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2 bedroom cottage for sale

Climar, Callington

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Property Description

Key features

  • Period cottage in popular village location
  • Cottage with two reception rooms, kitchen with Rayburn, bathroom and two first floor bedrooms
  • Village facilities include post office / store, primary school and active social hall
  • Good off road parking with 27' (8.23m) garage / workshop and store shed
  • Side and rear garden with site in all approximately 80' x 45' (24.38m x 13.71m)
  • End of chain sale with early date for possession

Full description

Period cottage in the popular area of Stoke Climsland
Village facilities include post office / store, primary school and active social hall
Cottage with two reception rooms, kitchen with Rayburn, bathroom and two first floor bedrooms
Good off road parking with 27’ (8.23m) garage / workshop and store shed
Side and rear garden with site in all approximately 80’ x 45’ (24.38m x 13.71m)
End of chain sale with early date for possession

The property has access off the road through Venterdon which is a hamlet on the outskirts of Stoke Climsland village being in an attractive rural area and on a bus route between Plymouth and Bude. Stoke Climsland contains post office/shop, social club, active social hall, primary school and Church. The renowned Duchy Agricultural College is within 1/2 a mile whilst the nearby town of Callington is some 4 miles to the south and offers a range of facilities including health centre, dentist, veterinary surgery, schools and supermarket. The A30 dual carriageway at Launceston is some 8 miles to the north, whilst the city of Plymouth, which is the major retail centre for the area, is some 15 miles south of Callington.

The period cottage has been rented out in recent years and is an excellent opportunity for someone to put their own stamp on it by enhancing the accommodation. The property has a wood burner stove in the sitting room together with a solid fuel Rayburn cooker/heater with back boiler in the kitchen. The property has the advantage of a reasonable sized garden in all some 80’ x 45’ (24.37m x 13.71m) with vehicular access and parking together with 27’ (8.23m) garage/workshop. This is an excellent opportunity to secure a reasonably priced property in a popular area and offered with immediate vacant possession upon completion of sale with no chain.  

From the village road a tarmac drive leads onto the site providing parking and access to the garden beyond with pedestrian path running inside the stone granite topped wall to the entrance door.  Half glazed door to Hall having wall mounted electric heater and trip fuses with period wooden doors off to the sitting room and bathroom.   The Bathroom has tiled floor, enamel bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, W.C, wash basin, shelved recess, radiator and obscure glazed window to the front.   Sitting Room having open stone fireplace with slate hearth and fitted wood burner stove with the fireplace incorporating a cloam oven, pine door to shelved cupboard and under stair cupboard. Two windows with window seats, the double glazed one overlooking the front entrance and an inner one to the kitchen. Doorway to Dining Room having staircase off, two wall lights and opening into the Kitchen with fitted floor units with rolled edge worktops, inset stainless steel sink, built-in appliances comprising electric oven, fridge, washing machine and dishwasher (the items were included in a recent tenancy and are included in the sale, but sold without any warranty), solid fuel Rayburn cooker/heater with back boiler supplying domestic hot water and one radiator. Dual aspect windows from the kitchen overlook the side and rear garden together with half glazed stable door to the garden. Staircase ascends to a small first floor Landing Square with natural Pine doors off to both bedrooms. Each will accommodate a double bed with the Main Bedroom having a built-in double wardrobe with window overlooking the front garden and the road through the village. Bedroom Two has a radiator, double doors to built-in airing cupboard with factory lagged copper cylinder which also has a supplementary immersion heater. Further cupboard overhead and window overlooking the side garden with views beyond over the countryside to Kit Hill.  

To the side of the entrance drive are two buildings, a stone and slate Building approximately 13’ x 6’ (3.96m x 1.82m) with dual aspect windows and water tap with adjoining stone, timber and CGI Garage/Workshop 27’ x 12’ (8.23m x 3.65m) with part gated access off the entrance and window opening to the garden. This building requires some repair. The garden is grassed with partial division having Privet hedging, a few shrubs on the edges and to the front garden.   The site measures in all approximately 80’ x 45’ (24.38m x 13.71m). There is an outside water tap on the side of the dwelling. 

SERVICES Mains water, electricity and drainage.   


From Callington proceed towards Launceston on the A388 road to Kelly Bray which is reached after roughly a mile and bear off right alongside the Swingle Tree pub onto Stoke Road to Stoke Climsland. Proceed into Stoke Climsland village and take the left turn to Venterdon following the road down and around to the right by the duck pond where Climar will be found within 200 yards on the left hand side just past the right turn to Dingle Close.     

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