- Detached Family Residence
- Sought After Village Location
- Lovely Village & Countryside Views
- Ample Parking for Several Vehicles
- Four Bedrooms/Three Bathrooms
- Potential for Annexe
- Landscaped Gardens & Vegetable Patch
Set in the picturesque and peaceful village of Lanreath this spacious family home is a credit to its current owners who have spent the last few years updating and refurbishing the property to a high specification. The accommodation is laid out over two floors with the main living accommodation at entrance level and briefly comprises:- Spacious hall, L shaped lounge with office/study area, good size kitchen/ diner, three bedrooms, one with en-suite, family bathroom and a cloakroom . The lower ground floor features a sizable family games room with drinks bar and well equipped utility area, inner lobby and a further bedroom/guest room with en-suite and patio doors. A particular feature is that this part of the house was once an annex/holiday let and this could easily be reinstated if required. Externally there is ample parking and a good size level garden and patio to the front, a large south facing courtyard to the side and beautifully landscaped gardens to the rear, interspersed with patios and a vegetable plot. Views over the village and surrounding countryside can be enjoyed from here, whilst the south/westerly orientation offers plenty of afternoon and evening sun. The integral garage is currently used as a sound proofed music room/workshop but could be used as a garage with some minor alteration.
This is a perfect home for families of all ages and ideal for those looking at multi-generational living.
Lanreath is a quaint, picturesque rural village, nestled into the Cornish countryside whilst being just a few miles from the coast and local beach at Talland Bay. The market town of Liskeard is just a few miles north as is the A38 with a 30 minute drive to the city of Plymouth. The village is well served by a small post office and convenience store, the popular `Tipsy Cow` Bar, busy village hall with play group and the historical St Marnarch`s Church.
Half glazed uPVC door opens into a spacious hallway. Large walk-in airing cupboard. Stairs to lower ground floor. Doors off to the ground floor bedrooms, lounge, office study, kitchen/diner and cloakroom.
uPVC window to the side aspect. Close Coupled WC, wash hand basin. Radiator. Coat hooks.
uPVC windows to the front and side. Kitchen area - Range of base units with cupboards and pan drawers, glazed wall cabinets. Worktop with tiled splashbacks. Island unit with inset five ring gas hob and retractable work-top extractor fan . Wall mounted Neff double oven with warming drawer. Inset 1.5 bowl sink and drainer plus waste disposal unit. Space for an American style fridge freezer, space for dishwasher.
Dining Area - Space for table and chairs. Radiator
Good-size room with uPVC French doors to the rear and uPVC window to the side. Open fireplace housing multi-fuel burning stove. Radiators.
Opening from the lounge to office/study area. uPVC window to the side. Radiator. Door to hall.
uPVC window to the rear aspect. Radiator. Door to en-suite shower room.
En-suite Shower Room
Recently fitted stylish and contemporary style suite comprising - Walk in shower with glass screen, wash hand basin with tiled splash back, close coupled WC. uPVC window to the rear aspect. Heated towel rail.
uPVC window to the front aspect. Radiator.
Currently being used as a hobby room. uPVC window to the rear aspect. Radiator.
Stylish four piece suite comprising :- bath, corner shower cubicle, close coupled WC and vanity basin. Heated towel rail. uPVC window to the front aspect. Extractor fan.
Lower Ground Floor
Stairs from the hall descend to the lower ground floor. Door to integral garage/music Room. Open into the family games room.
Integral Garage/Music Room
Lights and electric up and over door. Professional sound proofing to the roof and walls.
Family Games Room
Extensive room with a bar to one end with drinks shelf and a space for the under counter drinks fridge. Opening to under-stair storage. radiator. Utilty area to the far end.
uPVC door to side patio. uPVC window to the side. Base units with worktop plus under-counter space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer.
Storage shelves. Oil fired central heating boiler. Consumer unit.
Bedroom Four/Guest Room
uPVC sliding patio doors to the side aspect accessing courtyard. Open storage/wardrobe. radiator. Door to en-suite shower room.
En-suite Shower Room
Internal window to bedroom. Close coupled WC, vanity wash hand basin. Shower cubicle housing a deluge shower. Extractor fan, wall mounted fan heater.
To the front there is a level lawn with manicured borders, beds and a slate path and patio. To one side of the property there is a path with areas of storage for wood/compost etc. to the other side there are steps descending to a good size south facing courtyard with clothes drying area. Steps rise to the rear gardens which have been landscaped with split level areas of lawn, slate patios and a well established vegetable garden. Garden shed.
There is an extensive area of hard standing to the front of the property, enough for several vehicles, or campers/boats etc.
Mains water, drainage and electricity. There is no mains gas in Lanreath. The central heating system is oil fired and the gas hob in the kitchen uses bottled gas.
Superfast fibre broadband.
From Looe take the A387 toward Polperro. Turn right onto the B3359 signposted Pelynt. Proceed through the village on this road until you reach a signpost to Lanreath on the left. Take this turning and follow the road until reaching The Punch Bowl. Bear around to the right in front of the pub and follow the road out of the village for a few hundred yard.There is a small triangular verge on the right hand side with a private drive to Rectory Gardens. Number 2 is on the right.
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