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5 bedroom property for sale

Clubworthy, Launceston

Sold STC £635,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Period 3 rec / 5 bed farmhouse
  • Two storey stone and slate barn with traditional outbuildings
  • Garage / workshop
  • Yardage, gardens, orchards and two gently sloping pasture enclosures (12 acres)
  • EE = D

Full description

Lower Clubworthy is 14 acre residential small holding. The property comprises a three reception, five bedroom farmhouse, a range of outbuildings, including a workshop and traditional  two storey barn a six berth caravan, pretty gardens and two gently sloping fields.

The house has oil fired central heating, uPVC double  glazing and 4.8kW photovoltaic roof panels. 

ACCOMMODATION 
From the front driveway through a half glazed timber door to:

RECEPTION HALL 
Entrance hallway with period, attractive encaustic tiled floor. Doors to all principal ground floor rooms and main staircase to first floor. 

SITTING ROOM 
Bright and airy main reception with window to front, overlooking  entrance driveway and front garden. Feature fireplace with multi-fuel stove. 

DINING ROOM  
Gracious dining room. Feature open fireplace flanked by west facing windows with shutters.

BREAKFAST ROOM  
Ideal living room with views of the front garden. Feature fireplace with wood burner and built in cupboards. Slate flag floor. Door to:-

KITCHEN 
Farmhouse  kitchen with slate flooring. Range of base and wall units gemstone work surfaces and matching island unit with breakfast bar. Built in electric hob with oven & grill, extractor hood over.  Ceramic 

One and a half bowl sink with mixer tap and space for dishwasher. Fireplace with Stanley oil fired range, providing central heating and hot water. Doors to reception hallway, rear lobby and hallway. 

REAR LOBBY 
Door to Dairy, pantry cupboard and staircase rising to first floor with under-stairs cupboard.

DAIRY 
Slate flag flooring  and gauzed “meat safe”. Windows to the side and rear.  Slate cooling shelves on two walls. 

REAR HALLWAY 
Tiled flooring with window to side. Doors to WC, utility room and back door to rear courtyard. 

WC 
Low level WC and wash hand basin. 

UTILITY ROOM 
Run of base units with work surface. Spaces and plumbing for     washing machine and tumble drier. Vinyl flooring. Window to rear courtyard. 

FIRST FLOOR LANDING   With balastraded stairs.

BEDROOM ONE 
Double bedroom with window overlooking front garden and fields with Dartmoor in the distance. Two built in cupboards. Pedestal wash hand basin.

BEDROOM FIVE 
Single bedroom with window overlooking garden.

BEDROOM TWO
Double bedroom with window overlooking front garden and driveway. Built in storage cupboard. Wash hand basin.

WC 
Low level WC and wash hand basin. Window to side. 

BEDROOM THREE 
West facing double bedroom with views over of neighbouring 
farmland.

BEDROOM FOUR 
Double bedroom with west facing window overlooking farmland. 

BATHROOM 
Down two steps from the landing to a small lobby. Doorways to a large linen store and bathroom. Within the linen store is the airing cupboard with hot water cylinder.  The bathroom has a roll top bath, shower with electric Mira shower and glazed door, low level WC and pedestal sink. Window overlooking yard. 

PLAYROOM
Within the eaves of the property, currently utilised as a play room with restricted headroom. 

OUTSIDE 
Front drive laid to tarmacadam flanked by lawn and specimen trees.

VEGETABLE GARDEN    Screened by hedges.

STATIC CARAVAN 
Six berth static caravan with services connected. 


YARDAGE
To the rear of the house is a courtyard leading to the principal parking area for the house, with road access. Also connected is a yard serving the outbuilding and access to the main field. Next to this is a large workshop.

WORKSHOP 
Cavity blockwork structure comprising:
Garage - 4.60m x 3.02m (15’1” x 9’10”)
Machine Store - 11.44m x 6.19m ( 37’6” x 20’3”)
Garden Store - 6.54m x 5.11m (21’5” x  16’9”)
WC - Low level WC and sink. 
First Floor Store - 6.23m x 8.34m (20’4” x 27’4”)

TRADITIONAL BARN - 4.73m x 10.22m (15’6” x 33’6”)
Two storey stone and cob built structure (currently no access to first floor). To the rear is an open lean-to store. 

FORMER MILIKING SHED - 5.61m x 14.51m (18’ 4” x 47’7”)
Stone built single storey structure with polycarbonate  roof, used as green house. 

OPEN BARN - 4.82m 11.16m (15’9” x 36’7”)
Brick and stone structure, divided into three bays. 

FORMER PIG STYE - 6.32m x 9.68m (20’8” x 31’9”)
Prefabricated concrete structure with corrugated fibre board roof. 

STORE - 5.86m x 4.97m (19’2” x 15’3”)
Former machine shed, with productive vine.



To the north of the house is a large, level area of lawn with a small section of woodland and an addition road access gate and gateway into the pasture. 

ORCHARD
Discreetly set behind the barns is 1/2 acre orchard, planted with a variety of fruit and specimen trees. 

LAND 
The land comprises two fields of pasture, both  gently sloping in good heart and traditional hedge boundaries.

SERVICES  
Mains water and electricity. Drainage via septic tank. Bulk oil tank.4.8kW photovoltaic roof panels. 

COUNCIL TAX BAND F EE RATING D
 


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Added on Rightmove:
10 October 2016

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