Sitting on the banks of the river tamar, this comfortable three bedroom detached house is believed to have been built in the mid 1980's. Set down a private road, with gated driveway provides off road parking and giving access to the wrap around gardens and the property.
The principle living rooms and bedrooms all enjoy a Southerly aspect and uninterrupted views along the river. The gardens and the full length first floor balcony also afford exceptional views along the river and across to the open countryside beyond. Double glazed and benefiting from oil fired central heating, the property is relatively low maintenance.
Seldom do properties arise with their own quay and pontoon and direct access to the river. This is an ideal opportunity for those who enjoy sailing. Canoeing or kayaking to make the most of this idyllic location. The current vendor has his own motorboat moored alongside the pontoon and is happy to negotiate to include this if a buyer is interested. This is currently used for trips down the river to the nearby maritime city of Plymouth or for a day's fishing.
The village amenities are nearby offering a county primary school, train station with rail links to Plymouth where one can access the main Penzance to Paddington London line. There are also art centres and galleries, as well as public houses.
The neighbouring villages and the towns of Callington and Tavistock offer a broader range of amenities, with the city of Plymouth easily accessible via rail or car offering a more comprehensive range of retail and commercial outlets. The property is well placed for a number of nearby golf courses, including St Mellion and attractive walks along the Tamar as well as places of interest such as Cotehele House only a few minutes drive away.
Double glazed front door and side screen leading to:
Tiled flooring. Under stairs storage cupboard. Stairs to first floor.
Tilled flooring. Half tiled walls. Window to side. Radiator. Wash hand basin. Low level WC.
Tiled flooring. Triple aspect, with windows to front, side and rear, enjoying extensive views over the river, gardens and surrounding countryside. Range of worktops surfaces and comprehensive range of fitted base and wall mounted units. Built in double oven and hob, with extractor unit over. Plumbing for automatic washing machine and dish washer. Useful pantry cupboard.
Minster stone fire surround with inset wood burning stove. Large patio doors and glazed side panels, overlooking the gardens, river and across to surrounding countryside. This lovely light and airy room, enjoys outstanding views along the river in either direction and of the impressive stone viaduct.
Sliding patio doors to garden. Window to side. River views.
Large glazed panel at one end. Access to loft space. Walk in airing cupboard housing factory lagged hot water cylinder with immersion heater fitted with shelving.
Window to side. Pedestal wash hand basin. Low level WC. Panelled bath with shower over. Storage cupboard.
With large picture window to front enjoying extensive river and country views. Two built in double wardrobes. Pedestal wash hand basin.
Window to front, enjoying panoramic views over the river and surrounding countryside. Further window to side with views along the river and of the viaduct.
Patio doors out to a first floor balcony, running along the full width of the house enjoying the Southerly aspect and extensive views over the river and surrounding countryside. UPVC double glazed panel to the side of the balcony offers a more sheltered area, ideal for an early morning coffee, or late night aperitif The principal gardens, living rooms balcony, are all South facing and enjoy river views.
The property is approached via a gated entrance, leading to a paved parking and turning area, providing off road parking for two/three cars. There is an additional allocated parking space, on the quay just outside the gate, but the garden is fully enclosed creating a good degree of privacy and seclusion, with walled gardens to the rear, predominately paved for easy maintenance, two useful storage sheds, a timber lean to shed measuring 9' 11" x 4' 6" and adjoining block built shed measuring 11' 3" x 7' 2" with power and light connected and housing the oil fired boiler which serves the domestic hot water and central heating system.
Behind the shed neatly screen is the oil storage tank and one can access either side of the property to the main body of garden, which is predominately lawn for easy maintenance, paved patio area and attractive flower beds. The garden wall drops down, giving direct access to the river and gated access and steps lead down to a timber pontoon, where you can moor a boat.
Mains electricity, water and drainage. Telephone and broadband is connected. Storage tank for oil central heating.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||8.6%||£224,020||3||0.4|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£93,317 (3)||£151,492 (13)||£260,124 (19)||£326,700 (18)||£495,333 (3)|
|All||£93,317 (3)||£151,492 (13)||£260,124 (19)||£326,700 (18)||£495,333 (3)|