As you enter the property through the porch, you are welcomed into an entrance hallway with stairs to the first floor and doors to the downstairs living accommodation. The well proportioned living room with feature fireplace gives a real feeling of comfort with a good size window overlooking your garden and a glazed patio door inviting you to step outside into the clean countryside air. The dining room is again of a good size and incorporates dual aspect windows and a feature wood burner giving the room plenty of light and warmth. The compact and bijou kitchen offers a range of wooden units with work surface and integral electric oven and gas hob, as well as space for a washing machine and back door.
Upstairs, the spacious master bedroom has plenty of room for a king size bed and bedroom furniture, and has dual aspect windows with lovely views over the garden. The second bedroom is a double room and the third bedroom, a generously proportioned single room. The family bathroom can also be found upstairs.
The property is approached via a private lane off which there is parking for a number of cars as well as a tandem garage, perfect for two small cars or with space for a workshop area at one end. A further workshop space is attached to the building, believed to be where the stables were, with original tiled flooring which is in good condition. Both the garage and this outbuilding are serviced by power and light. The gently sloping gardens are mostly laid to lawn and boast a mature range of trees and shrubs, as well as a sculpted pond which, although in need of some TLC, offers a wonderful haven for wildlife. The far end of the garden boasts glorious views over Lydford Gorge to the deciduous woodland beyond.
Mains electricity. LPG gas. Mains water. Private drainage (septic tank).
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