Charming Lodge with super views from the garden
IN THE OWNER'S WORDS
"Due to my career in luxury holiday rentals I immediately saw the abundance of potential offered by this completely unique gem and impulsively made an offer whilst I lived overseas. After returning to England to spending time in the peaceful Tremore valley, strolling the Saints Way and having a very positive pre app with the local council I was charged with motivation to restore this rare and characterful property into a lucrative business venture and one day forever home. Sadly due to unforeseen family circumstances I wont be able to do this immediately so I have made the difficult decision to find it a new owner with time and dedication to breathe new life into this very special space. "
This charming home is positioned on a quiet lane and it's hard not to admire it as you pass. The arched windows and front door are very distinctive and add enormous personality and charm to this unique home.
We would anticipate that buyers might consider extending or renovating the property, however in its current guise it is a home with two reception rooms, a central kitchen, large family bathroom and a good sized double bedroom which has good views from its dormer window.
There is a large adjoining outbuilding as well as another stone building in the garden. Subject to the appropriate planning permissions the home would benefit from being extended to create a larger property more fitting for its grounds.
Entering the house from the side door you find a compact but well equipped kitchen with room for a table and chairs as well as space for a free standing fridge/freezer and oven. There are some built in cabinets as well as a larder and storage cupboard. A door leads to the front of the house to the original reception room. The predominant feature is the aforementioned arched windows and doorway and there is also a wood burner inset in the fireplace.
From the other side of the kitchen a sliding door opens to the second reception room. This has a window which overlooks the rear garden. There is an adjoining family bathroom. Upstairs there is a double bedroom with good ceiling heights and a dormer with a window to the rear.
The gardens of the house are close to 1/3 of an acre and are bounded by well-established plants and shrubs. The immediate rear garden is private and has a number of mature trees on its southern boundary. The current owners have also extended the garden into the neighbouring ground which has superb views over the adjoining rural grounds and distant views across central Cornwall.
This is a very charming home in attractive grounds set conveniently in a rural yet easily accessible part of the County. We anticipate good levels of interest from buyers looking for a characterful home or a property which could potentially be extended. We encourage viewing at your earliest convenience.
The small rural hamlet of Tremore nestles between the villages of Withiel and Lanivet each of which are approximately two miles away.
The property sits at the entrance drive to Tremore Manor, now a house and Christian retreat, which is on the outskirts of the village of Lanivet, approx 2 miles from the A30. Lanivet is geographically almost central to the whole of Cornwall, and therefore superbly placed for reaching all that the county has to offer. The village of Lanivet has excellent local facilities including a primary school, shop, pub, post office, hairdresser and churches. The "Saint's way" (a 27-mile historic walk from Padstow to Fowey) runs past the property and through the village.
Bodmin, with college, sports centre, doctors' surgery, dentists, banks, supermarkets, community hospital etc, is just 4 miles away whilst the cathedral city of Truro is a drive of approximately 20 minutes. Bodmin Parkway Railway Station is about a 10 minute drive from the property.
Cornwall is well known for its warm climate, lovely beaches, sailing, surfing, coastal walks, moors, quaint fishing villages, numerous National Trust and Heritage houses and gardens, attraction to artists, and more recently, fine dining in nearby restaurants such as Jamie Oliver's 15 at Watergate Bay and Rick Stein's seafood establishments in Padstow. The Eden Project and Lanhydrock (National Trust) house, gardens and golf course are ten and three miles distant respectively.
Water Sports sailing, skiing etc on the Camel Estuary and at Rock on the North Cornish coast. The renowned sailing centres of Mylor, St Mawes and the River Fowey are a short distance to the south. Surfing beach at Polzeath, bathing beaches at Daymer Bay and Rock. Golf at Looe, St Enodoc, Lanhydrock, Perranporth and St Mellion. Fishing available at numerous locations along the north and south coast including the Camel Estuary and Colliford Lake. Walking along the coastal footpath, the Camel Trail beside the River Camel and over Bodmin Moor.
Road- A30, providing good access to M5 at Exeter approximately 60 minutes away. Rail - Bodmin Parkway, approximately 10 minutes drive away, offering regular inter-city service to Paddington. Air - Newquay airport, approximately 20 mins drive. Exeter airport, approx 1hr, 15.