- ABOUT 2424 SQ FT
- 24' SITTING ROOM
- 15' KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM
- 2 X CONSERVATORIES
- DINING ROOM & STUDY
- 5 BEDROOMS (1 ENSUITE)
- BARN WITH LAPSED PP
- GARAGES & OUTBUILDINGS
- ESTABLISHED GARDENS
- ORCHARD & PADDOCK
Full DescriptionTHE GOOD LIFE - Privately situated within established gardens, a detached farmhouse offering spacious and versatile accommodation with range of outbuildings and paddock presenting opportunities for smallholding and equestrian use. About 2424 sq ft, 24' Sitting Room, Dining Room, 15' Kitchen/Breakfast Room with AGA, Study, 2 Conservatories, 5 Bedrooms (1 Ensuite), Family Bathroom, Barn with Lapsed Planning Permission, 2 Garages, Workshop, Stores and Greenhouse, Well Stocked Garden and Orchard, Paddock, About 1.4 Acres.
SEATON BEACH 5 MILES, SALTASH 6 MILES, PLYMOUTH 12 MILES, EXETER 55 MILES, ST GERMANS STATION 3 MILE THE GOOD LIFE - Privately situated within established gardens, a detached farmhouse offering spacious and versatile accommodation with range of outbuildings and paddock presenting opportunities for smallholding and equestrian use. About 2424 sq ft, 24' Sitting Room, Dining Room, 15' Kitchen/Breakfast Room with AGA, Study, 2 Conservatories, 5 Bedrooms (1 Ensuite), Family Bathroom, Barn with Lapsed Planning Permission, 2 Garages, Workshop, Stores and Greenhouse, Well Stocked Garden and Orchard, Paddock, About 1.5 Acres.
LOCATION Treverne lies in a truly rural setting yet enjoys relatively straight forward access to the A38 at Trerulefoot roundabout, with a Shell Little Waitrose Filling Station catering for day to day needs.
The nearby village of Tideford lies in the rolling countryside on the north side of the historic Port Eliot Estate, about six miles west of Saltash and the Tamar Bridge. Tideford has a renowned traditional butchers, Montessori nursery school, public house of excellent repute, restaurant, children's playground and community centre. The village of Menheniot has a primary school and various amenities including general store and sports field. The A38 provides excellent access to Plymouth and all parts of the region. There is a regular bus service passes by the house Tideford to Plymouth and neighbouring towns. The villages of St Germans and Landrake, about three miles away, have primary schools, while St Germans also includes a sailing club on the River Lynher and main line railway station with commuter service to Plymouth and beyond (Plymouth to London Paddington 3 hours).
The town of Saltash has a Waitrose store on its northern outskirts, St Mellion International Golf Resort, the South Cornish coast of Whitsand Bay and the wide expanse of Bodmin Moor are all within a short drive.
DESCRIPTION Treverne comprises a detached farmhouse with a south aspect and fine views over open countryside as far as the foothills of Bodmin Moor and Dartmoor from the first floor. The property offers spacious and versatile accommodation with potential to create annexe or independent accommodation by converting the outbuilding. The property requires some improvement and has the benefit of full double glazing, electric heating together with solid fuel heating and a solar thermal system (which may need repair).
The accommodation extends to about 2424 sq ft and briefly comprises - GROUND FLOOR - Porch - 24' Dual Aspect Sitting Room with Villager wood burner having a back boiler serving four radiators - 15' Kitchen/Breakfast Room with electric AGA, Larder and WC off - Dining Room - 2 Conservatories - Study - FIRST FLOOR - Master Bedroom having a triple aspect and Ensuite Shower/Wc - 4 Further Bedrooms - Family Bathroom - Large Attic.
OUTBUILDINGS Within the yard there are various outbuildings comprise - Old Shippen (Barn with lapsed pp) 21' x 14' - Log/Hay Store 13' x 12' - Garage 19' x 10' - Greenhouse 30' x 10' - Old Piggery 14' x 7' - there is also an old well within the yard.
OUTSIDE The property has two driveways providing ample level parking - one leads to the yard, outbuildings and paddock the other leads to the integral garage with electric door, plumbing for washing machine and access to the fuel/logstore and workshop (see floorplan).
The established gardens are a particular feature of the property having been carefully developed by our client over about 44 years. With lawned areas interspersed with mature trees and shrubs including some specimen shrubs together with magnolias, acers, rhodedendron, azaleas, 20+ camelias and copper beech. In addition there are many apple trees including cider, cooking and eating apples together with crab apple, plum and pear trees. Productive kitchen garden.
The level paddock lies beyond the garden and the whole property extends to about 1.5 acres.
PLANNING PERMISSION Planning permission was granted on the 7th April 2014 for the conversion and extension of redundant barn to form a single dwellinghouse. The application number is PA13/11313 and copies of the planning documents are available by email from Scott Parry Associates or by visiting the Cornwall Council Online Planning Portal. Our client did begin the demolition of one of the outbuildings.
EPC RATING - E
DIRECTIONS Using Sat Nav - Postcode PL12 5DA