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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Boyton, Launceston


Property Description

Key features

  • 7.4 acre equestrian holding
  • Three reception / three bedroom detached farmhouse
  • Range of out buildings and barn
  • Stable block with four stables, and workshop
  • 20m x 40m dressage arena
  • Secure enclosed pasture and paddock
  • Good road access to B3254
  • No onward chain
  • EPC: C

Full description

7.4 acre equestrian holding in tranquil setting. Three bedroom detached modern farmhouse. Range of useful outbuildings. L-shape stable block with yardage, tack room and workshop. Large modern, steel portal frame barn. 20m x 40m dressage arena. Gently sloping, secure, enclosed pasture land. Convenient to B3254 Launceston—Bude road. No onward chain. EPC: C

Shepherds View is a well appointed equestrian holding set within 7 acres. The property comprises a modern farmhouse, which has undergone recent extension and renovation, L-shaped stable block, large dressage arena and barn.

The house comprises a spacious sitting room, dining room, kitchen / breakfast room with a large conservatory to the front. Upstairs are three bedrooms, with master en-suite. The house benefits from oil fired central heating and uPVC double glazing. 

The property is located in a quiet, rural setting, with convenient access to the B3254, Launceston to Bude /North Coast road. Nearby is the village of Boyton, with village Primary School, Church and Methodist Chapel. Also close by is the popular Countryman Inn public house. 

To the South (approx. 6 miles) via the B3254 the former market town of Launceston provides a range of commercial, retail and social services, including supermarkets, doctors surgery, primary and secondary schooling. Launceston sits astride the A30 dual carriageway, which provides an excellent road link throughout Cornwall and Devon. 

In all directions from Boyton is scenery of outstanding natural beauty. To the North (11 miles) is the stunning rugged Cornish coastline interspersed with quaint former fishing villages and popular sandy surfing beaches. To the West are the open spaces of Bodmin Moor, ideal for walking and riding, to the East is Dartmoor National Park and leading south is the hidden Tamar Valley steeped in 18th century mining history running out into Plymouth Sound famous for yachting activity.
uPVC double glazed construction with views of the surrounding gardens and rolling farmland beyond. Tiled floor throughout with electric underfloor heating. Doors leading to sitting room and inner lobby. 

Spacious reception room with windows to the side and rear. Feature brick and stone fireplace with timber mantel, fitted with log burner. Door to kitchen and staircase to first floor. 

Large kitchen with a range of base and wall units to one end. Integral electric double oven and electric hob with extractor fan over. Space for dishwasher. Area to the front with space for a breakfast table and       window to front with views of the garden. Double doors to dining room. Door to Utility room. 

Generously proportioned reception room, with dual aspect to the front and side. Double doors out to garden. 

Base unit and work surface to one side. Space for washing machine. Doors to rear and shower room.

Tiled enclosure with electric shower. 

Landing with window to front over staircase.  Airing cupboard with hot water cylinder.  Loft access hatch. 

Master bedroom with window to the front, taking in views of the garden and surrounding farmland. Bank of fitted wardrobes and drawers to one side.
Suite of panel bath, wash hand basin and low level W.C. 

Window to rear. 

Window to rear. 

Suite of panel bath, wash hand basin and low level W.C. 

The property is accessed from the roadway by a concrete drive, leading to a parking area for several vehicles, laid to hard core. 

To the front of the garden is a large, level garden laid predominantly to lawn and bordered by a range of flowering bushes and trees. 

At the rear of the house is a small yard, laid to gravel with the oil storage tank. 

WORKSHOP  (5.493m x 2.820m / 18’ x 9’3”)
Situated to the side of the house. Concrete block construction.  Lighting and power connected. 

LOG STORE  (2.525m x 2.820m / 8’3” x 9’3”)

Leading off from the driveway is the L-shaped stable block, with an area of concrete yardage to the front. Comprising:

CARPORT / HAYBARN (4.538m x 4.911m / 15’ x 16’1”)

OFFICE  (2.725m x 4.911m / 8’11” x 16’1”)
Window to rear, electric panel heater. Shower room in one corner with electric shower, low level W.C. and wash hand basin. Please Note: the water supply is via a private borehole. 

WORKSHOP  (4.537m x 4.893m / 14’10” x 16’)
Up and over door. Light and power available. 

TACK ROOM (2.389m x 5.110m / 7’10” x 16’9”)

FEED STORE (3.983m x 2.360m / 13’ x 7’8”)

STABLES  (3.992m x 4.719m  / 12’1” x 15’5” each). 
Comprising four equal size boxes. 

DRESSAGE ARENA (20m x 40m / 65’7” x 131’2”)
Bordered with post and rail fencing. Laid to rubber chippings with sand base. 

BARN (14.987m x 9.491 / 49’2” x 31’1”)
Steel portal frame with corrugated metal cladding. Sliding doors to front. 

The land comprises approximately 6 acres of pasture. This is broken up into two level pony paddocks beside the stable block, each with water connected and fenced with post and rail fencing. The remaining land comprises a large, gently sloping paddock. 

Mains water and electricity. Sewerage by private disposal system. Oil fired central heating. Borehole water supply to outbuildings and land. 


EPC               C.

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13 April 2018


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