4 bedroom detached house for saleCommon Moor, Liskeard, Cornwall, PL14
- Detached character cottage
- Four bedrooms
- Separate second reception room / dining room
- Modern kitchen / breakfast room
- Well established gardens
- Ground floor bathroom
- First floor shower room
- Mature, established gardens and parking for several cars
- Moorland hamlet position
A fine example of a refurbished, four bedroom detached character cottage on the edge of Bodmin Moor, set in a lovely rural position. The accommodation comprises a modern kitchen / breakfast room, ground floor bathroom, separate family room / dining room, lounge with inglenook fireplace with an inset wood burner. The first floor offers four generous bedrooms and shower room. Further benefits include double glazed windows, oil central heating, driveway parking for several vehicles, an outbuilding with wood store, extensive gardens with an outdoor heated swimming pool, abutting a moorland stream . A viewing is highly recommended to appreciate this property in this locality.
The property enjoys a near perfect location set amidst its own land, accessed over a long private drive abutting a pleasant moorland stream surrounded by glorious woodland and countryside. The property lies approximately four miles from the self-contained village of Minions with its Post Office/General Store, public house catering for day to day needs. A more comprehensive range of shopping facilities can be found at the market town of Liskeard, some four miles to the south, offering a range of supermarkets, doctors, dentist and veterinary surgery together with mainline railway station serving London Paddington (via Plymouth) to Penzance.
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Access to the bathroom and dining room.
Ground Floor Bathroom
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Double glazed wood window with obscure glass facing the rear. Radiator, tiled flooring and down lights. Low level WC, freestanding roll top bath with mixer tap and pedestal sink with mixer tap.
3.91m x 2.74m
Double glazed wood window facing the rear. Radiator, solid oak flooring, exposed stone work and archway into the lounge.
Kitchen Breakfast Room
5.69m x 3.51m
A modern and spacious cottage style kitchen which offers; Double glazed uPVC windows facing the front and side. Radiator, tiled flooring. Granite effect work surfaces, a range of white wall and base units, stainless steel sink with drainer, space for a range oven with an overhead extractor, integrated dishwasher and space for washing machine. Additionally there is space for a family dining table. Access to the hall and stairs ascend to the first floor accommodation.
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There is a moorland, pedestrian bridle path which starts from the timber gate on the roadside, continues to the front of the property and leads off to the moors, along the boundary of the main garden. The property has recently undergone a full refurbishment programme. A viewing internally and externally is highly advised through Stratton Creber in Liskeard.
5.87m x 3.07m
UPVC double glazed door opening onto the driveway providing front access. Double aspect double glazed uPVC windows facing the front overlooking the garden. Radiator and an inset wood burner, solid oak flooring and feature beam ceilings. Maximum measurement against longest wall.
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Double glazed uPVC window facing the front overlooking fields. Boiler cupboard and access to the bedrooms and shower room.
3.73m x 2.64m
Double glazed uPVC window facing the rear. Radiator.
3.81m x 2.37m
Heated towel rail, tiled flooring, tiled walls. Low level WC, single enclosure shower, wall-mounted sink, extractor fan.
3.79m x 3.53m
Double aspect double glazed uPVC windows facing the front and side overlooking fields. Radiator, solid oak flooring.
4.14m x 2.59m
Double aspect double glazed wood windows facing the rear. Radiator.
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Double aspect double glazed uPVC windows facing the front overlooking fields. Radiator, solid oak flooring.
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The property is approached through a five bar timber gate with a gravel driveway which extends to the front and beyond, providing parking for several cars. The side garden is laid to lawn, which borders a pleasant moorland stream. Off the cottage there is a low maintenance patio area, ideal for enjoying the tranquil surroundings and the sound of running water. A path leads to the rear where maintenance for the property can be obtained, also leading to the oil tank. Adjoining the property there is a secure outbuilding ideal use for a potting shed, additionally with an attached wood store. The majority of the gardens is accessed through a stone wall and archway, considered to be an exceptional size, mainly laid to lawn, a further range of mature, trees, plants, bushes and flower beds. It also includes an outdoor heated swimming pool, with pump house and ample space for a timber sheds / greenhouses which would suit the most avid of horticulturalists, surrounded by moorland countryside.
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Double glazed door into the porch with double glazed windows and tiled flooring. Inner door into the kitchen / breakfast room. Ideal space for coat and shoe storage or small utility.
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