The residence is detached and constructed primarily of traditional stone beneath a slate tiled roof and has been the cherished home of the current vendor for the last 20 years. The accommodation is clearly illustrated on the floorplan and briefly comprises: an entrance conservatory which leads into the reception hall with stairs leading to the first floor and doors off to all rooms. The double aspect sitting room has a fireplace housing a multi-fuel stove and an opening into a study area. The dining room also has a fireplace with a multi-fuel stove and leads to the kitchen which has a range of base and wall mounted units and a Sandyford Range style cooker which also serves the central heating and hot water. The rear lobby has a cloakroom with wc and steps down to a useful general-purpose utility area. To the first floor landing there is a double fronted airing cupboard, window seat overlooking the rear garden, 4 bedrooms (1 en suite) and a contemporary family bathroom.
Located on the fringe of the popular, rural village of Herodsfoot, 2.5 miles from the self-contained village of Dobwalls with its convenience store, primary school, pub and church. The town of Liskeard is 5 miles distant and offers a more comprehensive range of facilities including supermarkets, doctors’, dentists’ and veterinary surgeries together with a leisure centre and mainline railway station serving London Paddington (via Plymouth). The City Port of Plymouth has a deep water marina and regular ferry crossings to northern France and Spain. To the south is the picturesque South Cornish coast with its extensive beaches, cliff walks and notable beauty spots including the fishing villages of Looe and Polperro.
The front of the property has a pleasant lawned area with a side access to the rear and side garden, which is also laid mainly to lawn with well-defined hedge and fence boundaries. Steps rise to an attractive sloping flower bed with a wide range of specimen shrubs and trees. A concrete drive provides parking for at least two vehicles and leads to the double-length garage 10.36m x 3.96m (34’ x 13’) with an up and over door, power and light connected. There is a small off lying river garden enjoying 50 yards frontage on the West Looe River with a wide range of native wildflowers providing a most pleasant and tranquil retreat. The land extends in all to 0.36 acres or thereabouts.