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  • Ref: LCAA5942 £695,000 East Bealbury Farmhouse, St Mellion, Saltash, Cornwall FREEHOLD

    In an oasis like setting of peace and rural tranquillity, a very well presented and extremely attractive detached Grade II Listed extended 4 bedroomed, 2 bathroomed former farmhouse

    together with a 1 bedroomed studio annexe, set in landscaped well stocked grounds of around 1.2 acres commanding lovely views over fields, just a short drive from the town of

    Saltash, the city of Plymouth and the superb Jack Nicklaus designed championship 18-hole golf course at St Mellion.

  • Ref: LCAA5942 2

    SUMMARY OF ACCOMMODATION Ground Floor: entrance hall, cloakroom, dining room, drawing room, sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room, boot/utility room, turning staircase to a large galleried landing. First Floor: master and guest bedroom suites with en-suite facilities, 2 further bedrooms, occasional bedroom 5/study/dressing room, family bathroom. THE ANNEXE Bedroom/sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room, shower room. Outside: large covered carport. Beautifully landscaped and well stocked gardens surround the house with tiered lawns and mature boundaries of trees and hedging providing an excellent degree of privacy. In all the gardens extend to approximately 1.2 acres.

    DESCRIPTION A superbly presented, modernised and extended detached four bedroomed former farmhouse with sections we understand from the 17th, 19th and 20th Centuries. The property has attractive external elevations of exposed stone and coloured render with sympathetically styled double glazed windows. Slate roofs to the main farmhouse, annexe and linking carport with some lovely internal features including exposed ceiling beams,

  • Ref: LCAA5942 3 fireplaces with woodburning stoves, exposed internal stonework and wall timbers. The accommodation is versatile and very well presented having been tastefully modernised to provide up to date services and modern kitchens/bathrooms. The main farmhouse is complemented by a delightful and modern one bedroomed studio/annexe making it ideal for those requiring two sections of accommodation for elderly relatives or for those looking for a separate study to work from home. An attractive two storey wing houses the entrance hall with a large solid timber front door. Most of the rooms are dual or triple aspect providing plenty of natural light to the interior and there is a superb feature drawing room which was the latest extension.

    The semi open-plan accommodation on the ground floor provides for an entrance hall leading straight through to a large dining room with a turning staircase to the first floor and a superb feature stone fireplace with woodburning stove. The dining room, is in turn semi open-plan to the drawing room which enjoys triple aspects with lovely views over the gardens and glazed door onto a south west facing terrace. The ground floor accommodation is completed by a lovely sitting room, a kitchen/breakfast room and a cloakroom and boot room/utility. An attractive turning staircase ascends to a huge galleried landing area which is opulent in its spaciousness and provides a lovely sitting/reading area above the front door in a bay. The large double master bedroom has a luxury refitted en-suite bathroom. The principal guest bedroom has an en-suite shower room in white and there are two further bedrooms, a family bathroom and an interconnecting studio/dressing room/occasional bedroom 5, accessed through one bedroom.

  • Ref: LCAA5942 4 The annexe is the conversion of a former garage and currently provides a modern facility for guests comprising a bed/sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room and a modern white shower room. The grounds are a particularly delightful aspect of the property being well stocked and landscaped providing a profusion of colour through the spring and summer. A subtly contoured driveway enters the grounds via a five bar timber gate hung between granite pillars and winds its way down to the house, affording the house privacy from the road. To the right of the driveway are tiered lawned gardens held back by natural stone walling planted with a variety of rockery loving flowering plants. A large slate screed and paved area provides a delightful south west facing terrace from which to enjoy the daily sun and adjacent to which is an attractive pond. The grounds in all extend to approximately 1.2 acres with the house set reasonably centrally within the grounds which are mainly lawned and well planted with a variety of flowers and shrubs. The boundaries are clearly defined and comprise mature hedging and trees.

    LOCATION Situated just a short distance from the Cornish village of St Mellion, made famous by its superb Jack Nicklaus designed 18-hole golf course, the farmhouse enjoys a delightful and peaceful rural hamlet setting with easy access through the lane network to the towns of Callington and Saltash, both of which provide adequate day to day shops and facilities including primary and secondary schools in Callington. Saltash has a mix of high street shops and a Waitrose supermarket. Saltash sits on the south bank of the River Tamar providing access to some excellent sailing and pleasure craft facilities in the safe day sailing waters of Plymouth Sound and the Tamar’s associated rivers and creeks*. On the other side of the River Tamar is the city of Plymouth providing an extremely wide array of

  • Ref: LCAA5942 5 leisure, commercial and retail facilities that are within easy reach. There is a mainline station in the town of Saltash and in the town of Liskeard, to the south west, both of which provide a direct link to London Paddington with approximate travel time of 4½ hours. * The property is just to the west of the Tamar Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty ‘AONB’ and just to the east of the National Trust’s Cadsonbury. Also close by is the National Trust’s medieval Cotehele Estate. The former farmhouse is ideally located within easy reach of the A38 which provides a largely dual carriageway link all the way northwards to Exeter where it joins with the national motor way network. The south Cornish coast is a short drive away to the east providing access to the South West Coastal Footpath which connects beautiful sandy beaches with picturesque fishing villages such as Looe which still has an active fishing fleet and where daily fishing trips can be booked from the harbour.

  • Ref: LCAA5942 6 This fantastic, beautifully presented and attractive Grade II Listed former farmhouse with attached studio/annexe makes the perfect home, set in a semi rural environment with a lovely open outlook over fields and is available with no onward chain. THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES (all floor plans and dimensions are approximate) Large timber front door to:- ENTRANCE HALL. Two wall light points, display niche, built- in cupboard, arrow slit window overlooking the garden, further high level wall mounted cupboards concealing two consumer circuit breaker boards and one to the side, housing the electric meter. CLOAKROOM. White suite comprising a low level wc, pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splashback, opaque glazed window, radiator with thermostatic control. DINING ROOM – 21’10” including the stairs, extending to 26’3” x 12’8”. This is a magnificent dual aspect room with a turning staircase on one side ascending to the first floor. Two windows overlook the gardens, both with window seats beneath and at one end is a huge and impressive inglenook fireplace with granite sides and lintel above with a raised woodburning stove and two display niches to the rear. Concealed lighting to accentuate the fireplace. Two radiators with thermostatic controls, open beamed ceiling, five wall light points, built-in understairs storage cupboard. Steps down to:-

    DRAWING ROOM – 23’7” x 15’5”, extending to 22’10” max. into two bays. Window on either side of the room provide stunning views out over the gardens. This is a beautifully light triple aspect room with a glazed panelled door opening onto the rear

  • Ref: LCAA5942 7 garden and terrace. At one end is an impressive natural stone fireplace with timber lintel above and a raised granite hearth on which stands a large woodburning stove, television and satellite aerial points. Inset ceiling downlighters, two radiators, recessed display shelving.

    SITTING ROOM – 13’9” x 12’. Two double glazed windows with deep sills beneath provide beautiful views over the rear garden, recessed fireplace (display only) with wooden lintel above. Open beamed ceiling, exposed wall timbers, radiator with thermostatic control.

    From the dining room a doorway leads into an inner hallway with a double glazed window overlooking the front driveway. Radiator with thermostatic control, part vaulted ceiling and further door to:-

  • Ref: LCAA5942 8 KITCHEN / BREAKFAST ROOM – 17’2” x 11’6”, extending to 13’7” into a bay window which has a built-in window seat and overlooks the front driveway. The kitchen is well fitted with a comprehensive range of limed oak finished base level cupboards and drawers, further matching wall cupboards and surrounding wood trimmed laminated worktop surfaces with tiled wall surround. Inset 1½ bowl composite sink unit with chromium mixer tap, inset four ring gas hob. One full height unit houses a d

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