Offers in excess of £500,000
Trevague, Lewannick, Launceston
Located in a tucked away rural location close to the foot of Bodmin Moor lies this substantial detached country residence which has accommodation of four bedrooms and two reception rooms including a splendid spacious UPVC double glazed conservatory.
This fine country residence known as Trevague Cottage was constructed, we understand, back in the 18th Century. The property which has undergone a good degree of improvement in recent years, today, has accommodation which is ready for immediate occupation. One of the unique advantages of the property is the detached single storey one bedroom annexe which would no doubt be of interest to multi-generational families or those purchasers looking to derive an income. For those with multiple vehicles there is a sweeping driveway and a detached four car garage adjacent to the park like garden. There is also a paddock and grounds which in total amount to in the region of 1.3 acres. Buyers with hiking and country interests will be attracted to the rugged terrain of Bodmin Moor which is a short distance, as is, within one mile of the property the A30 dual carriageway, providing excellent access to a range of Cornish destinations, both coastlines and the Cornwall/Devon border. All in all this fantastic rural retreat has something for everyone and an early internal inspection is highly recommended.
The imposing stone residence, which is rendered externally under an interlocking tiled roof, has quality accommodation starting with a tiled entrance porch which has a useful storage cupboard and leads via a stable door into the kitchen/breakfast room. The kitchen is equipped with a range of cream fronted wall and base units with glass display cabinets, corner shelving and drawers. The room benefits from a range of roll top work surfaces and an integrated electric Belling range style oven included in the sale. The kitchen has a tiled floor, recessed down lighting and leads into the splendid utility room which again has further units, a Belfast sink with mixer taps, wood style work surfaces and access to the side garden. The separate utility room is equipped with a dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, tall larder fridge and matching freezer unit and houses the floor standing oil boiler which fires the central heating and hot water. One of the main features of the ground floor is the splendid UPVC double glazed conservatory which was a more recent addition and is a particularly spacious area used for a variety of purposes including sitting and dining. The conservatory has a glass roof, double doors leading out to the garden and a panoramic view over the properties grounds.
Moving through, the main reception room, being the lounge/dining room is 'L' shaped and of a good size with the dining area affording room for a good sized table. The lounge area is dual aspect and again very spacious with the centre point of the room being the inglenook fireplace which has a wooden lintel, clome oven recess and a multi fuel stove set on a raised stone hearth. Concluding the ground floor is a shower room/WC which is fitted with a matching three piece suite and shower cubicle with mains shower. There are a wide variety of cupboards and attractive recesses which are indicative of the period and keeps the charm of the property.
The first floor landing splits off and provides access to all bedrooms including the superior master bedroom suite which stretches the whole width of the cottage with a solid wood floor. This room has a vaulted ceiling with downlighters as well as wall lights and has room for plenty of bedroom furniture. There is a walk in dressing room with separate lighting and a fully tiled en-suite bathroom/WC with corner bath and electric shower. Bedroom two is large enough to accommodate a double bed and has extensive built in wardrobes, as well as, useful cupboard space, and a further en-suite shower room/WC which is fully tiled with an electric shower. This room also provides access to the fully boarded loft area with light.
Bedrooms three and four have built in useful storage cupboards and wardrobes and share use of the family bathroom/WC, which has again a matching suite and storage.
A separate annexe within the grounds is attached to the garage and offers open plan living accommodation. The kitchen area is fitted with an array of cupboards with an electric oven, hob, extractor, washing machine and fridge freezer included in the sale. There is also a tumble dryer in the attached garage. A generous double bedroom has fitted double wardrobes and an en-suite tiled shower room/WC. The building is heated buy electric wall heaters and is double glazed.
The residence is approached from the private lane via a vehicular gate which opens into the sweeping tarmacadam driveway which provides plenty of off road parking and turning. There is a large four car garage with double doors. The gardens at the front of the property are a feature of the house as they are mainly laid to lawn and surrounded by large deciduous and coniferous trees. There is an attractive border well stocked with a variety of shrubs, bushes and perennials. Beyond the annexe, (known as Little Trevague) there is a separate garden which again was subject to landscaping recently which consists of an attractive decked seating area, perfect for enjoying the afternoon and evening sunshine. The gardens to the main house extend around to the outside of the conservatory where there is a large paved patio ideal for BBQs and alfresco dining during the warmer months. The property has plenty of outside lighting, three outside taps and power points. There is a small area of garden at the rear which is predominately low maintenance. Adjacent to the driveway is a further hard standing concrete area where once there were some stables. For the productive gardener a greenhouse will be found. The grounds in total, we understand, amount to approximately 1.3 acres and at the side, consist of a main enclosure which is part divided and suitable for a horse. The land is well enclosed by stock proofed fencing with beyond deciduous trees. The whole environment and tranquillity of the site can be captured in this fine outside space which really does lend its suitability to someone wanting a rural lifestyle home.
Trevague is a small hamlet situated South West of Launceston Town within a few miles of the villages of Lewannick and Altarnun. Both respective villages have a great range of amenities with Lewannick having a Post Office/General Store, Doctors Surgery, Public House/Restaurant, Parish Church, Village Hall and County Primary School. Approximately 8 miles from the property is the ancient market town of Launceston which has a wider range of shops, commercial, educational and recreational facilities. The Continental Ferryport and City of Plymouth is found within 30 miles of the property offering more extensive amenities as well as transport links via air from Plymouth City Airport, main line rail link to London and the Midlands and regular services by ferry to France and Spain.
SERVICES & REFERRAL FEES
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Study 10'2" x 3'5" (3.1m x 1.04m).
Shower Room 6'1" x 6'6" (1.85m x 1.98m).
Lounge 14'1" max x 25'9" max (4.3m max x 7.85m max).
Dining Room 12'2" max x 11'8" max (3.7m max x 3.56m max).
Kitchen/Breakfast Room 11' x 18'3" (3.35m x 5.56m).
Utility Room 11'7" x 7'10" (3.53m x 2.39m).
Conservatory 15'5" x 14'3" (4.7m x 4.34m).
Bedroom 1 11'3" (3.43m) max x 22'9" (6.93m) max.
Bedroom 2 12'10" (3.91m) max x 16' (4.88m) max.
Bedroom 3 8'3" (2.51m) max x 11'1" (3.38m) max.
Bedroom 4 10'10" max x 12'1" max (3.3m max x 3.68m max).
Bathroom/WC 8'9" x 6' (2.67m x 1.83m).
Lounge/Kitchen/Dining Room 11' (3.35m) max x 20'7" (6.27m) max.
Bedroom 14'2" (4.32m) max x 12'5" (3.78m) max.
Shower Room/WC 5'2" x 5'7" (1.57m x 1.7m).
Four car garage 36' (10.97m) x 17' (5.18m) approx.
From Launceston Town Centre proceed along Western Road towards Pennygillam Roundabout. Take the first left hand exit towards Bodmin proceeding Westbound along the A30 dual carriageway. Continue for approximately 7 miles, upon reaching the service area at Plusha. If you turn left here towards Callington heading along the B3257 take the first right hand turning towards Trevague. Continue along this single track road for approximately 1 mile passing the left hand turning towards the ford where after a short distance bearing left towards Trevague Farm the cottage will be identified on the left hand side and accessed through the gate.
- Substantial detached country residence.
- Having undergone extensive improvements in recent years.
- Having the benefit of a detached single storey one bedroom annexe.
- Main house with four bedrooms and splendid UPVC double glazed conservatory.
- Large four car garage and mature gardens.
- Paddock and grounds amounting to approximately 1.3 acres.
- Wonderful location close to the foot of Bodmin Moor.
- Good access to the A30 dual carriageway and village facilities at nearby Altarnun and Lewannick.
- No forward chain.