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Callington, PL17
Offers Over, £580,000 For Sale (Freehold)

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A renovated farmhouse on 2.45 acres (approx) with extensive outbuildings is an ideal opportunity for small holding interest and equestrian enthusiasts. Conveniently located for town access and road networks, the property, recently refurbished, offers significant planning potential, making it a must-see for those interested in livestock and equestrian pursuits. Additional land is negotiable.


Set on over 2.45 acres (approx) of lush pasture, this detached farmhouse beckons with versatile outbuildings for potential development. Free from an onward chain, it invites exploration of its unique charm, easy accessibility and great potential.

Recently refurbished, it features modern amenities like replacement windows, doors, a new roof, rewiring, and central heating. The Wren fitted kitchen, utility area, and ground floor shower room showcase contemporary touches. The main level offers a lounge and a separate dining room for adaptable living spaces. Upstairs, three spacious double bedrooms and a luxuriously appointed four-piece bathroom await. The entire home is warmed by oil-fired central heating and benefits from double glazing.

Surrounded by captivating rural vistas, this property with it's acreage is ideal for equine or livestock enthusiasts.

A notable asset is the range of outbuildings with potential for various purposes. Equipped with power and lighting, these structures offer possibilities for leisure, business expansion, or additional accommodation.

In essence, this property seamlessly combines country charm with modern amenities, making it a versatile prospect for buyers seeking comfort and development potential.

Taylor Shop proudly features a distinctive array of outbuildings that vividly showcase its rich agricultural history and an ideal choice for individuals looking for equine opportunity or to carry on the tradition of livestock grazing on a reduced scale with the available 2.45 (approx.) acres paddock. The residence is surrounded by well-maintained gardens on the side, ensuring both privacy and picturesque views of the surrounding grounds. Ample off-road parking is facilitated via a driveway from the front elevation.

Positioned to the side and rear of the property, the outbuildings encompass a diverse range of framework. Among them two-story buildings in form of a garage, old dairy and wood store. Attached to the property are a collection of single storey units which are of a generous size including a two-room structure with annexe potential and a further garage with adjoining calf shed. Other facilities include a tractor shed and a spacious commercial workshop with a pit. Most of these buildings are equipped with power and lighting. The potential for conversion is substantial, offering opportunities for various purposes such as leisure, business/enterprise, or additional residential and ancillary accommodations. The property's prominent location enhances its appeal for those exploring home and income prospects.

The land is situated at the rear of the house, benefiting from a south-facing orientation . The gently sloping, fertile pasture is well-suited for grazing both stock and horses. Kindly consult the supplied aerial photograph for an external understanding of the available property.


Taylor Shop is strategically positioned near the charming village of Bray Shop, nestled in the heart of the picturesque North Cornish countryside. The surrounding area boasts an extensive network of enchanting woodland walks and scenic routes within the neighboring valleys. South Hill Parish, to which it belongs, stands out as one of the smallest in Cornwall. Approximately three miles away lies the village of Coads Green, featuring essential amenities such as a County Primary School, Methodist Chapel, and Village Hall.

In close proximity, the villages of Stoke Climsland, Treburley, and Trekenner offer a range of well-served facilities. Stoke Climsland is notable for its County Primary School, Village Shop/Sub Post Office, Parish Church, and Social Club.

The village is renowned for Duchy College, situated on its campus, which provides excellent equestrian and sporting facilities, along with a variety of adult education evening courses. Treburley, another nearby village, boasts a reputable country Pub/Restaurant.

For broader amenities, the ancient former market towns of Launceston (9.3 miles) and Callington (3.5 miles) come into play. These towns feature a diverse array of shopping, commercial, educational, and recreational offerings. Launceston, situated adjacent to the A30 trunk road, provides easy access to Truro and West Cornwall in one direction, and Exeter and beyond in the opposite direction. Launceston is home to a Marks and Spencer Food store and a local golf club. The city of Plymouth, with its comprehensive facilities, is a mere 18 miles away, while the city of Exeter is within a 49-mile radius. Both cities boast excellent transport links connecting the region to the rest of the country.

For those traveling by air, regional airports are conveniently located at Exeter (56.4 miles) and Newquay (38.5 miles). Notably, the St Mellion International Golf Resort, less than 7 miles away, adds to the diverse recreational offerings along the route to Plymouth. Taylor Shop's location provides a perfect balance of rural tranquility and accessibility to a wide range of amenities and transport links in the vibrant Cornwall region.


Tenure - Freehold

Satnav Ref - PL17 8PX

Council Tax Band - D

Vendors position - No onward chain

Agents note - Subject to separate negotiation, there are two paddocks available, measuring 3.5 acres (approx) and 4.7 acres (approx) respectively. Additionally, there is a potential opportunity to acquire exclusive ownership of the current shared driveway.

Agents Note: “We would recommend reviewing the Key Facts for Buyers link before viewing or purchasing this property which can be found at the end of this property listing or on our website”


Proceed from Callington town centre eastward on Fore St in the direction of Market Square for 112 feet. Then, make a left turn onto Church St, covering a distance of 0.1 miles. Subsequently, take a left turn onto Launceston Rd/A388 and continue following the A388 for 2.2 miles. Afterward, make a slight left onto B3257, traveling 0.9 miles. Finally, execute a left turn, and your destination will be on the left.