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Guide price£775,000
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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Trehunist, Liskeard
Detached house
4 bed
2 bath
EPC rating: E*
1,605 sq ft / 149 sq m

Key information

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Broadband: Basic 8Mbps *
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Property description & features

  • Delightful Detached Farmhouse
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 2 Reception Rooms
  • Kitchen & Pantry
  • Delightful Gardens
  • Approximately 2.34 acres in total
  • Stables, Open Barn, Workshop and Garage
  • Off Road Parking & Garage
  • Council Tax Band: E
  • Freehold
An immaculately presented equestrian holding enjoying a quiet and enviable rural position. Delightful Detached Farmhouse, 4 Bedrooms, 2 Reception Rooms, Kitchen & Pantry, Delightful Gardens, Approximately 2.34 acres in total, Stables, Open Barn & Workshop, Off Road Parking & Garage. Freehold, Council Tax Band: E, EPC Band: E.

Situation - The property is located in a delightful rural position on the outskirts of the hamlet of Trehunist, 3.3 miles from the village of Menheniot. The exceptional primary school at Quethiock is only 1.5 miles away, The popular village of Menheniot offers a Post office/general store, primary school, pub and places of worship. There are also local sporting facilities including tennis courts, cricket and football clubs. Menheniot Station lies a mile south of the village, which has links to Plymouth and Truro. Liskeard is located just 7.3 miles to the west and offers a more comprehensive range of shopping, educational and recreational facilities including sports centre, mainline railway station and the A38 trunk road, ensuring that Plymouth and the M5 motorway network at Exeter are readily accessible. The picturesque south Cornish coastline lies 9 miles away.

Description - This most impressive detached Cornish stone and slated farmhouse offers 4 bedrooms, 2 reception rooms, kitchen with Aga and conventional oven, delightful gardens, stable block, open barn, workshop and a pasture field. In all the property extends to approximately 2.3 acres.

Accommodation - An enclosed front porch leads into the entrance hall with doors to the sitting and dining room. The sitting room has an impressive fireplace with a wood burning stove and enjoys an aspect over the front garden and countryside beyond. The dining room boasts further character features with exposed beams, flagstone slate flooring and an inglenook fireplace with a wood burner. From the dining room a door leads to an inner lobby with stairs to the first floor and leads through to the kitchen which comprises a range of base units and drawers, Belfast sink, integrated oven with induction hob, electric Aga, dishwasher and a door into an impressive walk-in pantry. Off the inner lobby is a utility room with slate floor, Belfast sink, storage cupboards and a washing machine, door to the garden and an additional door to the downstairs shower room with a shower, wash hand basin and WC.

The first floor offers 4 bedrooms and a family bathroom comprising shower, roll top bath, wash hand basin, WC and airing cupboard. All of the bedrooms have wooden floors and bedroom 1 has a delightful vaulted ceiling with exposed A-frame beams and built-in wardrobes. Bedroom 2 has a feature fireplace and enjoys views across the valley.

Outside - A gravelled driveway leads to the yard which provides ample parking and a garage. There is a stable block with two stables, tack room (currently used as a small stable) and a further store/workshop, open barn and a large storage shed.
A path leads to the property's wonderful gardens which wrap around the house, which is mainly laid to lawn with a range of mature trees, shrubs and flower beds, garden shed, a small patio to the rear provides a private and peaceful spot for outdoor dining.
From the stable block, access leads to the pasture field with a field shelter. The property in all extends to approximately 2.34 acres.

Services - Main electricity, private water and drainage with a new sewage treatment system. Oil fired central heating. Please note the agents have not inspected or tested these services.

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

Directions - From Liskeard head towards Callington along the A390. On entering St Ive, just before Gimblett's Car Garage, turn right signposted Quethiock and continue along the lane for 1 mile then turn left onto Tremaine Road as you enter the village, Continue through the village and along the lane for approximately 1.3 miles and turn right at the sign for Coombe, the property will be on your right in approximately 0.2 miles.

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    Stags Launceston office is located on the main (Western) road from the A30, heading towards the Castle, and has its own car park. From here the successful sales and lettings teama work alongside the Professional Services department, who give expert advice on all planning, estate management and rural business issues, as well as carrying out professional valuations for probate, matrimonial disputes and inheritance tax to name but a few. Launceston (pronounced Lan-son) was the ancient capital of Cornwall and is located less than two miles from The River Tamar, which forms the border with Devon. The town is a popular tourist destination and has good access, via the A30 trunk road, to the far West of Cornwall, including Truro, and to Exeter in the East, both less than 40 minutes' drive away. Built on the side of a large hill between Dartmoor and Bodmin Moor, Launceston is a well-known market town and is the main shopping centre for the surrounding rural areas of West Devon and East Cornwall. It offers a huge variety of outdoor pursuits and is virtually equidistant from both the North and South Cornish Coast with their extensive sandy beaches and coastal walks. The town's population of 8,000 has access to a wide range of recreational facilities, including a fully equipped leisure centre, two golf courses, and numerous sporting and social clubs including Launceston RFC, one of the top Rugby Clubs in the Country.

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