3 bedroom equestrian facility for sale

Warleggan, Mount, Bodmin, Cornwall, PL30

£750,000

Property Description

Key features

  • A registered small holding in just over 21 acre of ground and with additional moorland grazing rights
  • Three bedrooms and bathroom and w.c.
  • Two reception rooms, large conservatory and sun room
  • Well fitted farmhouse style kitchen and separate utility room
  • Oil fired central heating and UPVC double glazing
  • Detached one bedroom annexe
  • Two summer houses and a large pergola
  • Immediate grounds partly landscaped with a small lake and all land with water frontage
  • Timber loose boxes, double garage, large workshop, two large greenhouses, tractor house and field shelter

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

LOCATION
The property is located within a short drive of the heart of the beautiful village of Warleggan set on the southern edge of Bodmin Moor, well known for its magnificent scernery with the highest Cornish Peaks of Brown Willy and Roughtor. Set to the north of the village Lower Tor House leads straight onto the lower reaches of the moor with fine out riding. Colliford Lake is a short drive and easy ride from the property. The village is located between the A30 to the north and the A38 to the south, both of which provide excellent links to other parts of the county and country beyond.

The city of Exeter at its junction with the M5 motorway is about an hours' drive only and the city of Plymouth is of similar travelling time. The city of Truro is about 35 miles to the west and Newquay Cornwall Airport is just under 30 miles drive with a range of flights available throughout the UK and overseas. Main line railway stations will be found at Bodmin Parkway about ten minutes drive and a similar distance from Liskeard railway station for the main line from Paddington to Penzance. The expanding town of Bodmin is about fifteen minutes drive to the west and Liskeard to the east is of similar driving time.

THE PROPERTY
Having a sheltered setting and well screened by mature trees, the property is accessed by a semi-circular drive with gates to the north and south onto the country lane and is well tucked away out of view.

The property has been considerably updated and extended in recent years and is surrounded in its immediate and most attractive landscaped gardens by the annexe, summerhouse, garage and workshop, then to the front with the delightful large pergola, an ideal eating out area in the summer.

To the side of the garage and workshop a path leads into a lower garden to the east with two large aluminium greenhouses and just to the north of the garage are three timber loose boxes. A gate leads into an enclosed compound area with the large open fronted modern two bay timber tractor house. A further gate to the south then leads into the three main fields in permanent pasture and with a boundary onto the River Dewey to the east. There is also a separate gate to the south of the dwelling house from these fields onto the lane.

Facing down from the house to the east are large field areas with a range of mature trees close to the stream with a pond with a gunnera. A gate then leads to the north into a further field enclosure with part concrete block built field shelter. Then to the south is a further well enclosed small field with an extensive range of mature trees forming a small arboretum and having a lake with small bridge over the river being a haven for various birds and other wildlife.

Lower Tor also benefits from moorland grazing rights over Penkestle, Hardhead, Warleggan and Redhill.

THE ACCOMMODATION
A stable doors leads into the entrance hall/utility room with fitted cabinets, space and plumbing for automatic washing machine and doors leading off to the sitting room, dining room, kitchen and bathroom. The bathroom has a corner bath with mixer taps and shower head, basin and w.c. and a separate shower cubicle and fully tiled walls. The spacious kitchen is attractively fitted with a farmhouse style range of modern floor and wall cabinets, a stainless steel one and a half bowl sink unit with mixer taps, an electric eye level cooker and a Stanley red oil fired range cooker which also fires the oil fired central heating system to radiators throughout the house.
The sitting room faces south and has a beamed ceiling and French doors opening onto the high quality conservatory which has fine views over the gardens and beyond and further French doors leading to the outside.

The second sitting room is used as the dining room and has a beamed ceiling and a wood burning stove set in a deep fireplace recess with hidden lighting, staircase to first floor with under stair cupboard and a further door leading to the south facing sun room. This has a sliding patio door leading out onto the terrace and pergola beyond.

On the first floor there are three bedrooms with the principal double bedroom having windows facing south and east. Bedroom two has a range of built in wardrobes and bedroom three is a single bedroom with door leading into a low level w.c.

THE ANNEXE
This detached annexe is immaculately presented and has two doors in from the outside, the first into an area with a shower cubicle to the left and to the right having a low level w.c. An inner door then leads through to the living room/kitchenette with a stainless steel sink unit and floor and wall cabinets and enjoying the fine views and measures about 13'5" x 11'10". A further door then leads into the double bedroom measuring about 13'3" x 9'11" and again having fine views and a fitted double wardrobe, vanity basin and second door to the exterior. This then leads onto its own small terrace and seating area and alongside this is the large summerhouse measuring about 18' x 9'6" which has doors opening onto a covered veranda and with electricity laid on.

IMMEDIATE OUTBUILDINGS
There is a second small summerhouse to the south of the garden, the large pergola well paved with a mature vine and the two greenhouses previously mentioned both measuring about 12' x 8'. The double garage measures about 17'5" x 14'11" internally and has electricity laid on and an electric and remotely operated up and over door. Alongside this is the workshop which measures about 11'10" x 10' with further rear section about 10' x 6' and again with electricity laid on.
Travel north through the village of Warleggan and continue along the lane ignoring a turning to the right, go past Tor House on the left and then travel down hill. Lower Tor House will be found on the right hand side.

GROUND FLOOR 

Kitchen/Diner 
4.85m x 3.76m

Utility Room 
4.3m x 1.85m

Bathroom 

Sun Room 
5.7m x 1.73m

Sitting Room 
5.18m x 3.38m

Conservatory 
4.27m x 2.67m

FIRST FLOOR 

Bedroom 
3.02m x 1.83m

ANNEXE 

Living Room/kitchenette 
4.1m x 3.6m

Double Bedroom 
4.04m x 3.02m

OUTBUILDINGS 

Summerhouse 
5.49m x 2.9m

Two Greenhouses 
3.66m x 2.44m

Double Garage 
5.3m x 4.55m

Workshop 
3.6m x 3.05m

Workshop rear section 
3.05m x 1.83m

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06 October 2016

Nearest stations

  • Bodmin Parkway (5.4 mi)
  • Coombe (7.0 mi)
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Nearest stations

  • Bodmin Parkway (5.4 mi)
  • Coombe (7.0 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Fine & Country, Bodmin

53 Fore Street, Bodmin, PL31 2JB

01208 626000 Local call rate

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