A character mill house, adjoining former mill and a detached cottage set in a peaceful valley setting with no immediate neighbours and a river boundary. Potential to extend (STP). Parcel of Woodland (available by sep.neg.) EPC Band F. 19.82 Acres.
The property is sheltered at the bottom of the picturesque valley alongside the River Inny. The beautiful setting provides an idyllic situation on the outskirts of the popular village of Larrick. The property is within 3 miles of South Petherwin which has a public house, primary school and place of worship. The former market town of Launceston is 6 miles away with a more comprehensive range of shopping facilities such as a 24-hour supermarket and M&S Food Hall, along with doctors, dentists, veterinary surgeries, and places of worship. In addition, there are two testing 18-hole golf courses, leisure centre and a secondary school to A-level standard. Access to the rugged and scenic North Cornish Coast is only 18 miles away. The A30 trunk road at Launceston links to Exeter, with its international airport and main line train service to London Paddington. The city of Plymouth is 23 miles to the south, providing regular cross-channel services to Northern France and Spain.DESCRIPTION
A rare and exciting opportunity to acquire a unique 3 bedroom Miller's house with no immediate neighbours, an adjoining former mill, a detached 1 bedroom cottage and further outbuildings.ACCOMMODATION
The accommodation is clearly illustrated on the floorplan overleaf and comprises an entrance hall leading to the dining room and parlour. The kitchen comprises a range of wooden worksurfaces, stainless steel sink, space and plumbing for washing machine, tiled floor and rear door. The bathroom comprises a bath with electric shower over, WC and sink. Stairs rise from the kitchen to the first floor, with 3 bedrooms, all of which overlook the front garden and river.RUSES DOWER
A quaint, character cottage comprising an entrance hall, sitting room with stone fireplace, beamed ceilings, wood floor and electric panel heater. The kitchen has a range of base units, space for an electric cooker, stainless steel sink, slate floor and fireplace. Stairs from the living room lead to the bedroom with beautiful exposed wooden A-Frame beams and adjoining en suite bath and shower room.OUTSIDE
The driveway provides off road parking for several vehicles with the garden bordered by a range of mature trees and the River Inny. The adjoining FORMER MILL constructed of stone under a slate roof. It is understood that the mill was last used in 1952 and was powered by a Leat from the River Inny. The mill now offers a fantastic development opportunity to tastefully incorporate the mill workings, which are still in place, and merge with the existing house, subject to gaining the necessary consents. A redundant 2 storey stone and slate STABLE with adjoining open fronted CART SHED with power and light connected, could have potential subject to gaining the necessary planning consents.
The land comprises a mixture of natural meadowland running parallel to the River Inny for over 500m. We understand from the current vendors that there are established single bank fishing rights over the last 34 years. The property extends to 19.823 acres in all, with gently sloping grazing land and a small orchard comprising 10 different varieties of eating apples, 3 of them Cornish varieties. A parcel of woodland is available by separate negotiation.SERVICES
Mains electricity. Private water and drainage (we have been informed by the current vendors that mains water runs through the land). The main house benefits from a multi-fuel stove, wood burner and electric radiators. Please note the agents have not inspected or tested these services. The property is sold subject to all local authority charges.VIEWING
Strictly by appointment with the vendor's appointed agents, Stags.DIRECTIONS
Leave the A30 at Launceston and at Pennygillam roundabout, take the exit to South Petherwin onto the B3254. Follow the road through South Petherwin and ignore the left hand turning to Trecrogo. Continue for approximately 1.65 miles and turn left signposted to Newtown 3/4 mile. After approximately 0.8 miles, go straight across the crossroads, and after 300m, turn left again signposted as unsuitable for long and wide vehicles. Continue to the bottom of the valley where the property will be found on the left hand side. Please Note: Sat Nav will take you to the neighbouring village of Larrick.
From Callington, take the A388 towards Launceston and approximately 1 mile after The Swingletree pub, take the left hand turning towards Bodmin on the B3257. Follow this road through Bray Shop and Coads Green. On reaching the crossroads at Congdons Shop, turn right towards Launceston. Take the first right hand turning signposted Illand and follow the road, taking the second left hand turning and the property will be found on the left hand side.