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4 bedroom farm house for sale

Pensilva, Liskeard, PL14

Offers in Excess of £630,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Four Bedroom Farm House
  • Detached Annexe/Holiday Let
  • Set In Aprox 3.5 Acres
  • Rural Setting
  • Paddock
  • Outbuildings
  • Natural Pond
  • Beautiful Gardens
  • Income Potential
  • Further Development Potential (STPP)

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property


Wayland House was built during the reign of William and Mary, with occupancy records dating back to 1690.

Lovely farmhouse property with great equestrian potential and pretty separate cottage for letting or dependant relative, set in approaching four acres in hidden Cornish valley.The property lays on the edge of the Caradon Hill World Heritage site. Formal gardens, pasture, paddocks and trout lake. Orchards, Bluebell Wood, Large Poly-tunnel and aviary. Pretty spring-fed brook. Superb views to the South East Cornwall coastline. Wonderful unpolluted fresh air straight off the Atlantic! In all, approx 3.5 acres (1.4 hectares).

The house is of classic Cornwall construction, with granite walls up to 2ft thick. Wayland House and the separate cottage Chyandour (House-by-the-water) offers a superb opportunity for those looking for a beautiful Cornish location and a country lifestyle, away from the ‘Madding Crowds’ of London and other big cities.
The house offers four bedrooms, 17ft lounge, dining room with wooding burning stove, 23ft kitchen and AGA stove, family room/study/sewing room and huge 30ft games room/4th bedroom, with hot-tub. Centrally-heated throughout.

The separate, spacious one-bedroom cottage – ‘ Chyandour’ -- has a large 20-ft lounge, bedroom, shower/toilet room, modern kitchen and is also centrally heated. The whole property lends itself a range of uses, from a family with a relative wanting their own accommodation with Chyandour. The latter cottage is currently used as holiday letting accommodation, and generates a gross income of approaching £4,000-£5,000 p.a.


Location
The property enjoys a peaceful location in a rural hamlet, but without being isolated. Nearby is the village of Pensilva, with a doctor’s surgery, post office, shop, the Victoria Inn, and primary school. The ancient Stannery town of Liskeard is approx 4 miles to the south, with a more comprehensive range of shopping facilities, including supermarkets, restaurants and boutiques. In addition, there are doctors and veterinary surgeries, places of worship, comprehensive school and mainline railway station serving London, Paddington. At Liskeard, access to the A38 trunk road with links to Plymouth and ferry port. To the north, the A30 can be joined at nearby Launceston (‘Gateway to Cornwall’), connecting to Lands End or the Cathedral City of Exeter and the M5 motorway network and international airport.

Main Residence
Wayland House is detached and will found to be in excellent decorative order through. The property has undergone consideration renovation and modernisation by the current Vendors, who have retained much character yet incorporated modern conveniences, including central heating.

Entrance
Canopy Porch with courtesy light and slate floor, hardwood front door, two splendid granite columns on plinth, leading to:

Hallway
With beamed ceiling, stairs rising to first floor, BT points and door to:

Downstairs Cloakroom
Comprising low flush WC, wash basin with tiled splash back, under stairs storage cupboard and cloaks hanging space

Dining Room
15’5” x 14’6”
Feature stone inglenook style fireplace with attractive cast iron multi burner on slate hearth, with massive wood mantel beam over. Hardwood double glaxe3d window to front elevation, with slate sills and bench seat, exposing ceiling beams, wall light points, TV point, CH radiator.

Lounge
17’ x 14’4”
Feature stone inglenook fireplace with attractive oil burning stove on slate heart, with massive wooden mantel over. Window to front elevation with slate sill and bench seat, ceiling beams, wall light points, TV point and door to:

Kitchen / Breakfast
23’2” x 8’10”
AGA in feature granite wall. Range of base and eye level units in OK, over and under pelmet lighting. Built-in double-oven and grill above, with pan storage above and below Four-ring electric hob with enclosed extractor fan above. Attractive Italian style tile splash backs, wine rack. Insert 1-1/2 Asterite sink unit with mixer taps and single drainer. Plumbing and appliance space for washing machine, dish water and tumble drier. Slate sills, hardwood French doors leading to large patio area. Beam ceiling. Numerous display areas, leading to:

Reception/Family Rm
15’x6” x 7’8”.
Window to rear elevation, TV point, Worcester Bosch, stable style door to Inner Hall, with French doors leading to front or rear of property, and further opening into

Games Room
30’3” x 16’11”
Potential Fourth Bedroom, Oil-fired coal effect burner on slate plinth, tiled area with Hot Tub. Room in the past has easily accommodated snooker table, table tennis, etc, etc. Access to large loft space. Leading to

Conservatory
13’x 10'1
Victorian-style, with attractive local stone walls with hardwood sills. Overlooks pretty countryside to south Cornwall coast.

First Floor Landing
Access to part boarded and insulated loft. Radiator, wall light points and doors to all rooms.

Bedroom One
17’x14’1.
Fitted with range of wardrobes and overhead cupboards and bedside cabinets. Part mirror front wardrobes with hanging rails and shaving, dressing table area, radiator, ceiling light point, wooden double-glazed window to the front elevation enjoying pleasant rural outlook. Wooden door to:

En-suite
10’4” x 10’.
Suite of high flush WC, wash hand basis with tailed splash backs, bidet, corner bath unit, Wood glazed window to rear garden elevation. Part tiled and tiling to floor.

Bedroom Two
15’ x 11’1”.
Ceiling light doubled glazed window to front elevation with pretty views.

Bedroom Three
11’1” x 8’1”
Ceiling light, wardrobe recess with shelving and double glazed window to front elevation.



Annexe
CHYANDOUR ANNEXE – Detached
Part glazed door leading to:


Lounge/Dining Room
20’ 7” x 13’. Feature stone fireplace, with oak mantelpiece. TV point, Two wooden double glazed windows to front elevations with slate sills. BT point.

Kitchen
10’11” x 10’6”. Range of modern base and eye level units, with laminated work surfaces. Stainless steel single drainer sink unit, plumbing and space for automatic washing machine, dryer. Space for high-level refrigerator. Appliance space for electric cooker. Wooden rear door to gardens.

Bedroom
14’3” x 13’1”.
Double glazed window with slate sills. High level double-glazed window facing south, and lighting room.

Wet Room
Large shower room, low flash WC, pedestal wash hand basin, Airing cupboard with hot water tank.

Outside
Access from a quiet parish lane, with a 5-bargate leading to an extensive chipping covered driveway producing park area for several cars. To the side of the main house is a drive to the open fronted double CAR PORT 27’8” X 14’7”. Large workshop with power and light.
To the side of the car port a path gives access to the large rear gardens which are mainly laid to lawn with mature trees (cherries, rhododendrons etc) and flowers. An enclosed child’s play area/secret garden with plants and chipping ground cover. Brick patio area. Behind the annexe is an additional parking area, with a further drive leading down to the level area ideal for siting of stables or further buildings (subject to PP).
To the side of the property and adjacent to trout pond is a large gravelled area, suitable for a variety uses. Approx 100’x36’. With access to paddock, this space could be used for stables or, subject to PP/consents, construction of a cottage-style dwelling. Large water reservoir, suitable for horses/livestock or for Poly-tunnel cultivation. Sloping field, but with level area at top.



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31 March 2017

Nearest stations

  • Liskeard (3.5 mi)
  • Coombe (3.9 mi)
  • Menheniot (4.3 mi)
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Nearest stations

  • Liskeard (3.5 mi)
  • Coombe (3.9 mi)
  • Menheniot (4.3 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

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