4 bedroom detached bungalow for saleClampit, Callington
- Attractive and spacious detached country bungalow with open views to Bodmin Moor
- Spacious accommodation with four bedrooms and two bathrooms, one being en-suite
- General purpose agricultural building/workshop of some 2300 sq ft
- Attractive and well maintained gardens and grounds including large pond and feature red telephone box
- Superb views from both the dwelling and grounds which extend in all to approximately 1.8 acres
- The property is subject to an Agricultural Tie
- Interested parties are advised to speak to the agents prior to requesting a viewing
Attractive and spacious detached country bungalow with open views to Bodmin Moor
Spacious accommodation with four bedrooms and two bathrooms, one being en-suite
General purpose agricultural building/workshop of some 2300 sq ft
Attractive and well maintained gardens and grounds including large pond and feature red telephone box
Superb views from both the dwelling and grounds which extend in all to approximately 1.8 acres
The property is subject to an Agricultural Tie and interested parties are advised to speak to the agents prior to requesting a viewing
The property occupies a rural site of approximately 1.8 acres being set just above a working farm in a private setting with uninterrupted westerly views over rolling countryside to the hills on Bodmin Moor. The property is within a 1/4 of a mile of the B3257 road which provides a link to the A30 where there is a garage and mini-market just on the eastern edge of Bodmin Moor to the north, whilst taking the B3257 to the south it connects with the East Cornwall town of Callington where there are two supermarkets, late night Spar, health centre, vets, schooling, etc. The major East Cornwall town of Launceston is roughly 6 miles to the north east alongside the A30 and offers a fine range of facilities together with an 18 hole golf course. The A30 going east out of the county links with the M5 at Exeter roughly an hour driving distance away.
The dwelling is of traditional construction with a low maintenance exterior, double glazed windows and has an oil fired central heating system plus an independent gas fire (LPG) in the sitting room. The property was completed by the present owners including landscaping the gardens and for ease of access and manoeuvrability a double width tarmac drive flanked by natural stone walling gives a most impressive and easy access to generous parking and turning to the dwelling with a separate drive to the general purposes agricultural building which is discretely set at a lower level away from the dwelling. Viewing of this superbly present property, which is a credit to the present owners, is highly recommended.
From the concrete farm drive impressive galvanised double gates open onto a double width tarmac drive which is flanked by stone retaining walls to garden and rockery areas adjoining and leads around to an extremely generous tarmac parking and turning area ideal for large vehicles and or trailers. The property is approached by an Open Fronted Porch with granite roller support feature and half glazed door opening to the Kitchen/Living Room. This is a well proportioned room with superb view from the kitchen sink to Bodmin Moor, the fitted kitchen area has five ring gas hob, built-in electric oven, inset one and a half bowl sink, provision for dishwasher, built-in Bosch dishwasher and integrated fridge. Hatch with pull-down ladder to insulated (apart from over the inset lights to the kitchen) part boarded roof space which also houses the T.V. aerial. The kitchen/living room is the hub of the property with all the main rooms leading off from there including Cloaks Cupboard and Walk-in Cupboard both with electric lights. The Sitting Room is a lovely triple aspect room with the main view being over the front garden to Bodmin Moor, glazed French doors to the porch and the main focal point is a coal effect gas fire with granite hearth and mantle.
The Principal Bedroom is a double room with built-in double wardrobe, T.V. point and En-Suite Bathroom comprising panelled bath set in a fully tiled surround with shower fitment and screen, pedestal wash basin, low level W.C., shaver point, radiator and obscure glazed window. There are Three Further Bedrooms, one with built-in wardrobe and one which is currently used as a study all having windows to the rear elevation. The Side Porch has provision for fridge and freezer if required, two built-in shelved airing cupboards each with radiator, freestanding double cupboard, electric trip fuses and door to Shower Room with generous sized tiled shower, low level W.C., wash basin, shaver point and obscure glazed window. Half glazed door off the porch opens to Utility Room with plumbing for washing machine, fitted wall cupboard, half glazed door to the front parking area and hardwood door with safety glass and steps down to the Integral Garage with fitted sink, plumbing for washing machine, boiler for central heating and domestic hot water, double glazed window to the rear and double width electric roller door.
The property has a wonderful private setting with some attractive mature gardens having on the higher side of the dwelling a well stocked flower and shrub garden with some mature Oak and Sycamore trees as a backdrop and steps leading up to the higher level lawn garden which gives elevated views over the rolling countryside and to the hills of Bodmin Moor. There are various areas of shrubs within the lawn area and a large ornamental pond which attracts wildlife to the garden. The lawn extends to the lower side of the dwelling with post and rail fence to the side beyond which is a lower level with a further lawn area and the superb workshop building. Just inside the double drive gates a hardcore drive leads off down to the Workshop 59’ x 39’ (18m x 12m) internally. A clear spanned steel frame building with pedestrian door and roller door which gives generous access for both wide and tall vehicles or machinery. There is a fitted work bench with vice, electric connected with overhead lights in addition to natural light from some clear roofing. To one side of the workshop on a concrete base there is a Storage Container 18’ x 7’ (5.48m x 2.13m). The dwelling, general purpose agricultural building/workshop are all well presented and maintained and the site extends in all to approximately 1.8 acres.
Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Bottle gas supply for sitting room fire and kitchen hob. Oil fired central heating.
COUNCIL TAX BAND C
EE RATING D
From Callington proceed towards Launceston on the A388 road bearing off left after approximately 2 miles onto the B3257 road to Coads Green. Continue on this road passing through the village of Bray Shop and after a further 1.5 miles turn left just after the left turn to Rilla Mill where signposted ‘Bathpool 1 3/4’. Proceed for a few hundred yards and take the left turn onto the concrete drive marked ‘Clampits’ where a little way down the drive the
entrance to Colrose is off to the right.
NOTE: The vendors are related to a director of Kivells Ltd.
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