As you enter the property into the entrance hallway you realise what an interesting property this is. To your left is a shower room with WC and basin whilst in front of you is a double bedroom with beautiful views over the river. Double doors lead out to a full width balcony, perfect for enjoying those sunny mornings with a cup of tea or coffee. A flight of stairs takes you to a living room with wood burner and small balcony with views of the viaduct, River Tamar and glorious Devon countryside. A kitchen area also allows this space to be utilised as separate accommodation for a dependent relative, if desired.
If you turn right from the entrance hallway you pass through a sizeable hallway which has storage and a workshop area with slate flooring. The dining area is located next to the kitchen and both rooms enjoy a stunning outlook; an impressive area to entertain family and friends. A flight of stairs leads down to the lower ground floor which opens up to a generously proportioned living room with feature stone walls and a woodburner creating a charming room in which to relax. There are also windows and patio doors which lead you out to the garden area. From the dining room another set of stairs leads you to three further bedrooms, two of which are double rooms overlooking the river whilst a single room faces the front, along with the family bathroom.
A car port provides parking for one car, a real rarity in this pretty riverside village. To the rear is a gently sloping garden which is laid to lawn with mature shrubs providing privacy. From the garden you can enjoy views up and down the river and a real treat is the view between the arches of the historic viaduct towards the fascinating National Trust owned Cotehele House. There is also a boiler room which houses the oil-fired boiler and provides useful storage options.
Mains electricity. Mains gas. Mains water. Mains drainage.
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