• Sitting Room
• Kitchen/Dining Room
• Garden Room
• 3 Bedrooms
• Double Car Port
• 1800 sq ft Outbuilding
Close to the coast, a detached house with 1800 sq ft outbuilding and 4.5 acres of pasture. Sitting room, kitchen/dining room with Rayburn, garden room, 3 bedrooms, bathroom, driveway, parking, double car port, 1800 sq ft outbuilding with office, gardens, pasture and woodland. EPC Band D.
The village of Polbathic stands on a tributary of the River Lynher and has a public house and village hall. The nearby village of St Germans has the usual village facilities including a main line railway station (Plymouth to London Paddington 3 hours), providing a very useful commuting link, community shop, primary school, doctors’ surgery, church, public house and a sailing club.
St Germans is also home to the beautiful Port Eliot Estate with its fascinating parkland gardens and the house now open to the public. A wide range of shopping, educational and recreational facilities are available at Saltash including a Waitrose store on its northern outskirts.
St Mellion International Golf Resort lies approximately 13 miles distant and the City of Plymouth lies within a relatively short commute and has an excellent shopping centre which is adjacent to the historic and beautiful waterfront areas of the Barbican and Hoe. Plymouth also has a ferryport with regular services to France and Northern Spain.
The wide expanses and beaches of Whitsand and Looe Bay are only a short drive away.
This detached bay fronted house lies in a sheltered setting on the outskirts of the scattered rural village of Polbathic. The property offers spacious accommodation which benefits from double glazed windows and oil fired central heating. The general purpose outbuilding, extending to approximately 1800 sq ft (167 sqm), and the pasture paddock, which is currently mown as lawn, may appeal to those with equestrian or small holding interests.
The property offers the following accommodation:
The entrance door opens into a reception hall with balustrade staircase rising to the first floor. The sitting room has a bay window overlooking the garden and a fireplace housing a wood burner with polished granite hearth and timber surround.
The kitchen/dining room, again has an open fireplace together with an oil fired Rayburn. In addition, there are a range of work surfaces with drawers and cupboards under. A built in Fagor 5-ring induction hob and plumbing for automatic washing machine and dishwasher. This room boasts a dual aspect with windows overlooking the gardens and field beyond.
The garden room has a tiled floor and enjoys a fine aspect over the field and open countryside in the west with French doors opening directly onto the patio.
At first floor level the landing has a pair of French doors with the potential to create a balcony over the garden room (subject to any consents that may be required). There are 3 bedrooms each with views together with a bathroom presented to a contemporary standard and comprising panelled in bath with shower over, low flush WC and pedestal wash hand basin.
The property has a private driveway providing ample level parking leading to the double carport 18’9" x 17’11". The driveway leads on giving convenient access to the field and outbuilding. Immediately adjacent to the house there are lawned gardens with established flower and shrub beds, together with a paved patio, again with flowering shrub beds.
There are a range of outbuildings including garden shed 8’4" x 7’4", greenhouse 30′ × 10′, summerhouse 9’8" x 5’7" with decked patio and a very useful general purpose outbuilding 59’6" x 29’3" with mezzanine office 17′ × 10′. This steel framed clear span building would suit a variety of purposes.
Beyond the lawn lies the pasture land. The land is laid to pasture and is currently mown. However, it would suit those seeking to pursue an equestrian or smallholding lifestyle. In addition to the pasture, there are 2 small areas of woodland with the pasture extending to about 4.2 acres and the natural broadleaf woodland extending to approximately 0.4 acre.
Mains water, electricity, drainage and oil fired central heating.
COUNCIL TAX BAND
Cornwall Council: 0300 1234100.
Strictly by prior appointment only through Stags, Plymouth Office 01752 223933.
From the Tamar Bridge take the A38 westwards passing through Landrake and Tideford to reach Trerulefoot. Turn left onto the A374 as signed for Torpoint and continue to Polbathic. Proceed through the village, passing the Halfway House public house on the right hand side and the garage on the left hand side. In a short distance take the slip road on the right hand side and the property will be found along this road on the right hand side.