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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Chilsworthy, Tamar Valley, Gunnislake, Cornwall, PL18

Guide Price £650,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Lounge with Balcony and Stunning Views
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Kitchen/Dining Room
  • Conservatory/Garden Room
  • Adjoining Studio/Annexe
  • Detached Double Garage
  • Adjoining Pasture Paddocks and Woodland
  • In All About 8.75 Acres

Full description

Beautifully presented and remarkably spacious residence with panoramic views over the Tamar Valley. 3 bedrooms, bathroom and shower room, kitchen/dining room, conservatory/garden room, lounge and adjoining studio/annexe. Garage, gardens, pasture paddock and woodland. In all about 8.75 acres. EPC Band E.

Situation - Located on the edge of the small rural village of Chilsworthy, less than a mile from the self-contained village of Gunnislake with its post office / general store catering for day to day needs, primary school, health centre, public houses and a railway station which has regular services into the City of Plymouth. A more comprehensive range of shopping facilities can be found at the market town of Tavistock including a pannier market, leisure centre and many sporting facilities as well as access to the majestic Dartmoor National Park. The city port of Plymouth is some 16 miles to the south of the property with its deep-water marina, regular cross channel ferry ports serving northern France and Spain and a wide range of department stores.

Description - The property is a most comfortable detached residence having been subject to considerable expenditure and improvement by the current vendors to make a home of rare quality and comfort.

Accommodation - The accommodation is clearly illustrated on the floor plan overleaf and comprises: welcoming reception hall provides access to the dining room which benefits from a two way woodburning stove which can also be accessed from the sitting room. An opening leads into the contemporary kitchen, which enjoys views over the gardens and surrounding countryside and comprises a range of base and eye level units and worksurface incorporating ceramic hob and sink unit. There is also an integral fridge and electric double oven. The inner hallway provides access to the comfortable sitting room, three bedrooms, family bathroom and a separate shower room.
 
From the reception hall there are stairs rising to the first floor, door to conservatory/garden room which has patio doors to the garden and access to the studio/potential annexe, which comprises a kitchenette, cloakroom with shower and reception room.
 
The first floor offers a delightful and spacious lounge with study area and doors leading onto the balcony which enjoys stunning panoramic views over the gardens, pasture paddocks and Dartmoor beyond. From the lounge there is access to a most useful boarded loft space being wood panelled and could easily be converted into further accommodation, subject to gaining the necessary planning consents/building regulations.

Outside - The property is accessed from the quiet country road with a tarmacadam drive leading to a circular driveway and DETACHED GARAGE: 6.02m x 4.95m (19'9'' x 16'3'') with power and light connected. To the rear of the property is a most appealing terraced area ideal for al-fresco dining and enjoying stunning views over the Tamar Valley to Dartmoor beyond. The gardens are laid mainly to lawn with well-defined hedge and fence boundaries. The garden is attractively divided into various areas with mature trees, vegetable plot, greenhouse and timber sheds. At the bottom of the garden is access to the adjoining land with well-defined hedge and fence boundaries and comprises four enclosures, three of which are pasture paddocks ideal for horses or a few herd of young stock and the fourth being a woodland.
 
Accessed from the garden is a most useful large cellar area with power and light connected. This provides an excellent workshop area, garden store or wine cellar.
 
The land in all extends to 8.75 acres or thereabouts.

Services - Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating via external boiler. The property has the benefit of superfast broadband. Please note the agents has not inspected or tested these services. The property is sold subject to all local authority charges.

Viewings - Strictly by appointment with the vendor's appointed agents Stags.

Directions - From Callington head east along the A390 towards Gunnislake and Tavistock. After approximately 1.5 miles turn left at Hingston Down on the B3257 signposted Launceston 12 miles. In 0.25 of a mile take the right hand turn signposted Hingston Down Quarry and continue along this road for approximately 1 mile taking the left hand turning signposted Chilsworthy. After approximately 600 yards, as the road splits, take the left-hand fork as it ascends down a very pleasant country lane. Continue along this road for approximately 0.7 of a mile and at the T-junction turn sharp right heading back towards the village of Chilsworthy. After approximately 0.5 of a mile Torvescan House will be found on the left-hand side easily identifiable by a for sale board.

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


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29 September 2017

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