This is a fascinating period farmhouse, located on the edge of the beautiful creekside village of Lerryn. The house is peacefully located in its large gardens that surround the house on three sides. The gardens are beautifully kept and have been designed into certain specific areas. At the top of the garden there is a small orchard with some views of the creek.The house has off road parking, a double garage with a workshop and a useful potting shed. Located across the drive is a converted barn with a kitchen and shower room on the ground floor and a mezzanine floor above. An ideal studio, office or annexe.The house requires some updating but is a fascinating house with two reception rooms, a kitchen breakfast room, garden room and a utility room and shower room. Two staircases access the first floor were there are four bedrooms.
On entering Lerryn from Lostwithiel, drive over the bridge and bear right. Continue past the pub and turn left . The house is on the left after twenty metres.
Lerryn is a very picturesque village at the head of a creek forming part of the Fowey Estuary. The village, with its school, two community halls, post office/general stores, Inn and community bus offers facilities for most everyday requirements. A wider range of shopping facilities are available in the historic town of Lostwithiel about three miles away. The extensive list of social organisations in the village currently includes a film club, ladies dining club, Bridge club, History society and Women's Institute. In Lerryn and the surrounding area there are excellent sailing and boating opportunities together with extensive walks in the countryside along the river valleys and the coast.
- Detached period farmhouse.
- Large gardens and orchard.
- Edge of waterside village location.
- Double garage and workshop.
- Wooded creekside walks nearby.
- Separate one bed annexe/studio.
- Flexible accommodation.
- Large conservatory.