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Tremaine, Launceston, Cornwall, PL15
Guide price £499,950 | 3 bedrooms | 3.62 acres

Property features

• 3 Bedrooms
• 2 Bathrooms
• Kitchen/Dining Room
• Sitting Room & Study
• Planning Permission for Residential Annexe
• Useful Range of Outbuildings
• Pasture Paddock
• 3.62 Acres In All

A most appealing Grade II Listed farmhouse in tranquil rural location with land and outbuildings. 3 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, kitchen/dining room with Rayburn, sitting room, study, PP for annexe, outbuildings, paddock. 3.62 Acres (or thereabouts).
The property lies on the fringes of the rural hamlet of Tremaine, 9 miles from the North Cornish coast. The town of Launceston is 8 miles distant with a 24 hour supermarket, M&S Food Hall, leisure centre, two 18 hole golf courses and access to the vital A30 which leads to the cathedral cities of Truro and Exeter. At Exeter there is access to the M5 motorway network, mainline railway stations serving London Paddington and international airport. 13 miles to the North is the coastal resort of Bude and access to the A39, the Atlantic Highway.

A 16th century Grade II Listed farmhouse of cob and stone construction beneath a slate roof. The property has been subject to considerable expenditure to provide a home of character and comfort. There are many traditional features such as slate floors, exposed beamed ceilings and inglenook open fireplaces, combined with modern conveniences such as oil fired radiators heated by the Rayburn and night storage heating.

The accommodation is illustrated on the floorplan overleaf and comprises an entrance porch, kitchen/dining room, utility, rear porch and a bathroom. The kitchen/dining room has fitted units, appliance space, tiled floor and an Inglenook fireplace housing the Rayburn. Sitting room with a fireplace housing the woodburner, study and stairs rising to first floor.
From the landing, there is access to the master bedroom with oak doors through to the en suite shower room. The second bedroom has exposed roof timbers, window to front aspect and night storage heater. Access into bedroom 3, also served by the back stairs from the kitchen, with oak panelling and exposed roof trusses.

Accessed from the quiet parish road, via an unmade lane serving three other properties, through a five bar gate into the extensive gravel parking area. The outbuildings comprise:
Distinctive, open-fronted WAGON HOUSE 6.4m x 5.8m (21' x 17') with granite uprights and concrete floor (power and water adjacent). An external staircase leads to the first floor STUDIO 6.54m x 5.23m (21' x 17'2") with windows to the front, Velux skylights to the rear, power and light connected. Double GARDEN SHED 4.93m x 2.87m (16'2" x 9'5") with power and light connected, concrete floor and double coach doors.
The concrete drive sweeps around the front of the property to the WORKSHOP (47' x 13'6''') with a pair of entrance doors, timber walls, part box clad, a rear door and an adjoining chicken pen. Attached to the workshop is planning consent under Cornwall Council Planning Application Number PA15/10805 for a stone faced, two bedroom, detached residential annexe.
The gardens are a feature of the property, laid mainly to lawn with hedge and fence boundaries and attractive features including pergola, in-ground ornamental pond, raised shrub/flower beds and small orchard. Adjoining the garden is a pasture paddock of 2.9 acres, again with hedge and fence boundaries and vehicular access from the driveway/garden. The property extends in all to 3.623 acres (or thereabouts).

Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Bulk oil-fired central heating to three radiators via Rayburn, night storage heating. The property has been connected to Superfast Broadband. Please note the agents have not inspected or tested these services. The property is sold subject to all local authority charges.

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

From Launceston take the B3254 towards Bude and at St Stephens Church turn left, signposted Egloskerry. Proceed throughthe village of Egloskerry and on towards Tresmeer. Just before Tresmeer, turn right signposted Tremaine, and after almost 1/2 mile, turn left towards Tremaine. At the T-junction turn left, passing Tremaine Church on the left. Follow this road for approximately 0.25 miles and at the triangular patch of grass, turn left along the unmade track for 120 yards where the entrance to Lower Westcott will be seen on the left hand side. Map reference: OS Landranger Sheet 190:232/892.

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