These individual homes have been in the same ownership for over 25 years and are situated in a large level plot with superb countryside views from the rear and side aspects.
There is now the option for a buyer, if so desired to separate the two properties, as the owner has recently obtained Conditional Planning Permission for this change. This has been granted under application number PA18/09883 and can be viewed via the Cornwall Council planning website. It specifies the 'Separation of the Cottage and the Barn to create a new dwelling'. Also, a new vehicular access from the village lane for the Cottage and the conversion of the ground floor in the Barn into two bedrooms, bathroom and an internal staircase to the first floor which has previously been converted.
The Cottage which is currently being used as the main residence is Grade II listed and offers 2 main reception rooms, good size kitchen/breakfast room with integral appliances, former fully fitted kitchen now used as a utility, rear lobby, 3 double bedrooms one with en-suite and family bathroom.
The Barn which is called 'The Tallett' was partly converted several years ago creating a residential annexe on the first floor, which is currently being used as a studio apartment for family members and guests. This property is accessed from its own private external steps with ornate wrought iron balustrade and a large sliding patio door opens into the living accommodation which in turn leads to the kitchen and shower room.
The ground floor currently has an integral garage, domestic store/workshop and 'work from home' office. Attached to the rear is a single storey extension with a storage room/office and shower room.
Both homes are currently well suited for dual family occupancy or could provide further income streams as holiday or residential letting properties.
Location Trebullett is located approximately 5 miles from Launceston, with amenities including childrens playing field and Methodist church. Trekenner is within a short drive having a County Primary School and the well known Public House and Restaurant "The Springer Spaniel" is at Treburley. Launceston is famed for its medieval castle and 18th Century Church, provides a wealth of shopping and leisure facilities, schools for all ages and churches of various denominations. The town provides the ideal place to commute to Bodmin, Bude, Okehampton, Tavistock and Liskeard along with the cities of Truro, Exeter and Plymouth between them having air, sea and rail links, via the A30 dual carriageway linking to the motorway network.
The accommodation comprises (all measurements are approximate)
the cottage Double glazed throughout.
Welcoming entrance with feature slate tiled storm porch making an ideal covered seating area with stable door leading to:
Lounge 21' 2" x 12' 4" average (6.45m x 3.76m) Double aspect windows one with period part curved wall and deep slate sill. Impressive stone fireplace housing a multi-fuel stove with clome oven. Feature stone fireplace recess and further niches to walls. Two radiators. Telephone point. Steps down and feature stone archway leading to:
Dining room 18' 5" x 13' 4" (5.61m x 4.06m) Triple aspect windows and door to gardens, all offering countryside/garden views. Feature stone wall with open fireplace with brick arched mantel over with slate hearth (currently not in use). Two radiators.
From the lounge obscure multi-pane glazed door to:
Hallway Turned staircase to first floor with understairs recess. Doors to:
Kitchen/breakfast room 17' 9" x 15' 3" maximum measurements (5.41m x 4.65m) 'L' shaped room. Double aspect windows offering countryside/garden views. A range of solid oak base level units with worktop surfaces over and part tiling to walls. Inset one and a quarter sink and drainer unit with mixer tap. Inset Neff electric hob with two Neff double electric ovens, combination oven/microwave and warming tray below. Integral dishwasher, fridge/freezer. Low level display units. Storage cupboard. Slate tiled flooring. Radiator. Beams to ceiling. Stable door to:
Rear lobby 8' 7" x 6' 5" (2.62m x 1.96m) Currently being used as a dog room and additional space for white goods. Sliding patio door to rear garden. Part exposed stone wall. Slate flooring. Niche to wall with slate sill.
Utility room (former kitchen) 10' 0" x 8' 0" excluding recess for boiler (3.05m x 2.44m) Double aspect windows. A range of base level units with worktop surfaces over and part tiling to walls. Inset separate circular sink and drainer unit with mixer tap. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Further space for tumble dryer. Matching eye level and display level units. Floor mounted oil fired Grant central heating boiler. Slate tile flooring. Beams to ceiling.
First floor landing Turned staircase to first floor with skylight window, part exposed wall timbers and stone wall with slate sill. Door to storage cupboard. Radiator. Further doors to:
Bedroom 1 13' 0" excluding walk through access x 12' 1" (3.96m x 3.68m) Window with fantastic views over the gardens and the distant countryside. Radiator. Door to:
En-suite Window. Fully tiled and enclosed corner shower cubicle with mains fed rainfall style head over. Wash hand basin inset into vanity unit with cupboards below. Low level wc with integral flush. Part tiling to walls.
Bedroom 2 13' 0" x 10' 10" excluding built-in wardrobes (3.96m x 3.3m) Double aspect windows both with deep sills. Built in wardrobes. Radiator.
Bedroom 3 12' 7" x 9' 1" average (3.84m x 2.77m) Window. Built-in wardrobes. Hatch to loft space. Part exposed wall timbers. Radiator.
Bathroom 9' 5" max x 8' 6" (2.87m x 2.59m) Window with countryside views. Panel enclosed bath with central chrome mixer tap and shower attachment. Wash hand basin inset into vanity unit with cupboards below. Low level wc with integral flush. Airing cupboard with shelving and hot water cylinder. Victorian style heated radiator/towel rail. Fully tiled walls.
The barn The first floor was converted several years ago and is currently assessed from external steps with a large double glazed sliding patio door into the:
Open plan accommodation 20' 4" x 11' 9" (6.2m x 3.58m) Being used as a bedroom and living area. Double aspect with obscure glazed window to the front and the patio door brings in light and enjoys superb views over the surrounding countryside. Feature part exposed stone walls with one side incorporating a wood burner with feature arched stone mantel and part rendered chimney breast. Part slate and carpet flooring. TV point. 2 radiators. Two steps lead up to:
Kitchen 11' 5" x 6' 2" (3.48m x 1.88m) Window to side. A range of base level units with worktop surfaces over. Inset one and a quarter sink and drainer unit with mixer tap. Space for electric cooker. Integral fridge. Space and plumbing for dishwasher. Matching eye level and display units. Opening and doors to:
Airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder, storage cupboard and
shower room Skylight window. Fully tiled and enclosed shower cubicle with electric shower over. Circular wash hand basin inset into vanity unit with mixer tap. Low level wc. Wall mounted electric heater. Part tiling to walls.
On the Ground Floor there is access from the rear via a double glazed stable door to:
Office 10' 5" x 7' 11" (3.18m x 2.41m) An ideal 'work from home' area with power, light, tiled flooring and double doors back to the front of property.
From the driveway a wooden front entrance door leads to:
Workshop 12' 0" x 11' 0" (3.66m x 3.35m) Door to:
Garage 15' 3" x 10' 1" (4.65m x 3.07m) Metal up and over door. Double glazed door to rear access and gardens. Power and light connected. Door to a single storey rear extension:
Storage room 7' 0" x 6' 3" (2.13m x 1.91m) Previously used as an office with window to rear and door to:
Shower room Window to rear. Shower tray with electric shower over. Wash hand basin. Low level wc.
Pump house This is attached to one side of the barn and houses the solar panel controls and pipework for providing additional hot water to the annexe or swimming pool (currently not in use). Please note the solar panels are privately owned and paid for.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||5.8%||£152,561||2.4||1|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£70,000 (2)||£180,396 (29)||£252,229 (52)||£346,230 (30)||£423,173 (11)|
|Flats||£78,608 (6)||£108,735 (10)||£112,475 (2)||-||-|
|All||£76,456 (8)||£162,022 (39)||£243,997 (56)||£346,230 (30)||£487,908 (12)|