Fine & Country

Guide price

£695,000

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North Petherwin, Launceston, Cornwall, PL15

5 bedroom house for sale

detached House, Annexe, Fine and Country

5 Bedrooms

3 Bathrooms

2 Receptions

Key Features

  • A well-presented character home in the heart of this popular village.
  • Five bedroom accommodation including a two bedroom annexe/holiday let.
  • Could suit those requiring multi-generational living.
  • Potential to provide a valuable second income stream.
  • Beautifully kept, well established and private gardens.
  • Double garage, sheds and plenty of off road parking.
  • Spacious sitting room with ‘Charnwood’ multi-fuel stove.
  • Refitted, stylish kitchen with built-in appliances.
  • Main bathroom with walk-in bath and separate shower.
  • Mains gas central heating.
  • All windows and doors updated.
  • Wealth of character features but with a very modern finish.
  • Raft of improvements conducted over the past six years.
  • Just seven miles from Launceston and the A30.
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Property Description

The Old Granary, which incorporates a beautifully presented annexe affectionately known as Church Barn (due to the proximity of the parish Church), form a fantastic dual family property or offers certain buyers the chance of supplementary income, via a separate holiday let.

The stunning main barn has a very large, dual aspect sitting room with a ‘Charnwood’ multi-fuel burner as its focal point. There are two sets of French doors leading out to the garden and patio areas, and double doors open into the hallway, which leads to the sociable hub of this home, the kitchen/dining room.

The impressive, open plan space has been fitted with a quality 'Howdens' kitchen with a range of matching, stylish wall and base units, a ceramic sink, quality work surfaces, with built in appliances including both a gas Range (included in the sale), an electric oven, microwave, fridge and freezer and dishwasher. There is Karndean flooring, with a very useful utility room situated off. The utility has matching units and worksurfaces and has a large built in storage cupboard.

In the opposite direction, the hallway leads to the ground floor double bedroom, which has an en-suite WC and the very stylish family bathroom, with a double shower cubicle and a walk-in bath, is completed with superb tiling and sanitary ware.

Stairs from the hall lead upstairs to the two bedrooms and the massive eaves store room. Our clients had plans to use this space for a model railway but never got around to organising this - it has been used simply for storage but has potential, subject to planning, to be used as a games room or hobby room. There is some restriction to headroom on the first floor.

Church Barn has one of the most spacious sitting rooms in an annexe that we have seen. It features a wood burner and has a pedestrian door opening to its garden, to the front. The hall runs through and opens into the kitchen/dining room. The kitchen has also been fitted with lovely 'Howdens' wall and base units, stylish work surfaces, a ceramic sink and a built-in oven, microwave and gas hob, with a practical tiled floor. There are two good size double bedrooms, one with built in furniture, and a great shower room/WC, with a shower cubicle, excellent sanitary ware, a towel rail and ceramic floor and wall tiling. There is a low maintenance gravelled rear garden to Church Barn. Overall, the annexe is so well presented, with oak veneered doors throughout, and would be an ideal home for a dependent relative or as a separate holiday let.

Our clients, since their occupation about six years ago, have organised an extensive upgrade of the property. We can't possible list all the jobs here but includes; all new ‘Anglian’ windows and doors, they have installed mains gas fired central heating throughout both properties, replumbed and replaced the hot water system, repointed and added granite quoins to the north gable end wall, extended the superb sun trap patio, replaced and improved all the kitchens and bathrooms and redecorated, as well as keeping the gardens to a very high standard.

The double gates, bordered on one side by a 'Lady of Shalott' rose, opens into a generous tarmac area ideal for parking, turning and provides access to the timber garaging. There are also a range of useful outbuildings; including log stores, sheds, an arbour/garden room, summerhouses and a greenhouse.

The gardens are well stocked, with a wide array of well established acers, roses, magnolias, fruit trees (including plum, cooking and eating varieties of apple and pear), camellias, heathers and conifers. There is a superb walnut tree as well. The colour in the garden throughout the year is something to behold.

The extended patio, near the main sitting room, is a great place for al-fresco dining, and a paved path leads around to the rear, which features a large patio, a summerhouse and a pretty pond. There are gravelled paths meandering through the garden, surrounded by flowerbeds stocked with spring bulbs and perennials, with a lawn and productive kitchen garden. The garden for the annexe is separated by planting and a trellis fence, and this features a summerhouse, lawn and a patio.

This hugely impressive residence is well worthy of a viewing especially if you are looking for dual family occupation or for a property that will provide additional income.

The village of North Petherwin is situated approximately seven miles North of Launceston and has a range of village amenities including a County Primary School and parish Church and lies about seven miles from Launceston.

The ancient former market town of Launceston offers a wider range of shopping, commercial, educational and recreational facilities and lies adjacent to the A30 trunk road giving access to Truro and West Cornwall in one direction and Exeter and beyond in the opposite direction.

North Petherwin is approximately a 25 minute drive to the stunning North Cornish coastline with great beaches and cliff top walks.

Key Information

Tenure:

Freehold

Council Tax:

C

EPC:

C

SERVICES:

Mains water, electricity and gas. Private drainage.

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