4 bedroom detached house for sale

Quethiock, Liskeard, Cornwall

Sold STC £300,000

Property Description

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A beautifully presented detached Victorian, double fronted period house which is in extremely fine order throughout and would make an ideal family home. The accommodation comprises entrance hall with character features, a lovely sitting room, a full length lounge/dining room, cottage style kitchen / breakfast room and generous ground floor bathroom. The first floor offers four double bedrooms all enjoying countryside views, shower room and study. Complemented with double glazed windows, oil fired central heating, gardens landscaped to the rear, a double garage and brick paved driveway providing parking for two to three cars. Further more, there is a full property length and width cellar, which is partly used as utility, but in the main makes an ideal work store and games/music room. A viewing internally and externally is highly recommended.

The property is situated in the quintessential Cornish village of Quethiock, a beautiful central, rural spot approximately 6 miles from Liskeard and Callington Towns. The village offers a primary school and church and the nearby village of Menheniot offers a general store and post office, public house, an extremely well recognised primary and pre-school, churches and branch line railway. Liskeard being the primary and local town, offers a wider range of retail amenities to include produce shops, banking and leisure facilities and the main line railway link from London Paddington to Penzance. The location of the property is ideally placed for the main commuter roads joining Plymouth City Centre and the rest of Cornwall.

Detached Victorian house with countryside views
Four double bedrooms and study
Sitting room
Lounge / dining room
Cottage style kitchen / breakfast room
Bathroom and shower room
Double glazing and central heated
Full length cellar with utility
Landscaped gardens
Double garage and driveway parking


Teesdale William Coryton, of Pentillie Ccastle, St. Mellion, had Teesdale built in 1897 on land which was part of the Pentillie estate. It was originally built for the local shop keeper and the house itself remained a shop until the nineteen eighties, when it was sold and converted into a family home. The present owners have lived in the house for more than twenty five years and made it into a fine family residence. Here they have enjoyed the peaceful hamlet not far from the local moors, several footpaths and bridle ways are in and around the area, ideal for walkers and horses.

Entrance Hall Solid timber door gives access to the entrance hall. Access to sitting room, lounge / diner, kitchen, family bathroom, under stairs storage cupboard and stairs ascend to the first floor accommodation.

Sitting Room16' x 15'10" (4.88m x 4.83m). Dual aspect double glazed uPVC windows facing the front with deep sills. Radiator and a feature fire place with wood surround and inset gas fire, carpeted flooring, dado rail and wall lights. There is a serving hatch to the kitchen.

Lounge12'6" x 11'7" (3.8m x 3.53m). Double glazed uPVC window facing the front. Radiator and feature fire place with gas fire, solid oak laminate flooring. Open archway to the dining area.

Dining Room12'9" x 11'7" (3.89m x 3.53m). Double glazed uPVC window facing the rear overlooking the garden. Radiator, solid oak laminate flooring. Ample space for a large family dining table.

Kitchen / breakfast room14' x 9'3" (4.27m x 2.82m). A lovely cottage style kitchen comprising uPVC double glazed window to rear elevation, a range of pine drawer, wall and base units under contrasting roll edge working surfaces, built in pantry cupboard, space for LPG Range cooker with tiled splash back and extractor hood over, recesses with shelving to both sides, one and a half bowl inset sink unit with Victorian style mixer taps, space and plumbing for dishwasher, space and plumbing for upright fridge/freezer, breakfast bar with cupboards under, inset ceiling lights, glazed hatch window through to sitting room. A stable door leads to a covered storm porch to the rear.

Bathroom8'11" x 8'8" (2.72m x 2.64m). Double glazed uPVC window with obscure glass facing the rear. Radiator, tiled flooring, part tiled walls. Low level WC, corner bath, single enclosure shower and electric shower, pedestal sink, extractor fan and shaving point.

Landing Double glazed uPVC window facing the rear with far reaching countryside views. Access to the bedrooms and shower room.

Master Bedroom13'3" x 12'9" (4.04m x 3.89m). Double glazed uPVC window facing the front overlooking fields. Radiator, fitted wardrobes, carpeted flooring

Bedroom15'11" x 12'11" (4.85m x 3.94m). Double glazed uPVC window facing the rear overlooking fields. Radiator, laminate flooring, fitted wardrobes.

Bedroom13'1" x 11'8" (3.99m x 3.56m). Double glazed uPVC window facing the rear overlooking fields. Radiator, laminate flooring, fitted wardrobes.

Bedroom12'9" x 11'9" (3.89m x 3.58m). Double glazed uPVC window facing the front overlooking fields. Radiator, carpeted flooring, fitted wardrobes.

Study6'9" x 5'11" (2.06m x 1.8m). Double glazed uPVC window facing the front overlooking fields. Radiator, carpeted flooring.

Shower Room Double glazed uPVC window with obscure glass facing the rear. Heated towel rail, tiled walls. Low level WC, single enclosure shower and electric shower, vanity unit, shaving point.

Cellar31' x 24' (9.45m x 7.32m). Approximate size 31'0 x 24'0. The cellar is accessed from the rear with a restricted head height timber door and internally has been split into two. There is a utility area with lots of space and plumbing for a washing machine and dryer. The current owners have used this space for a workshop / store, music room.

Garage19'2" x 18'3" (5.84m x 5.56m). Electric roller door to the front and Double glazed uPVC window facing the rear. Light and power connected.

Exterior The property is approached by a metal five bar gate giving access to a brick paved parking area in front of the double garage providing parking for two to three cars, with remote controlled up and over door garage, courtesy door to the rear. There is small garden area to the front and side of the garage where the oil tank can be located. The rear garden is considered to be a generous size, privately enclosed and enjoys a south westerly aspect with an outside tap. The exterior has been landscaped with care in recent years with a level lawn area over the top tier with a small raised deck and Pergola surrounded by mature trees, plants and bushes and flowering borders. Steps lead down to a lower terrace where there is a large decked area which has been recently restored and external lighting helps lead the way. Further steps continues down again where there is a ornamental pond with rockery, with raised vegetable patches, spaces for greenhouse or timber sheds and external power points.


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14 May 2016

Nearest stations

  • Menheniot (2.6 mi)
  • Liskeard (4.0 mi)
  • St. Keyne (4.5 mi)
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18 Fore Street, Liskeard, PL14 3JB

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01579 531001 Local call rate

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Nearest stations

  • Menheniot (2.6 mi)
  • Liskeard (4.0 mi)
  • St. Keyne (4.5 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Stratton Creber, Liskeard

18 Fore Street, Liskeard, PL14 3JB

01579 531001 Local call rate

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