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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Tideford, PL12 5JA

Guide Price £450,000

Property Description

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Tenure: Freehold

Set in a popular semi-rural location, only a short drive from the A38 & Landrake, this superb 4 bedroom detached barn conversion which dates back to c.1760. Thoughtfully converted in 1999 with attractive decor throughout the accommodation is spacious and very well presented with many character features still in place. The property comprises, a large fitted family kitchen with island units and breakfast bar, a defined dining area with original cloam oven feature, downstairs WC and two bedrooms to the ground floor, and two further bedrooms including the master with en-suite, family bathroom and the superb living room with feature slate and granite fireplace and enjoying fantastic views to the first floor. Benefiting from oil fired central heating and double-glazing the property also features driveway with ample parking and expired planning permission for a double garage, large patio`s and half an acre of relatively level gardens. A truly wonderful family home that needs to be viewed to be fully appreciated.

Situation:-
The property is situated a short distance from the village of Tideford. Tideford lies in the rolling countryside on the north side of the Port Eliot Estate, about six miles west of Saltash and the Tamar Bridge. The village includes a butchers, Montessori nursery school, public house, restaurant, children`s playground and community centre. There is a regular bus service through the village to Plymouth and neighbouring towns. The nearby villages of St Germans and Landrake, about three miles away, have primary schools, whilst St Germans also includes a doctors surgery, sailing club and main line railway station with commuter service to Plymouth and beyond (Plymouth to London Paddington three hours). The town of Saltash has a Waitrose store on its northern outskirts. The market town of Liskeard has supermarkets, vets and secondary schooling. St Mellion International Golf Resort, the South Cornish Coast at Whitsand Bay and the wide expanse of Bodmin Moor are all within a short drive.

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Kitchen:- - 15'6" (4.72m) x 14'10" (4.52m)
This excellent size family kitchen/breakfast room has triple aspect hardwood double glazed windows with exposed wooden sill and lintel enjoying views across the garden towards adjoining countryside. A comprehensive range of oak base and wall units with open ended displays. Rolled edge work surfaces, tiled splash backs, single drainer stainless steel one and a half bowl sink with mixer tap and a matching island featuring integrated fridge/freezer. Incorporating breakfast bar, space and pluming for a washing machine and dishwasher, range cooker with 4 ring hob and hotplate with a feature stainless steel extractor fan above and double oven beneath. The oil fired boiler is discreetly hidden in one of the kitchen units. Inset ceiling spotlights, telephone point and ceramic floor tiling. The kitchen extends through to:

Dining Room:- - 13'0" (3.96m) x 10'11" (3.33m) Max
Front aspect hardwood double glazed window with wooden sill and exposed lintel. An excellent size dining room has space for a large table and chairs. Radiator, inset ceiling spotlights, feature exposed shaped stone recess with lighting for display and ceramic floor tiling. A solid wood door leads in to:

Entrance Hallway:-
Accessed from either the kitchen/dining room at the side of the house or the large wooden front door. The hallway features a front facing hardwood double glazed window with a deep sill and wooden lintel over. Radiator, display recess also with wooden sill and lintel, under stairs recess, telephone point, ample space for furniture and stairs to first floor with shaped balustrading and fitted carpet. From here doors lead off to:

Downstairs Cloakroom:-
The cloakroom has a period style low level W.C. and shaped wash hand basin with fitted vanity unit beneath. Ceiling mounted extractor fan, radiator and vinyl floor covering

Bedroom 3:- - 11'5" (3.48m) x 9'7" (2.92m)
A light and airy good size third double bedroom features a rear aspect hardwood double glazed window with wooden sill and lintel over, enjoying views looking out onto the garden and patio. TV point, ample space for furniture and fitted carpet.

Bedroom 2:- - 13'3" (4.04m) x 13'2" (4.01m)
A solid wood door and steps lead into a spacious double bedroom. Featuring front and rear facing hardwood double glazed windows all with deep wooden sill and lintel over. Radiator, TV point, aerial point and recess with deep sill and lintel over and fitted carpet.

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From the hallway proceed to:-

First Floor Half Landing:-
Skylight window, dado rail and recess with wooden sill and lintel for display.


First Floor Landing:-
Twin front facing double glazed windows both with deep wooden sill and lintel over with a further skylight window. A wide and spacious hallway has space for display furniture and a large fitted double cupboard with shelving providing good storage space. Smoke alarm, radiator, power point and fitted carpet. Doors off to:

Living Room:- - 15'5" (4.7m) Max x 23'0" (7.01m) Max
Solid wood double doors lead into a large but spacious cosy living room with two side facing hardwood double glazed windows offering deep wooden sill and lintel over with a further large feature double glazed rear facing window providing good views over the gardens across fields and out toward the river. Large feature fireplace wall with a mixture of stone, granite and slate surround with an inset log burner providing an attractive feature and additional heating. Inset ceiling spotlights, TV and telephone point, twin radiators and solid wood flooring. The living room is tastefully decorated and one of the many selling features of this property.

Bedroom 4/Study:- - 9'8" (2.95m) x 10'5" (3.18m)
This good size bedroom is currently being used as a study. Featuring a small side facing double glazed window with deep sill and lintel enjoying views into the adjoining countryside. Skylight, radiator, TV and telephone points and fitted carpet.

Family Bathroom:- - 7'4" (2.24m) x 7'10" (2.39m)
This good size family bathroom has a rear facing hardwood double glazed window featuring a deep wooden sill and lintel over while enjoying views over the garden and towards adjoining countryside. Modern period style suite in white to include low level W.C., pedestal wash hand basin and low level bath with mixer tap and shower head over. Loft hatch giving access to roof space, wall mounted extractor fan, inset spot lighting, radiator, ceramic floor tiling.

Master Bedroom:- - 13'5" (4.09m) x 14'1" (4.29m)
A solid wooden door leads into a small entrance hallway giving access to the bedroom and an internal door opening into the en-suite. A well-proportioned master bedroom with front and rear facing hardwood double glazed windows featuring deep set wooden sill and lintel over enjoying views across the garden. Vaulted ceiling with exposed wooden roof beams and inset spot lighting, TV and telephone point, radiator, solid wood built in wardrobes with cupboard space over and ample space for a selection of furniture.

En-Suite:- - 9'2" (2.79m) x 4'9" (1.45m)
A well-presented en-suite shower room featuring a skylight window. Period style suite in white including low level W.C., pedestal wash hand basin and a generous size shower cubicle with mains shower. Radiator, inset ceiling spotlights and ceiling mounted extractor fan. The en-suite shower room has been fully tiled with ceramic floor tiling.

Outside:-
The front of the property is accessed from the lane. The entrance to the door is accessed via a stone pathway leading from the lane, through a small but attractive front garden with a mixture of stone chipping`s, shrubs and plants. The property can also be accessed from the side where a wooden gate leads into a gravelled courtyard providing parking for 3-4 cars. Here there is also expired planning permission for a double garage. The rear garden can also be accessed from here and steps lead towards the side of the property where there is a wooden stable door leading into the kitchen. The rear garden can be accessed from either side of the property. To one side a small gateway gives access and leads round to a large patio area on two levels with ample space for furniture and barbecues creating an ideal area for entertaining. From the patio a path extends across the rear and to the other side of the barn towards the parking area and side entrance to the kitchen. From all areas, the main garden is mainly laid to lawn providing good open space ideal for children and pets as the gardens are also enclosed via stone walling and trees to all sides. In the centre of the garden there is a feature flower bed with a mixture of shrubs, trees and flowers creating a pleasant focal point. To the rear of the garden there is also an additional gateway into a neighbouring field leading towards the river, offering superb walks.

Services:-
Oil, electricity, septic tank drainage and water are connected.

Tax Band:-
The vendor has advised that the council tax band is E.

Notice
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.


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