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Menheniot, Liskeard
Guide price £1,250,000 | 5 bedrooms | 3.0 acres

Property features

• Delightful House of 3300 sqft of 3 Reception Rooms, Fabulous Kitchen, 5 Bedrooms and 4 Bathrooms
• Detached 3 Bedroom Cottage of 1100 sqft
• Garage, Storage Barns, Gym and Office
• Large Garage/Workshop 46' x 26'
• Secluded Gardens and Grounds of about 3 Acres

North Trewint is situated in a delightful location in unspoilt countryside, less than a mile to the east of the village of Menheniot, which is a popular village with Post Office/general store, a well-respected primary school, pub and places of worship. There are also local sporting facilities including tennis courts, cricket and football. Menheniot Station lies a mile south of the village which has links to Plymouth and Truro. The A38 trunk road is less than 2 miles, ensuring that Plymouth and then the M5 motorway network is readily accessible. The southeast Cornish coast at Looe is 9 miles.

North Trewint is a handsome Georgian 'gentleman's residence' of attractive stone walls under a hipped slate roof. It has accommodation typical of a house of this period with spacious and well proportioned rooms with excellent ceiling heights. It occupies a peaceful location and has been sensitively upgraded and renovated by the owners in recent years. The principal reception hall has a Georgian tiled floor, to one side of which is the dining room with sash window and shutters, Georgian fireplace with slate surround and period coving. The sitting room also has two pairs of sash windows with shutters, period coving and fireplace with fitted wood burning stove and granite mantelpiece. Study area with oak floor and French doors to garden. Cloakroom. TV room/snug. The recently refitted kitchen is a fabulous room with a 4-oven Rayburn Royal set into a large original fireplace with cloam over to side. Superb historic flagstone floor. Extensive range of marble worktops with range of cupboards and drawers under plus fridge, dishwasher and a Neff double oven. Breakfast bar with oak top. Inset LED lights plus period style pendant lighting. Central island unit with 4-ring ceramic induction hob. Sash windows and shutters. Rear hall.Utility room.

First Floor - An elegant staircase leads to the first floor with large window on half-landing. The landing has period coving and period-style light fittings.Airing cupboard with radiator. Bedroom 1 with coving, window seat and sash window. En-suite shower room in the period style with shower, WC and wash basin, plus period towel rail. Window seat below sash window. Good quality shower room. 2 Bedrooms at the rear of the house with bedroom 4 at the front with sash window and coving and its own en-suite shower room. Bedroom 5 is also at the front of the property. Family bathroom, another fine room in the period style with handmade paneling to dado height and mirrored fronted shutters. Clawfoot bath, WC and period basin, plus reclaimed oak floor covering.

At the front of the house, through stone pillars, the driveway with chipping surface leads to an extensive parking and turning area to the front with shrub and flower borders adjoining the house and to the side. The drive continues around to the rear which also provides access to the well-appointed detached Cottage, which is of 3 En-suite bedrooms. This has been used as a holiday let in the past. It has its own patio area and 2 parking spaces.

Access to large garage and workshop building 46' x 26'. Secluded garden to the rear of the house, with shrubs and lawns, providing a delightful sitting out area, along with a patio. Detached stone barn, with new slate roof, providing, on the ground floor, storage room 17' x 16' whilst the first floor has been equipped as a gym (equipment available by negotiation) 17' x 16'. Attached stone garage, 17' x 16'. Further to the rear are 3 mown paddock areas, including separate access to the road. In all the property amounts to over 3 acres (subject to verification)

Private water supply. Mains electricity. Private drainage. Oil-fired central heating.

From Menheniot proceed northeast out on Trewint Road and at the fork, half a mile, keep left going past Trewint Farm on the left and the entrance to North Trewint is on the right.

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