Summary

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• 4 Bedrooms & 3 Bathrooms

• 3 Reception Rooms

• Farmhouse Kitchen/Breakfast Room

• 2 Bed Self-Contained Annexe

• Garden & Grounds of 1 Acre

• EPC Bands G & D

• Additional Building Plot (By Separate Negotiation)

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Description

This beautifully presented, stone and slate, former farmhouse with an adjacent 2-bedroom, self-contained annexe is being offered to the market for the first time in 60 years. The farmhouse has a recorded history dating back to the early 18th Century with well-proportioned rooms and a wealth of character including granite floors, exposed stone walls and beamed walls and ceilings. The accommodation is illustrated on the floorplan and briefly comprises: an entrance hall with granite floors and doors off to the dining room, hobbies room/study with fireplace recess and impressive sitting room with a fireplace housing a woodburner. The L-shaped kitchen/breakfast room has slate floors, an oil-fired range cooker, skylight windows and exposed roof trusses. From the breakfast room, a door leads into the conservatory with shower room off. The first floor has a split-level landing, 4 double bedrooms (2 with en suite shower rooms) and a family bathroom with wooden floors and a free-standing roll-top slipper bath.

Situation

Set on the edge of a small, former farming practice, now comprising converted barns and some redundant farm buildings, 1 mile from the popular village of Lewannick. The village offers a post office/general store, public house, church, primary school, thriving village hall with regular doctors’ surgery and village green. The vital A30 trunk road is some 2 miles distant and links the Cathedral cities of Exeter and Truro. At Exeter there is access to the M5 motorway network, mainline railway station serving London Paddington and an International Airport.

Outside

Approached over a shared drive which leads to the entrance gate of the property and parking for several vehicles with a useful detached timber carport. Lawned gardens extend from the front of the property with well-defined hedge boundaries, a vegetable garden and an extensive paved patio. To the rear of the property is an enclosed garden laid to gravel. To the side is access to a most useful basement garden room/cellar. The property and its surroundings are a haven for wildlife with sightings including deer, a local woodpecker family and beavers in the nearby River Inny. There is additional land that could be purchased by separate negotiation but only in conjunction with purchase of Trelaske Barton Farmhouse.

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Property Reference:
DJR493
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