15 Acres of Pasture and Woodland With River Frontage Along The De Lank River
Picturesque 4 Bedroom Period House
2 Reception Rooms
Workshop (formerly a Garage)
Substantial Barn Outbuilding
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A unique opportunity presents itself in that for the first time in approximately 47 years Tremasden is offered for sale. This appealing detached period home constructed primarily in granite with Mullion windows occupies anelevated position adjacent to the 17th century stone bridge at Keybridge, a small hamlet about 2 miles from the village of Blisland. The front of the property looks across the valley with wonderful rural views. Featuring 2 reception rooms and 4 bedrooms (one en-suite) on the first floor the property clearly offers tremendous potential for those seeking an individual character home in a peaceful rural setting. The house is set within its own private gardens and is a short walk across Keybridge and through a 5 bar gate to access the substantial agricultural barn outbuilding which offers great potential for a variety of uses. Here in previous years there was a large and productive vegetable garden which in turn leads through to the meadow which has been used for the grazing of animals. The land then extends alongside the DeLank River much of which is beautifully unspoilt woodland containing some ancient Oak and Beech trees.
Tremasden offers a rare opportunity to purchase a truly unique period property in a wonderful rural setting. With the barn and land offering great potential the property could appeal to a small hobby farmer, the equestrian buyer or those who have a particular interest in a natural environment. Offered for sale with no onward chain, Tremasden is recommended for an early viewing appointment by the vendors' sole agent.
As previously mentioned, Keybridge is a small hamlet located about 2 miles from the larger village of Blisland which has its own very popular public house together with small village shop. The main A30 trunk road is approximately 5 miles away providing swift and easy links to the rest of the county as well as Exeter and the rest of the country. The shopping centres of Wadebridge and Bodmin are roughly equidistant and within easy driving distance.
Directions: To locate the property, travel out of Wadebridge on the A39 and after about 4 miles turn right adjacent to St Kew Golf Club signposted St Mabyn. Stay on this road, travelling through the village of St Mabyn to the crossroads at Longstone and travel straight across. Stay on this road, travelling down into the valley, over a stone bridge and across the Camel Trail to a t-junction. Turn left and stay on this road for about a mile and a half where Tremasden will be found on the right hand side just before the ancient stone bridge at Keybridge.
To locate the property travelling west on the A30, take the sliproad signposted to Blisland just before the second new bridge. Go over the bridge and turn right at the t-junction. At the crossroads in 1 mile take the road signposted to St Mabyn and follow this road down into the valley. Stay on this road travelling through the hamlet of Tresarrett where the Camel Trail runs close to the road and then stay on this road for about a mile and a half where Tremasden will be found on the right hand side just before the ancient stone bridge at Keybridge.
Timber Front Door opening to Entrance hall - Radiator. Large cupboard housing safe.
Sitting room - 12' 8" x 12' 4" (3.85m x 3.76m) Granite mullion window to front. Open fireplace with timber surround. Radiator.
Dining room - 12' 6" x 12' 2" (3.8m x 3.7m) Granite mullion window to front. Floor to ceiling granite built fireplace. Slate flag floor. Beamed ceiling. Radiator. Door to Rear hall - Radiator. Door to side porch.
Kitchen - 15' 7" x 7' 9" (4.75m x 2.37m) 4' 5" [narrowing to 4'5" (1.34m)] Leaded light window to side. Base cupboards with worktops over and wall cupboards above. One and a half bowl sink unit. Space and power for fridge, space and plumbing for automatic washing machine and space and plumbing for dishwasher. Built-in electric oven. Radiator.
Bathroom - Panelled bath, bidet and pedestal wash hand basin. Heated towel rail.
Separate W.C. - In low flush suite. Radiator.
Side porch - 8' 2" x 6' 11" (2.5m x 2.1m) Leaded light window to side and stable door to garden. First floor
Landing - Granite mullion window to front.
Bedroom 1 - 12' 7" x 11' 6" (3.83m x 3.5m) Granite mullion window to front. Radiator. Wash hand basin with vanity cupboard.
Bedroom 2 - 12' 6" x 10' 4" (3.82m x 3.15m) Granite mullion window to front. Radiator. Door to Landing - With doors to Bedrooms 3 and 4.
Bedroom 3 - 15' 7" x 11' 8" (4.74m x 3.55m) Window to side and French doors to rear. 2 radiators.
Bedroom 4 - 12' 6" x 11' 10" (3.8m x 3.6m) Window to rear. Radiator.
En suite - Panelled bath, low flush W.C. And pedestal wash hand basin. Radiator. Dual aspect with granite mullion window to front and window to side.
Outside - Formal gardens to the left of the property comprise a terraced garden containing Rhododendrons and various mature shrubs with a path and step which lead to a paved patio/seating area which enjoys lovely aspects and views. A slate pathway extends along the front of the house to
lean-to greenhouse - Housing oil fired boiler supplying domestic hot water and central heating. Single storey stone barn - Providing useful storage.
The garden then extends to terraced areas planted with a wide variety of mature shrubs and trees including camellias and rhododendrons. The garden extends through to a woodland garden with a variety of mature oak, beech and sycamore trees.
Detached workshop (formerly A garage) - 15' 9" x 12' 2" (4.8m x 3.7m) Under pitched roof with light and power.
Formerly a garage and easily reinstated if required.
The land - Just over the bridge is a 5-bar gate which opens in to a large turning and parking area together with access to the
agricultural barn - 45' 0" x 30' 0" (13.72m x 9.14m) approximately Providing a wonderful asset to Tremasden having been used previously for housing animals, machinery and equipment.
The land - A 5-bar gate opens in to a lovely meadow which has previously been used for animal grazing which then extends in to the woodland referred to by the current owners as The Coombe. The woodland extends alongside the De Lank river containing a variety of ancient oak and beech trees as well as other native species. Natural granite and pathways meander alongside the river up to the far boundary where there is a beautiful small waterfall. The woodland provides a most beautiful and peaceful setting alongside the river within this unspoilt valley setting.
Agents Note: We understand there is a public footpath which passes through part of the rear garden down to the riverside. A plan of the footpath taken from the Cornwall Council website is available at our Wadebridge office.
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