You enter into the property via the front door into an entrance vestibule perfect for removing shoes and coats. You continue into the sizeable living room which is a spacious room for all the family whilst still retaining a cosy feel. The feature is the bare stonework at one end, complete with a fireplace with a wooden lintel and wood burning stove adding character and providing warmth on winters' evenings. A door takes you into an internal hallway where you can find a cloakroom WC, utility room with oil fired boiler and plumbing for a washing machine. The study leads off the hall and, as it is square in shape, offers flexibility as a reading room or child's playroom.
The Heart of the Home
The hub of the house is definitely the kitchen/diner. This sizeable room is fitted with a number of units and plenty of worktop space for preparing your favourite meal. An oil-fired 'Aga' provides a cosy country feel and emits a residual warmth. There is ample space for a family dining table, a great place to entertain family and friends.
Rising up a flight of stairs to a bright and sizeable landing you can find the four bedrooms, all of which are south facing double rooms. The master bedroom benefits from built-in wardrobes as well as a door to a decked area providing a perfect spot to enjoy your morning coffee. There is an ensuite bathroom with corner bath, walk-in double shower, WC, bidet and basin. The family bathroom benefits from a claw foot roll top bath, WC and basin.
The property benefits from a single level annexe which is not currently utilised and therefore is not currently fitted with a kitchen or bathroom but water and electricity are connected. With a little finishing off, it would make a perfect home for a dependent relative who requires their own space. The annexe also benefits from a private patio area.
To the front of the property is a gravelled parking area for a number of cars which leads up and around the property where garaging and further turning space is found. The vendors have recently created a further access lane which allows for direct access from a country lane into the land which passes all the way down to the house connecting with the turning area. There are a range of outbuildings which were formerly used as a stables and animal pens. There are currently four stables with power and water as well as a tack room and plenty of covered storage space for dry storage of feed.
A garden area which has been laid to lawn with a range of mature trees, shrubs and a three tier pond allows for wildlife to flourish in abundance. The land amounts to approximately 1.75 acres which is laid to pasture with mature hedging and trees separating it into two fields. The land is sloping however is suitable for grazing. An old barn which is currently used as a games room and outdoor entertaining space could be turned into a field shelter. From the land you can take in the beautiful views of the Tamar Valley. A further area set aside to be an orchard provides plenty of fruit.
Mains electricity. Mains metered water. Private drainage. Oil fired heating.
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