3 bedroom cottage for sale

Rilla Mill, Cornwall

Offers in Excess of £285,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Exquisite character detached cottage in tranquil village setting
  • Recently refurbished throughout to a high specification
  • Three bedrooms, luxury bathroom and master en-suite
  • Comprehensive kitchen with modern electric range and utility room
  • Carport with two secure storage sheds
  • Enclosed lawned garden with summer house and views
  • uPVC double glazing and oil fired radiator central heating
  • In walking distance of popular pub/restaurant and village amenities
  • Available immediately with no onward chain

Full description

Exquisite character detached cottage in tranquil village setting
Recently refurbished throughout to a high specification
Three bedrooms, luxury bathroom and master en-suite
Comprehensive kitchen with modern electric range and utility room
Carport with two secure storage sheds
Enclosed lawned garden with summer house and views
uPVC double glazing and oil fired radiator central heating
In walking distance of popular pub/restaurant and village amenities
Available immediately with no onward chain

Situation - Rilla Mill is a pretty, sheltered village in the Parish of Linkinhorne, at the heart of the Lynher Valley which is in an area of outstanding natural beauty on the fringe of Bodmin Moor, offering good walking and riding, and water sports at Siblyback Lake Country Park. Doorstep amenities include the popular pub and restaurant,The Manor House and village hall. Only 1 mile away, Upton Cross is a rural village boasting a reputed primary School, Post Office and shop, Parish Church, village hall, public house, the nationally renowned Sterts Arts Centre. Nearby, Liskeard is a thriving market town located only 7 miles from the South Coast of Cornwall with its sandy beaches. Providing everyday town centre facilities, Liskeard also benefits from having a retail park, supermarkets, leisure centre with swimming pool, squash and tennis courts, a community hospital and both primary and secondary schools. A mainline railway station in walking distance of the town centre has a branch line to Plymouth

Ground Floor -

Entrance Vestibule - Composite entrance door with obscured leaded double glazed panel, front aspect window and hexagonal quarry tiled flooring. Exposed stonework to one wall and storage cupboard with louvre doors. A double glazed door opens to the kitchen

Kitchen - Tiled flooring, ceiling down lighters and a traditional style refitted suite comprising matching base, wall and drawer units complemented by working surfaces with matching up stands and inset single drainer ceramic sink unit with mixer tap and salad rinser. Integrated appliances include dishwasher and wine cooler. Also there is a freestanding 'slot in' Rangemaster range style electric cooker. From the kitchen an archway opens to the sitting/dining room

Sitting/Dining Room - A dual aspect room with ceiling down lighters and half height panelling to walls. A staircase rises from the sitting room to the rear lobby/utility room

Utility/ Rear Lobby - With rear facing double glazed door opening to the courtyard and garden, side aspect window taking views onto neighbouring fields, wood effect flooring and stairs rising to the first floor accommodation. The utility suite features base and wall units with Beech block working surface and single drainer stainless steel sink unit with ceramic tiled surround. Also there are two appliance spaces with plumbing available

Bathroom - A useful ground floor bathroom situated just off the utility room with ceramic tiled flooring and ceiling down lighters. Chiefly tiled walls with mosaic border detail and towel radiator. The suite comprises a walk in shower enclosure with mains mixer shower with fixed rain head and handset, panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, WC and vanity unit with storage and inset wash basin

First Floor -

Landing - With skylight window and access to loft storage space. Doors lead off to all bedrooms

Bedroom One - A dual aspect room with ornate window and partially obscured double glazed door giving independent access from the side of the property. Exposed beams, feature recessed fireplace with slate hearth, clome oven and wood burning stove. Also there is a walk in wardrobe/dressing room

En-Suite Shower Room - Storage shelves, chiefly tiled walls with mosaic border detail, tiled flooring and ceiling down lighters with towel radiator. The suite comprises a large walk-in shower enclosure with mains mixer shower featuring a fixed rain head and handset, vanity unit with inset wash basin and WC

Bedroom Two - Rear aspect double bedroom enjoying good privacy and overlooking the garden with versatile built in wardrobe with louvre doors

Bedroom Three - A good size single bedroom enjoying morning sun with front facing window

Outside - The property fronts on to the parish road with vehicular access to a covered car port with scope to create a garage, subject to the necessary planning permission. Off the car port there are two integral storage buildings with access to the central heating boiler. At the side of the property gentle steps with gate and handrail rise to the garden which extends along the side and rear of the property enjoying good privacy with boundary foliage. The main garden area is slightly elevated and laid to lawn with rural glimpses onto neighbouring fields over nearby roof tops, ornamental pond and display beds. There is scope to extend the property with either a single or two storey extension from the side elevation where there is evidence of a former conservatory with a concrete base still in situ providing an easy footprint to work from, subject to planning consent

Services - Mains electricity, water, drainage. Oil for central heating

Council Tax Band - E

Epc Rating - E

Directions - From Liskeard, proceed out of town on the St Cleer road. Stay on this road crossing the Moor and passing signs for Pensilva. Continue for a few more miles and you will reach the village of Upton Cross. At the crossroads turn right signposted Rilla Mill and continue on this road Proceed through the village passing the garage and the Manor House pub. Continue up the hill and just before the entrance to the church property can be identified on the left, with a Parkes & Pearn For Sale sign


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Added on Rightmove:
16 November 2017

Nearest station

  • Liskeard (6.7 mi)
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13 Bay Tree Hill Liskeard PL14 4BG

01579 531017 Local call rate

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Nearest station

  • Liskeard (6.7 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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