Tor View, Near St Dominick, PL12

3 bedrooms | Semi-detached house | Sold

Guide Price £465,000

Property type
Semi-Detached House
Reception rooms

Key features

Elegant Period Home

Porch, Entrance Hall and Cloakroom

Spacious Kitchen With Adjoining Dining Room

Separate Utility/Boot Room

Large Sitting Room With Bay Window

Edwardian Style Conservatory

Three Generously Sized Bedrooms

En-suite To Master Bedroom

Good sized Family Bathroom

Stunning Gardens and Panoramic Views over Surrounding Countryside

Property Description

An elegant double fronted Edwardian residence nestling in abundantly stocked cottage style gardens with stunning 360 degree countryside views over the Tamar Valley and towards Plymouth Sound National Marine Park. The property offers ample parking with direct access to a detached double garage/workshop and is situated in a idyllic semi rural location. Viewing Highly Recommended.  

Tor view is situated in the picturesque Tamar Valley on the borders of Devon and Cornwall a designated area of outstanding natural beauty and is set in an idyllic semi-rural location with far reaching views in all directions.  

The property is approached via a pretty cottage style lawned front garden with original stone wall with wrought iron railings and a gate with a central pathway leading to an enclosed entrance porch and hallway with a vaulted ceiling, stairs to the first floor landing and a handy downstairs cloakroom providing a place to store coats, shoes and everyday items.  

The ground floor accommodation is generously appointed with a lovely double sitting room with a large bay window which overlooks the front garden and a marble feature fireplace which offers a nice focal point. Double doors from this room lead to an Edwardian style conservatory with french doors to the rear garden and access to a practical storage/boot room, equipped with power and lighting and a shared courtyard.   

A place for all the family to enjoy is a fantastic triple aspect kitchen/dining room fitted with a range of floor and wall mounted units with ample worktop space and a matching breakfast bar, plus a dining seating area for table and chairs.

Off the kitchen is a utility room with space and plumbing for appliances, housing an oil-fired boiler system and a door to the rear garden and garage/workshop. 

The landing is accessed via an attractive split staircase with a skylight window that floods the room with plenty of natural light and provides access to a double aspect master bedroom with fitted wardrobe cupboards and an en-suite shower room.

The two remaining bedrooms are both a good size with countryside views and located next to a large family bathroom fitted with matching bathroom suite in white.

A particular feature of the property is the well-established level rear garden laid mainly to lawn with flowerbeds abundantly stocked with mature trees, plants and shrubs with an ornamental water feature, glass green house and a hidden composting storage area. 

Driveway to the front with wrought iron double gates providing secure off road parking for several cars, motorhome or a caravan leading to a detached double garage/workshop with up and over panel doors, fully equipped with power and lighting and a separate potting shed.  

The immediate area is well serviced with a local primary school, two churches and a village hall. There is a well stocked community shop open daily for all your daily grocery requirements of newspapers, milk, fresh bread and local meat. A post office visits two mornings a week. The village Parish Hall is well appointed and available for hire. From the property within 5 minutes walk, is the very popular Who’d Have Thought It pub and restaurant.  A bus service to Callington from the village that connects to the Plymouth City Bus that runs each hour. Waitrose Supermarkets in Saltash and Tesco in Callington. Gunnislake provides a post office, village store and a Co-op petrol station, along with a train station with a regular service into Plymouth City Centre. The National Trust owned Cotehele House and Quay which lay above the banks of the River Tamar are close by. The pretty Cornish riverside village of Calstock with its distinctive Victoria viaduct is only 10 minutes by car and the pretty market town of Tavistock and Dartmoor National Park are less than 9 miles, 25 Minutes drive away.     



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