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6 bedroom detached house for sale

Landulph, Cornwall, PL12

Guide Price £800,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Private Grounds Approaching 3 Acres
  • Detached Country Home
  • Potential Annexe or Separate Dwelling
  • Unencumbered by a Forward Transaction
  • Deeply Private
  • Formal Gardens and Paddock
  • 4589 Square Feet (including games room)
  • Significant Outbuildings

Full description

A unique family home set in parkland and PADDOCK with OUTBUILDINGS and a detached 2 storey dwelling with full PP for holiday letting. Private grounds approaching 3 acres, detached country home, potential annexe or separate dwelling, unencumbered by a forward transaction, deeply private, formal gardens and paddock, 4589 square feet (including games room), significant outbuildings. EPC Band F.

Situation - Set in a splendid location in a truly rural yet not remote location, ideal commuting distance from the Ocean City of Plymouth, Kingsmill Park is set amongst the rolling green hills of the picturesque Cornish countryside, close to the River Tamar which has been the border between Devon and Cornwall since Saxon times. The area, renowned for its warm climate, clean bathing waters and air, is rich in beauty and history.
 
Although set in quiet countryside, Plymouth city centre is only about a 20 minute drive away with all the amenities of a large modern city. The historic market towns of Liskeard, Launceston and Tavistock can each be reached within a half-hour drive. Everyday needs can be met at the local Waitrose store which is a short drive away.
 
Active pursuits, shooting, fishing and horse riding are all available nearby as well as extensive recreational facilities at the St Mellion International Golf Resort, about 2 miles away. Also, there are many walking opportunities locally with a wide network of footpaths and bridleways.

Description - This significant and spacious detached residence stands in approximately 3 acres. Formerly a single storey cottage, the property was dramatically extended by the present owners in 1979 and provides extensive six bedroom family accommodation on two levels with detached two storey games house, paddock and outbuildings.
 
Kingsmill Park stands in an elevated position and enjoys much privacy and seclusion.
 
 

Accommodation - This unique family home is situated in a beautiful elevated position, approached up a long circular private drive that weaves its way through its own gardens and protected behind electric gates. Kingsmill Park is set in a wonderfully secluded position and sits neatly in its own grounds that extend to 3 acres. Predominantly laid out over two levels, the main house extends to a substantial 3209 square feet, divided into six or seven bedrooms, including a deeply impressive master suite, with access onto a large balcony offering stunning views across to Plymouth and the surrounding countryside.
 
Reception accommodation is more than adequately catered for and include a formal dining room with dual aspect and access to the gardens, a cosy snug and a bright sitting room, again with a dual aspect and access to the gardens. There is also a conservatory accessed from the beautiful fitted kitchen and breakfast room. At the far northern end of the main house is a large study or seventh bedroom.
 
Across the lawn from the main residence, there is a sizable detached dwelling, currently being used as a games room, which has full planning permission to be used as a holiday let.

Gardens & Grounds - The property is approached via electric gates that lead to a circular brick paved driveway, which winds itself to the front of the canopied entrance to the property with plenty of room for parking. The formal gardens are remarkably level and easy to tend and planted with a variety of mature trees and shrubs. The property is surrounded by lawned gardens on all sides, offering further potential for those with green fingers. The gardens adjoin open countryside with some views being enjoyed over the surrounding area.
 
To the side of the garden there is access to a paddock which extends to around one acre. It has its own vehicular access and is fully enclosed by natural hedging making it secure, ideal for those with equestrian needs. There are three large outbuildings, which currently provide storage and are ideal for those seeking garaging/workshop space or can easily be converted into stabling. In total the formal gardens and grounds extend to 2.973 acres.

Tenure - Freehold.

Council Tax Band - Band G.

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

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

Directions - Crossing the Tamar Bridge, turn right at the next roundabout onto the A388 Callington Road. Continue through the village of Hatt and after approximately one mile turn right signed Kingsmill. Follow this wide country lane for around a mile and the gated entrance will be found on the right hand side.

These particulars are a guide only and should not be relied upon for any purpose.


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