Price £690,000 Sold

A truly stunning Grade II listed residence is set within its own gardens and grounds amounting to 4.8 acres or thereabouts including a paddock located in an idyllic setting enjoying wonderful countryside views.The present vendors commissioned the conversion in 1995 and have sympathically enhanced and restored taking into consideration the original era making it a credit to the present owners. The impressive spacious accommodation retains many original with added additional character features to include A framed vaulted exposed ceilings, cathedral shaped oak/glass doors, flagstone flooring, wood burning stove set within a granite and slate fireplace, solid oak internal doors with matching handles, farmhouse Kitchen, Minstrel Landing and Mullion windows. There are also many period artefacts within the property and externally. Taking into consideration the design and location this would make an excellent family home or even has the possibility of being suitable for the extended family. Externally there are attractive gardens and grounds which are currently separated into different sections and there are a number of useful out-buildings, garage and ample parking all described within the main brochure.

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

Harrowbarrow is a popular village with its own shop and primary school and is approximately 2.5 miles from the town of Callington and 3 miles from the large village of Gunnislake where there is a railway station with a regular train service into Plymouth. Tavistock, some 7 miles distant, is a thriving market town adjoining the western edge of the Dartmoor National Park. Plymouth is only 18 miles away with fast Inter City rail links to London, Bristol and the North. There are also ferry services to Roscoff, Brittany and Santander, Northern Spain. There are many recreational pursuits nearby for all the family including visiting theTamar Valley an area of outstanding natural beauty.

An entrance gateway opens on to a granite stone pathway which leads up to the front and side period solid oak doors edged in granite. The side door gives access to:-

Entrance Reception Hall/Boot Room:- - 12'5" (3.78m) x 8'3" (2.51m)
Oak framed double glazed window to the front elevation with deep slate sill. Flagstone flooring and matching steps giving access to the main residence. Radiator. Second Oak door gives access into:-

Shower Room:- - 8'9" (2.67m) x 7'6" (2.29m)
Suite comprising of low level WC, period style vanity unit incorporating the wash hand basin with tiled splash back edged in wood and cabinet beneath. Oak double glazed window to the front elevation with slate sill, shaver light and point. Shower cubicle including a tray, enclosing doors and electric shower. Tiling to the walls, beams, radiator, display niche and tiling to the floor.

From the entrance reception, two steps lead up to the oak door which gives access to the main reception room being:-

Sitting Room:- - 32'1" (9.78m) x 14'10" (4.52m)
A most impressive reception room having the main features of this room as a granite fireplace with a cast iron multi-fuel burner set on a slate hearth and the original A framed vaulted exposed beamed ceiling. Oak double glazed window with deep slate sill, central oak stair case rising to the first floor minstrel landing. Radiators, wooden oak framed double glazed French doors giving access to the formal garden. Two sets of Cathedral shaped doors give access into the Dining Room edged in period beams.

Dining Room:- - 15'9" (4.8m) x 14'8" (4.47m)
Ample area suitable for dining room table and chairs and further reception room furniture if required. Oak finished double glazed windows looking out across the formal gardens with slate sills and wooden window seats. Cathedral shaped doors open to the under stairs storage cupboard. Radiator.Two steps lead up to:-

Bedroom Four:- - 15'0" (4.57m) x 14'10" (4.52m)
Double Bedroom with oak double glazed windows with a deep slate sill and two cowslip enclosed windows with slate sills. Radiator, period vanity unit with wash hand basin, drawer space below, tiled surround and edging.

From the Dining Room an oak door and two steps give access through to:-

Kitchen/Breakfast room :- - 18'0" (5.49m) x 17'2" (5.23m) Into Recess
Farmhouse kitchen fitted with a range of wooden wall and base units, roll top work surfaces, drawer space. Fireplace recessed area which is finished in slate and stone and includes decorative niches housing the range cooker. Washing machine, wine rack, oak windows with tiled sill, sunken spotlighting, Area suitable for breakfast table and chairs and oak double glazed windows edged in granite. Flagstone flooring, radiator, airing cupboard housing the Heatrae Sadia Megaflow Cylinder. flagstone flooring

From the Sitting Room an oak internal door gives access through to three stairs which lead down to:-

Study:- - 21'7" (6.58m) x 8'6" (2.59m)
With oak encased window with a deep slate sill and a further oak window with deep wooden sill, radiators and A frame ceiling beams. Oak door gives access through to:-

Garden Room/Conservatory: - - 21'10" (6.65m) x 12'2" (3.71m)
Facing south with wonderful views stretching across the gardens, land and surrounding countryside. Oak framed double glazed encased windows. Flagstone flooring, radiator, door giving access to the exterior. Boiler cupboard housing the central heating and hot water boiler and oak framed double glazed encased windows.

From the ground floor the central oak stair case leads up to:-

Minstrel Landing:-
The minstrel landing overlooks the most impressive Sitting Room where the original A framed beams can be fully viewed. Beams, period style linen cupboard and Internal door with two steps lead down to:-

Master Bedroom:- - 18'5" (5.61m) x 13'5" (4.09m)
A spacious and light double bedroom having the original mullion windows with wooden lintel above finished in granite. Radiators, Velux window and a further oak window with a slate sill.

Bathroom:- - 7'5" (2.26m) x 7'5" (2.26m)
Comprising of low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, double curved bath with a Victorian style central shower head, Velux window, part tiling to the walls, radiator, shaver light and point and extractor.

Walk In Wardrobe:-
With hanging rail and storage space. Internal oak door gives access through to:-

From the main landing there is an opening through to a further landing with beams.

Bedroom 2:- - 12'5" (3.78m) x 15'9" (4.8m)
Double bedroom with A frame ceiling beams and radiator. Oak double glazed windows with deep slate sill.

Bedroom 3:- - 16'0" (4.88m) x 10'9" (3.28m)
Double bedroom with large double glazed Velux window, radiator. A frame ceiling beams, recessed area suitable for wardrobes and bedroom furniture which has the possibility of being adapted to provide an en suite.


The Wood Store:- - 30'8" (9.35m) x 12'7" (3.84m)
In keeping with the main residence with oak folding doors, lighting and finished in slate and stone.

Tool Store:-
Attached to the conservatory with an enclosing door which can be adapted for individual needs.

Garage:- - 22'8" (6.91m) x 11'10" (3.61m)
With wooden enclosing doors, again finished in slate and stone.Power and light, oak window to the side and oak door. Opposite the garage there is also a covered area suitable for storage purposes/car port.

On approaching the property there is a gravel driveway with a five bar gate giving access to the parking area, garage and rear of the property. The front gardens have lawns and spring/summer flower beds finished and edged in slate chevron and stone walling. A gateway then gives access to the pathway leading to the main entrance to the property. To the right hand side of the property there are two further entrances one to the gardens and one to the land below. To the rear the formal garden includes granite steps, has a central stone and granite finished water feature, lawns with edging, gravel pathways. The steps lead up to a lawned walled garden with flowers and shrubs. Natural hedging and an archway leading through to the parking area. The primary garden is laid to lawn and is well stocked with a variety of trees, flowers, shrubs a raised stone and slate finished flower garden with an abundance of different tree species, a soft fruit growing area which includes blackcurrants, raspberries and gooseberries. The garden also includes a Poly tunnel, greenhouse, vegetable garden, willow arch, strawberry patch and vines. An orchard includes apple and plum trees. The lower land would make an ideal equestrian facility or can be adapted for individual preferences.

Electicity. Oil fired central heating. Water via Bore Hole. Septic tank Drainange.

Council Tax:-
the Council Tax Band for this property is Band B.

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