4 bedroom character property for sale

Stoke Climsland

Sold STC £545,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Gorgeous two reception / four bedroom dwelling
  • Grade II Listed
  • Wonderful farmland vieews
  • Pretty cobbled courtyard
  • One bedroom barn annex
  • South facing over the Tamar Valley
  • Garden areas on all sides
  • South facing lawn with terrace and pond
  • Village shop, post office and school within easy walking reach

Full description

Gorgeous 2 reception/4 bedroom listed dwelling with wonderful view. Walled / cobbled approach courtyard with spacious 1 bedroom Manor Cottage Barn. All principle rooms, terraces and garden areas south facing over Tamar Valley. Unique internal and external period features. Garden areas on all sides, with large south facing family lawn with terrace and fish pond. Village post office / shop, Church, primary school, community centre and social club within easy walking distance. Mains water, electricity, sewerage and GAS connected.

One of the lovely unique features about this ancient (17th Century) house is the way in which the kitchen, the two main reception rooms, the three main bedrooms, the rear terrace, the rear garden, the cobbled courtyard, and the bedroom and reception room of the annexe all face south enjoying the wonderful view, principally via triple casement windows creating a light and airy atmosphere to the interior. Altogether, a rare feature for a village centre period house, and really quite exceptional.

Stoke Climsland enjoys a tranquil environment, without through traffic, yet convenient to the A388 Launceston to Callington Road. The village has a vibrant atmosphere with active post office/shop, modern primary school, ancient Church, community centre and social club. A full range of social, commercial and shopping facilities are available at nearby Callington  (3 miles).  Launceston (9 miles) provides a further choice of facilities, and A30 dual carriageway spine road connectivity for Cornwall and Devon.

To the east of Launceston Exeter County Town (a further 42 miles) provides Intercity rail link, expanding International Airport, and M5 Motorway link.  To the south is the City of Plymouth, with Continental Ferry port and Intercity rail link.

In all directions from Stoke Climsland there is scenery of outstanding natural beauty.  Nearby, and running southwards to Plymouth Sound with its yachting facilities, is the unspoilt and  secretive Tamar Valley steeped in 18th Century mining history, renowned for salmon fishing.  To the west are the wild open spaces of Bodmin Moor, and to the north the stunning, rugged coastline of north Cornwall and north Devon, with dramatic National Trust cliff scenery, quaint former fishing villages and popular family surfing beaches.  To the east is Dartmoor National Park.

ACCOMMODATION 

MANOR COTTAGE

ENTRANCE PORCH  
With side windows

RECEPTION HALL  
Period room with granite and stone open fireplace, with clome oven housing and gas fired log burner.  Slate slab floor.  Window incorporating seat. LARGE STORAGE CUPBOARD.

INNER HALLWAY  
Slate floor and balustraded stairs to first floor landing.  Under stair cloak cupboard and two shelved cupboards.

CLOAKROOM  
WC and wash hand basin with mirror cabinet over.  Window incorporating seat, display alcove and vinyl floor.

LOUNGE  
Period room with stone open fireplace with granite jambs and massive timber lintel.  Two clome ovens.  Alcove to one side, triple casement window with shutters, incorporating seat enjoying the wonderful view.  Parquet wood floor, currently carpeted.

FRONT PORCH
Parquet wood floor.

DINING ROOM  
Triple casement windows enjoying the fabulous view.  Feature carved granite lintel fireplace (fig leaf motif), incorporating clome oven. Parquet wood floor.

KITCHEN  
Dual aspect with range of wall and floor cupboard units.  Stainless steel sink in base unit in front of south facing window, overlooking terrace garden and view.  Half  glazed door to rear terrace, Rayburn, tiled floor, and splashback tiling.  Plumbing for dishwasher and automatic washing machine.  Space for fridge.  Fitted microwave in tall unit.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING  
Lit by large window over stairs, airing cupboard with pre-lagged hot water cylinder and linen racking.

BEDROOM ONE
Triple casement window incorporating seat and side window. Feature carved granite lintel to former open  fireplace.  Double and single wardrobe.  Wash hand basin in closet.

BEDROOM TWO  
Window to courtyard.  Three shelved cupboards.  Wash hand basin.

BEDROOM THREE
Triple casement window incorporating seat.  Wash hand basin. Roof access.  Shelved cupboard.

BEDROOM  FOUR
Triple casement window incorporating seat.

BATHROOM  
Suite of wash hand basin and bath with Mira shower fitment and screen over.  Window incorporating shelf.  Wall mounted electric heater.  Light pull switch, mirror and towel rail.  Separate WC.

OUTSIDE
Cobbled approach courtyard Granite lintelled double wooden gate carriage driveway entrance.   Separate pedestrian doorway in high wall.  Two old stone and slate piggery buildings.  The cobbled courtyard has a walled ancient character, attracting the morning sun and form a lovely approach for the house and annexe—creating a real sense of place.

There are garden areas on all sides of the property.  The frontage has a formal stone and granite wall with lovely pedestrian entrance with granite pillars and ball finials.  Here the garden is laid primarily to lawn with planted shrubs.  This runs around one side of the property to the rear, where a large family regular shaped lawn has a gentle south facing slope and is private.  There is a paved terrace running along the south side of the house, and fish pond Stone and slate garden shed.
 
ACCOMMODATION 

ENTRANCE PORCH  With side windows

RECEPTION HALL  Period room with granite and stone open fireplace, with clome oven housing and gas fired log burner.  Slate slab floor.  Window incorporating seat.  LARGE STORAGE      CUPBOARD.

INNER HALLWAY  Slate floor and balustraded stairs to first floor landing.  Under stair cloak cupboard and two shelved cupboards.

CLOAKROOM  WC and wash hand basin with mirror cabinet over.  Window incorporating seat, display alcove and vinyl floor.

LOUNGE  Period room with stone open fireplace with granite jambs and massive timber lintel.  Two clome ovens.  Alcove to one side, triple casement window with shutters, incorporating seat     enjoying the wonderful view.  Parquet wood floor, currently        carpeted.

FRONT PORCH  Parquet wood floor.

DINING ROOM  Triple casement windows enjoying the fabulous view.  Feature carved granite lintel fireplace (fig leaf motif),         incorporating clome oven. Parquet wood floor.

KITCHEN  Dual aspect with range of wall and floor cupboard units.  Stainless steel sink in base unit in front of south facing       window, overlooking terrace garden and view.  Half  glazed door to rear terrace, Rayburn, tiled floor, and splashback tiling.  Plumbing for dishwasher and automatic washing machine.  Space for fridge.  Fitted microwave in tall unit.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING  Lit by large window over stairs, airing cupboard with pre-lagged hot water cylinder and linen racking.

BEDROOM ONE  Triple casement window incorporating seat and side window.     Feature carved granite lintel to former open  fireplace.  Double and single wardrobe.  Wash hand basin in closet.

BEDROOM TWO  Window to courtyard.  Three shelved       cupboards.  Wash hand basin.

BEDROOM THREE Triple casement window incorporating seat.  Wash hand basin.  Roof access.  Shelved cupboard.

BEDROOM  FOUR  Triple casement window incorporating seat.

BATHROOM  Suite of wash hand basin and bath with Mira shower fitment and screen over.  Window incorporating shelf.  Wall mounted electric heater.  Light pull switch, mirror and towel rail.  Separate WC.

OUTSIDE

Cobbled approach courtyard Granite lintelled double wooden gate carriage driveway entrance.   Separate pedestrian doorway in high wall.  Two old stone and slate piggery buildings.  The cobbled courtyard has a walled ancient character, attracting the morning sun and form a lovely approach for the house and annexe—creating a real sense of place.

There are garden areas on all sides of the property.  The frontage has a formal stone and granite wall with lovely pedestrian entrance with granite pillars and ball finials.  Here the garden is laid primarily to lawn with planted shrubs.  This runs around one side of the property to the rear, where a large family regular shaped lawn has a gentle south facing slope and is private.  There is a paved terrace running along the south side of the house, and fish pond. Stone and slate garden shed.

MANOR COTTAGE BARN

KITCHEN
Range of wall and floor units including breakfast bar, inset sink/drainer, tiled floor and two fluorescent  lights.  Window to front and entry door. Plumbing for automatic washing machine and dish washer, double oven and ceramic hob.  Airing cupboard with hot water cylinder and linen racking.  Night storage heater.

DINING ROOM
South facing.  Double and two single matching wall lights.

HALLWAY  
Front entrance, side window, night storage heater, and stairs to first floor with under stairs cloak cupboard. 

SEPARATE WC  
Wash hand basin and light pull switch.

FIRST FLOOR

LOUNGE
Spacious light and airy dual aspect reception room with large south facing window enjoying the view.  Exposed beams and high level display shelf.  One night storage heater.

BEDROOM  
South facing window and exposed timbers.  Night storage heater.

EN SUITE 
Bath, wash hand basin and WC.  Mirror, towel rail, light pull switch and fully tiled.

PARKING
The property will have its own access driveway and consent is being sought to provide a vehicular access to the rear garden curtilage.  Once granted and useable, there will be an easement precluding parking of vehicles or planting of trees adjacent to the vehicular access serving the property.

COVENANT
Please note there will be a covenant precluding the construction of a dwelling in the rear garden. 


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21 August 2017

Nearest stations

  • Gunnislake (4.7 mi)
  • Calstock (5.7 mi)
  • Bere Alston (6.5 mi)
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Nearest stations

  • Gunnislake (4.7 mi)
  • Calstock (5.7 mi)
  • Bere Alston (6.5 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

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01566 487009 Local call rate

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