch which opens into the welcoming reception hallway. A few steps lead down into the kitchen/breakfast room. The kitchen is equipped with a wide range of matching wall and base wood fronted cupboards with roll top granite effect work surfaces. Included in the sale is an electric double oven, a Calor gas hob, extractor, a free standing slim line dishwasher and an under counter fridge. The kitchen like a lot of the ground floor has engineered oak flooring. Moving through, the formal dining room, like most of the rooms has exposed beams and has an attractive stone fire surround with a multi fuel burner, as well as room for a good sized table. It has access via a sliding patio door into the UPVC double glazed conservatory which has a breath taking view over the gardens, river and meadowland beyond and access into the gardens. Stepping out from the conservatory is a crazy paved seating area which is ideal for alfresco dining during the warmer months. The main reception room is unorthodox in shape but designed perfectly to once again encapsulate the views over the grounds. The main focal point is a striking fireplace added a few years ago which is sympathetic with a stone hearth and wooden mantle, inset is a multi-fuel burner providing a warm atmosphere. The lounge has light assisted from a roof window and further traditional window openings split by attractive vertical granite struts.

There are two bedrooms one of which is on the ground floor and has an extensive range of built in wardrobes and cupboards and is dual aspect. Adjacent is a modern shower room/WC which is fully tiled with a mains shower unit. Completing the ground floor are two useful built-in storage cupboards, one of which is under stairs. On the first floor the main bedroom has an impressive vaulted ceiling and a further fitted wardrobe. The main family bathroom on the first floor has two windows and is partly tiled with a shower unit over the panelled bath. Chyberrio is highly flexible, has attractive latched internal doors, UPVC double glazing and warmth which is generated by oil fired central heating. It has the added benefit of a 4 KW photo voltaic solar panel system which runs on the feed in tariff which generates an average income of £800 per year plus providing free electricity during periods of sunshine. This has approximately 19 years to go and the relative income will stay with the successive owner.

GROUNDS
Externally, as previously mentioned our clients designed and converted a former outbuilding into what is today a very comfortable and attractive single storey self-contained one bedroom annexe, which was ear marked for a dependant relative with mobility difficulties. The use on the annexe at this time is purely ancillary to the main residence but it may be possible (subject to consents) to use for generating income by way of either a holiday or long term let. The accommodation within the annexe includes an open plan lounge/kitchen/dining room with fitted kitchen having a built-in electric oven and hob with a further free standing fridge included in the sale. There is a double bedroom and a shower room with a further useful utility area.

A further key element of Chyberrio is the large detached timber building which has many rooms within including, two storage rooms, a workshop, office, utility room and a cloakroom. It has storage within the attic and has been used for many hobbies. There is no doubt that a buyer with similar interests would find this of use and it could be perfect for those who require space to work from home which is separate from the main house. The outbuilding has power, light, water and drainage connected.

Chyberrio is approached from the road by a private driveway which is owned by the property. Double gates open into the tarmac and gravelled driveway which provides off road parking for several cars as well as a designated hard standing area for a caravan. There is plenty of outside lighting and a useful wooden log store and a generous single garage. The attractive gardens are a credit to the owners and are colourful with many places to sit and enjoy the pleasant outlooks with the river providing the perfect soundtrack. The grounds are mainly lawned with a wide variety of flower beds and shrub borders, well stocked with bushes, conifers and perennials. A good quality summerhouse is strategically positioned to capture the evening sunshine and it has solar lighting. Young specimen trees also feature along with a selection of granite posts providing what is affectionately known as a mini "Stonehenge"! There are a variety of wood sculptures created by the former owner of the property, who was a renowned sculpture with a real eye for detail. The grounds also have apple trees and a number of soft fruits such as currents and raspberries. A small water course that runs all year round meanders its way through part of the garden with a feature rustic stone footbridge over it. An above ground swimming pool measuring 18ft x 9ft (5.49m x 2.74m) is tucked away, enclosed under a dome roof and is heated through an air source heat pump and complemented by solar panels. Adjacent to this is a utility shed and a productive area of garden with raised beds for vegetables. For the keen gardener a potting shed with mature grape vine which produces a good crop will be found along with a poly tunnel. The remaining area of land is a large meadow with a woodland area which is a great sheltered habitat and a real oasis. Our clients have seen a wide variety of wildlife including Otters, Deer and Heron to name but a few. The river which is a major tributary of the Tamar is in its middle course and has species such as Brown Trout and Sea Trout as well as Salmon. The river bank is easily accessible and there are rights to fish along some 300 yards of River. The nearby ancient Berrio Bridge is highly visible from the garden.

LOCATION
Chyberrio stands proudly in a rural setting on the edge of Bodmin Moor in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty. Surrounding areas are made up of similar large country properties within the parish of North Hill. The parish is served by St Torney Church at North Hill. The very top of the tower can be seen from the grounds of the property and can be similarly seen many miles around the parish. Within a few miles the villages of Rilla Mill, Coads Green, Lewannick, Upton Cross and North Hill can be found, all of which offer many village facilities. North Hill has a Public House, Parish Church, Car Repair Garage and a vibrant Village Hall with many activities all year round, with Coads Green having a County Primary School. Upton Cross also has a County Primary School, Post Office/Store, Public House and the Sterts Theatre. Lewannick has a well-stocked Village Shop, Post Office and Doctors Surgery. The property has access to the rugged terrain of Bodmin Moor and in particular the former mining settlement of Minions in the heart of Twelve Mens Moor close to Caradon Hill.

Further comprehensive shopping, commercial and recreational facilities are located in either Launceston (7.8 miles) or Liskeard which is approximately 8.2 miles. A wide range of private schools St Josephs (Launceston) and Mount House and Kelly College (Tavistock). Excellent transport links can be found in the cathedral city of Exeter by road, rail and air (Exeter International Airport) which is about 48 miles. The A30 dual carriageway can be reached in approximately 20 minutes. The continental ferryport and city of Plymouth is approximately 24 miles distant and has regular cross channel services to France and Spain.
From Launceston Town Centre proceed along Western Road towards Pennygillam roundabout. Take the third left hand exit signposted towards South Petherwin heading south along the B3254. Continue for several miles passing through the village of South Petherwin, over the River Inny at Trekelland Bridge until reaching Congdons Shop crossroads. Proceed straight ahead towards Liskeard continuing for a mile or so passing the right hand turning at Way Cross to North Hill proceeding down the hill until reaching Berrio Bridge. Continue over the bridge and Chyberrio will be identified on the left hand side marked with a Webbers Fine & Country For Sale Board.


Porch 
0.94m x 1.63m

Kitchen/Breakfast Room 
3.99m x 3.0m

Dining Room 
4.8m x 3.1m

Conservatory 
3.33m max x 3.63m max

Lounge 
4.83m max x 6.45m max

Bedroom 2 
2.84m max x 4.83m max

Bedroom 1 
4.45m max x 4.83m max

Bathroom/WC 
1.78m x 3.15m

ANNEXE 

Kitchen/Dining Room/Lounge 
3.56m x 3.58m

Utility Area 
1.7m x 1.75m

Bedroom 
3.56m x 3.02m

Shower Room/WC 
1.85m x 1.63m

OUTBUILDINGS 

Workshop 
5.46m x 3.53m

Store Room 2 
3.12m x 3.63m

Office 
2.26m x 3.63m

Store Room 1 
3.58m min x 3.58m max

Utility Room 
1.8m x 2.31m

WC 
1.35m x 1.14m

Summerhouse 
2.74m x 2.74m

Potting Shed 
3.05m x 2.13m

Swimming Pool 
5.49m x 2.74m

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  • Liskeard (7.6 mi)
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01566 487007 Local call rate

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