SOLD (STC) BEFORE COMING TO THE MARKET! Comprising many character features, this great opportunity is a real rural gem.
Encompassing charm in an alluring open rustic moorland location, buyers wanting a pretty cottage in a scenic village, this property is a perfect little home, bolthole or holiday let.
Lovers of the outdoors from walkers to cyclists will appreciate this setting which offer a lovely rural lifestyle whatever the time of year
The accommodation consists of an entrance hallway, lounge complete with granite fireplace housing a wood burner, fitted kitchen, utility area and ground floor shower room. The first floor lay out includes two double bedrooms.
Offering no onward chain, the property further benefits from solid fuel heating, uPVC double glazing, front and rear gardens and off-road parking.
The outside space will appeal to green fingered enthusiasts. The front garden is a compact area of low maintenance which serves to enhance the already curb appeal to the property.
The principal garden to the rear is fitting in its style to the cottage. Chiefly laid to lawn, the space is enclosed and presents space to the rear to re-instate an allotment which had been in situ to former owners.
It’s a good-sized plot which includes a useful block and timber outside store with plenty of scope to personalise if necessary and an off road parking bay accessed via a gated shared driveway
The moorland village of Minions provides breath taking rugged landscape right on the doorstep. Whether it’s a sunny day stroll, or a wrap winter wander there are views that for stretch miles peppered with historical landmarks steeped in local heritage. The area remains popular with tourist’s dog walkers, hikers, mountain bikers alike, there is plenty to explore.
The free rooming moorland sheep and ponies is a common and quaint image within a village that offers amenities including The Cheesewring Public House, two tea rooms and a convenience shop that will cater for day-to-day needs. Neighbouring villages provide further facilities with public houses, farm shops with cafes and well-regarded primary schools.
Nearby towns include Launceston, Callington, and Liskeard all of which provide most expected down facilities. Liskeard is just 2.3 miles away and hosts a leisure centre, community hospital and both primary and secondary schools. The excellent travel links are an attractive attribute for the town with direct access to Plymouth, Devon and Westbound further into Cornwall via the A38 Dual carriageway and a main line railway station.
Services – Solid fuel heating, mains electricity, water, and drainage
Vendors position – No onward chain
Garden Aspect – North West
Tenure – Freehold
EPC – E
SatNav Reference – PL14 5LW
Starting from Liskeard, proceed out of town on the St Cleer road. Stay on this road crossing the Moor and passing signs for Pensilva. Continue for a few more miles and you will reach the village of Upton Cross. At the crossroads turn left and stay on this road until you enter Minions. Carry on past The Cheesewring public house and the cottage is in the row on the right as you exit the village.