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4 bedroom detached house for sale


Sold STC £550,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Individual timber framed detached family house (cash buyers only)
  • Four double bedrooms (one with en-suite and dressing room) and three spacious reception rooms
  • Extensively improved and modernised
  • Oil-fired central heating and uPVC double glazing throughout
  • Large landscaped garden of one acre with outstanding views
  • Sun room, stable block and greenhouse
  • Garage block comprising double garage, mower store and workshop
  • Land extending to approximately 5.2 acres
  • Stunning, secluded rural location yet just under one mile to town
  • EE Rating D

Full description

Situated in a stunning, tucked away and secluded rural location, yet just under one mile to Holsworthy is this 1920’s individual timber framed detached home (of interest to cash buyers only), enjoying outstanding panoramic rural views. Extensively improved and modernised by the current owners, including the fitting of Everest replacement guttering with leaf guards, bargeboards and fascias, the property comprises four double bedrooms (one en-suite), three spacious reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, cloakroom, uPVC double glazing and oil fired central heating throughout.  Outside, is a large landscaped garden of approximately one acre, sun room enjoying stunning countryside views, double garage, mower store, workshop, stable block, greenhouse and ample off road parking.  Adjoining the property is approximately 5.2 acres of pasture.
Chasty Cross House, with its striking rural views, is situated on the outskirts of the hamlet of Chasty.  The thriving market town of Holsworthy is approximately a mile away and offers a range of amenities including a Waitrose supermarket and a good range of other shops, banks, post office, vets, doctors, dentists, and cottage hospital, along with a full range of educational establishments.  Leisure facilities include an indoor heated swimming pool and an 18 hole golf course.  A more comprehensive range of recreational and shopping facilities is available in Launceston, some 14 miles to the south.  The popular north Cornish coastal resort of Bude is approximately nine miles to the west.  Much of the coastline is designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest, and provides many sandy beaches with a variety of water sports available.
Entrance Porch
Attractive covered entrance with uPVC double glazed door with full height glazed panels to each side, tiled floor and glazed panel door to:
Entrance Hall
With exposed oak floor, radiator and archway leading to:
Inner Hall
With double opening cloaks/storage cupboard and door to:
With a rack of coat hooks and door leading to:
Refitted white suite with vanity unit comprising wash basin with mirror, lighting and shelving above and drawers and cupboard below, and a close couple WC.  Extractor fan, radiator, towel rail and fitted carpet.
Study/Hobbies Room: 14' 9''  x 11' 4''  (4.5m x 3.45m)
Side aspect window, laminate floor and two telephone points.
Breakfast Room: 12' x 8' 2''  (3.66m x 2.49m)
Side aspect window, built in floor and wall mounted cupboards, radiator, plinth heater, fitted carpet, open plan to Kitchen and doors to: 
Boiler Room
Front aspect window, floor standing condensing boiler serving central heating and hot water systems and shelving.
Walk in Pantry
Front aspect opaque window, a range of recently fitted wall and floor mounted cupboards (matching the kitchen units) and useful roll edge work surface.

Kitchen: 10' 8''  x 8' 7''  (3.25m x 2.62m)
Good range of Omega white gloss wall and floor cupboards and drawers with roll edge work surfaces, incorporating a ‘Franke’ 1½ bowl stainless steel sink.  There is a range of ‘Neff’ appliances including a four ring ceramic induction hob, extractor hood, double oven, warming drawer, microwave and dishwasher.  Large pantry fridge, wall mounted hand dryer, telephone point and radiator.  Glass panelled door to:
Utility Room: 10' 6''  x 10' 4''  (3.2m x 3.15m)
Fitted with a good range of wall and floor mounted white gloss cupboards and drawers (again matching the kitchen) with roll edge work surfaces, incorporating a single drainer stainless steel sink.  Plumbing for automatic washing machine, space for tumble dryer and under counter fridge and there is also space for a large chest freezer.  Vaulted roof with Velux windows, front aspect window, radiator, extractor fan, tiled floor, spotlights and uPVC stable door leading to the front garden.  
Rear Reception Hall: 14' 4''  x 10' (4.37m x 3.05m)
With exposed maple flooring, French window and full height glazed panels to each side leading out to the south facing garden.  Radiator, smoke alarm and staircase rising to the first floor.  Doors to:
Dining Room: 17' 8''  x 14' (5.38m x 4.27m)
A spacious, well proportioned, dual aspect room with large windows giving far reaching views towards Dartmoor and Bodmin Moor, feature stone fireplace, two radiators and fitted carpet.
Sitting Room: 26' 9''  x 14' max (8.15m x 4.27m max)
A light and airy triple aspect room with a deep bay window, plus a second large window, on the southern aspect again giving far reaching rural views towards Dartmoor and Bodmin Moor, sliding patio doors leading to a terrace, and further window to the front aspect.  Fireplace with Villager wood burner, four radiators, fitted carpet and telephone point.
Double Landing
Landing with radiator, fitted carpet and doors to:
A large walk in shelved airing cupboard with a fixed wooden ladder giving access to the insulated and part boarded loft space, factory lagged water cylinder with immersion heater.
Bedroom One: 16' 7''  x 10' 4''  (5.05m x 3.15m)
Rear aspect window with far reaching southerly views, pine ceiling with a matching range of built in furniture comprising dressing table and double wardrobe with internal drawers and overhead storage.  Radiator, fitted carpet and archway to:
Dressing Room: 9' 6''  x 6' 4''  (2.9m x 1.93m)
Window to rear aspect, two double built in wardrobes with overhead storage, radiator and fitted carpet. 
En Suite Shower Room
Modern white vanity unit incorporating wash basin with shelving, mirrored cupboard with lighting and shaver point above and cupboards and drawers below, double shower cubicle with sliding glass screen, power shower, extractor fan, fully tiled walls, ladder style chrome heated towel rail, tiled floor with under floor heating, panelled ceiling with recess lighting, radiator and side aspect opaque window.
Bedroom Two: 14' x 12' 7''  (4.27m x 3.84m)
Rear aspect window with far reaching rural views.  Range of fitted wardrobes with overhead storage, fitted washbasin with cupboards above and beneath, radiator and fitted carpet. 
Bedroom Three: 10' 10''  x 10' (3.3m x 3.05m)
Side aspect window, built in double wardrobe with overhead storage, inset washbasin with run of matching cupboards and shelving, shaver point, radiator and fitted carpet.
Bedroom Four: 12' x 10' 9''  (3.66m x 3.28m)
Side aspect window, built in double wardrobe with overhead storage, fitted shelving, radiator and fitted carpet.
Front aspect opaque window, quadrant shower cubicle, panel enclosed bath, wash basin, ladder style heated towel rail, additional radiator, shaver point, extractor fan, recess lighting and fitted carpet.
Separate WC
Recently refitted white suite with wall mounted wash basin, WC with concealed cistern and push button flush, towel rail, radiator, Velux window and laminate flooring. 
The property is approached over a tarmac driveway to a wrought iron gate with pedestrian gate to one side.  Beyond the gates the driveway continues past the front of the house and garage block and turns down the side of the house.  On either side of the driveway are areas of lawn with flower borders.  A concrete path leads from the tarmac drive to the entrance door with storm porch over. Either side of the path are lawned areas within which are various mature trees and shrubs.  The garden surrounds the property, with the main area being to the rear.  There is a crazy paving terrace immediately behind the house, containing several flower beds.  Steps lead down from the rear hall to a slightly lower level where there is a large lawn (believed to have originally been a grass tennis court), with mature hedges and specimen shrubs to either side.  Beyond this, the gently sloping garden is mainly laid to lawn, with some flower beds, fruit bushes, mature apple trees, an attractive conifer and heather bed, and a magnificent wooden pergola some sixteen metres long with mature climbing roses.  This whole area enjoys far reaching views over the valley and is enclosed by fencing and hedging, with a gate providing access to the adjoining land.
To the side of the property is a further garden area enclosed by box and leylandii hedging with a small lawn flanking mature flower beds and containing attractive shrubs.  To the higher side of the lawn is a detached wooden frame Stable Block currently divided into two areas with power and light connected.  Beside the stable block is a Garage Block comprising the following:
Double Garage: 19' 8'' x 18' 6'' (6m x 5.65m)
With up-and-over door, power, light and water connected.  Door to:
Workshop: 18' 6'' x 13' 11'' (5.65m x 4.25m)
Velux window, power and light connected.  Door to:
Mower Store: 13' 2'' x 10' 9'' (4.02m x 3.27m)
With up-and-over door with power and light connected.
Adjoining the Garage Block is an attractive uPVC double glazed Sun Room enjoying stunning views over the garden to countryside beyond.  Sliding patio doors give access to a hardstanding area, ideal for patio table and chairs, which in turn leads to the garden.  Polycarbonate roof, wall lights, power points and fitted carpet.
Behind the stable block and garages is a vegetable plot and detached aluminium framed Greenhouse and nearby compost heap.
Approximately 5.2 acres of pasture land can be found to the side and rear of the property.  The land is gently sloping and enclosed to all side by mature hedges and has independent access from the parish road through a five bar metal gate. To the top of the field are two detached outbuildings.  One is wooden framed and currently used as storage while the second is part stone with an attached wooden lean to currently used as a field shelter.
The property benefits from photovoltaic solar panels located in the garden which provide an average income of £1,500 per annum and can also reduce the cost of your electricity bill.  There are also solar panels on the roof of the house which supplement heating of water.  For further details please contact agent.
The floor plans displayed are not to scale and are for identification purposes only.

The land plan displayed is for indicative purposes only and should not be relied upon as an accurate depiction of precise boundaries.
Freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
Mains water (metered) and electricity.  Private drainage.
From Holsworthy proceed along the A388 descending the hill along Chapel Street.  After the Bridge, turn right signposted ‘Chasty’.  Follow this road for approximately ¾ of a mile and take the first left into Winterland Lane.  The property will be seen immediately on your right hand side.
Please ring 01409 253888 to view this property and check availability before incurring travel time/costs.  FULL DETAILS OF ALL OUR PROPERTIES ARE AVAILABLE ON OUR WEBSITE

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