4 bedroom detached house for saleSaltash, Nr Landrake, South East Cornwall
Offers in Excess of £2,000,000
- Heated swimming pool with open linhay/changing room and pump room
- A beautiful 2 storey threshing barn with current planning permission PA14/11599
- 3 Reception Rooms
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- Principal bedroom/bathroom suite
- 3 Further bedrooms with 1 en-suite
- Extensive, beautifully maintained and laid out gardens
- 2 Detached self contained cottages
- Orchard and range of pasture paddocks
- About 38.5 acres
An historic, listed house, set in the heart of beautiful Cornish countryside, with delightful gardens, two separate cottages, range of barns and outbuildings with current planning permission (PA14/11599) with stunning views. About 38 acres.
Lantallack is situated between the villages of Landrake and Tideford, in the heart of beautifully unspoilt rolling countryside, with patchwork of fields and wooded valleys of South East Cornwall, close to the Tamar Valley and about 20 minutes from Plymouth. Lantallack is adjacent to an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and close to the South East Cornish coast, with the South West Coast Path and Whitsand Bay. From the Rame Peninsular one can glimpse the fishing villages of Looe, Cawsand and Kingsand, whilst a little further along the coast are the Daphne du Maurier haunts of Polruan, Fowey, Bodinnick and Menabilly. To the west is Bodmin moor and within easy reach to the east, across the Tamar Bridge, is South Devon, with its beautiful beaches and estuaries and there are many opportunities locally for sailing and other water sports around the estuaries of the Tamar, Tavy and Plymouth Sound. In Landrake there is a popular primary school (OFSTED rated Outstanding), shop and pub, whilst Tideford possesses a butchers shop and pub and both have active communities.
There is private education available at Mount Kelly in Tavistock. Within easy reach to the north east is the Dartmoor National Park renowned for its spectacular scenery and providing many and varied opportunities for walking, riding and fishing. Also, just a couple of miles to the South, is the Port Eliot Estate at St Germans, host to the popular annual Port Eliot Festival. The city of Plymouth provides a full selection of shopping, cultural and recreational facilities and offers private education at Plymouth College.
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