An attractive smallholding in accessible rural location. 4 Bedrooms, bathroom, 2 reception rooms and conservatory. Level pasture paddocks with frontage to the River Wolf, extensive range of outbuildings and static caravan. EPC Band E. 8.8 Acres in all
The property lies in the heart of the small rural hamlet of Rexon Cross on the fringes of the village of Broadwoodwidger. The showpiece South West Water reservoir, Roadford Lake, is less than 2 miles from the property and the vital A30 trunk road is within easy access, being 1 mile distant, with links to the cathedral cities of Truro and Exeter.
More locally is the self-contained village of Lifton, some 4 miles distant, with its doctor's surgery, Post Office/general store and the well respected Arundel Arms Hotel. The former market town of Launceston is some 8 miles distant, with its 24 hour supermarket, recently opened M&S Food Hall, two testing 18 hole golf courses and a fully equipped leisure centre. The picturesque market town of Tavistock is 12 miles away, with an excellent range of shops and all the facilities associated with a thriving market town, and direct access to the majestic Dartmoor National Park.DESCRIPTION
An attractive smallholding comprising a well presented farmhouse which has well-appointed accommodation. The property benefits from a most useful range of outbuildings, ideal for storage or a hobby enthusiast, and a most attractive static caravan provides ancillary accommodation or potentially a useful supplemental income, if so desired.ACCOMMODATION
The accommodation is clearly illustrated on the floorplan overleaf and briefly comprises: entrance porch opening into the entrance hallway with stairs to first floor. Door to the 7.09m (23'3 ) sitting room with stone fireplace housing a woodburning stove on slate hearth and door to the garden room with views across the garden. The kitchen has a range of modern matching units with solid fuel Rayburn, window to side aspect. Off the kitchen there is a dining room and utility room with walk-in larder cupboard and shower room. To the first floor there are four bedrooms, bathroom and views over the gardens and grounds beyond.AGENT'S NOTE
There are small areas within the entrance hall and kitchen where there is restricted headroom to a maximum of 6'.OUTSIDE
There are two driveways to the property, one which leads primarily to the outbuildings and the other to the gardens and grounds which surround the property. These are level and laid mainly to lawn with vegetable gardens, greenhouses and wide range of mature shrubs and specimen trees.
The former farmyard comprises a range of most useful and extensive outbuildings, to include: FORMER GARAGE 4.93m x 2.59m(16'2 x 8'6) with adjoining WORKSHOP 3.48m x 3.66m (11'5 x 12'); POLE BARN 8.23m x 4.88m (27' x 16') being clad in box galvanised iron with power and light connected; further most useful WOOD SHED 6.40m x 4.01m (21' x 13'2); second POLE BARN 6.40m x 4.01m (21' x 13'2) with former piggery to the rear comprising storage area 9.50m x 6.40m (31'2 x 21').
From the driveway there is access to a most attractive two bedroom STATIC CARAVAN (which can sleep 6), presented in excellent decorative order which could provide ancillary accommodation or potentially a most useful supplemental income.
The ground adjoins the property and is divided in two, level and well fenced paddocks, laid mainly to grass with part river frontage to the River Wolf and would be ideal for horses or a few head of young stock. The property extends in all to 8.825 acres or thereabouts.SERVICES
Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. The property has the benefit of bulk oil fired central heating and double glazing throughout. The property benefits from Superfast Broadband. Please note the agents have not inspected or tested these services. The property is sold subject to all local authority charges.VIEWING
Strictly by prior appointment with the vendor's appointed agents Stags.DIRECTIONS
From the A30 take the Stowford Cross exit towards Roadford Lake Reservoir. Continue on this road for approximately ¼ mile and take the left hand turn signposted Broadwoodwidger/Kellacott. After ONLY 15 yards, turn left again. Continue for approximately 1/3 mile and Lakefield will be found on the left hand side, easily identified by the nameplate in the attractive stone faced gateway. Map Reference: OS Landranger Sheet190:412/884.