New Mills Farm, Underlane, Launceston

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Bedrooms: 8
An impressive Grade II listed converted mill with a farmhouse and additional cottage. Delightful Rural Position, 3 Bedroom Farmhouse, 3 Bedroom Former Mill, 2 Bedroom Cottage, Approximately 5.27 Acres in All, Range of Outbuildings, Income Potential, Countryside Views. Freehold, Council Tax Bands: E, D & A, EPC Band: G&F.


This property enjoys a delightful rural location with the village of Egloskerry approximately 2.7 miles away. The former market town of Launceston is situated approximately 2.6 miles away and offers a comprehensive range of facilities including supermarkets, M&S Food Hall, doctors', dentists' and veterinary surgery, together with a leisure centre, two 18-hole golf courses and numerous sporting and social clubs. At Launceston, access can be gained to the vital A30 trunk road, which links the Cathedral Cities of Truro and Exeter.


A rare opportunity to acquire a converted mill, farmhouse and further cottage set within over 5 acres, formerly operated as a well known local farm park.


Converted in 2012, this impressive Grade II listed former mill offers spacious accommodation throughout.

An entrance hall with a WC and stairs rising to the first floor, door leading through to the substantial open plan kitchen/living space with a range of kitchen units, space for appliances and space for a cooker.

Double doors lead from the kitchen/living space into the most impressive sitting room with a double height vaulted ceiling, Juliet balcony to the front, door to the rear and spiral stairs leading to the lower ground floor.

The lower ground floor comprises two double bedrooms, both with en suite facilities and doors to the front.

The first floor which is accessed from the entrance hall has a useful store room and a generous principle bedroom with a vaulted ceiling, built in wardrobes and an en suite bathroom with a roll top bath, shower, WC and a wash hand basin.


Front door leads into the entrance hall with stairs to the first floor and a door into the sitting room.

The sitting room is a generous size with an aspect to the front, fireplace and a further door into the inner hall which leads to the dining room and kitchen which has a range of kitchen units, Rayburn, sink, space for appliances, built in cooker and door to the front. The first floor offers 3 bedrooms and a bathroom with a bath, WC, wash hand basin and a store room.


Front porch leading into the open plan kitchen/living space with a range of kitchen units, space for appliances, wood burning stove, window seats and stairs leading up the first floor which offers 2 bedrooms and a bathroom.


The properties are approached via a driveway, splitting pasture land and gardens on either side in a beautiful valley setting. The Old Mill has a private, raised decking with summerhouse and sunken feature pond, enjoying views over the pasture towards the river. A feature leat runs underneath, which would have once turned the water wheel. The Cottage and New Mills Farmhouse both share a formal lawned garden to the front, bordered by flower beds. The majority of the grounds are mainly laid to lawn and pasture, suitable for extended gardens or for grazing. There is ample parking on the areas of yard, and a range of useful outbuildings including workshop spaces, storage buildings, a former toilet block and café which offer further scope for their uses, subject to the necessary consents. The land is bounded by the River Kensey, where a ford and wooden bridge across the river provides access to the pony paddock. The rear of the property adjoins the Launceston Steam Railway.


Mains water and private well water supply. Mains electricity. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating within The Old Mill. Please note the agents have not inspected or tested these services.


A further 4 acres on the opposite side of the lane is available by separate negotiation. Please speak to Stags Launceston office for further information.


Strictly by prior appointment with the vendor s sole appointed agents, Stags.


After passing Stags office on Western Road bear left down St Thomas Hill, continue through the traffic lights and turn left just before the bridge crossing over the river. Continue along this road until you reach a T-junction, turn right, continue along Under Lane for approximately 2 miles where you will see a turning on your right, take this turning and continue for a short distance, you will then see the property on your right after crossing the river.


01566 248005

Stags - Launceston

Kensey House, 18 Western Road, Launceston, Cornwall, PL15 7AS

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