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- Detached Cottage with Stone Barn
- Planning Permission for Substantial Extension and Triple Garage
- Approx 1 Acre of Gardens
- Refurbishment/Development Project
- Existing Dwelling with Three Bedrooms and Two Receptions
- Utility Room
- Study/Bedroom 4
**CALL 01566 770888 FOR INFORMATION AND VIEWING** DETACHED COTTAGE AND BARN SET IN APPROX. 1 ACRE WITH PP GRANTED FOR SUBSTANTIAL EXTENSION & TRIPLE GARAGE located in Lewannick. The planning permission includes the following accommodation: 3 bedrooms (master ensuite), kitchen/dining room, lounge, utility/WC, study/bedroom 4 & family bathroom.
Situated down a quiet country lane, a short drive from the village of Lewannick and formerly part of Trelaske Manor Estate, a manor settlement recorded in the Doomsday Book, lies this detached cottage and stone built detached barn. The cottage has been granted planning permission (number PA15/09342) for a substantial extension and an erection of a detached triple garage which will create a three/four bedroom detached cottage with great proportion rooms comprising: entrance porch, entrance hall, study/bedroom four, utility/WC, lounge, kitchen/dining room, first floor landing, master bedroom with ensuite, two further double bedrooms and family bathroom, set on an acre of pastureland within this easily accessible location. The barn has been granted planning permission (number PA15/01291) for an extension to provide, when completed, a three bedroom detached barn conversion and (number PA14/04591) for a double garage.
The vendor's suggestions for improvements to the property include:-
Solid hardwood timber framed windows and doors.
Double glazing with an option for triple glazing.
Large bi-fold doors and French doors to the lounge.
Vaulted ceiling to lounge incorporating two large Velux windows to the roof with the option for electrically operated opening facility.
Underfloor heating to the ground floor with radiators upstairs.
Internal doors constructed of engineered oak.
Tiled floors to lounge, kitchen, dining room, utility room and washroom.
White sanitary ware with chrome fittings off a fully pressurized system.
Security alarm fitted as standard.
Large patio area to the south with raised planters.
As you can see from the vendor's suggested artist's impression, this spectacular looking property offers the best of both worlds, with period features included in the original cottage with a modern interpretation of a country cottage throughout the property.
Located close by to the property is Coombeshead Farm, a working farm and restaurant. Lewannick is located just five miles south west of Launceston and only a mile from the A30 dual carriageway, providing excellent links to other parts of the county.
The village is steeped in history with some of the buildings dating back to the 14th/15th centuries with the nearby manor of Trelaske mentioned in the Doomsday book. 'Lake's Parochial History of Cornwall (1870)', states that Lewannick Parish was known for "the purity of its water and the longevity of its inhabitants.", with Blaunders Well, a Holy well, and Joan's Pitcher, a spring whose water is said to soothe sore eyes, still remaining.
The village also boasts a Shop and Post Office, Primary School, Village Hall, Doctor's Surgery, Garage and Old People's Home. In addition, the local Public House, the Archer Arms has a locally sourced menu and a good choice of wines.
The village also hosts numerous events including: The Annual Pantomime, May Day Celebrations, Whist, Gardening Club and Spring Flower Show, Cinema, Annual Flower and Produce show, combined Anglican and Methodist services at St Martin's Church, regular Quiz and Poker Nights at the Archer Arms, Over 50's voice, and more.
Launceston is the ancient capital of Cornwall and boasts a number of historical buildings including the Norman castle and Victorian Guildhall and Town Hall. There is a wide variety of shopping available both in the town centre and the out of town retail park (both independently and nationally owned) together with a range of service businesses, medical facilities and schooling at both primary and secondary levels (private and state sector). The town has a good sports centre, many clubs and societies catering for a wide variety of interests and two 18 hole golf courses within 3 miles.
Access to Plymouth, Exeter, Truro via road are all within an hour's travelling time. The city of Plymouth offers sea and rail links being approximately 29 miles from Launceston. The city of Exeter has rail links and an international airport being approximately 40 miles from Launceston.