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Guide Price £750,000
4 bedroom Detached House for sale

Calstock Road, Gunnislake

4 bedroom Detached House for sale in Calstock Road PL18 9BY
4 bedroom Detached House for sale in Calstock Road PL18 9BY
4 bedroom Detached House for sale in Calstock Road PL18 9BY
4 bedroom Detached House for sale in Calstock Road PL18 9BY
4 bedroom Detached House for sale in Calstock Road PL18 9BY
4 bedroom Detached House for sale in Calstock Road PL18 9BY
4 bedroom Detached House for sale in Calstock Road PL18 9BY
4 bedroom Detached House for sale in Calstock Road PL18 9BY
4 bedroom Detached House for sale in Calstock Road PL18 9BY
4 bedroom Detached House for sale in Calstock Road PL18 9BY
4 bedroom Detached House for sale in Calstock Road PL18 9BY
4 bedroom Detached House for sale in Calstock Road PL18 9BY
4 bedroom Detached House for sale in Calstock Road PL18 9BY
4 bedroom Detached House for sale in Calstock Road PL18 9BY
4 bedroom Detached House for sale in Calstock Road PL18 9BY
4 bedroom Detached House for sale

Calstock Road, Gunnislake

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Features:

  • Guide £750,000 to £795,000
  • Circa 6 acres plot with no near neighbours
  • 4 Bedroom Detached House
  • Numerous and large outbuildings: ideal for small business / development (subject to any necessary co
  • Stables and paddocks with water supply from bore hole
  • Photovoltaic solar panels (part with FIT and part battery storage)
  • Edge of village location with amenities
  • 0.9 miles to Gunnislake Station
  • Situated in the Tamar Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
  • Swimming pool with air source heat pump

Property Description:

GUIDE PRICE £750,000 to £795,000.

LOCATION Gunnislake is a thriving Cornish village with a strong sense of community. Amenities include a train station (Plymouth 45 minutes), primary school, Co-op, Premier shop, health centre, petrol station and public houses. Gunnislake cricket ground on the banks of the Tamar is one of 'the most attractive in the duchy'. There are lot of community and special interest groups plus a monthly village market.

In additional to the local footpaths, Tamar Trails located just outside the village on the Tamar, offers a host of outdoor pursuits including canoeing, archery and tree-surfing, in addition to numerous walking and cycling paths. Golf courses and a spa centre can be found at St Mellion.

The town of Callington is about 15 minutes by car with a larger range of shops, along with a Tesco superstore, secondary school, health centre and library. The city centre of Plymouth is around 40 minutes by car and offers a wide range of shops, restaurants, cinemas, theatres, main line train station, international ferry services to France and Spain, major hospital, colleges and university.

DESCRIPTION Wayfield Farm enjoys a quiet location on the edge of the village of Gunnislake in the Tamar valley and boasts a high level of privacy and seclusion, being situated on a private road. Offering six acres of grounds including paddocks, stables and numerous large outbuildings, there is plenty of scope for those wanting a property with space to run a business or develop further accommodation (subject to any necessary consents). The detached house boasts four double bedrooms, family bathroom and an en-suite shower room, kitchen/breakfast room, sitting room, dining room and downstairs WC. A staircase offers easy access to the attic rooms which have potential to be fully converted to further accommodation if desired (subject to any necessary consents).

ACCOMMODATION The front entrance porch provides a useful area to take off shoes and coats before entering the house. The entrance hall has doors to the breakfasting kitchen, dining room and sitting room. The kitchen/breakfast room overlooks the rear garden and swimming pool and is fitted with a range of floor and wall mounted cupboards with granite work top over incorporating inset stainless steel sink unit, space and plumbing for a washing machine, freestanding gas (bottled) cooker with grill, oven and four-ring hob, plus space for a large table and chairs. There is a solid fuel Rayburn with two ovens and hotplates and a door to the rear porch which is used as a utility room, with granite work top with shelves under and space for dryer.

The dining room is currently used as a reading room, and has a fitted book case to one end. The double aspect sitting room spans from the front to the rear of the house with sliding patio doors opening to the rear garden. A multi-fuel stove with stone surround and granite lintel above acts as a focal point. A WC with hand basin is accessed from the entrance hall and stairs lead to the first floor landing.

The first floor boasts four double bedrooms: two to the front (one with en-suite shower room, WC and basin) and two to the rear. The family bathroom has a bath with shower over, basin and WC. An airing cupboard houses the hot water cylinder and slatted shelves for storage. Stairs lead up to the attic rooms, which are boarded providing easy access for storage. There is the potential, subject to any necessary consents, to create further accommodation via a full loft conversion.

GARDEN To the rear of the property is a terrace and swimming pool (with air source heat pump), along with a shed and a productive fruit and vegetable garden with raised beds and fruit cages currently housing plums, raspberries and blueberries. In addition, there is a polytunnel with staging.

THE OUTBUILDINGS Woodstore containing wood with a heavy duty bench saw (tractor driven). Wood and bench saw available by separate negotiation.

Large workshop. Sliding metal door allowing access for large and high-sided vehicles. Inspection pit. Red diesel tank. Office room. Mezzanine levels to two sides. Battery storage for photovoltaic panel on roof above (see services).

Stable Block. Five stalls supplied with water from bore hole. Tack room. Large store behind stables.

Walk-through foot wash and underground tank (not used by current owners).

Large tall shed open to one side.

Yard with gate to lane.

Further agricultural open barns with power/light, five cattle stalls with light.

PADDOCKS From the yard a path leads up to the grass paddocks. Perimeters are hedged with post and rail fencing subdividing with stock netting and willow hedging. At the bottom of the paddocks is a gate to the private lane.

SERVICES Mains electricity and water. Private drainage. Private bore hole (currently providing water to the outbuildings and paddocks). Photovoltaic panels (3.7kW to the national grid with a feed-in-tariff and 6.3kW to battery storage): supply can be switched between the house and outbuildings as desired. Solid fuel central heating and hot water via a Rayburn with electric immersion heater for back up.

COUNCIL TAX AND LOCAL AUTHORITY Band E. Cornwall County Council.

TENURE Freehold.

AGENTS NOTE This property previously had an 'agricultural tie', but now has a certificate of lawfulness from Cornwall County Council for 'residential use of the dwelling and its garden area'. Please ask for a copy of the full certificate and speak to your conveyancer for any further legal advice.

VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS Strictly via appointment with Luscombe Maye. Tel. 01752 880044. Email: Yealmpton@luscombemaye.com

LETTINGS Luscombe Maye also offers an Award Winning Lettings service. If you are considering Letting your own property, or a buy to let purchase, please contact Andrew or Ross on 01752 393330 or lettings@luscombemaye.com to discuss our range of bespoke services.

IMPORTANT DIRECTIONS Due the rural nature of the location, applicants are highly advised to make sure they know the exact location before conducting a viewing

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