Looe, Cornwall

  • Offers In Excess £840,000
Looe, Cornwall

Overview

Property ID: hz-11234
  • House - Detached
  • Property Type
  • 5
  • Bedrooms
  • 2
  • Bathrooms

Description

SOLD – Scott Parry Associates are pleased to report another successful sale – THE GLORIOUS CORNISH RIVIERA – Only 2 miles from Seaton Beach, a handsome detached farmhouse privately situated within about 1.6 acres of land and gardens.

SOLD – Scott Parry Associates are pleased to report another successful sale – THE GLORIOUS CORNISH RIVIERA – Only 2 miles from Seaton Beach, a handsome detached farmhouse offering the perfect blend of character and contemporary features and privately situated within about 1.6 acres of land and gardens. About 2912 sq ft, 20′ Sitting Room, Dining Room, 17′ Kitchen/Breakfast Room with AGA, 27′ Family/Garden Room, Study/Gym, Laundry, 4 Double Bedrooms (1 Ensuite), Family Bathroom, Summerhouse/Studio, Various Outbuildings, Electric Gated Drive, Ample Parking, Garage, Beautiful Established Gardens and Paddock Areas.

SEATON BEACH 2 MILES, MILLENDREATH 1 MILE, LOOE 3 MILES, FOWEY 15 MILES, PLYMOUTH 20 MILES

LOCATION
Bucklawren House is situated in an enviable location, tucked away on a quiet rural road with little passing traffic yet highly accessible. The historic and immensely pretty seaside town of Looe lies 3 miles to the west This location will suit those seeking to pursue the rural and seaside lifestyle yet still enjoying straightforward access to the cities of Plymouth, Truro and Exeter.

Nearby Seaton Beach with RNLI Lifeguard during the season, provides a superb environment for bathing, kayaking and snorkelling, in addition, Looe’s main beach, the banjo pier and bustling harbourside are picturesque. The historic town of Looe has a working harbour, boasts a thriving tourist industry and is also popular with boating enthusiasts. The town provides a wide range of shopping and community facilities, together with award winning restaurants. On the edge of the town is a branch line railway station which links with the main line at Liskeard.

Parts of the neighbouring coastline are in the ownership of the National Trust and the South West Coast Path provides awe inspiring views over the sheltered coastal waters of Whitsand Bay and Looe Bay.

The nearby town of Saltash has a Waitrose store on its northern outskirts and a long tidal waterfront to the River Tamar presenting opportunities for deep water mooring. St Germans also has a yacht club and mainline railway station (Plymouth to London Paddington 3 hours). The City of Plymouth lies within commuting distance and boasts an extensive and historic waterfront.

DESCRIPTION
Bucklawren House comprises a detached former farmhouse which has been in our clients ownership for 15 years. The property has been carefully improved and extended over the years and offers spacious accommodation with superb family and entertaining space. Whilst retaining the warmth and character of the original house the various contemporary features provide a comfortable living environment and the property benefits from full double glazing together with oil fired central heating.

The accommodation extends to about 2912 sq ft over three floors and briefly comprises as follows – GROUND FLOOR – Entrance Lobby – Reception Hall – Dining Room with wood burner – 20′ Dual Aspect Sitting Room with wood burner and exposed beams/stonework – 17′ Kitchen/Breakfast Room with Stanley Range cooker – Anteroom – 27′ Family Room/Garden Room with wood burner and French doors to the patio – Laundry Room with WC off – Study/Gym – FIRST FLOOR – 16′ Master Bedroom with Ensuite Shower Room/WC – Further Double Bedroom – Family Bath/Shower Room – SECOND FLOOR – 2 Double Bedrooms (Total 4 Bedrooms).

OUTSIDE
An electrically operated gate opens onto the private and level drive providing ample parking with space for caravan, motorhome or boat etc. This in turn leads to the integral garage.

The property is privately positioned within about 1.6 acres of gardens and paddock. The gardens are well established with sweeping lawns interspersed with various colourful shrub and flower beds and mature trees providing a sheltered and enchanting outdoor environment. There is a productive kitchen garden and the small paddock areas present opportunities for those with smallholding interests.

A superb summerhouse/studio with extensive wraparound decking and pond feature form the centrepiece of the garden and provides opportunities as work from home, entertaining or perhaps overflow guest accommodation space. Other outbuildings include workshops, tractor shed, chicken coop, log store and other sheds as demonstrated on second floorplan.

EPC RATING – D, COUNCIL TAX BAND – E

DIRECTIONS
Sat Nav will NOT take you to the property using the postcode. At the time of booking your appointment to view please ask one of our colleagues to text you a dropped pin which will take you directly to Bucklawren House.

PLANNING HISTORY
Planning permission was granted in November 2005 for the construction of self contained annexe within the grounds. Application number was 05/00856/FUL and the documents can be accessed by visiting the Cornwall Council Online Planning Portal. Our client informs us that work commenced and checking with Building Control they have recorded that work commenced on Fri 09 Jan 2009 under application reference E2/08/05820/DOMFP.

Property Documents

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  • Address St. Martin, Looe, Cornwall
  • City Looe
  • State/county Cornwall
  • Zip/Postal Code PL13 1NZ
  • Area St. Martin

Details

Updated on June 14, 2024 at 3:46 am
  • Property ID: hz-11234
  • Price: Offers In Excess £840,000
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Property Type: House - Detached
  • Property Status: Sold

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