Draynes Valley, Liskeard, Cornwall, PL14


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  • Bedrooms: 6
A beautifully presented, detached granite farmhouse in sheltered location on Bodmin Moor. 5 Bedrooms, kitchen/breakfast room, 2 reception rooms, integrated 1 bed self-contained annexe, gardens with in-ground swimming pool, stable block with adjoining paddocks and modern barn with large lean-to store. 5.88 Acres In All (or thereabouts). EPC Band F.


The property lies in the sheltered Draynes Valley, equidistant from the rural hamlet of Bolventor and the moorland village of St Cleer, in the heart of Bodmin Moor with access to some of the finest riding out in the West Country. The Jamaica Inn and a farm shop are at Bolventor, with additional facilities at St Cleer. Further amenities can be found in Liskeard with supermarkets, doctors, dentists and veterinary surgeries and mainline railway station serving London Paddington (via Plymouth). The A30 is only 3 miles north of the property and provides access to the cathedral cities of Truro and Exeter, the latter providing access to the M5 motorway network, mainline railway stations and international airport.


A spacious, family home with an integrated self-contained annexe in a small rural hamlet of just 3 properties. The property would suit an extended family or those wishing to derive a supplemental income.


The accommodation is clearly illustrated on the floorplan overleaf and briefly comprises an entrance hall with door to the farmhouse style kitchen/breakfast room which has base and wall mounted units with rolled edge laminated worksurfaces, plumbing and space for dishwasher and fridge/freezer and stairs rising to first floor. The hallway leads to the study/ family room with granite fireplace and double doors to the rear gravelled patio area. From the hall there is access to the lounge with feature granite fireplace and chimneybreast with space for inset woodburner.


The first floor landing provides access to 5 bedrooms, family bathroom and a separate WC. There is scope to rearrange the rooms to suit the purchaser's requirements (subject to gaining any necessary consents).


From the hallway, there is access to the annexe which comprises a lounge area with sliding patio doors to rear gravelled patio, kitchen area with electric cooker point and plumbing and space for a washing machine, double bedroom and shower room. The agents understand the annexe has been separately rated for Council Tax purposes.


The property is approached over a shared driveway, which serves just two other properties, and leads to the driveway and parking area. The outbuildings comprise an impressive GENERAL PURPOSE SHED 18.29m x 9.14m (60' x 30') with power and light connected, inspection pit and high clearance coach door. Adjoining the shed is an extensive LEAN-TO SHED 27.43m x 6.71m (90' x 22') with compacted floor and power supply available.


The detached STABLE BLOCK comprises a pair of stables 3.35m x 3.35m (11' x 11') with concrete yard to the front and water and electricity connected. To the side of the house is the detached PUMP HOUSE containing filtration equipment for the private borehole water supply. Along the lane leading to the property is a FORMER STABLE 6.81m x 3.35m (22'4 x 11') with GI roof and undoubted potential, subject to planning.


The gardens surround the property and are laid mainly to lawn, including a small play area. The in-ground swimming pool, (1.22m/4' in depth), is surrounded by a post and rail fence and adjoins this play area. The land is laid mainly to pasture and divided into 6 practical enclosures providing an ideal opportunity for horses or a few head of young stock. The land extends in all to 5.885 acres (or thereabouts).


Private water. Private drainage. Mains electricity. Telephone connected (2 lines) subject to British Telecom regulations. LPG central heating to both main house and annexe. Please note the agents have not inspected or tested these services. The property is sold subject to all local authority charges.


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


Viewers are advised NOT to rely on Sat Nav as this will direct drivers to the wrong side of the Draynes Valley when trying to locate the property.


From Launceston head west on the A30 towards Bodmin and exit at Bolventor. At the end of the slip road keep left and take the first left turning to St Cleer. Continue on this road for approximately 2.8 miles, passing a prominent large layby on the right hand side. The turning to Lower Langdon Cottage is the next right hand turn, identified by the additional Dawson Farm Mix Company sign. Continue along this drive for approximately mile and Lower Langdon Cottage will be easily identified by the prominent granite house name. Map reference: OS Landranger sheet 201:214/724.

These particulars are a guide only and should not be relied upon for any purpose.

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Stags - Launceston

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

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