About this property

* Three bedroom detached cottage
* Requiring modernisation
* 1.156 hectares/2.857 acres
* Secluded setting at the end of a no through lane
* Conveniently located for Bodmin town centre and the A38/A30 road networks

A three bedroom detached character cottage requiring modernisation enjoying a high degree of privacy in a secluded location. The property enjoys gardens, meadow and a lightly wooded copse of circa 1.156 hectares/2.857 acres with a range of useful outbuildings, garaging and workshop.

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Property Auctions South West
Head Office
2 Cotton Street
Liverpool
L3 7DY

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Full Description

Location

Callybarrett Cottage enjoys a secluded location at the end of a no through lane, surrounded by farmland, with the nearest neighbour circa 300 yards yet is readily commutable to the A30/A38 road networks and Bodmin town centre, superstores and trading estates.

Ground Floor

Entrance porch, study area, kitchen, lounge/diner, rear porch, covered passageway to conservatory.

First Floor

Landing, three bedrooms and bathroom

Outside

Formal gardens being mainly laid to lawn, former kitchen garden, a lightly wooded copse and meadow, a range of useful outbuildings, garaging and workshops, totalling circa 1.156 hectares/2.857 acres.

Directional Note

Leave Bodmin town centre and head towards Launceston and the A30. Immediately before joining the A30 there is a turning on your left for Dingle Brothers Tractors, take this turning and continue straight ahead until passing Callybarrett Farm on your left, the cottage can then be found after circa 300 yards on your right, at the end of the lane.

Tenure

Freehold

EPC

Rating G

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Callybarrett Cottage, Callybarrett, Bodmin, Cornwall

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