16' 7'' x 8' 1'' (5.05m x 2.46m)
Double aspect double glazed windows. Further personal door to side. Tiled floor. Half glazed door through to:
13' 7'' x 11' 4'' (4.14m x 3.45m)
Sash window to front. Double glazed window to rear. Radiator. Painted stone fireplace with open fire. Exposed beam ceiling. Open sided stone steps with wooden treads leading to first floor. Door to study. Door to kitchen.
15' 6'' x 7' 2'' (4.72m x 2.18m)
Double aspect windows. Radiator. Beamed ceiling.
16' 5'' x 11' 8'' (5.00m x 3.55m)
Double aspect wooden sash double glazed windows with wooden sills. Two double radiators. Ornate period feature fireplace (not in use). Exposed beam ceiling. Range of kitchen units comprising double bowl stainless steel sink unit with single drainer. Range of granite worktops with cupboards, drawers and voids under. Five ring gas hob inset in worktop. 'Hotpoint' electric double oven in housing unit. Local tiling around worktops. Central granite topped island unit with cupboards under. Plumbing for dishwasher.
From the entrance hall, doorway leads outside with further door leading into:
Electric light and power points. Plumbing for washing machine. Window to front. Door through to:
6' 5'' x 6' 4'' (1.95m x 1.93m)
Fully tiled walls. Electric wall mounted shower unit. Glazed shower enclosure. Low level WC. Wash hand basin. Radiator. Tiled floor. Window to rear.
From the dining room, steps up to:
FIRST FLOOR LOUNGE:
20' 1'' x 16' 1'' (6.12m x 4.90m) maximum
Double aspect windows. Two double radiators. Exposed beamed ceiling. Open fire inset in stone chimney breast with slate hearth. Two walls exposed stone. From the lounge doors lead to bedroom 1, bathroom and inner hall.
9' 0'' x 6' 5'' (2.74m x 1.95m) plus door recess
White suite comprising panelled bath with plumbed in shower unit over with fitted glazed shower screen. Walls fully tiled around bath. Ladder towel rail/radiator. WC with high level cistern. Pedestal wash hand basin. Radiator. Built-in cupboard with hot water cylinder and immersion heater.
11' 10'' x 9' 10'' (3.60m x 2.99m)
Double aspect windows with pleasing views over the River Tamar and wooded valley. Radiator. Pedestal wash hand basin. Access to loft.
From lounge, door through to:
Short staircase leading to bedrooms. Window facing front. Further half glazed door leading to garden.
8' 1'' x 8' 0'' (2.46m x 2.44m)
Window to rear. Radiator. Folding doors lead through to bedroom 4 so it could be utilised as one larger room.
9' 8'' x 8' 5'' (2.94m x 2.56m)
Window to rear. Radiator.
11' 9'' x 9' 9'' (3.58m x 2.97m) plus wardrobes
Window to front. Radiator. Built-in wardrobe cupboards along one wall with sliding doors.
From the grounds a door leads to the cellars.
Room 1: 13' 8'' x 11' 11'' (4.16m x 3.63m)
Double glazed window to front. Wooden door to front. Electric light and power connected. Flagstone flooring. Wall mounted 'Worcester' gas fired boiler providing central heating and domestic hot water. Access through to:
Room 2: 12' 0'' x 10' 0'' (3.65m x 3.05m)
Small window to side.
The cellar rooms would be ideal workshops/storage areas.
The grounds are thought to extend to approximately two thirds of an acre in total, approached by a gravelled driveway to large parking area, leading to the DETACHED GARAGE with double doors, electric light and power connected. To the rear of the garage is a wooden built triple bay open fronted car port with adjoining stone built open fronted wood store. Large cistern water storage tank used to collect rain water from the roof of the carport for watering gardens.
The delightful plot contains many mature trees and shrubs with various sections created by the owners. One area with green house and vegetable garden. A further sunken garden with attractive fish pond surrounded by rockery and patio area with a summer house with decked area overlooking the pond. This building is in need of some finishing works. The owners have created a delightful gravelled seating area affectionately known as the 'Poop Deck' ideal for sitting and enjoying the peace of the valley.
From the gardens at the lower side are two pedestrian gates leading on to the public footpath which runs alongside the River Tamar, giving access to walks etc.
The current owners have lived at the property since 1981 and twice since they have lived here, the river has flooded with water entering into the cellars but not reaching the living accommodation which is obviously higher set. We understand that prior to their occupation, the previous flood was thirty years earlier. In the cellar is a sump with pump fitted to remove flood water.
Mains electricity, gas, metered water and mains drainage.