Delightful 25 acre smallholding with generously proportioned 3 bedroom dwelling, glorious far reaching views, substantial barn with potential, pasture and very accessible woodland. Further 30 acres available. EPC Band D.
The property is located in a private and rural position within the small hamlet of West Curry which lies between Launceston and Bude, just off the B3254. A comprehensive range of shopping and leisure facilities can be found in both Launceston and Bude, and access can be gained to the A30 dual-carriageway at Launceston which links the cathedral cities of Truro and Exeter. The National motorway network can be joined at Exeter (approximately 48 miles).
The property is set back from the lane which links it to the main Launceston to Bude road and enjoys stunning panoramic views over its own land and the undulating countryside, towards Dartmoor and Bodmin Moor.DESCRIPTION
A remarkably spacious and well presented detached bungalow with accommodation in the loft. The accommodation is shown on the attached floor plan but in summary briefly comprises an entrance porch, kitchen/breakfast room and separate utility room. There is a spacious sitting/dining room with double height sloping ceiling and stairs rising to the first floor. There are three double bedrooms, one with en-suite shower room and a family bathroom comprising panel enclosed bath, low W/C and wash hand basin. The first floor offers a large open plan games room and an office, with potential to adapt to suit the next owners requirements.OUTSIDE
The property is set back from the lane and accessed over a well kept tarmac driveway. There is a substantial lawned area to the south and a further private area of lawns, a pond and flower beds adjacent to the parking area at the front of the property. There is a ground mounted solar 3.9k array, which provides a useful income and free electricity and a secure detached garage with a toilet, wash hand basin and a mezzanine loft. The drive leads past the garage to a substantial double height agricultural barn (30' x 75') (22.9m x 9.1m). This may have potential under the new Class Q Permitted Development Rights to convert to a dwelling or replacement dwelling (Subject to obtaining necessary consents).THE LAND
The land comprises of predominantly south-facing and gently undulating productive pasture land, leading down to an area of well managed young broadleaf woodland, extending to approximately 15 acres. Planted species include: oak, ash, sycamore, poplar, cherry, rowan and hazel. The woodland is criss crossed with paths and tracks, enabling easy management and some lovely private walks. The pasture lies adjacent to the dwelling, but with its own separate access. It comprises of approximately 8.5 acres in 2 fields, enclosed with established hedges providing good shade and shelter.SERVICES
Mains water and electricity, private drainage, LPG gas central heating. Please note the agents have not inspected or tested these services. The land is watered with mains fed troughs.AGRICULTURAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCHEMES
There are no Entitlements included within the sale and no environmental schemes affect the land.VIEWING
Strictly by prior appointment with the vendor's appointed Agents, Stags Launceston Office.DIRECTIONS
From Launceston take the B3254 north towards Bude passing The Countryman Inn at Langdon Cross and continue for a further 2.9 miles. Take the left hand turn to West Curry and Barn Park is the second property on the left. A For Sale Board has been erected on the side of the main road.