Situation The property is set within the hamlet of Venterdon, only a short distance from the small village of Stoke Climsland, which is served by a Post Office, general store, primary school and thriving community. Less than five miles away is the town of Callington, which has a doctors, dentist, veterinary surgery, places of worship and Tesco store.
We understand a Livery Yard can be found within the vicinity.
Approximately 10 miles to the east is the picturesque market town of Tavistock, to the north is the former market town of Launceston where there is access to the vital A30 trunk road which links the cathedral cities of Exeter and Truro to the motorway network and to the south lies the city port of Plymouth.
Description This substantial detached residence has its origins dating from 1684 and over the years has been carefully restored to retain many original features, whilst the current owners have managed to blend a partial contemporary feel to the property.
The residence consists of two linked individual 4 bedroom homes that currently form a very comfortable and spacious family home of up to 8 bedrooms or alternative receptions and has a timber double garage. The property offers considerable versatility to be used as two separate dwellings, which make it ideal for multi-generational use or for potential home and income use. (Albeit as holiday/letting accommodation or to satisfy the letting demand from the local Duchy College).
Accommodation The home features an impressive square footage of approximately 4,858 of accommodation.
The main house briefly comprises entrance hall with stairs to first floor. Double doors lead down to sitting room with fireplace housing wood burning stove and Cloam oven. Window overlooking the rear garden with a window seat. Study/bedroom 4 has a door out to the rear garden and benefits from an en-suite shower room with WC. The dining room features double doors to the rear garden with fireplace housing a wood burning stove and steps leading up to the kitchen/breakfast room, which has been extended by the current owner, with underfloor heating and offers a range of base units, sink with instant hot water tap, integrated dishwasher, space for range-style cooker and extractor hood over, space for fridge/freezer. A show piece island offers additional cupboard and worktop space with built-in microwave. Bi-folding doors run the length of one of the walls and a door leads through to "The Barn" accommodation and an additional door leads to the utility room, with cupboards, sink and space and plumbing for washing machine.
The first floor offers three double bedrooms and a shower room with a WC. The master bedroom has a dressing room and en-suite bathroom with a bath and separate shower, WC and vanity unit with two separate wash hand basins.
"The Barn" comprises an entrance door from the front courtyard and leads into the kitchen/dining room with a gas fired wood effect stove and door providing access through to the main house with staircase which leads to three of the bedrooms. The kitchen has a range of base and wall mounted cupboards and drawers, built-in cooker and hob, inset sink and integrated dishwasher. The shower room offers a WC, shower and wash hand basin and has space and plumbing for washing machine and dryer. From the kitchen there are steps up to the sitting room with doors out to the rear parking area and stairs up to bedroom 4/study.
The first floor offers three bedrooms and a bathroom comprising bath, WC and wash hand basin.
The property can be approached through wrought iron gates onto a slate flagstone courtyard with circular spring-fed well and hand pump, with various garden features and side access to:-
Side Garden and rear garden
To the rear of the property there is a patio area overlooking a large ornamental fish pond, (with waterfall feature), and the main garden, which is laid to lawn with range of shrubs and plants. The lawn sweeps around the side of the property, whilst to the rear of "The Barn", there is a gravel parking area.
Timber double garage With power, light and storage over.
agent's note We are advised by our clients that the properties can be used separately but cannot be sold as separate Titles.
Services Mains water, drainage, gas and electricity.
Council tax The property has two Bands - A (The Barn) and F (House)
local authority North Cornwall District Council.
Viewing Strictly by appointment through Luscombe Maye's Yealmpton Office. Bespoke appointments can be arranged with adequate notice. Opening hours Monday - Friday 9am - 5.30pm, Saturday 9am - 1pm.
Directions From Callington, head north on the A388 towards Launceston, passing through the village of Kelly Bray and continue along for 2 miles. At the prominent crossroads, signposted Dutchy College and Stoke Climsland, turn right and continue along this road, (passing the college driveway), and take the right hand turn signposted Venterdon. Continue on this road into the hamlet, passing through and as the road bends to the left, you will see the property straight in front of you.
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