3 bedroom detached house for sale

Duloe, Liskeard, Cornwall, PL14

Sold STC £425,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Beautiful Wooded Valley Location
  • Lovely Rural Views
  • Character Cottage
  • Nearly Acre Size Plot
  • Flexible Accommodation
  • Pretty Gardens with Outbuildings
  • Parking

Full description

Beautifully presented 4 bedroom cottage in a sheltered peaceful wooded valley in a popular part of SE Cornwall. Beautiful wooded valley location. Lovely rural views. Character cottage. Nearly acre size plot. Flexible accommodation. Pretty gardens with outbuildings. Parking. EPC Band F

Situation - The property sits in a peaceful location approximately one mile from the popular Cornish village of Duloe.
Duloe is set within beautiful, green, gently rolling Cornish countryside, the scenery in this part of Cornwall is remarkably unspoilt. Duloe is a pretty village with good facilities that support a thriving community. There is a primary school of Creativity with a pre-school, a recreation ground with a cricket pitch and a thriving village inn with fine food and finer ales. Duloe is particularly well placed, the location will appeal to those looking for a home which is just off the beaten track but with good accessibility to the wider local area.
 
This pretty village is nestled between the market town of Liskeard and the popular Cornish fishing villages of Looe and Polperro. These picturesque nearby towns have many small shops, restaurants, galleries and pubs together with a small fishing fleet. The coastline either side of Looe is beautiful and unspoilt, easily accessible via the world famous South West Coast Path and with substantial areas of ownership held by the National Trust providing a protected environment. As you would expect there are numerous pretty beaches, coves inlets and estuaries within easy access.
 
Both Looe and the nearby market town of Liskeard offer a good selection of banks and supermarkets, with a Waitrose at Saltash and larger stores in Plymouth.
 
Transport links include mainline express rail services from Liskeard to London, the Midlands and the North. In addition, there are air services from Newquay and an excellent continental ferry service to France and Spain from Plymouth, a dual carriageway link from Tamar Bridge (A38 Devon Expressway) to M5 at Exeter and a local bus service from Duloe to Liskeard and Looe.

Description - Dating back to the late 1870s this charming home has since been extended and modernised but still retains much of its original charm and numerous south facing windows fill the property with light. Nestling within sloping mixed woodland the home has a great position with a lovely south westerly aspect and has some strong views. The house is in excellent order throughout and has plenty of charm in keeping with its surroundings. Outside of the home there are plenty of places to sit in the sun and admire the views including a large summerhouse, there are sun terraces and some areas laid to lawn, there is a fine variety of trees and shrubs and some very well established fruit trees and a substantial workshop.

Accommodation - There is a pretty front door leads into the entrance hallway. To the left leads into the farmhouse style kitchen where the pretty double glazed wooden windows look out over the attractive garden and fill the room with light. To the opposite side of the hallway is the large but cosy downstairs sitting room. To complete the ground floor is an area which has been recently extended and comprises of a useful room currently used as a study a large utility room and a modern shower room with loo. There is plenty of space here for storing wellies, coats and gardening/outdoor paraphernalia . There is also a back door giving easy access from this area to and from the outside.
 
Upstairs there are three double bedrooms all with fine views and the master with inbuilt storage. There is the family bathroom and a large room ( over 27 sq metres) which is currently used as a second sitting room but offers great scope for a variety of uses such as a fourth bedroom with en suite.

Gardens And Grounds - The house sits comfortably within grounds of 0.84 of an acre comprising of a pleasing mixture of sun terraces, lawns mature trees and shrubs. There are two outbuildings, one a pretty summerhouse well located to make the most of the afternoon and evening sun and the pleasant views and another larger shed on a hard standing which offers a good degree of flexibility over its use. There is a driveway which provides parking for several cars.

Services - Private Drainage. Mains Electricity. Private Water Supply rented from The Duchy of Cornwall. Broadband. Solid fuel and electric heating.

Local Authority - Cornwall Council

Tenure - Freehold

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

Directions - There are several ways to enter the village of Duloe and on entering the village with the popular Plough pub on your right hand side take the next left and proceed down this small road for approximately one mile. Shortly after a forestry commission entrance on the left hand side the drive to Churchbridge Cottage will be found also on the left hand side.

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15 March 2017

Nearest stations

  • Causeland (1.8 mi)
  • Sandplace (2.1 mi)
  • St. Keyne (2.4 mi)
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34-36 North Hill, Plymouth, PL4 8ET

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Nearest stations

  • Causeland (1.8 mi)
  • Sandplace (2.1 mi)
  • St. Keyne (2.4 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Stags, Plymouth

34-36 North Hill, Plymouth, PL4 8ET

01752 966403 Local call rate

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