Set in a quiet unspoiled rural idyll, Skylark Cottage is a well presented property that successfully blends both character and charm.
Formerly consisting of two bedrooms, the current owners have modified the internal space to create a generous sized one bedroom home. Amid potential to create a permanent second bedroom subject to consents, the well presented accommodation leads with an open entrance hallway currently used as an overflow bedroom. A light and airy lounge and a fitted kitchen sympathetic to its personality total the ground floor. The first floor comprises of both a spacious master bedroom and bathroom.
Further benefits include Oil fired central heating, attractive character features that include beam ceilings and a feature fire place that houses a wood burner.
The pleasant rear aspect ‘al fresco friendly’ courtyard to Skylark Cottage makes it a suitable lock up and leave bolt hold or for those who favour a low maintenance garden.
Bordered by wall and fence the paved courtyard is a perfect spot to enjoy the peace and tranquility of the area. Access from the front elevation is obtained via a wooden pedestrian gate and pathway running along the side elevation of the property.
A blank canvas the garden is open for those who wish to stamp their own mark and could lend itself for various potted trees and plants.
Killigorrick is a rural hamlet near St Keyne, a pretty rural Cornish village known for its famous well or sacred spring, which dates back to the sixth century. Within the village is the Parish Church, and railway station providing national rail links. The fishing port of Looe is only 6 miles away with sandy beaches and delightful coastal walks.
Duloe village is 2 miles away with a lovely country pub with restaurant. The market town of Liskeard is also within 4 miles providing town centre facilities along with a retail park, supermarkets, leisure centre, community hospital and both primary and secondary schools. Also the A38 dual carriageway is easily accessible with direct access to Plymouth, Devon and westbound further into Cornwall.
Garden Aspect – South
Tenure - Freehold
Listed - Grade II
Services – Mains Electric – Private Heating (Oil), Drainage, Borehole (Metered)
Council Tax Band – TBC
Sat Nav Reference – PL14 4QP
From Twelvewoods roundabout on the A38, enter Dobwalls village. Pass The Highwayman Pub and at the mini roundabouts turn right. Continue for approximately 2.5 miles towards Duloe, and take the right turn signposted Killigorrick. Stay on this road and after a short distance turn right left after the Farmhouse. The properties can then be seen on the right.