4 bedroom detached house for sale

Pelynt, Looe, Cornwall, PL13

Sold STC £535,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Immaculate 4/5 Bed Home
  • Stunning Rural Location
  • Separate Really Useful Annexe
  • Parking, Carport and Garage
  • Secluded Rural Valley

Full description

An IMMACULATE 4/5 bed house in a rural valley with separate ANNEXE just outside the popular Cornish coastal village of Polperro. Stunning rural location, immaculate condition, separate really useful annexe, parking, carport and garage, secluded rural valley. EPC Band E.

Situation - Located in a sleepy rural valley, Bosula offers a peaceful haven set within rolling fields of Cornish countryside and yet only two miles from the centre of the popular Cornish fishing village of Polperro. Surrounded by wildlife, Bosula is a real ornithologists dream with over 50 varieties of birds visiting the garden. This attractive home represents a fine lifestyle investment with the rare combination of peace and quiet and with easy access to a most attractive stretch of coastline, yet with easy access to the arterial A38 and the maritime port of Plymouth.
 
Located between the picturesque fishing villages of Polperro and Looe, with their thriving coastal communities and busy harbours, both are home to a small fishing fleet. There is a choice of south facing sandy beaches, the nearest of which is at Talland Bay with plenty of rock pools to explore. There are numerous beautiful walks in the area including one of the prettiest stretches of the South West Coast Path. Golf courses will be found at Whitsand Bay, Looe and St Mellion.

Description - Built in 1957 and recently improved and refurbished to fairly exacting standards this spacious detached home enjoys a sunny aspect with views over the gardens and the enclosing valley. The well laid out property offers a good degree of flexibility in terms of layout within its 2250sq ft. Within the main home there are four good bedrooms and three bathrooms. There is a separate annexe which offers a host of possibilities and has previously been a successful holiday let. Again, there is a good degree of flexibility with this accommodation. In addition, there is a workshop and garage with a further carport and log store and there is room to park several cars.

Accommodation - A large entrance porch with antique oak seating is the perfect place to store outdoor clothing. This leads into the attractive open plan kitchen/living room, the stunning wood burning stove sets the tone, it sits within a beautiful surround, has a wooden lintel and makes a lovely feature. The attractive rustic timber panelled floor is a feature throughout. There is a stunning country farmhouse style kitchen with bespoke units crafted from oak, a double Belfast sink and a Sandyford Aga style range. There are windows all along the southern side which fill the rooms with light and give the countryside views.
 
The sitting room leads through to the dining room, again benefitting from the rustic timber flooring and a feature fireplace. There are glazed doors leading into the garden room which has two walls of glass, the same wooden flooring and a tiled roof. This room is extremely versatile and offers many potential uses.
 
To the rear of the property there is a good sized study and a second kitchen/utility room and a bathroom. Again these rooms afford a good degree of flexibility in terms of use.
 
Upstairs the rural views of the main bedroom makes this a peaceful place to sleep and wake up in. There are numerous built in wooden wardrobes and access to a Jack and Jill bathroom. To the otherside of this bathroom is another double bedroom, with once again with cracking views down the valley. There is a third double bedroom with fine views once again, a fourth slightly smaller bedroom and a good sized bathroom.
The property benefits from solar panels which for large parts of the year heats the water, and both the main house and the annexe are double glazed throughout with wooden effect frames.

Gardens & Grounds - There is a pleasant combination of lawned and decked areas and several places to sit and take in the views and the sun. Mature plants and shrubs and pretty borders complete the lovely gardens.
 
There is a large carport/log store and an additional garage with workshop. The large gravel driveways also offer plenty of parking.

Annexe - There is a separate detached annexe which offers a good degree of flexibility in terms of accommodation and space. The annexe has a kitchen and a sitting/dining area and a shower room with WC. Additionally, there is a large decked area with a great aspect and rural views of the valley. Downstairs there is the main bedroom and generous entrance hallway.

Tenure - Freehold.

Council Tax Band - Band E.

Services - Mains water. Private drainage. Electric. Oil fired central heating. Annexe - bottled gas.

Viewing/Negotiations - Strictly by appointment through Stags' Plymouth Office: 01752 223933 or Email: plymouth@stags.co.uk.

Directions - From the A38 from Plymouth join the A374 at the Trerulefoot roundabout as signposted for Looe and Torpoint. Follow the signs for Looe turning right onto the A387. Proceed along this road without deviation, through the village of Looe and continue westwards out of the village towards Polperro. After about two miles pass a turning for Sclerder Abbey, do not take this turning, but continue straight on and Pelynt FC will be seen on the right hand side. Take the second right (which is marked as unsuitable for HGVs), proceed for circa half a mile and then turn right at the end of the road, bear left before the ford and the property will be found after about 100 yards on the right hand side.

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05 May 2016

Nearest stations

  • Looe (2.6 mi)
  • Sandplace (3.4 mi)
  • Causeland (4.4 mi)
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Nearest stations

  • Looe (2.6 mi)
  • Sandplace (3.4 mi)
  • Causeland (4.4 mi)
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