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Treglasta, Launceston, Cornwall


4 Bedroom Detached House for sale in Cornwall

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  • Imposing detached farmhouse style residence.
  • Standing in an elevated position with outstanding far reaching views.
  • A wealth of character features throughout.
  • Highly flexible accommodation.
  • Four bedrooms
  • two with en-suite facilities.
  • Office space suitable for those who work from home.
  • Superfast broadband connected to the property.
  • Oil fired central heating and UPVC double glazing.
  • Plenty of provisions for off road parking.

Imposing detached farmhouse style residence.
Standing in an elevated position with outstanding far reaching views.
A wealth of character features throughout.
Highly flexible accommodation.
Four bedrooms, two with en-suite facilities.
Office space suitable for those who work from home.
Superfast broadband connected to the property.
Oil fired central heating and UPVC double glazing.
Plenty of provisions for off road parking.
Attractive and extensive mature gardens.
Good proximity to both Bodmin Moor and the rugged north Cornish coastline with its sandy beaches.

This fine detached residence dates back we believe to the 19th century and was once one of the most important homes in the area with it originally having more land and buildings within the title. Over recent years the neighbouring barns have been converted into small attractive high quality homes forming part of the small hamlet of Treglasta. Our clients have resided in the residence for some 13 years or so and during that time have improved and modified the accommodation to suit their needs. The rich wealth of character on display throughout the home includes beamed ceilings, exposed stone walls and cut granite, open fireplaces and surrounds, slated window seats, and both wooden and slated floors. The main rooms at the front enjoy the spectacular outlook over the surrounding countryside towards Bodmin Moor. The gardens are a key ingredient of the property and are mature and extensive and give scope for the future purchaser to landscape as they wish. All in all we have no hesitation in recommending an early internal inspection of this country residence.
The home has well-presented accommodation including a welcoming reception hallway which serves both the main living space and the farmhouse style kitchen/dining room. The split level triple aspect living room is dominated by the stone and slate open fireplace. At the raised end there is room for a grand piano and in situ is a feature granite trough. From here the dog leg stairs ascend up to the first floor.
The farmhouse style kitchen/dining room is dual aspect with the kitchen area being well equipped with a range of matching traditional styled white units with wooden work surfaces. There is a breakfast bar and a centre unit which has an electric hob with a space for a dishwasher beneath. The room has an exposed stone wall running the whole length with two fire surrounds, one of which has a traditional clome oven in situ and the other within the spacious dining area has a multi-fuel burner sat on a slated hearth. The remainder of the ground floor comprises of a WC, useful utility room and an office which is perfect for those who work from home.
On the first floor all rooms are accessed off the feature landing. There are four large double bedrooms all of which have slate window seats with the two principle rooms being positioned at the front having the finest of the views both benefiting from en-suite shower facilities. The remaining two bedrooms each have their own hand basins and share use of the family shower Room/WC. The home has many benefits such as oil fired central heating, UPVC double glazing and superfast broadband.
The private sweeping driveway (which is shared by other residents within the complex) sweeps off the main public highway where it is flanked by several shrubs, bushes and open plan lawned areas. A gravelled area provides off road parking. The drive continues around to the rear of the property where there is plenty of off road parking.
The front garden is open plan, virtually level and laid to lawn and comprises of a level gravelled seating area which is strategically positioned to make the most of the breath taking far reaching views over Bodmin Moor. The garden has a range of shrubs, bushes, perennials and young specimen trees including an attractive circular granite flowerbed.
Moving through around to the side there is a further copse of larger specimen trees which is carpeted with Bluebells and further perennials during the late winter and spring season. This area has seclusion, shelter and opens into the main area of garden which again is mainly lawn with a large selection of further trees, shrubs and bushes, where there could be potential to place sheds, stores or a summerhouse. Such species of tree include Conifers, Pampas Grass, Rhododendrons and Azaleas. The whole environment is most attractive and a habitat for much wildlife. The ground would appeal to the green fingered gardener wanting to landscape to their desire, grow fine produce and enjoy the wonderful environment.
The house is nestled in a quiet location in the very heart of the North Cornish Countryside yet within good access of the A395 and A39. General amenities such as a general store/sub Post Office, County Primary School, Secondary school, Public Houses, and take away restaurants will be found at the town of Camelford approximately 7 miles from the property. The ancient former market town of Launceston lies approximately 12 miles to the east and has a range of shopping, schooling, commercial and recreational facilities.
Further extensive facilities and transport links by road, rail and air will be found in the cities of Plymouth and Exeter. Plymouth being 36 miles distant and Exeter being 52 miles away.
Popular tourist areas of Port Isaac, Boscastle and Crackington Haven are within easy striking distance along with the coastal resorts of Bude and Widemouth Bay, well known for their excellent surf and sandy beaches. The rugged beauty of Bodmin moor with its myriad of walking and hiking opportunities is also within walking distance of the property.

Living Room 16'7" max x 24'7" max (5.05m max x 7.5m max).

Dining Room 15'10" (4.83m) max x 13' (3.96m) max.

Kitchen 15'10" (4.83m) max x 10'8" (3.25m) max.

WC 5'10" x 6'6" (1.78m x 1.98m).

Office 8'3" (2.51m) max x 10'9" (3.28m) max.

Utility Room 9'9" (2.97m) max x 13'2" (4.01m) max.

Bedroom 1 19'4" x 9'9" (5.9m x 2.97m).

En-suite 4'2" (1.27m) min x 13'4" (4.06m) max.

Bedroom 2 13'6" (4.11m) max x 13'3" (4.04m) max.

En-suite 2'7" (0.79m) max x 6'9" (2.06m) max.

Bedroom 3 15'10" x 10'10" (4.83m x 3.3m).

Bedroom 4 12'2" max x 10'9" max (3.7m max x 3.28m max).

Shower Room/WC 3'7" max x 10'8" max (1.1m max x 3.25m max).

From Launceston town centre proceed to Pennygillam roundabout taking the first exit signposted towards Bodmin heading westbound along the A30 dual carriageway. Take the left hand exit at Kennards House signposted towards Camelford and North Cornwall proceeding along the A395. Proceed for some 7.5 miles along this road passing through the village of Pipers Pool and continue straight ahead. Turn left just before reaching Hallworthy (signposted Treglasta). Proceed along this unclassified road for approximately 1 mile and through Treglasta. As you drop down the hill the entrance to Tregalsta Manor will be found on the left hand side clearly marked by a granite sign.

Property Ref: 55816_LAU200217


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