5 bedroom country house for sale

Landlooe Bridge, St. Keyne, Liskeard

£550,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Detached farmhouse nestled in its own land in the sheltered Looe Valley
  • Versatile five/six bedroom accommodation with Master En-Suite
  • Two gracious reception rooms and family kitchen/breakfast room
  • Boasting character features including exposed stone and timbers
  • Stone built and modern outbuildings with scope for development
  • Private and established formal gardens with terraces, lawns and ponds
  • Pasture paddock ideal for buyers with equestrian or agricultural interests
  • East Looe river running along the entire length of the property and land
  • Conveniently situated in walking distance of Causeland railway station
  • A rare gem in this private, tucked away setting-In all about 9 acres

Full description

Detached farmhouse nestled in its own land in the sheltered Looe Valley
Versatile five/six bedroom accommodation with Master En-Suite
Two gracious reception rooms and family kitchen/breakfast room
Boasting character features including exposed stone and timbers
Double glazing and oil fired radiator centrally heated
Stone built and modern outbuildings with scope for development
Private and established formal gardens with terraces, lawns and ponds
Pasture paddock ideal for buyers with equestrian or agricultural interests
East Looe river running along the entire length of the property and land
Conveniently situated in walking distance of Causeland railway station
A rare gem in this private, tucked away setting-In all about 9 acres

Situation - St Keyne is a pretty rural Cornish village known for its famous well or sacred spring, which dates back to the sixth century. Within the village is the Parish Church, and railway station providing national rail links. The fishing port of Looe is only 6 miles away with sandy beaches and delightful coastal walks. Duloe village is 2 miles away with a lovely country pub with restaurant. The market town of Liskeard is also within 3 miles providing town centre facilities along with a retail park, supermarkets, leisure centre, community hospital and both primary and secondary schools. Also the A38 dual carriageway is easily accessible with direct access to Plymouth, Devon and westbound further into Cornwall

Ground Floor -

Reception Porch/Boot Room - uPVC partially obscured and leaded double glazed entrance door, tiled floor for ease of cleaning and display shelving. A partially glazed door opens to the dining room

Dining Room - Front aspect window, stairs rising to first floor accommodation and under stairs storage cupboard

Kitchen/Breakfast Room - A light and airy family room at the heart of the home with two windows overlooking the gardens to the rear and some exposed stonework. The breakfast area features fitted carpet with ample space for a large family breakfast table. The kitchen features ceramic tiled flooring and a Pine suite comprising matching base units, tall larder unit and cream coloured glass display cabinets complemented by working surfaces with inset single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, salad rinser and ceramic tiled surrounds. Cooking is provided by a Rangemaster electric range with oven, grill and extractor canopy

Sitting Room - A triple aspect reception room with exposed timber beams, a wealth of exposed stonework and slate hearth housing a wood burning stove. From the sitting room sliding double glazed doors open to the terrace and garden and take in a pleasant wooded outlook across the property's land

Side Lobby - With partially double glazed and obscured door opening to the side passage

Ground Floor Bedroom/Hobby Room - With front aspect window and built in storage

Utility/Cloak Room - Tiled flooring, WC and working surface with inset stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap and provision for a washing machine with plumbing available

First Floor -

Landing - Loft access hatch, walk in airing cupboard and doors off to all first floor rooms

Bedroom One - A spacious master bedroom at the rear taking in superb views across the property's gardens and land with a feature archway opening to the dressing room

En-Suite Bathroom - Bamboo flooring, chrome towel radiator, ceiling down lighters and partial aqua boarding to walls. The suite comprises a large walk in shower enclosure with Mira electric shower, panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, vanity unit with inset wash basin and WC

Bedroom Two - A light and airy dual aspect bedroom overlooking open fields

Bedroom Three - Front aspect double bedroom with built in wardrobe

Bedroom Four - Front aspect double bedroom with built in wardrobe

Bedroom Five - A versatile bedroom overlooking the rear garden which can be self contained with access via an independent external staircase and side aspect door

Family Bathroom - Tile effect vinyl flooring, partial aqua boarding to walls and coloured suite comprising a panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, pedestal wash basin with glass tiled splash back and WC

Outside -

Two Storey Stone Barn - This stand alone detached structure located adjacent to the farmhouse is currently used for storage but has ample scope for conversion into a residential dwelling or holiday let subject to any necessary planning consent with access from both the garden and at first floor level from the driveway

Former Cattle Shed/Workshop - A versatile detached building which was formerly used as a cattle shed. This is located within the gardens and is currently used as a storage workshop with power supply

Stone Shippen - A detached stone structure located just beside the main farmhouse with excellent scope for conversion subject to planning permission

Gardens - The property is beautifully nestled in its own land extending to over 9 acres in total. This comprises formal gardens to the rear and side of the farmhouse which are laid to lawn and relatively level, interspersed with a varying range of mature trees, shrubs and perennials. A paved terrace and gravelled courtyard extends along the rear and side of the dwelling creating a private environment for outdoor living and taking advantage of the sun at various times of the day. Also, within the formal grounds there are various ponds which are a haven for wildlife. Beyond these grounds there is a water meadow which leads down to the footpath which crosses the Looe Valley Railway Line.The access driveway opens to an expanse of parking for numerous vehicles which is also gated and secure and from here there is vehicular access to the pasture paddock which is in grass and extends to approximately 6 acres alone

Services - Mains electricity and water. Private drainage to cesspit. Oil for central heating

Council Tax Band - E

Epc - E

Directions - From Liskeard centre, proceed along Barn Street and continue out of town on Station Road (B3254), passing the railway station on the left. Stay on this road for approximately 2.5 miles until you enter the village of St Keyne. On exiting the village turn off left just before the church and stay on this road bearing sharp right at Lower Locrenton and follow the Looe Valley railway line. Turn left and cross Landlooe Bridge and the property can be seen on the left, identified by the Parkes & Pearn 'For Sale' sign


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Added on Rightmove:
08 September 2017

Nearest stations

  • Causeland (0.3 mi)
  • St. Keyne (0.9 mi)
  • Sandplace (1.5 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

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13 Bay Tree Hill Liskeard PL14 4BG

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Nearest stations

  • Causeland (0.3 mi)
  • St. Keyne (0.9 mi)
  • Sandplace (1.5 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Parkes & Pearn, Liskeard

13 Bay Tree Hill Liskeard PL14 4BG

01579 531017 Local call rate

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