- Detached character residence set in large grounds
- Mature gardens and woodland totalling approx 1.4 acres
- Good decorative order throughout
- Vacant possession with no chain
- Spacious accommodation with 4/5 bedrooms
- Idyllic location offering a good degree of privacy
- Just two miles from Looe and close to Sandplace station
- Energy Rating: D - Council Tax: Band F
Situated in a private and idyllic location just two miles from the beaches and amenities at Looe you will find Morval Vean, a detached 4/5 bedroom characterful house that is set in grounds of approximately 1.4 acres. Beautifully presented and extremely spacious the accommodation has a wealth of character which has been sympathetically enhanced by the modern day conveniences of central heating and double glazing and together these make this a delightful home in which to live. The accommodation is laid out over two floors and briefly comprises: sitting room, drawing room, conservatory, cloakroom, utility room, hall and kitchen/diner on the ground floor. The first floor offers a family bathroom, 2 double bedrooms , one with en suite bathroom, a single bedroom which is currently utilised as an office and a further large bedroom with room off that could have many uses. Invisible from the road, the property is approached over a winding drive with ample parking, large open fronted car port and superb gardens. The latter extend to all sides and are mature with an abundance of trees and shrubs including rhododendrons, magnolias, camelias, acers, deciduous trees and laburnum, to name but a few. Paths meander through the gardens where you will also find small lawns, an ornamental pond, a stone outbuilding, sheds, patios, a magnificent garden room and an area of woodland.
Part glazed door. uPVC double glazed windows. Part glazed door opens into the hall.
uPVC double glazed window. Doors lead off to the drawing room, cloakroom, sitting room and kitchen/diner. Stairs to the first floor.
Fully tiled walls. White suite of wc with concealed cistern and wash hand basin within a modern vanity unit. Extractor fan.
uPVC double glazed window overlooking the garden. uPVC double glazed doors opening into the gardens. Feature fireplace with inset fire, wood surround and mantel. Storage cupboard to one corner concealing the gas central heating boiler.
Characterful room the focal point of which is a recessed fireplace featuring a closed front multi fuel burner. Pair of uPVC double glazed windows looking onto the gardens. Recess. Beamed ceiling. Two radiators. Storage cupboard. Double doors to the conservatory.
uPVC double glazed windows on three sides looking onto the gardens. Pair of uPVC double glazed doors providing access into the garden. Two radiators. Tiled floor. Double doors to the kitchen/diner.
Dual aspect room with uPVC double glazed windows on two sides. This is a spacious room with a range of wooden units that are both floor standing and wall mounted. These are complemented by fitted worksurfaces with inset sink. Central island unit. Large gas fired range with three hot plates and four ovens. Two radiators. Beamed ceiling. Tiled floor. Multi glazed door to utility room.
Dual aspect with uPVC double glazed window and part glazed door to the gardens. Built in cupboards. Single drainer sink. Fitted worksurfaces. Space and plumbing for appliances.
Exposed roof timbers and beams. uPVC double glazed windows looking onto the gardens. Airing cupboard. Radiator. Doors lead off to the bedrooms and bathroom.
Dual aspect with uPVC double glazed windows on two sides. Exposed roof timbers. Wall lights. Radiator. Door to en suite bathroom that is extremely spacious and has a white suite of panelled bath, shower cubicle and vanity unit with wash hand basin and wc. Radiator. Storage cupboard. Airing cupboard. uPVC double glazed windows on two sides.
uPVC double glazed window. This is a large single room currently utilised as a home office and as such it has built in units for storage etc. Radiator. Loft access.
A pair of uPVC double glazed windows overlooking the gardens. Exposed roof timbers. Pair of built in wardrobes. Radiator.
Spacious room with a pair of double glazed roof windows. White suite of panelled bath, close coupled wc and modern vanity unit with wash hand basin. Large walk in shower cubicle. Partially tiled walls. radiator. Towel radiator. Wall lights.
uPVC double glazed window overlooking the garden. To the extent of one wall there are a range of fitted wardrobes. Exposed beams. Radiator. Door off to a versatile room currently used for crafts/hobbies but could also serve as a secondary bedroom. This is extremely spacious with uPVC double glazed windows on two sides. To one end there is small multi fuel stove set on a slate hearth.
The property is approached over a private drive with mature gardens on all sides. These are well established and planted with an abundance of shrubs and trees. Footpaths meander through the gardens and lead to the ornamental pond with footbridge, stone out building, lawns, patios, woodland and the garden room. This is uPVC double glazed on three sides with two sets of doors and a tiled floor. Outside the garden room there is a large patio making this an ideal space for entertaining or just relaxing and enjoying the summer evenings.
Mains water, electricity and gas. Private drainage.
Gas fired central heating to a system of radiators.
The current owner informs us that a covenant within the deeds prevents the property from being used for business purposes. There is a footpath through part of the garden which we are informed has not been used during the current owners occupation nor that of the previous owners, a time span of some 40 years.
Proceed out of Looe on the A387 signposted Liskeard. Follow this road for approximately two miles and after passing the turning to Duloe on your left the road bears right. As it does so, take the first drive on your right, keep right and follow the drive up and around to the house.
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