St. Neot, Liskeard, Cornwall
HOME, INCOME AND EQUESTRIAN OPPORTUNITY. Stunning setting about 2.6 acres on the edge of St.Neot, pristine country complex, spacious sensitively extended country home together with adjoining residential annexe at present used for holiday lettings, range of modern buildings and home office.
Having a stunning setting in paddocks and gardens of about 2.6 acres on the edge of St.Neot, this pristine country complex comprises this fine, spacious and recently sensitively extended country home together with an adjoining residential annexe at present used for holiday lettings, an extensive range of modern timber buildings and home office.
The outstanding setting and approach to the property over its central drive must be viewed and the original building is believed to date back to the mid 1600 hundreds. The quality of finish sits well with the great character faithfully retained and the recent extension work provides a garden room with vaulted roof and high glazing then opening into the fabulous kitchen also with vaulted roof and the breakfast room all of open plan design. More detail of the overall property follows but this is just a flavour of the property style. About a ten minute walk only of the heart of the village.
The outstanding village of St Neot well known for its beauty and voted the village of the year in 2004 followed by the village of the decade in 2006. The village has its local post office / general store, a social club, primary school and well known public house set alongside the beautiful Parish Church. St Neot lies to the south of the outstanding scenery offered on Bodmin Moor which has extensive outdoor amenities including Colliford and Sibblyback reservoir lakes and some of the finest out riding out in the area.
Larger town facilities can be found at the nearby market town of Liskeard with its mainline railway station serving the London Paddington to Penzance line. Liskeard offers a good range of s supermarkets, doctors, dentists and veterinary surgeries, Some 5 miles to the north of the property is the A30 trunk road, which links At Exeter to the M5 motorway network.
From the front porch a part glazed door opens into the first sitting room with beamed ceilings, wood burning stove set in an attractive old fireplace surround, open beamed ceilings and a door opening to the breakfast room and with an old window opening giving a feature view straight through the adjoining breakfast room, kitchen and garden room.
Turning left in the sitting room a step leads down to the dining room with Victorian fireplace surround and inset tiles and beamed ceiling. There are two further doors from the sitting room, one to the semi-circular staircase to the first floor and the second into the inner hall which then leads to the second sitting room. This most appealing room also has a fitted wood burning stove unit set in an old fireplace opening with recesses to each side and also has a beamed ceiling.
The breakfast room area opens in full width onto the beautifully appointed kitchen with its stunning high vaulted ceilings, horizontal slot windows and roof windows and has a traditional range of Shaker style cabinets with blue spec granite worktops. There is a matching double drainer to the cabinets housing the white Belfast sink and one cabinet also houses the integral dishwasher. There is a large central island block with storage space and cupboards. A door leads to the outside paved court and a further door wide opening then leads to the beautifully appointed garden room with its vaulted ceiling, roof light windows and full width bi-fold double glazed doors giving a clear span opening out onto the paved court. This room also has a Charnwood wood burning stove unit and both here and in the kitchen there are large gable high windows being double glazed and of oak construction.
From the breakfast room a door to the right leads into the utility room with a range of fitted floor cupboards with wood worktops and fitted Belfast sink and space for appliances. There is a wall mounted built-in gas fired Worcester balance flue boiler which provides back up heating to the air source heat pump central heating unit.
To the left of the breakfast room is a shower room with a large shower cubicle, low level w.c., attractive ceramic bowl vanity basin with cabinet beneath.
All floors to the utility room, breakfast room, kitchen and garden room are finished in solid oak.
The semi-circular stairs lead up from the ground floor to the attractive landing. The principal bathroom is beautifully appointed with a free standing roll edge modern bath with central taps and shower head, a vertical designer style heated towel rail and radiator, fitted separate shower cubicle with electric shower fitting, low level w.c. and fitted vanity basin with cabinet beneath.
The principal bedroom suite has high vaulted ceilings with exposed roof trusses and sky light windows and there is a step up at one end with a modern roll edge period style slipper bath with central taps and a built-in wardrobe. A full height sliding frameless and part obscured glass door then opens onto the en-suite shower room with ceramic bowl vanity basin and slate top and cabinet beneath, separate shower cubicle with rain head and low level w.c.
At the other end of the first floor is bedroom two with integral door leading into an en-suite shower room with separate shower cubicle, low level w.c. and wash hand basin.
Bedrooms three and four are also double bedrooms.
THE ANNEXE/HOLIDAY COTTAGE
This attached property has the benefit of full residential planning consent if required but is an ideal investment for use for holiday lettings and this is already being undertaken by our clients.
The front door leads into the kitchen with range of fitted floor and wall cabinets and incorporating a sink unit with mixer tap and space for various appliances and a wall mounted LPG central heating and water heating combi boiler. A further door leads into the sitting room with a wood burning stove unit set on a slated hearth in one corner and a further door then leads through to an inner lobby with door off to the double bedroom and further door off to the en-suite shower room. This is provided with a separate shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin and low level w.c.
Details and tariffs for the holiday lettings can be found on the Sykes website property reference 16672
The property is approached from the lane and through its own gate onto the long entrance drive winding down to the property and then extends to the side and rear. All of these areas are finished in granite chippings. There is a large courtyard area to the rear of the house and annexe and to the front of the house are beautifully paved areas in slate bordered by a range of mature flower borders and shrubberies. These extend then to the area adjoining the garden room with screen walling to one side and an ideal bar-be-que area and from here beautiful views can be enjoyed across its own land and with St. Neot village in the distance.
There is a good range of timber outbuildings the first to the rear of the house comprising two garages, the first measuring 19' x 11' and the second measuring 11'9" x 9'8". Between these garages there is an open plan office/kitchen area measuring about 19' x 9' and having a range of kitchen units at one end incorporating a sink unit. A door leads to the left into the first garage and to the right to a low level w.c. A further door leads into a small store room with further door leading into the second garage. Alongside this garage is an open shed again of timber construction measuring about 15' x 11'.
At the end of the drive before reaching the courtyard area there is a modern oak built block incorporating a workshop measuring about 18'6" x 9'3" and alongside this a similar size open car port. To the left is a wood storage shed measuring about 13' x 12'.
The property is approached from the lane running to St. Neot through its own five bar gate and at this point the outlook is quite dramatic across the valley and down to the property below. To the right hand side here is a large poly tunnel measuring about 29' x 27' and its adjoining level lawn. Good stock proof fencing on the left hand side together with five bar gate leading into the main paddock in permanent pasture and good grazing and below this is a second paddock accessed between the farm buildings again with land in permanent pasture in good heart and both paddocks being bounded by a stream on the northern boundary.
Mains water, electricity and drainage. Broadband speed advised by owners to be about 200MBs
Cornwall Council – Band D
ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATES
Coombe Farmhouse – E
Coombe Farmhouse Annexe – E
Monday – Friday 9:00am – 5:30pm
Saturday 9:00am – 4:00pm
Sunday 10:00am – 1:00pm
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SERVICES & REFERRAL FEES
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Garden Room 13'8" x 10'6" (4.17m x 3.2m).
Kitchen 13'8" x 11'7" (4.17m x 3.53m).
Breakfast Room 13'6" x 7'9" (4.11m x 2.36m).
Sitting Room One 15'3" x 14'9" (4.65m x 4.5m).
Dining Room 11'6" x 9'3" (3.5m x 2.82m).
Sitting Room Two 16'3" x 15'9" (4.95m x 4.8m).
Bedroom One 16'3" x 15'6" (4.95m x 4.72m).
Bedroom Two 15'6" x 9'6" (4.72m x 2.9m).
Bedroom Three 12'3" x 8'9" (3.73m x 2.67m).
Bedroom Four 12'3" x 9'9" (3.73m x 2.97m).
Sitting Room 16'9" x 14'9" (5.1m x 4.5m).
Kitchen 17' x 7' (5.18m x 2.13m).
Bedroom 12'5" x 9'9" (3.78m x 2.97m).
Travelling from Bodmin on the A38 road through the Glynn Valley towards Liskeard, go past Trago Mills and after a short distance take the turning to the left to St.Neot. After about 1.5 miles, before entering the village and before reaching a sharp left hand turn, at the brow of the hill the entrance to the property is on the left hand side.
- Set in well stock proofed land of about 2.6 acres bounded by a stream
- Four bedrooms two en-suite and two further bath/shower rooms
- Five reception rooms, kitchen and utility room
- Attached one bedroom residential self-contained annexe
- Craftsman built windows and doors
- LPG Bulk tank heating and air source to the new addition
- Home office building with w.c and kitchen and two garages
- Modern but traditional styled carriage house/workshop and car port adjoining
- Open stable and large poly tunnel