This charming detached property is positioned in an elevated position near the village of Nanstallon in the Camel Valley.
The village of Nanstallon is steeped in history with its 1st Century Roman Fort excavated in the early 1970s. Today, however, many visitors come to the renowned Camel Cycle Trail. The Camel Valley Vineyard and Boscarne Junction Steam Railway are just a short distance from the property. The village offers pre and primary school facilities.
The popular estuary town of Wadebridge is approximately 5.8 miles away to the North West and the former county town of Bodmin is approximately 3.7 miles to the east. At Bodmin there is a comprehensive range of shopping, banking, schooling and recreational facilities.
Access to the A30 trunk road is approximately 2.8 miles from the property connecting Exeter and Truro.
Mainline railway services can be accessed at Bodmin Parkway, located approximately 7.5 miles to the South East, connecting with London Paddington via Plymouth.THE PROPERTY
Entering the property via the front porch into a welcoming sitting room with an original feature fireplace complete with clome oven, fully functioning log burner, original slate flooring with underfloor heating and a window to the front aspect with garden and rural views.
Conveniently located next to the sitting room is the dining room which can easily be extended (subject to necessary consents) through to a room currently only accessible from the from the outside.
From the sitting room a passageway leads through to the bathroom which is fully tiled, includes a roll top bath, wet room shower, pedestal sink, heated towel rail, underfloor heating and WC.
The triple aspect kitchen/breakfast room is of good proportions and whilst fully functional would benefit from a sympathetic update. There is generous workspace, cupboard storage, LPG hob, electric oven, an original wood burning Rayburn, plumbing and space for appliances.
A high vaulted hallway with stairs leads to the first floor giving access to three double bedrooms all with sash windows, garden and panoramic rural views.OUTSIDE
The property sits in a proud location, offering far reaching panoramic rural views of the surrounding area and towards the Camel Valley. Enjoying plentiful off road parking combined with a collection of garages, workshop and outbuildings (7 in total) for the hobbyist and prime for conversion (subject to the necessary consents).
To the front of the property, the garden which has a large part laid to lawn, a considerable sized vegetable plot, sunken patio with pond, all bordered with Cornish hedges and a selection of trees. To the far end of the garden is a fully serviced and picturesque Shepherds Hut, including a shower room with WC and sink, a kitchenette area with fridge, hob, microwave, sink and breakfast bar. Open plan to the sleeping area which has a double bed with under storage.
Approximately just under half an acre in all (0.46) and surrounded by open farm land.AGENTS NOTE - INCOME POTENTIAL
The Shepherds Hut has been used by our clients as a holiday let via AirBnB and has proven to be very popular even with low level marketing, the rural, secluded location with far reaching views being the perfect basic escape from the wider worlds trappings.SERVICES
Mains electric and water, private drainage, oil fired central heating (partial under floor) and hot water. Double glazed throughout. Please note the agents have not inspected or tested these services.VIEWING
Strictly by prior appointment with the vendor's sole appointed agents, Stags. 01208 222333DIRECTIONS
From Wadebridge take the A389 towards Bodmin, take the right hand turn sign posted Ruthenbridge / Nanstallon. Continue on this road for approximately 2 miles until you reach a T-Junction and turn right. Continue up the hill to the crossroads, continue straight over and Higher Mulberry is about 400 yards up on the right hand side, do not take the right hand fork entrance but continue to the driveway on this road.