Situated mid way between Looe and Liskeard in the small village of Morval you will find Well Croft, a former 19th century schoolhouse. Steeped in history the property has been sympathetically renovated over the years and now offers extremely comfortable two bedroom accommodation that perfectly blends the old with the new. Some of the character features of the property are the exposed timbers and stonework, vaulted ceilings and woodburners whilst the modern conveniences include the kitchen, bathroom and uPVC double glazing. Outside the property there are generous level gardens to lawn with raised beds, vegetable areas, greenhouse and stone sheds, one of which houses the well that would have once provided water to the immediate neighbourhood.
Immediately to the front of the property is the former main road through the village which was diverted some years ago and now ceases outside the property thus providing a parking area. From here an extra width uPVC door with small double glazed window, opens into the Dining Room.
Dining Room - 2.5m (8'2") x 5.06m (16'7")
A light and spacious room with uPVC double glazed window to the side. Superb vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers. Recessed fireplace with closed front wood burner on a raised hearth. Flagstone floor. High level cupboard with meters and consumer unit. Three steps up to the kitchen, three steps up to the inner hall and small step to the lounge.
Lounge - 5.44m (17'10") x 4.52m (14'10")
Spacious dual aspect room with uPVC double glazed windows to the rear and front, the latter affording countryside views and having a window seat beneath. Feature fireplace with clome oven, wood lintel and inset closed front wood burner. Recesses to either side. Three steps up tp door giving access to inner hall. Under stair cupboard. Exposed beams. Wood floor. Radiator (not connected)
Kitchen - 2.4m (7'10") x 3.02m (9'11")
Modern room with rustic feel that comprises wooden floor standing cupboards complimented by work-surfaces that have ceramic tiled splash backs above. Inset one and a half bowl single drainer sink. Wall mounted double cupboard. Space and pluming for washing machine and dishwasher. Space for upright fridge-freezer. Built in range with double oven that has a canopied cooker hood above. Vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers. Wooden stable door to the garden. Tiled floor. Pair of uPVC double glazed windows to the rear.
Stairs rising to the first floor. Doors off to lounge and bathroom, opening to dining room.
Dual aspect room with uPVC double glazed windows to the rear and side. Modern white suite comprising shower bath with electric shower over and fitted screen. Close coupled wc and wash hand basin. Full tiling to bath and shower area, further tiling behind the wc and wash hand basin. Tiled floor. Airing cupboard with hot water cylinder.
Small landing with doors to both bedrooms
Bedroom 1 - 2.83m (9'3") x 4.68m (15'4")
Double room with uPVC double glazed window to the front affording far reaching countryside views. Window seat. Deep recess with fitted wardrobes. Further smaller recess. Exposed timbers. Radiator (not connected).
Bedroom 2 - 2.71m (8'11") x 3.57m (11'9")
Double room with uPVC double glazed window to the rear with window seat beneath. Exposed timbers. Radiator (not connected). Over stairs cupboard.
These are situated to the side of the property and offer a good degree of privacy. The gardens are mainly to lawn with flower beds and borders that contain an abundance of shrubs together with wild flowers. Raised vegetable beds. Seating areas. Small pond. Fruit trees. Various small stone buildings including a tool shed and wood shed, the latter formerly the well house and still containing the well that would once have supplied drinking water to the neighbouring cottages. Greenhouse. Natural and fenced boundaries. To the far end of the garden there are wire fenced pens previously used for keeping chickens.
To the front of the property is the former main road through the village which has now been diverted thus leaving a dead end that terminates outside Well Croft. This area provides parking for several vehicles.
Services: Mains water and electricity. Private drainage.
Council Tax: Band B
Heating: General heating is provided by two closed front wood burners whilst hot water is via an immersion heated.
Windows: uPVC double glazed.
1. A section of the garden situated furthest from the cottage belongs to Morval Estate and has been rented from them for several years at an annual cost of £100.
2. We understand the well could still be used if tested and passed by the relevant authories.
3. Due to the thickness and irregularity of the walls measurements given are done so as a guide and should only be used as such.
Proceed out of Looe passing the Railway Station on your left and follow the signs for Liskeard. Go through Sandplace and continue on this road. You will eventually arrive at Morval and the property will be found on your left prior to reaching The Snooty Fox. Our for sale board at the front will help identify the property.
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- Characterful 2 bed semi detached cottage
- Semi rural location between Looe & Liskeard
- uPVC double glazing & two wood burners
- Parking. No onward Chain
- Former 19th century schoolhouse
- Generous level gardens with well house
- Far reaching countryside views
- EPC Rating: G15
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