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Trewassa, Camelford, Cornwall, PL32

4 bedroom house for sale

detached House, Signature Homes

4 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

2 Receptions

Key Features

  • A well presented detached period family house, one of the four bedrooms is situated on the ground floor with an en-suite shower room.
  • Large gardens and plenty of storage within a range of outbuildings, along with a detached home office.
  • Garage and off road parking for numerous vehicles.
  • Situated within a small hamlet just a short drive to the North Cornwall coast and Bodmin Moor.
  • No forward chain.
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Property Description

Harley Cottage comes to the market with no onward chain. This character detached family size home is thought to date back to the mid 19th century and is situated within the small hamlet of Trewassa, allowing for a short drive to the rugged North Cornwall coast. This family home enjoys far reaching countryside views towards Bodmin Moor and local forestry.

Our vendors have enjoyed making this house their home over the ten years of their ownership but are now keen to move on with the next chapter of their lives.

Inside, the former village forge, has more the feel of a farmhouse than a cottage. The ceilings are not particularly low. The kitchen is fitted with light coloured units situated both above and below a roll top working surface. There is space for a large fridge/freezer and plumbing for a dishwasher and a large five burner LPG gas hob, along with two electric ovens and a combination microwave which will be included within the sale. There is a useful cloakroom/WC and small utility room with plumbing and space for a washing machine and tumble dryer. There is an external door to the garden. The main living room enjoys the seasonal heat from the multi fuel burner that is set on a slate hearth within the large inglenook exposed stone fireplace. This complements the LPG powered central heating system. The electricity is supplemented by a vast array of privately owned solar panels installed to the main south facing roof. There is plenty of space for a large dining table and chairs, as well as more comfortable furnishings. The vendors use a further versatile reception room as a play room with a porch/boot room off. A ground floor bedroom enjoys the exclusive use of a shower room/WC.

Upstairs, the three bedrooms all enjoy far reaching views and the use of the family bathroom which is fitted with both a white panel bath and a separate shower cubicle, along with a matching hand basin and WC.

Outside, the rear wrap around garden is divided into two areas. A terraced, more natural space at the back where an insulated cabin has been erected that benefits from power and an internet connection, currently used as an office. The other vast level area of garden has been laid out with children and entertaining in mind. There is a large space, safe for children to play as it is filled with bark along with a lawned area and an extensive raised decked patio. A large timber storage shed is over 37 feet (11.28m) long and there is rear access to the single garage. With plenty of space to park both next to the garage and within an enclosed gravelled area adjacent to the home.

The vendors have had planning approval by Cornwall Council under planning application number PA22/09596 to extend the house considerably should the new owners need any further space.

The property is positioned in the small hamlet known as Trewassa, in the heart of the North Cornish countryside. Miles of woodland walks can be enjoyed from the front door out onto Davidstow Moor and places of outstanding natural beauty. There are many facilities found within a short drive to include at Davidstow a parish church, at Hallworthy a public house. Further afield a village shop and store, county primary school and other facilities are available. The property stands approximately 10 miles from the ancient former market town of Launceston, which offers a wide range of shopping, commercial, educational and recreational facilities. Close to hand the town of Camelford is approximately 3 miles distant and also has a range of more extensive facilities. Excellent access can be gained to the coastal resorts of Boscastle, Tintagel and Crackington Haven, which offer miles of cliff top walks and excellent surfing and beach activities.

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