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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Bodmin Moor, Liskeard, Cornwall, PL14

Sold STC £399,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Kitchen
  • Sitting Room
  • 2 Bedrooms with En Suites
  • Attic Room
  • Family Bathroom
  • Adjoining Annexe
  • Off Road Parking
  • 0.8 Acre Garden & Sheds

Full description

Detached period cottage with adjoining annexe in tranquil setting close to Colliford Lake within the heart of Bodmin Moor. Kitchen, sitting room, 2 bedrooms both with en suites, bathroom, attic room, adjoining annexe, off road parking, 0.8 acre garden & sheds. EPC Band F.

Situation - The property is approximately 3 miles from the village of St Neot and enjoys some stunning rural outlooks across open farmland and moorland. St Neot is a national award-winning village and has a most appealing community spirit with a well-respected pub, social club, excellent county primary school and an attractive church with tower. A more comprehensive range of shopping facilities can be found at the market towns of Liskeard and Bodmin with doctors, dentists and veterinary surgeries, supermarkets and mainline railway stations serving London Paddington (via Plymouth).
At Liskeard there is access to the A38 trunk road which links to the City Port of Plymouth with its department stores, deep water marina and regular ferry crossings serving Northern France and Spain. Some 2.5 miles to the north of the property is the A30 trunk road, which links the Cathedral Cities of Exeter and Truro. At Exeter there is access to the M5 motorway network, mainline railway station serving London Paddington and international airport. St Neot lies in the heart of the picturesque and rugged Bodmin Moor which has extensive outdoor amenities including showpiece reservoir lakes providing opportunities for birdwatching, sailing, fishing and some of the finest riding out in the UK.

Features Of The Property - This beautifully presented, period property is understood to date back to the 1850's and is constructed of stone beneath a slate roof. The property offers numerous character features associated with buildings of its period, together with modern conveniences such as oil fired central heating and double glazing. The comfortable accommodation is clearly illustrated on the floorplan overleaf and briefly comprises a front door to utility area with a built-in cloaks cupboard, space and plumbing for a washing machine, tumble dryer and tall free standing freezer. Downstairs cloakroom with close coupled WC, heated towel rail and wash hand basin set into vanity unit. The triple aspect kitchen is fitted with a range of base units with rolled edge granite effect worksurfaces over, space for Rangemaster cooker with extractor over, double stainless steel sink unit with drainer and mixer tap, space for tall free standing fridge and beamed ceilings. A door opens to a walk-in pantry that comprises a range of fitted shelves. From the kitchen a door leads to the dual aspect sitting room with a fireplace housing a woodburning stove, French doors leading to the garden, beamed ceilings and stairs rising to first floor.
The first floor comprises two double bedrooms with en suites and views over the rear garden, a family shower room which comprises a mains fed shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC. A door leads to a former bedroom which now has a range of fitted shelves and stairs rising to the second floor and an attic room with velux windows, stripped wooden flooring and eaves storage.

The Annexe - The annexe has its own separate access and comprises a dual aspect sitting room with views over the garden. A door leads through to the double bedroom with exposed A-frames and access to the family bathroom which comprises a panel enclosed bath with shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC and heated towel rail.

Outside - The property is approached from a country lane, via a private driveway over which the property benefits from a right of access. Gates open on to a large area of shingle providing off-road parking for numerous vehicles. From the parking area a path leads through to a vegetable garden with several raised beds and a greenhouse making it ideal for the green fingered enthusiast. To the side, behind a beech hedge, is a delightful patio area with a built in BBQ and seating ideal for al fresco dining whilst taking in the rolling moorland countryside beyond. From the vegetable area a path leads to an area of garden that is currently used for a bonfire which then gives access to a paddock area enclosed by stock fencing. To the rear of the property are the formal gardens which are mainly laid to lawn with a variety of flower and shrub borders and an array of mature trees and fruit trees. At the bottom of the garden there is a WORKSHOP 2.82m x 5.03m (9'3" x 16'6") with power and light, TIMBER SHED 1.85m x 3.66m (6'1" x 12') and a third SHED 2.29m x 2.34m (7'6" x 7'8") to side of the property.

Services - Mains water and electric, private drainage and oil central heating. Please note the agents have not inspected or tested these services.

Viewing - Strictly by prior appointment with the vendor's appointed agents, Stags.

Directions - From Launceston take the A30 dual carriageway west for 12 miles. Having passed the left hand exit to Bolventor, take the next exit in 2 miles signposted St Neot, Mount and Warleggan. Proceed for 2.5 miles, passing Colliford Lake and the property can be found on the left hand side identified by a B&B sign. Please note that Higher Searles Down is the property on the right hand side of the drive.

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

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05 December 2016


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