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Polgassick , Lostwithiel
Offers in excess of £625,000 | 3 bedrooms | 2.0 acres

Property features

• Entrance Hall
• Vaulted Kitchen/Dining/Living Room
• 3 Double Bedrooms
• Bathroom
• Utility Room
• Shower Room
• Attractive Garden
• General Purpose Building - Suit Stabling
• Level Land
• Total about 2 Acres

SITUATION
Dove Barn is situated at Polgassick between the local and popular village of Lanlivery and the ancient stannary town of Lostwithiel - each being about a mile. Lanlivery offers a public house, church and primary school and Lostwithiel an interesting array of shops, together with public houses, restaurants and a station on the London Paddington line. Fowey, with its renowned sailing waters, is about 6 miles to the south and there is a junction to the A30(T) about 6 miles to the north at Bodmin.

THE RESIDENCE
Immediately adjacent to Dove Barn is herringbone car parking for a number of vehicles.

Dove Barn presents character reverse level accommodation - so that the day to day living accommodation takes full advantage of some fine countryside views.

On the ground floor is a light Entrance Hall, off which are Hallways providing access to the downstairs rooms and also to the garden. There are three good double Bedrooms, a Bathroom with a corner panelled bath with electric shower and screen over, splashback, wc, pedestal washbasin and chrome heated towel radiator. There is also a useful Utility Room with Velux window, stainless steel single drainer sink unit with cupboard under, space for washing machine, oil-fired Worcester boiler, worktop surfaces with base level cupboard, coat hooks with storage shelf over and door to Shower Room with tiled corner shower with rainshower, earthenware sink unit on brick pedestal, wc and chrome wall mounted towel radiator.

On the first floor is a magnificent open-plan vaulted Kitchen, Dining and Living Room about 47'10 ft long, with exposed floorboards and is light and airy being triple aspect and with four skylights. The kitchen area presents a range of matching base level units and drawers with oak worktops and shelving over, wall shelving, stainless steel double drainer sink unit with vegetable bowl and mixer tap, Rangemaster cooker with five rings and space for dishwasher. At the opposite end of this fine vaulted room is a free-standing wood-burner set on slate hearth.

Original outside granite steps from the kitchen lead down to a brick paved seating area and the private garden. It is considered that there is potential to incorporate the outside steps to add a Conservatory or Garden Room within this area, subject to all necessary consents and approvals.

THE GARDEN
On the western side of Dove Barn is a most attractive enclosed garden with well stocked flower and shrub beds and steps up to higher level on the southern side where there is an expansive level area of lawn, rabbit fenced vegetable patch and areas suitable for perhaps erecting an outside office or the location of a Shepherd's Hut - subject to any necessary consents and approvals.

On the eastern side of the house is level car parking for a few vehicles and a large timber and bitumen felt and lined Store Shed with power and electricity about 15'3 x 11 with rear door.

Around the border of the garden and parking are mature deciduous tree standards which add and complete the atmosphere and appeal of Dove Barn.

THE LAND
Opposite is a level hedge and fence bordered pasture field which has been divided buy post and rail stock fences into three enclosures.

Within the land is an adaptable General Purpose Building about 20'6 x 20'6 narrowing to 16'5 with concrete floor and high vehicular access, gate opening directly to adjoining paddock and currently part internally partitioned. This building could easily be adapted by the addition of internal stabling or further livestock pens.

There is also a timber and galvanised iron Log Store about 22'4 x 7'.

There is potential, subject to all necessary consents and approvals, to add a Garden Room.

VIEWING
Strictly and only by prior appointment with Stags' Truro office on 01872 264488.

DIRECTIONS
From Lostwithiel, take the A390 up out of the valley towards St Austell. At the top of the hill turn right towards Bodmin. Drive for about 400 yards and the entrance to Dove Barn will be seen on the left-hand side (just after the triangular turning to the right sign) and about 50 tards before to turning to the right (unsignposted). Drive down the tree lined driveway and Dove Barn will be seen on the left-hand side.

SERVICES
Private bore hole water supply. Mains electricity. Oil-fired central heating. Broadband. Private drainage. TV and telephone points. Double-glazed.
 

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