4 Bedroom Detached House for sale in Trewidland, Liskeard, Cornwal

4 Bedroom Detached House - £550,000

Trewidland, Liskeard, Cornwal

First listed on: 04th March 2020

Nearest stations: Causeland (0.8 mi)St Keyne Wishing Well Halt (0.8 mi)Sandplace (1.9 mi)Coombe Junction Halt (2.2 mi)Menheniot (2.3 mi)

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Tenure: Freehold

This former Chapel has been beautifully and sympathetically refurbished to an exacting standard and is presented to the market in impeccable order throughout.

• An exceptionally well executed Chapel conversion believed to date back to 1835
• Located in a quiet rural position roughly equal distance of 4 miles from the popular sea side town of Looe and market town of Liskeard
• Detached annexe which is currently a successful holiday let
• The current owners have extended the property to create a fantastic garden room to the rear of the property
• The property is of generous proportions with the open plan living accommodation an exceptional example of modern living
• Bedrooms are located on the ground floor with three double bedrooms and a fourth single room which is currently used as an office
• Master bedroom with en-suite shower room facilities
• Ground floor family bathroom servicing three bedrooms
• Garage and further parking for approx. 3 cars
• Beautiful south westerly rear garden with stunning rural views
• Rear paved patio area off the garden room which is ideal for Alfresco dining


Description The property provides unusually generous and versatile living accommodation with many of the original features being preserved. The property is in the quiet rural hamlet of Trewidland which is ideally placed for easy access to the lovely seaside village of Looe and equal distance to the market town of Liskeard of which both are approximately 4 miles away. The property is also perfectly located for access into Plymouth which is approximately 20 miles away or half an hour travel time. This Chapel has been done extremely well and has an abundance of character features while blending seamlessly the essence of a former chapel with modern convenient living.

. 1 The property has reverse level accommodation in order to maximise the splendid views of the rural scenery on offer from the open plan living room. The ground floor consists of three good size double bedrooms with the master bedroom having en-suite shower room facilities. Bedroom two and three both have built in wardrobes and are serviced by the well appointed family bathroom. The fourth bedroom is the smallest room which is currently being utilised as an office. There is a handy utility room off the entrance hallway which houses the boiler. Current vendors have extended the property by putting a marvellous garden room at the rear which has bi-folding doors out onto a paved patio area. This room is perfect for entertaining or relaxing and really has the feeling of bringing the outside in and provides respite from the sun when having BBQ's on the patio as this part of the property is a real sun trap.

. 2 Stairs rising to the first floor lead us to a fabulous room with a double height vaulted ceiling with the original character beams. The first part of the room has a well equipped kitchen with a mix of wall and floor mounted units and featured curved granite worktop and breakfast bar. This sizeable room is awash with light from windows on all four sides and is easily heated by a high-quality wood burning stove in the corner of the room. A door at the gable end of the property leads out onto a tremendous decking area above the garden room which is the perfect place to sit and enjoy a glass of wine or evening meal in summer while taking in the peaceful surroundings and the far-reaching countryside views.

. 3 The vendors have converted the former garage now providing a single garage and studio/annex which is finished to a high standard throughout. The ground floor has the kitchen/dining room, shower room and stairs lead up to a large bedroom and sitting room covering the footprint of the building. Currently this is being successfully holiday let although equally works well as overflow accommodation to the main house. Surrounding the house are delightful gardens with a mixture of mature trees and shrubs and mostly laid to lawn. There is parking on the driveway for approximately three cars, in addition to the single garage. In all this is a delightful property finished to a high standard in a quiet position yet in a highly convenient location.

Location The property is situated in a stunning position between the picturesque fishing town of Looe and the historic market town of Liskeard in the Cornish hamlet of Trewidland. The village has a primary school and is about 4 miles south of the market town of Liskeard, with its wide variety of shops, places of worship, doctors, dentists and veterinary surgery and educational facilities up to A-level standard. There is a mainline railway station with regular services to Plymouth, Exeter and London (Paddington). The South Cornish coast is approx. 4 miles to the south where one can enjoy the picturesque setting of Looe fishing harbour which is noted for its fishing fleet and national shark fishing championships.

. 4 Other coastal beauty spots such as Seaton to the east and Polperro to the west are all within easy access. The city port of Plymouth on the eastern side of the estuary of the River Tamar is 20 miles distance and here there are excellent communication points with the A38 Devon Way leading to the cathedral city of Exeter and the M5 motorway network, mainline railway station, airport and cross channel port with regular services to Northern France and Spain. There are excellent shopping facilities including the new Drake's Circus shopping centre.

Services The following services are available: Mains electricity, mains water supply, mains drainage, oil fired central heating and telephone connection although we have not verified this. High speed fibre broadband to the house. Council tax band ' E'.

Distances Looe - 4 miles Liskeard - 4 miles Plymouth - 20 miles Exeter M5 - 60 miles (All distances are approx.)

This former Chapel has been beautifully and sympathetically refurbished to an exacting standard and is presented to the market in impeccable order throughout.

• An exceptionally well executed Chapel conversion believed to date back to 1835
• Located in a quiet rural position roughly equal distance of 4 miles from the popular sea side town of Looe and market town of Liskeard
• Detached annexe which is currently a successful holiday let
• The current owners have extended the property to create a fantastic garden room to the rear of the property
• The property is of generous proportions with the open plan living accommodation an exceptional example of modern living
• Bedrooms are located on the ground floor with three double bedrooms and a fourth single room which is currently used as an office
• Master bedroom with en-suite shower room facilities
• Ground floor family bathroom servicing three bedrooms
• Garage and further parking for approx. 3 cars
• Beautiful south westerly rear garden with stunning rural views
• Rear paved patio area off the garden room which is ideal for Alfresco dining


Description The property provides unusually generous and versatile living accommodation with many of the original features being preserved. The property is in the quiet rural hamlet of Trewidland which is ideally placed for easy access to the lovely seaside village of Looe and equal distance to the market town of Liskeard of which both are approximately 4 miles away. The property is also perfectly located for access into Plymouth which is approximately 20 miles away or half an hour travel time. This Chapel has been done extremely well and has an abundance of character features while blending seamlessly the essence of a former chapel with modern convenient living.

. 1 The property has reverse level accommodation in order to maximise the splendid views of the rural scenery on offer from the open plan living room. The ground floor consists of three good size double bedrooms with the master bedroom having en-suite shower room facilities. Bedroom two and three both have built in wardrobes and are serviced by the well appointed family bathroom. The fourth bedroom is the smallest room which is currently being utilised as an office. There is a handy utility room off the entrance hallway which houses the boiler. Current vendors have extended the property by putting a marvellous garden room at the rear which has bi-folding doors out onto a paved patio area. This room is perfect for entertaining or relaxing and really has the feeling of bringing the outside in and provides respite from the sun when having BBQ's on the patio as this part of the property is a real sun trap.

. 2 Stairs rising to the first floor lead us to a fabulous room with a double height vaulted ceiling with the original character beams. The first part of the room has a well equipped kitchen with a mix of wall and floor mounted units and featured curved granite worktop and breakfast bar. This sizeable room is awash with light from windows on all four sides and is easily heated by a high-quality wood burning stove in the corner of the room. A door at the gable end of the property leads out onto a tremendous decking area above the garden room which is the perfect place to sit and enjoy a glass of wine or evening meal in summer while taking in the peaceful surroundings and the far-reaching countryside views.

. 3 The vendors have converted the former garage now providing a single garage and studio/annex which is finished to a high standard throughout. The ground floor has the kitchen/dining room, shower room and stairs lead up to a large bedroom and sitting room covering the footprint of the building. Currently this is being successfully holiday let although equally works well as overflow accommodation to the main house. Surrounding the house are delightful gardens with a mixture of mature trees and shrubs and mostly laid to lawn. There is parking on the driveway for approximately three cars, in addition to the single garage. In all this is a delightful property finished to a high standard in a quiet position yet in a highly convenient location.

Location The property is situated in a stunning position between the picturesque fishing town of Looe and the historic market town of Liskeard in the Cornish hamlet of Trewidland. The village has a primary school and is about 4 miles south of the market town of Liskeard, with its wide variety of shops, places of worship, doctors, dentists and veterinary surgery and educational facilities up to A-level standard. There is a mainline railway station with regular services to Plymouth, Exeter and London (Paddington). The South Cornish coast is approx. 4 miles to the south where one can enjoy the picturesque setting of Looe fishing harbour which is noted for its fishing fleet and national shark fishing championships.

. 4 Other coastal beauty spots such as Seaton to the east and Polperro to the west are all within easy access. The city port of Plymouth on the eastern side of the estuary of the River Tamar is 20 miles distance and here there are excellent communication points with the A38 Devon Way leading to the cathedral city of Exeter and the M5 motorway network, mainline railway station, airport and cross channel port with regular services to Northern France and Spain. There are excellent shopping facilities including the new Drake's Circus shopping centre.

Services The following services are available: Mains electricity, mains water supply, mains drainage, oil fired central heating and telephone connection although we have not verified this. High speed fibre broadband to the house. Council tax band ' E'.

Distances Looe - 4 miles Liskeard - 4 miles Plymouth - 20 miles Exeter M5 - 60 miles (All distances are approx.)

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Cornwall

TR1 2LS

Telephone: See phone number 01872 240999

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