As you enter through the front door, you ascend a flight of stairs to the living accommodation. The hall is bathed in sunlight courtesy of a large porthole window with views to the forest on the other side of the river. The living room is a generous size with plenty of space for your lounge furniture and currently houses a piano. The defining feature of this room is the large window that provides panoramic views over the 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' that is the Tamar Valley. The kitchen/dining room has plenty of storage as well as integrated oven, hob and fridge/freezer. The dining area benefits from a window with views again, perfect for some early morning bird-watching in the trees below.
The family bathroom consists of a walk-in electric shower, basin and WC. Both bedrooms one and two are doubles with original gothic style windows. The third bedroom is currently utilised as a study.
The loft space is of good proportions and offers plenty of storage space or has the potential for conversion subject to the necessary consents.
At road level, there is a utility space that houses the gas-fired combi boiler, washing machine and tumble dryer. Two garage doors open up to an unusually large garage area/workshop with space for three cars as well as your tools and with power and lighting. Outside space is limited to a courtyard area to the side and a walkway to the rear which commands fantastic views.
Mains electricity. Mains gas. Mains metered water. Mains drainage.
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