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Within an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is this Charming 4 bedroom detached cottage which dates from the 19th Century origins. Sitting within a 2.5acre plot (approx) within its own gardens, paddocks with stables, tack room, concrete yard, garage, workshops and stunning views. Viewing is a must.
Situated within an area of Outstanding Natural beauty (AONB) is this Charming 4 bedroom detached cottage which dates from the 19th Century origins and formerly three cottages occupied by miners working at nearby Kit Hill. Sitting within a 2.5acre plot (approxima) within its own gardens, paddocks with two stables, tack room, concrete yard and stunning countryside views. The property offers some versatility with the possibility of a separate one bedroom annex with very minimal work. A driveway leads to a substantial building incorporating a workshop, open fronted garaging, garden and fuel stores. The main house comprises lounge, sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility, study and formal dining room to the ground floor with the 4 bedrooms and two bathrooms to the first floor. There are many original features to include granite Inglenook fire places, beamed ceilings and slate flagged flooring. The gardens are mainly laid to lawn with many tucked away areas, well stocked with a mature selection of shrubs. Internal viewing is highly recommended.
Kelly Bray is a village in east Cornwall situated one mile (1.6km) north of the town of Callington. The village has a post office/general store and pub, and is close to the very popular Engine House restaurant on Florence Road. Callington itself has two supermarkets, a range of high street shops and services, plus a school and college, health centre, bowling green and cricket ground. The village is on a main bus route that links Launceston in the north with Saltash to the south and the city of Plymouth beyond. There are train stations at Gunnislake (5 miles) and Calstock (7 miles) with links to London Paddington via Plymouth. The village is located on the edge of the Tamar Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and partly within the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site. The National Trust estate of Cotehele and local beauty spot of Kit Hill are both easily accessible from the property, as is St Mellion International Resort, a prestigious golf, leisure and hocomplex with its pro-standard Kernow and Jack Nicklaus Signature Courses.
Panelled and glazed door with double glazed fixed pane window to the side elevation leading into:-
Wall mounted electricity consumer unit and meters. Fitted shelving and ceramic floor tiling. From here a leaded glazed uPVC door leads into:-
Spacious open plan room with front aspect uPVC double glazed leaded light window enjoying the garden views. Exposed lin with deep set wooden sills. Granite Inglenook feature fireplace with bread oven and wooden mantle over. Built-in cupboard to recess, this presently houses the Worchester combination boiler. Staircase with shaped balustrade leading to first floor landing. Exposed beamed ceiling, wall light points, radiator and exposed slate flag flooring. Access through to:-
Living Room:- - 12?10" (3.91m) x 11?10" (3.61m)
Front aspect uPVC double glazed leaded light window overlooking the front garden. Exposed linand deep set wooden sills. Granite inglenook feature fireplace with wood burner on a granite hearth. Beamed ceiling, phone point, radiator and exposed flag flooring.
From the family room a uPVC double glazed door leads into:-
Formal Dining Room:- - 18?1" (5.51m) x 11?10" (3.61m)
uPVC double glazed windows to both side and rear elevations enjoying the surrounding garden. Further uPVC double glazed French doors give access out into the garden. Feature exposed granite stone walling. Loft hatch giving access into roof space. Inset ceiling lighting, ample power points radiator and slate flooring.
From the family room a door leads into:-
Kitchen/Breakfast Room:- - 26?10" (8.18m) x 8?0" (2.44m)
Rear aspect uPVC double glazed leaded light window enjoying the garden and far reaching countryside views. Hand crafted kitchen with a combination of base and wall units with contrasting work surfaces and tiled splash backs with individually designed tiling. Inglenook recess which now houses the gas AGA for cooking. Inset stainless steel twin drainer sink with mixer tap, space and plumbing for dishwasher and space for American style fridge/freezer. inset ceiling lighting, radiator and ceramic floor tiling. From here a stable door gives access to:-
Leaded light windows to both sides and rear elevation. Stable door, fitted shelving and quarry floor tiling. Access to the lobby is also available via a panelled and multi-paned glazed door from the utility room.
Utility Room:- - 8?0" (2.44m) x 8?10" (2.69m)
This was formally the kitchen to the side annex. Rear aspect uPVC double glazed window enjoying the countryside views. Modern fitted kitchen in a range of base and wall units with contrasting rolled edge work sufaces. Space and plumbing for automatic washing machine, further space for extra fridge/freezer if required. Radiator and vinyl floor tiling. There is also extra wiring should anyone wish to install an extra cooker.
Study Room:- - 13?8" (4.17m) x 8?2" (2.49m)
Formally the annex sitting room. Front aspect uPVC double glazed leaded light window. Further glazed door gives access out into the entrance porch which has a panelled and glazed door. Fixed pane double glazed window to the side elevation. Inglenook fireplace with original wood burner and exposed granite stone walling. Additional side aspect uPVC double glazed leaded light window with exposed lin Original turned staircase rises to the first floor landing. Recess for storage, radiator and fitted carpet.
From the family room proceed to:-
First Floor Landing:-
Spacious shaped landing with rear aspect uPVC double glazed window enjoying the panoramic countryside views. Small loft hatch space and parquet wood flooring. From here doors lead off into:-
Bedroom 4:- - 10?6" (3.2m) x 7?7" (2.31m)
Rear aspect window enjoying the countryside views. Exposed granite wall feature, wall light point, radiator and fitted carpet.
Family Bathroom:- - 7?8" (2.34m) x 7?6" (2.29m)
Rear aspect uPVC double glazed window enjoying the countryside views. Period style Victorian suite comprising of low level W.C., inset wash hand basin with cabinet beneath and dresser style stand over. Panelled bath with Victorian style mixer tap incorporating the shower attachment. Bi-folding doors give access to the shower area which has uPVC cladding and mains shower. Inset ceiling lighting and shaver socket point. The room has been tiled with period style tiling and parquet wood flooring.
From the first floor landing steps rise to:-
From here doors leads into:-
Bedroom 1:- - 13?0" (3.96m) Max x 12?2" (3.71m)
Front aspect uPVC double glazed leaded light window enjoying views towards Kit Hill. Loft hatch gives access into roof space. Ample hanging space with further over stairs cupboard. Original wall panelling, radiator and fitted carpet.
Bedroom 2:- - 9?1" (2.77m) x 8?2" (2.49m) Plus Recess
Front aspect uPVC double glazed leaded light window with views towards Kit Hill. Radiator and exposed wood flooring.
A former doorway leads into:-
Exposed granite stone walling, wall light point and fitted carpet. From here a door leads into:-
Bedroom 3:- - 12?0" (3.66m) Max x 9?10" (3m)
This was the former bedroom for the annex. Front aspect uPVC double glazed window with views over the adjoining fields. White wash stone walling, double doors give access to full height built-in wardrobe, radiator and fitted carpet.
Guest Bathroom:- - 8?10" (2.69m) x 6?6" (1.98m)
Spacious bathroom with rear aspect uPVC double glazed window overlooking the adjoining countryside. Three piece bathroom suite comprising of low level W.C., vanity wash hand basin with storage space beneath, panelled bath with mixer tap and shower. Shaver socket and light combination over, radiator, double doors give access to built-in cupboard ideal for linen. The room has been part tiled with contrasting tiling and fitted carpet.
Gardens & Grounds
Fronting the drive is a substantial:
Workshop/Open Fronted Garage7`5` x 15`8` (14.45m x 4.77m) Constructed of blockwork walls under a corrugated roof and comprising a double open fronted garage, workshop, garden and fuel stores
Below the drive is the:
Stableblock 29`2` x 11`11` (8.89m x 3.63m) Constructed of blockwork walls under a slate roof and comprising 2 looseboxes and tack room with power and water supplies. Adjacent is an 8`0` x 6`0` timber and felt store, the whole fronting an enclosed concrete yard.
The delightful gardens and grounds comprise lawned gardens interspersed and bounded by a variety of ornamental shrubs and herbaceous borders. Beyond the conservatory is an attractive garden with barbeque area with power and standpipe, near which is an ornamental fishpond, whilst beyond is a vegetable garden with greenhouse.
Below the drive is the upper paddock, bounded by post and wire fencing with 5-bar gate through to the lower paddock with hay barn and separate access to the country lane.
Mains gas, electricity, water and septic tank are connected.
The vendor has advised that the council tax band is E.
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
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