Elburton  /  £399,950

4 Bedroom Thatched Detached Cottage

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4 Bedrooms
1 Bathroom
2 Reception rooms

Elburton

Ref: E.0699

  • *GRADE II LISTED DETACHED FORMER FARM HOUSE*
  • *GENEROUSLY PROPORTIONED CHARACTERFUL ACCOMMODATION STANDING ON A RELATIVELY LARGE LEVEL CORNER PLOT
  • *PORCH*HALL*SITTING ROOM*SPACIOUS LOUNGE/DINING ROOM*
  • *FITTED KITCHEN*LAUNDRY*STORE/WORKSHOP*
  • *FOUR DOUBLE BEDROOMS*BATHROOM/WC*
  • *PRIVATE PARKING*DELIGHTFUL COTTAGE GARDEN AND EXTENSIVE LEVEL BACK GARDEN*POTENTIAL BUILDING PLOT*

THE PROPERTY Minses Farm comprises a Grade II Listed detached former farm house of some considerable age and inherent character occupying an enclosed level rectangular shaped plot, flanking Station Road and with a return frontage onto Minses Close. This period built property is believed to have random stone solid wall construction and predominately roughcast rendered elevations mainly under a thatched roof. There are excellent parking facilities with space for various vehicles on the drive and in the additional court yard area, a delightful cottage style garden to the front and a large level plot to the side currently lawned with kitchen garden, but which clearly has potential for a building plot, subject to of course obtaining any necessary Listed Building and planning consents.

LOCATION Set in the highly popular and sought after residential area of Elburton where the village provides a good variety of services including a popular Primary School, Post Office, shops, eating outlets and church.

ACCOMMODATION The property affords the following accommodation. NB The measurements supplied are for guidance only and prospective buyers are advised to check these before committing themselves to any expense.

Multi paned glazed door to:

PORCH 4' 7" x 3' 0" (1.4m x 0.91m) Multi paned glazed hardwood front door into:

GROUND FLOOR

HALL Wide hall with exposed ceiling timber. Part glazed door to rear.

SITTING ROOM 15' 11" x 13' 3" (4.85m x 4.04m) Windows on two sides. Fireplace recess with timber lintel. Log burning stove. Granite mullion window. Various wall uplighters.

LOUNGE/DINING ROOM 18' 4" x 16' 6" (5.59m x 5.03m) Inpart 15'4" Dual aspect with three windows to the side and rear overlooking the back garden. Ceiling beam. Impressive natural inglenook stone fireplace with free standing log burning stove. Pine panelled door to:

KITCHEN 16' 4" x 8' 1" (4.98m x 2.46m) Dual aspect with windows on two sides and a panelled part glazed door overlooking the back garden. Fitted kitchen with a good range of cupboard and drawer storage set in wall and base units along one side, hardwood work surfaces with tiled splashbacks, inset double drainer stainless steel sink with mixer tap, integrated appliances include Delonghi range style cooker with five variable size hob and two ovens. Tiled floor and ceiling downlighters.

BEDROOM FOUR 12' 2" x 12' 0" (3.71m x 3.66m) Beamed ceiling. Window overlooking the gardens.

REAR PORCH 8' 6" x 5' 8" (2.59m x 1.73m) A dry covered area and giving access to the:

STORE/WORKSHOP 15' 7" x 8' 0" (4.75m x 2.44m) Concrete blockwork construction with mono pitched roof. Former garage.

LAUNDRY 8' 5" x 5' 10" (2.57m x 1.78m) Lean to construction with window overlooking the back garden. High flush wc. Power, lighting and plumbing suitable for automatic washing machine. Cold water tap.

LANDING Window to the side.

BEDROOM ONE 16' 4" x 13' 8" (4.98m x 4.17m) Dual aspect with windows to the side and rear overlooking the back garden. Three sets of double doors open to recessed built-in cupboard and wardrobe storage.

BEDROOM TWO 12' 10" x 12' 6" (3.91m x 3.81m) Window overlooking the back garden.

BEDROOM THREE 12' 2" x 10' 7" (3.71m x 3.23m) Window over looking the back garden. Door to:

DRESSING ROOM 9' 5" x 7' 3" (2.87m x 2.21m) max Window. Hot water tank with emersion heater. Mains electric supply, meter and consumer unit.

BATHROOM 11' 0" x 4' 5" (3.35m x 1.35m) Inpart 7'0" max White suite with vanity wash hand basin, cupboard under, wc with concealed plumbing, panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment plus separate Mira Sprint shower over. Tiled splashback.

EXTERNALLY Standing on a generous size plot with vehicular and pedestrian access from Station Road and on the corner of Minses Close. Decorative iron gate with the name 'Minses Farm' on it opening into the front garden. At the back a wide double width drive covered with stone chippings, providing off street parking for various vehicles and a 5 barred gate opening through to a further gravelled courtyard with additional parking for various vehicles.

The gardens wrap around the property on two sides, at the front a delightful cottage style garden with lawn borders containing a profusion of specimen bushes, shrubs and herbaceous plants. The main back garden a wide level expanse of lawn, on one side vegetable garden area with raised plots and incorporating fruit trees, rhubarb and currant bushes and to the side a screened off storage area with wattle covering and next to this a garden shed. The garden enjoying a good degree of privacy with hedge and fence boundaries.

The side garden is level and has a long frontage onto Minses Close and this potentially offers development potential perhaps byway of building a separate dwelling on the garden site subject to of course to obtaining any necessary consent and approval.



HISTORY

TENURE: Freehold

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