A beautiful family home offering spacious accommodation and set in nearly an acre. Immaculately presented detached barn conversion. Nearly an acre of gardens. Superb location. Impressive accommodation. Family friendly layout. Garage with room above. EPC Band C.
Nestling neatly above the banks of the River Tamar, the border between Devon and Cornwall since Saxon times. This area, renowned for the warm climate, clean air and bathing waters, the Tamar Valley is rich in beauty and history and clearly deserving its status as an 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty'. It possesses some of the finest scenery in the West Country and includes the historic estates of Pentillie and Cotehele nearby.
Set in quiet, green countryside, Plymouth city centre with all the amenities of a large modern city is only is only a 25 minute drive away. The historic market towns of Liskeard, Launceston and Tavistock can each be reached within a half-hour drive. The village of St Dominick benefits from a post office and general store along with an 8th century church and Methodist hall. The pub, The Who'd Have Thought It, offers great food and local ales. The Waitrose store is but a short drive away.
Active pursuits, shooting, fishing and horse riding are all available nearby as well as extensive recreational facilities at the St Mellion International Golf Resort, about a mile away. Also, there are many walking opportunities locally with a wide network of footpaths and bridleways. Situated on the Quay, a short stroll from the property, is one of the smallest chapels in BritainDESCRIPTION
This recently converted barn, is set in tiny hamlet on the edge of the renowned Pentillie Estate, today this impressive and beautifully presented 4 bedroom family home has been converted by the current owners sympathetically, over a period of eight years. Extending to 2854 square feet and set in nearly an acre, the property is easy to maintain and efficient to run. The original barn is of architectural merit, and the owners have been sympathetic to the original character with stone arches and beams bearing the date stamp 1795.ACCOMMODATION
Crossing the threshold a spacious entrance hallway leads to the dining area and kitchen with bi-folding doors to terrace beyond, the kitchen is fitted with wall and base units and granite work surfaces with central island, with a door to the utility with space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer.
Upstairs the sitting room is deeply impressive with far reaching views and exposed wooden beams to ceiling, a glazed internal balcony overlooks the kitchen and dining areas, and a warming wood burning stove with oak mantle and slate hearth creates a focal feature, doors opening onto the Juliet balconies with views across the Tamar Valley towards Dartmoor and to the rear across the gardens.
Four generous bedrooms with master en suite and a large family bathroom.GARDENS AND GROUNDS
The generous gardens extend to 0.860 of an acre (0.348 ha) and are remarkably level and useable and have been landscaped to make the most of the space with an eye to easy maintenance. A gated gravel driveway leads past the house to a two storey, double garage with remote controlled door, with power and lighting. A staircase leads to a the first floor which has been insulated throughout and with addition of velux sky lights gives the opportunity to be utilised for multiple uses.
The property is surrounded by low maintenance enclosed gardens that have been chiefly laid to lawn with a range of native hedging, fruit trees and shrubs throughout. A large terrace area to the rear elevation provides ample space for outdoor dining and entertaining whilst enjoying the peaceful surroundings. At the far end of the garden is a pirate ship which the children or grandchildren will love.TENURE
Mains Electricity and Water. Private Drainage. Oil fired central heating and under floor heating throughout the property.COUNCIL TAX BAND
Council Tax Band FVIEWINGS AND NEGOTIATIONS
Strictly by appointment through Stags' Plymouth Office: 01752 223933 or Email: email@example.com.DIRECTIONS
Crossing the Tamar Bridge, turn right at the next roundabout onto the A388 Callington Road. Continue through the village of Hatt and after approximately 2 miles turn right onto an unclassified road. Continue along this road as it descends you will find the house on your right.