Offering internal floor space at over 1550 sq ft (approx.), this attractive character home offers rural living within an accessible location.
Extended by the current owners to include a master room, a separate WC and utility room, this converted barn has potential to accommodate cross generational living or short-term holiday let subject to modifications, permissions, and consents.
The internal layout further comprises of a fitted kitchen and a 31’ lounge diner, encompassing a wood burner and a first floor comprising three double bedrooms and a family shower room.
Benefitting from electric heating, double glazing, private water and drainage this property with the installment and investment of solar panels (PV) presents a viable 'off grid' opportunity.
The versatile accommodation presents a great opportunity for new owners to personalise and potentially to extend subject to relevant permissions and consents. Parking for Menna House is provided to the front and rear of the plot.
The property is situated on a shared courtyard which also serves two neighbouring properties.
Accessed from the courtyard via a timber five bar gate, the principal garden to the side and rear is a generous sized privately enclosed level plot.
A great space to entertain the area accommodates a covered bar and an attractive circular patio with electrical points and a pizza oven.
Chiefly laid to lawn and bordered by conifer trees and hedgerow, there is a raised decked area overlooking the adjacent 1.8-acre pasture paddock and offering far reaching rural views. An array of various plants, shrubs and trees further enhance a pleasant and inviting environment.
A driveway running throughout the plot provides ample private parking and access to the bottom of the plot, garden sheds and a useful two storey timber outbuilding that offers great storage and an upstairs versatile room currently utilised as home gymnasium.
The paddock bordered by hedgerow and treeline it’s accessed via a five-bar gate. Picturesque, this pastureland offers space for various interests including equine and livestock use.
Set in easy access of the A38 and in proximity to the popular village of Dobwalls which hosts useful amenities including a thriving village store, popular primary school and the well regarded Highwayman pub which is known for serving good home cooked food.
Approximately 3 miles is a thriving market town located only 7 miles from the South Coast of Cornwall with its sandy beaches and within easy striking distance of Bodmin Moor. Providing everyday town centre facilities on the doorstep,
Liskeard also benefits from having a retail park, food supermarkets, leisure centre with swimming pool, squash and tennis courts, a community hospital and both primary and secondary schools. A mainline railway station in walking distance of the town centre has branch lines to Plymouth and the nearby famous fishing port of Looe. Also, the A38 dual carriageway is easily accessible with direct access into Devon and westbound further into Cornwall.
Services – Mains electricity, private water and drainage
Tenure - Freehold
Vendors position – No onward chain
SatNav Reference – PL14 6SP
Garden Aspect - South/South West
Council Tax - Band E
Agents Note - Occupiers of Menna House have legal pedestrian and vehicular right of access across the private courtyard to enter the property.
Leaving Liskeard heading west bound on the A38, take the first turning left signposted for Dobwalls. On reaching the junction, turn left heading away from the village and take the next left turning leading to the A38 flyover and the immediate left after the crossing.
Proceed through the countrywide, bare right signposted for Glendale Kennels and continue for a short distance. Upon reaching the single track as the access road bends to the right, take the track and continue where Menna House can be found at the end of the route.