SITUATION AND DESCRIPTION
The Glade, on the site of a former tannery, with many remnants of stone buildings in the gardens and walled grounds, with a stream running through the middle creating a lovely water feature, particular attention has been paid to landscaping in keeping with history. Over the years the property has been the subject of improvement with some stunning views from the Study and the Sunroom on the ground floor. Reception Room with two defined areas, wood burner and whitewashed walls, lovely oak flooring. The open plan Kitchen/Diner, opening out to the Conservatory, features a glass window in the floor to look down onto the stream, with doors opening out onto patio area taking in the splendid views over the gardens and stream. Plenty of parking and detached Garage, making this an ideal family home.ACCOMMODATION
Solid wooden door into main Entrance Porch, plenty of space for coats and boots. Door through to Galleried Landing with natural light from the Study, which takes in some superb views over the garden and countryside beyond. Four good sized Double Bedrooms , Master En-Suite with shower. Some of the rooms have original fireplaces. Smartly presented Family Bathroom with corner spa bath and separate shower enclosure. Both the Sunroom and Study take in some wonderful views. The Sunroom has its own entrance and is currently being used as a sports room. A bespoke oak staircase leads down to the large Reception Room divided into two areas of casual seating with wood burner, whitewashed exposed stonework and partial solid wooden floor, making this an ideal family room with plenty of space. Kitchen with range of undercounter and wall-mounted cupboards, granite worktop and Belfast sink, built-in washing machine, fridge, freezer and space for a dishwasher. Rayburn range. Walkway through to Conservatory with plenty of space for dining table and casual seating, overlooking the patio and feature inset window in the floor covering the well and doors opening out to the patio, with views to walled gardens and beyond.GARDENS/GROUNDS/GARAGE
The property is accessed by gated entrance into gravelled parking area, with plenty of space for 7 vehicles, with central turning island. Detached stone Garage with corrugated roof, ideal for a workshop. On the top floor there is a small room which would make a Studio, subject to planning consents.
The gardens and grounds wrap around on three sides, with vegetable growing area, an abundance of mature planting throughout with an abundance fruit trees. Particular features are the remnants of tannery buildings, the stream running through the garden does not alter in flow throughout the year as no run-off goes into it. There are plenty of seating areas , which are secluded and ideal for entertaining.SERVICES
Private drainage. Mains electricity. Oil-fired central heating. Mains water. Broadband.DIRECTIONS
To find the property proceed from Plymouth along the A38 passing over the Tamar Bridge. At Carkeel Roundabout turn right on the A388 signed for Callington. Upon reaching Callington turn right onto the A390 signed for Tavistock. Continue on this road towards St Ann's Chapel. Passing Tamar View Holiday Park on your right then take the second right signed Honicombe/ Motherell. Continue down the hill to the "T" junction turning right to Harrowbarrow. The property can be found about 1/4 mile along this road on the left.