A beautiful family home standing neatly in 4 acres with annexe potential in a stunning location. 4.3 acres. Full range of traditional outbuildings offering further potential. Flexible accommodation. Privately set in its own land. Equestrian facilities. Stunning parkland gardens. Self-contained annexe potential subject to the necessary permissions. Five bedrooms. EPC Band G.
Stags are delighted to welcome Old Bearah to the market for only the second time in the over 550 years of its life. Abandoned in 1911, Bearah fell asleep for 70 years until gently reawakened by the current owners 35 years ago. Many of the original features have been lovingly retained and this brings unique character to this family home. Stone built and heavily beamed with original beams throughout, it is nevertheless a warm cosy five bedroom home of 2764 sq ft with rooms designed for formal entertainment both in the house and also on the extensive terraces; as well as cosy winter evenings in front of the open fire. The main aspect of the house faces south.ACCOMMODATION
Crossing the threshold into an outer hall with ancient slate slabs, a warm boot room/coat room and cloakroom are conveniently at hand. The adjacent utility room has a large dog washing' sink. The inner hall leads to the dining room which can seat up to 14 easily and then the kitchen which has a breakfast bar leading directly onto the terrace. The Snug has French doors onto the terrace and inglenook fireplace with an open fire. Leading into the Garden Room, dramatically vaulted, with gas-log fire and full length glass walls looking down the garden. French doors lead you to the terrace. Into a large multipurpose room bedroom 5 with access via French doors to a terrace; a study area; a kitchenette; extensive wardrobes and shower room. The upstairs master bedroom has dual aspect windows with an extensive walk-in wardrobe; whilst next door is the family bathroom with roll top bath and walk-in shower. The main guest bedroom has an en-suite shower room and built-in wardrobes. Bedrooms 3 &4 also have built-in wardrobes. THE BARNS: The two storied Victorian barn, has a wood store, two store rooms and a double bay carport whilst upstairs is a party room with a shower and a separate potential double bedroom/gym. Double doors lead to the soft fruit garden. The butter well' was recently tested and is of drinking quality. At the end of the extensive gravelled parking area the Edwardian barn houses the Stable and Lawn-Tractor house with hay store above.GARDENS AND GROUNDS
Privately set within its own grounds of 4.3 acres the house faces due south and east down into its own valley, is entirely private. The grounds are divided by a ha-ha halfway down the garden. Above the ha-ha are more formal areas mainly laid to lawns with easily managed shrubberies and a natural stream feeding the large pond with a resident pair of moorhens. The croquet lawn flanked by the stable barn and Folly is an ideal setting for a large marquee. Below the ha-ha is more informal with spring flowers and an orchard of traditional Cornish apples and Tamar valley cherries. A small wooded area and two paddocks make up the balanced formal/informal atmosphere.SERVICES
Mains Electricity, private water (supplied by local farmer), private drainage and LPG gas.DIRECTIONS
At the Carkeel roundabout coming from Plymouth, take the right hand exit onto the A388 signposted for Callington. After the roundabout at the village of Hatt continue on main road for half a mile, at the top of the hill turn left, signposted to Pillaton. Continue along this road for about one mile, turn right, and then take the first right hand turn where you will find the private drive on the left hand side - Strictly by appointment through Stags' Plymouth Office: 01752 223933 or firstname.lastname@example.org.