St Neot, Liskeard


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  • Bedrooms: 4
A renovated farmhouse and barn with planning permission, no near neighbours and panoramic views. Approached over a private lane, 4 bedrooms (1 en suite), 3 reception rooms, kitchen, range of outbuildings, adjoining paddock. EPC Band E. 4.58 Acres in all.


The property enjoys a most desirable situation in the heart of Bodmin Moor, just south of the South West Water reservoir at Colliford Lake and some 2 miles from the A30 linking the Cathedral cities of Truro and Exeter. The pretty moorland village of St Neot is only 2 miles away with a pub and village hall. The towns of Bodmin and Liskeard are 9 and 11 miles distance respectively with a comprehensive range of shopping facilities and mainline railway stations (via Plymouth). The property lies within some of the finest riding out in the West Country.


A period farmhouse, which has been renovated in the last few years by the vendor, to provide a home of quality and comfort. The property successfully combines character and charm of the period, such as impressive fireplaces, flag slate floors and wooden floors to the bedrooms, with more modern facilities including oil fired central heating and double glazing.


Entrance hall, cloakroom, former dairy and study, which enjoys views over the surrounding paddocks. The sitting room and dining room have impressive fireplaces with woodburning stoves, with the sitting room enjoying views to the front aspect. The kitchen has fitted base and eye level units, an integral eye level double oven, worksurface with inset hob with extractor over, stainless steel sink and appliance space.


To the first floor, there is a master bedroom with en suite, three further bedrooms and a spacious family bathroom.


The property is accessed over a cattle grid and a concrete drive of some 0.3 miles, which we understand from the vendor is owned by the property. There is parking together with a DETACHED GARAGE. The garden is laid mainly to lawn with well defined hedge and fence boundaries.


From the driveway there is access to the impressive farmyard set up comprising: L-SHAPED SINGLE STOREY GRANITE BARN which has permission for conversion to residential use on renewal notice PA15/00312 dated 17 May 2018. Further outbuildings include cubicle shed with adjoining single span shed. In addition there is an extensive concrete parking area and a former slurry lagoon.


The land extends in all to 4.58 acres or thereabouts, with the two pasture paddocks located to the east and south of the property.


Mains electricity and water (secondary bore hole supply available). Private drainage. Oil fired central heating. Please note the agents have not inspected or tested these services. The property is sold subject to all local authority charges.


There is a bridleway on the extreme western boundary of the property, which skirts the edge of the concrete farmyard. At present there is a footpath running between the outbuildings which is in the process of being diverted along the southern boundary.


From Launceston head west along the A30 towards Bodmin passing by the village of Bolventor, (home to the famous Jamaica Inn), and take the left hand junction signposted Colliford Lake/St. Neot. Proceed past Colliford Lake on the left, go over the cattle grid and after 1.2 miles the entrance to Penkestle is on the left, identified by the for sale board.

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