3 bed Bungalow (for sale) Longlands, Saltash, Cornwall PL12

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Fine and Country Plymouth
40 Mannamead Road, Plymouth
01752 942925
First Published

29th Nov 2022

Last Published

10th Jan 2023



  • Type: Bungalow
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Listing status: sale
  • Country: England


Guide Price £1,300,000 to £1,400,000.

Welcome to Burell Lodge, an executive three bedroom detached home with self-contained two-bedroom annexe in rural Longlands, Saltash. Set within a staggering 17 acres of stunning Cornish countryside with extensive equestrian facilities, this incredible home is a one-of-a-kind chance to live amongst some of the UK’s most idyllic scenery. Spanning more than 2300 sq ft with eight stables, expansive hay barn storage and a large outdoor manege, Burell Lodge is perfect for extended families, holiday let opportunities (subject to permission), horse owners and outdoors enthusiasts alike.

Burell Lodge is tucked away at the foot of a long, private lane, behind a gated entrance. Secure parking is available to the front of the property on its expansive driveway, and an integrated garage is available for additional storage, or to lock prized vehicles away safely.

Main property

Perhaps the first striking detail of the Lodge you’ll notice is its beautiful gothic-style arched windows. Thought to have been first used by the Romans as early as 700 bc, the arch-shaped panes add a grand element to the external aesthetics. Paired with the intricate stonemasonry to the wall and original facade, the first impressions of this home are unrivalled.

The spacious entrance hallway of the bungalow leads first into the kitchen to the left.

The kitchen of the principal property is a contemporary space, with a separate adjoining dining room. The current owners of Burell Lodge have chosen to use the dining room as a second reception/lounge area, adding dining furniture into the kitchen to transform the space into an open-plan, multi-use area. The kitchen is fitted with a double AEG oven, modern shaker units, overhead open tableware storage, ceramic hob and integrated dishwasher and fridge/freezer. The breakfast bar worktop configuration also offers room for additional seating, for more informal dining.

Adjoining the kitchen is the dining room/second reception room, which leads seamlessly onto the outdoor terraced area through double doors. Whether you decide to use this room for formal dining or as a relaxing lounge space, there’s no doubt you’ll enjoy the views across the open countryside from here.

The kitchen also leads directly into the bungalow’s largest reception room, currently in use as its principal lounge area. You will be immediately struck by the period features within this room, creating a characterful and peaceful ambience. A large feature fire takes its place in the centre, with beautiful wooden ceiling beams overhead. The stove is set amongst a large original stone hearth, warming the space in even the coldest winter months. Above all, this living room offers the most incredible panoramic views to rival a Romanticism watercolour painting. Your eye is drawn across acres of farmland and open countryside, with the picturesque River Lynher decorating the landscape beyond the Lodge.

The bungalow at Burell Lodge includes three double bedrooms, the first of which incorporates fitted wardrobe storage. Another bedroom features a slate chimney breast wall with original fireplace, adding a gothic, delicately-detailed ambience to the space.

The large family bathroom includes a fully-tiled walk-in shower with a waterfall shower feature and separate attachment, a vanity unit hand wash basin, WC and heated chrome towel rail.


The self-contained annexe includes its own kitchen, two bedrooms, and a lovely open plan lounge/dining area overlooking the stunning surrounding scenery. The kitchen incorporates a double oven, undercounter spaces for a washing machine and fridge, and four-ring gas hob.

Each of the two bedrooms are spacious, offering accommodation for guests or extended family members in abundance. The annexe’s fully-tiled bathroom leads directly from one of the bedrooms, and includes an enclosed shower with waterfall attachment, WC and wash basin.

With separate access from the main property, the annexe gives owners the chance to comfortably provide independent living for elderly relatives, a quiet and private space for teens, or guest accommodation during special occasions and visits. The potential is also there for a holiday let, subject to the relevant planning permissions.

Grounds and gardens

For lovers of the outdoors, majestic countryside scenery and tranquil silence away from busy towns, Burell Lodge is simply perfect. This home comes with a staggering 17 acres of land, and the possibilities for its use are endless.

An enormous terrace wraps around the property, with direct access from both the bungalow and the self-contained annexe for everyone to enjoy. An ornate water feature decorates the terraced area, overlooking a truly breathtaking backdrop. Exploring the gardens, you’ll find cosy, hidden areas for seating, a large greenhouse and raised planters for keen gardeners, a koi carp pool, and secure paddocks for the horses. Children could spend all day out here playing hide and seek, and you could walk for hours amongst your own peaceful pocket of Cornish countryside. No matter where you turn, you’re greeted with vast swathes of green and gold fields, the serenity of the distant river, and no noise but the sound of birdsong and wind through the trees.

To the side of the property you will find eight stables for horses, a manege, plus an expansive hay storage area.

Burell Lodge is a remarkable family home, with everything an equestrian and busy family could possibly need. Fantastic facilities, spacious, contemporary living and the most beautiful scenery you could hope for on your doorstep - this home is certainly not to be missed.

We don’t expect this property to remain on the market for long, so book your viewing today by calling us directly on .

About the area

Things to do and amenities:

Despite its secluded rural setting, Burell Lodge is only a short drive from the town of Saltash and its excellent amenities.

Saltash is a quaint, friendly town separated from Plymouth across the water by the spectacular Royal Albert Bridge. Its coveted community spirit, and everything you could possibly need in under ten minutes from your door, will ensure you feel right at home in no time. There are many cosy coffee shops and cafes, bars and restaurants amongst the high street - the perfect place to socialise and catch up with friends, day or night.

Busy family life is made easier by Saltash's small businesses and supermarkets, which include a Co-op and Waitrose, whilst larger Tesco and Asda superstores are just ten minutes across the bridge into Plymouth.

The perfect combination of countryside and coast, living in Longlands means you’re never far from either. With rolling green fields right on your doorstep and beautiful beaches just 20 minutes away, Burell Lodge is perfectly placed for long winter walks and sunny summer sandcastle building.


Burell Lodge is well-connected to the wider area by road and rail. Saltash Railway Station is 10 minutes away by car, with train services running regularly to London Paddington, Penzance, Plymouth and Cardiff. With direct access across Cornwall, London and South Wales every day by rail, getting to work or visiting friends and family couldn’t be simpler.

For international travel, you can catch short-haul flights from Newquay Airport (around an hour away), and Exeter Airport can also be reached within an hour.


The town of Saltash is where you will find the closest available schools for primary-aged children. Burraton Community Primary School, Brunel Primary and Nursery Academy, St Stephens, and Bishop Cornish C of E School are all rated “Good” by Ofsted, and can be reached within ten minutes by car. For secondary-aged children, Saltash Community School is a ten-minute drive from Burell Lodge.<br /><br />


Local info for PL12

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Property Value Data/Graphs for PL12

Property Type % Avg. current value Avg. # beds Avg. # bathrooms
Detached house 29.1% £484,213 3.8 2.1
Semi-detached house 15.7% £284,698 2.8 1.4
Terraced house 13.4% £227,867 3 1
Detached bungalow 11.8% £297,117 2.8 1.2
End terrace house 7.1% £258,887 2.9 1.2
Flat 7.1% £140,361 1.9 0.9
Bungalow 3.9% £477,000 2.4 1
Semi-detached bungalow 3.9% £219,350 2 0.8
Other 2.4% £466,667 3.3 1.3
Land 2.4% £54,167 0 0
Cottage 1.6% £250,000 2 1
Parking/garage 0.8% £15,000 0 0
Barn conversion 0.8% £1,000,000 4 5

Area Information

Average Price Paid




Current Average Value


Value Change

£331,440 0%


Current Asking Prices in PL12 Average: £331,440

Property Type 1 Bed 2 Beds 3 Beds 4 Beds 5 Beds
Houses £200,000 (2) £222,926 (24) £315,807 (52) £495,603 (33) £737,500 (2)
Flats £93,083 (3) £142,250 (4) £207,500 (2) - -
All £135,850 (5) £211,401 (28) £311,796 (54) £495,603 (33) £737,500 (2)

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