Timber front door to ...
Slate tiled floor, wooden seating with shoe rack under. Double glazed windows to either side, both with oak sills. Courtesy lighting, part exposed stonework, granite step and half single glazed door leading to ...
5.3m max x 4m max
Woodburning stove set on stone hearth with former cloam oven recess, granite lintel and stonework to chimney breast. Double glazed window to front with deep oak sill. Telephone point, radiator, staircase rising to the first floor, beamed ceiling. Site of electric meter and fuse box. Original 16th century oak arched doorway to kitchen/breakfast room, further door to the sitting room. A half double glazed wooden door in the corner next to the fireplace also opens out to the side of the house where planning permission has been obtained for a garden room.
4.62m max x 4m max
Feature woodburning stove set on granite hearth with granite uprights to either side of chimney, exposed stonework and wooden lintel over. Former cloam oven recess, double glazed window to front with deep oak sill, radiator, beamed ceiling.
4.52m x 3.78m (14'10" x 12'5")
Fitted with a range of handmade solid wooden units comprising base and drawer units, granite working surface, tiled splashbacks, one and a half bowl sink unit with mixer tap and granite drainer. Space for under counter fridge, space for cooker with gas cooker point, pantry style cupboard with shelving and built-in racking to door with further cupboards under. Slate tiled floor, beamed ceiling, double glazed granite mullioned window overlooking the garden with deep sill. Woodburning stove set on stone hearth with granite hearth and surround, timber mantel over the fire having a saddle boiler providing additional heating for hot water. Understairs storage cupboard, multi paned door to the utility room. Wall mounted extractor.
4.37m max x 1.88m plus 1.75m x 1.22m
T shaped room with slate tiled floor, space for white appliances, space and plumbing for dishwasher and washing machine, one and a half bowl single drainer sink unit with mixer tap and tiled splashbacks, wooden working surface. Wall mounted cupboards, glazed roof light, half double glazed timber door giving access to the side, double glazed window to side with oak sill. Door to ...
Corner shower cubicle with pre-formed tray and shower over, corner wash hand basin, low level WC, tiled floor, part tiled walls, wall mounted extractor, wall mounted heated towel rail, glazed roof light.
First Floor Landing
Double glazed window to side with deep sill, hatch to loft space, storage cupboard. Doors to first floor rooms.
2.7m max x 2.51m max
Measurement to include airing cupboard housing factory lagged hot water cylinder. Kidney shaped bath with mixer tap and separate shower over, wash hand basin with built-in cupboards under and mixer tap, deep display shelf and incorporating WC. Tiled floor, part tiled walls, radiator incorporating towel rail. Obscure double glazed windows to side and rear, both with tiled sills. Wall mounted extractor.
3.80m x 2.36m (12'6" x 7'9")
Double glazed granite mullioned window overlooking the garden with far reaching views towards Rilla Mill and deep sill. Radiator, stripped wooden flooring.
4.20m x 3.86m (13'9" x 12'8")
Maximum measurements to either side of chimney breast. Double glazed window to front with deep sill, radiator, stripped wooden flooring.
3.23m x 2.34m (10'7" x 7'8")
Double glazed window to front with deep sill, radiator, stripped wooden flooring.
4.04m x 3.56m (13'3" x 11'8")
Maximum measurements to either side of chimney breast. Double aspect room with double glazed windows to front and side, both with deep sills. Stripped wooden flooring, radiator.
A five bar gate with granite pillars gives access to the private driveway to the property, providing ample parking for numerous vehicles. A cobbled path gives access to the front entrance with lawned areas to either side and flower and shrub beds to front. A pathway leads around to the side of the property where there is a courtyard style area, ideal for cafe table and chairs with access to wine cellar and the utility room. The wine cellar is six feet square embedded in the sub soil of the raised garden behind. To the other side of the property there is access to the detached car port and a detached stone barn with formal lawned beyond being the most ideal vantage point to take in the views. Up behind the property is a fruit and vegetable planting area with polytunnel together with an adjoining orchard, split into two areas.
Detached Stone Barn
2.97m x 2.92m (9'9" x 9'7")
Concrete floor, window to side, wooden door to front.
3 Bay Stone & Green Oak Outbuilding
9.14m x 5.05m (30' x 16'7")
A three bay stone and green oak outbuilding housing a double carport with workshop/shed on the ground floor and a workshop/loft room above. The whole has random stone walls, a green oak frame and slate roof. Two bays of the ground floor are devoted to the carport and the third is enclosed with a 3'6" wide door to form a workshop/shed. The workshop/loft room above is accessed up wooden steps to the rear of the building built into the eaves. Entered through a central dormer passage it has a dormer window opposite and windows at each end. A 5' wide corridor at a height of at least 6' stretches the full 30' length of the building with much additional usable bench spaced under the eaves.
Agents Note 1
There are two further parcels of land available subject to separate negotiation which include a pasture paddock and woodland extending in total to 5.4 acres (2.9 acres of which is the woodland) together with a further separate pasture paddock extending to 0.6 acres.
Agents Note 2
The property enjoys a full 4k array of PV panels earning around £1500 feed in tariff per year as well as a liquid based hot water panel on the roof. Please ask us for more information.
From Callington proceed north in the direction of Launceston and after about 1.5 miles, take the left hand fork signposted for Bodmin & Bray Shop. Continue passing through the village of Bray Shop and after another mile, take the left hand turning signposted to Rilla Mill. On reaching the village, proceed down the hill passing the pub on the left and over the bridge and up the hill. Take the next right signposted to Netherton where the property can be found a short distance along on the right.