Draynes, Liskeard, Cornwall, PL14

£799,950

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 8
Impressive detached farmhouse residence and two luxury cottages set in a peaceful location with stunning rural views. 4 Bedrooms (3 en suites), 3 reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room, 2 luxury 2 bedroom cottages, detached garage/workshop and pasture paddock. EPC Band E. 3.14 Acres In All

SITUATION

Situated on the fringes of the parish of St Neot, on the southern edge of the picturesque and rugged Bodmin Moor. St Neot village has a public house, general store, Post Office facilities, social club, primary school and church. A more comprehensive range of facilities can be found at the market towns of Liskeard and Bodmin, including mainline railway stations serving London Paddington (via Plymouth). At Liskeard there is access to the A38 trunk road which links to the City Port of Plymouth.

DESCRIPTION

An impressive detached residence which has been the subject of considerable expenditure and improvement by the current vendors to create a home of rare quality and comfort.

ACCOMMODATION

The accommodation is clearly illustrated on the floorplan overleaf and briefly comprises: entrance hall with connecting door to Tregenza, cloakroom/utility room and dining room/study with French doors to the garden and connecting door to Rosemorren. The kitchen/breakfast room has a range of base and wall mounted units with oak worksurfaces, space appliances, French doors to rear patio. Inner vestibule with storage cupboard and door to walk. The family room has a woodburner set on slate hearth with antique pine surround. The double aspect lounge has 3 pairs of French doors to the rear with stunning rural views and a walk-in storage cupboard.

 

The first floor has a galleried landing. The double aspect master bedroom has a decked balcony enjoying breathtaking views and an en suite bathroom. Bedrooms 2 and 3 both enjoy a decked balcony and share a Jack and Jill en suite bathroom. Bedroom 4 has an en suite shower room.

THE COTTAGES

The self-contained cottages are attached to the farmhouse and provide a supplemental income. Both cottages sleep up to 6 people with their own garden areas and separate entrances (or can be accessed via the farmhouse). For further information visit the vendors website www.southdraynesfarm.co.uk.

OUTSIDE

A long concrete drive leads from the parish road to the parking areas, one for the main house and one for guests. Detached workshop 13.72m x 6.71m (45' x 22') divided into 2 rooms with wooden coach doors, power and light connected. The gardens surround the property and are laid mainly to lawn with hedge and fence boundaries and a walled vegetable garden. A paved patio to the rear looks over the superb views of the countryside to moorland beyond.

 

Adjoining the garden is a pasture paddock, which is currently unfenced but has had provision for supply of water. The property extends in all to 3.14 acres or thereabouts.

SERVICES

Private water and drainage. Mains electricity. Bulk oil fired central heating. Telephone connected subject to British Telecom regulations (two lines). FTTP Ultrafast Broadband. Please note the agents have not inspected or tested these services.

DIRECTIONS

From the A30, take the exit at Bolventor (approximately 10 miles west of Launceston). On entering Bolventor, take the first left, signposted St Cleer and follow this road through the Draynes Valley. After approximately 5 miles turn right, signposted Golitha Falls. Follow this lane for almost half a mile, where the entrance to the property can be found on the left hand side at the crest of the hill. Map reference: OS Landranger sheet 201:216/688.

These particulars are a guide only and should not be relied upon for any purpose.

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