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6 bedroom detached house for sale

Off Borough Court, Torpoint, Cornwall, PL11

Sold STC £675,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Beautiful Walled Gardens
  • 1.3 Acres
  • Range of Traditional Outbuildings with
  • Further Potential
  • Quintessential Elegant Period Family Home
  • Annexe Potential
  • Breathtakingly Beautiful Perfect for Entertaining Great Location

Full description

A beautiful farmhouse with a range of outbuildings nestling in almost one and a half acres of walled gardens. Beautiful walled gardens. 1.3 Acres. Range of traditional outbuildings with further potential. Quintessential elegant period family home. Annexe potential. Breathtakingly beautiful. Perfect for entertaining. Great Location. EPC Band E

Situation - Borough Farmhouse is located on the rural outskirts of the 18th century town of Torpoint in South East Cornwall which lies opposite the maritime city of Plymouth and linked by car ferry. Sandwiched between the Lynher, Millbrook and Tamar Estuarys. The area represents an incredible lifestyle investment, with stunning countryside and a mild climate and is rightly recognised as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in an area known as the Lost Corner of Cornwall.
 
Adjacent is the beautiful and National Trust owned Antony House which overlooks the River Lynher and is a huge asset to the area. The golden sandy beaches of Whitsand Bay and the truly beautiful Mount Edgcumbe Country Park. The nearby village of Antony boasts a pub, farm shop and cafe, and there is a sought after primary school within the village. There are a number of footpaths and bridle ways giving access to the surrounding countryside for walking and riding, along with a golf course nearby.
 
The maritime City of Plymouth is a short hop across the car ferry away with all the amenities of a large modern city. The area is served by excellent schools, both in the public and private sectors including Plymouth College
 
Active pursuits are available locally including shooting, fishing and horse riding. Opportunities for sailing are excellent and extensive.

Description - Probably dating from the seventeenth century, the property is an original Farmhouse with Georgian extensions that exude gravitas and presence. To the rear, the handsome Georgian facade which is characterised by its proportion and balance blends the styles beautifully.
 
Largely laid out on two floors with an attached barn offering further potential, this beautiful country house enjoys a further extensive traditional outbuildings including garaging and former piggery.
 
The property is a much loved family home that has been beautifully restored and well maintained by the current owners over the past 34 years. Steeped in history, the house offers comfortable and practical living space with elegant receptions rooms for large scale entertaining and retains an abundance of period charm and character, exhibiting many of its original features including panelled walls, decoratively moulded ceilings, and open fire places.
 
Attached to the house and laid out over two levels is a useful barn, probably former servants quarters and certainly a former cider barn with the original press and horse engine driven crusher, all is surprisingly good condition, but not restricted by a being listed. This barn has a huge amount of further potential, subject to the necessary permissions and indeed the current owners formerly considered its conversion for an elderly relative.

Accommodation - Borough Farmhouse sits back from a quiet lane and is hidden from view. It exudes gravitas and presence and is a fine country house, neither too large nor too small. A wonderful house for entertaining and family living, it is well centred and inviting.
 
Crossing the threshold the entrance vestibule opens into a traditional cross passage room, with panelling, this family room flows into the Georgian extension entrance hall with impressive staircase rising to the first floor. The double reception room is deeply impressive and is perfect for formal or informal entertaining, beautifully proportioned enjoying views and access through the French Windows to the pretty gardens beyond.
 
The kitchen is a large room with exposed beams, well fitted with hand crafted floor and wall mounted units yet with plenty of space for a breakfast table . At the far end of the house is a useful utility and garden room.
 
Moving up to the first floor there are six bedrooms sharing two bathrooms. A staircase leads to the loft space probably formally the servants quarters, which today create further storage.

Gardens And Grounds - The walled gardens are a particularly fine feature of this delightful family home and extend to 1.3 acres. The house is surrounded by lawns, formal gardens and mature trees.
 
Largely parkland with established specimen trees including Tulip tree, Plum, and Apple. A Terrace, perfect for alfresco dining or entertaining abut the house. The land gently falls away, and then rises to create a wonderful vista over the gardens, which enjoy a high degree of privacy.
 
In front of the property is a range of traditional outbuildings, including extensive piggery, currently used for storage, and open fronted double garage and an enclosed active Well, with slate shelf above. The driveway elegantly sweeps down to the garaging with an area for parking and turning.
 
Beside the house is area devoted to a productive kitchen garden.

Services - Private Drainage. Mains Electricity. Mains Gas. Mains Water. Broadband.

Tenure - Freehold

Local Authority -

Viewings And Negotiations - Strictly by appointment through Stags' Plymouth Office: 01752 223933 or Email: plymouth@stags.co.uk.

Directions - The property is located just over a mile from Plymouth, via the Torpoint ferry, hidden away it is best to follow a postcode for an adjacent property PL11 2QW. Leaving Torpoint on the A374 towards the pretty village of Antony, Turn left into Goad Avenue, and then turn almost immediately left again into Borough Court, where you will find the sweeping driveway on your left.

These particulars are a guide only and should not be relied upon for any purpose.


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