This beautifully presented Grade II listed Farmhouse is tucked away in an enviable and sheltered position by the River Tamar. The property benefits from extensive gardens and grounds with stunning views across the river, viaduct and beyond to Plymouth. Coombe Farm dates back to c1780 and ...
This beautifully presented Grade II listed Farmhouse is tucked away in an enviable and sheltered position by the River Tamar. The property benefits from extensive gardens and grounds with stunning views across the river, viaduct and beyond to Plymouth. Coombe Farm dates back to c1780 and benefits from many original features. Although the property is set within a private location it is only a few minutes' drive to the popular Fore Street of Saltash where there is access to a wide range of amenities, shopping, local schools, leisure Centre, access to the Train Station with direct trains to London frequently and easy access to the A38. The property is located off a quiet lane through electric gates, to the private driveway which leads down to a car port and further ample parking and turning space for several vehicles. The property is accessed via a path approached over the main garden where you will be captivated by the stunning river views from the mature gardens. The farmhouse comprises of traditional kitchen with quarry tiled floor, dining room with feature multi fuel wood burning stove, formal lounge with fireplace and a further reception room to the ground floor. To the first floor there are four bedrooms of which three are spacious double bedrooms, all having views across the garden and quaint window seating and fireplaces, the single bedroom is currently used as a dressing room. The family bathroom is a spacious room with bath, separate double shower enclosure with mixer shower and traditional sink unit with storage. Further benefits of this wonderful family property include a useful laundry room, sash windows, original features, gas central heating PLUS private access to the River Tamar where the properties private tidal mooring is situated. There is NO ONWARD CHAIN. An internal viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the property and beautiful grounds. EPC - E.
The Property Coombe Farm is believed to date back to c1780 and, as part of the Anthony Estate, was once a cider apple, soft fruit and dairy farm. This sympathetically restored Grade II listed property benefits from many original features, including period fire places, slate flagged floors, stripped pine doors, as well as modern amenities as gas fired central heating. The extensive grounds of approximately 1 acre lie to the front, side and rear of the dwelling. Being mainly laid to lawn, with mature trees and shrubs providing privacy and colour from spring through to autumn. A private pathway leads down to the river and the property's tidal mooring.
Rear Entrance Hallway 4.42m (14' 6') x 1.88m (6' 2') Entrance from the rear of the property through a stable door into the entrance hallway. Beamed ceiling, dual aspect window enjoying views across the garden, archway leading through to
Kitchen 4.22m (13' 10') x 3.10m (10' 2') Sash window with views across the garden, tiled floor, timber panelled ceiling with two light points, radiator. Fitted with a range of white kitchen units, with oak rolled edge work top incorporating a Belfast ceramic sink with mixer tap above. Further built in storage cupboards with pine fronted doors, cream range cooker with gas hob and electric oven with extractor hood above. Integrated slimline dishwasher, centre isle for further preparation space. Stripped wooden panelled doors lead into main hallway and dining room
Dining Room 4.80m (15' 9') x 4.19m (13' 9') Twin sash windows enjoying views across the front south facing garden. Varnished floorboards, tongue and groove wall panelling to the walls, ceiling pendant light, radiator, exposed natural stone wall and chimney breast revealing brick arch, slate hearth with double door multi fuel burner.
Entrance Hallway 8.13m (26' 8') x 1.17m (3' 10') Part wood panelled walls, built in under stairs storage cupboard, radiator, tiled floor, ceiling light. Stairs to first floor.
Formal Lounge 4.27m (14' 0') x 4.22m (13' 10') Recess housing two sash windows overlooking the gardens to the front elevation. Attractive cast iron grate having a white painted fire surround incorporating an open fire. Built in glass fronted cupboards either side of the fire. Picture rail, radiator, phone point.
Laundry Room 1.50m (4' 11') x 1.37m (4' 6') Space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer.
Former Dairy/Further Reception Room 4.06m (13' 4') x 3.10m (10' 2') Slate floor and shelving, double fronted wooden storage cupboard, window to side elevation, Georgian-style glass panelled door leading to the garden. This room would be ideal as a study for those who work from home, alternatively a useful play room.
Half Landing From the entrance hallway, stairs rise to the half landing, skylight panelled window, stripped wooden panelled door leads to the WC, then stairs ascend to the first floor landing.
Separate WC Opaque glazed window, wall light point, white low level wc, wall mounted wash hand basin.
First Floor Landing Partially galleried landing with white wooden handrails, newel posts and banisters. The landing is split by a Georgian Style archway and all doors lead off to the following rooms
Bedroom Two 4.34m (14' 3') x 3.30m (10' 10') Varnished pine floorboards, sash window overlooking the garden with window seat below. Radiator, picture rail, built in wardrobe, loft hatch access.
Family Bathroom 3.15m (10' 4') x 3.15m (10' 4') Sash windows enjoying views over across the garden with window seat below. Cupboard housing gas central heating boiler and storage area, loft hatch access and ceiling light. White bathroom suite comprising of low level w.c, tall pine vanity unit with inset wash hand basin, bath, separate double shower enclosure with mixer shower, stainless steel heated towel rail.
Master Bedroom 4.47m (14' 8') x 3.91m (12' 10') Sash window to front elevation with varnished wooden window seat below. Built in cast iron Art Nouveau-style fire grate with Georgian pine surround, picture rail, fitted wardrobes, radiator, ceiling pendant light.
Bedroom Four 3.20m (10' 6') x 2.44m (8' 0') Sash window, window seat, picture rail, radiator ceiling pendant light.
Bedroom Three 4.42m (14' 6') x 3.81m (12' 6') Sash window to front elevation, varnished window seat below. Radiator, Victorian style cast iron and tiled fire grate with pine surround. Built in wardrobe/storage cupboard, stripped pine flooring, radiator, picture rail, ceiling pendant light.
The Gardens & Grounds The property is approached from a quite lane, where an electric gate gives access to the private driveway. The gravelled driveway leads to a large turning/parking area with a car port for 2/3 cars. A path leads down through the main garden, which is predominately laid to lawn, there is a vegetable garden area and some fine trees and shrubs providing screening and privacy, as well as a range of colour throughout the seasons. Off the main lawned area, access is gained to various hidden garden areas one accessed via steps to an elevated level area of lawn. A large patio ideal for entertaining and dining is situated at the end of the main garden easily accessed from the rear of the property. From the main gardens, pleasing views are enjoyed over the surrounding area towards the viaduct and Tamar Estuary. A five bar gate provides access to the property's private walkway down to the beach, where a boat may be moored on Coombe Creek. (Tidal Mooring)
Agent Note Please note that we have not tested any appliances, fixtures and fittings or services so cannot verify that they are in working order or fit for purpose. Any potential buyer must undertake their own investigation into the working of these items from their Solicitor or Surveyor. All photographs are provided as a guidance only and all measurements and floorplans are approximate. Coombe Farm is Grade II Listed and lies within a 'green finger' conservation area. A covenant exists restricting further intensification of development within the c1. Acre site.
Pursuant to the Estate Agency Act 1979, the vendor of this property is related to a Director of Open House Estate Agents.
Grade II Listed Farmhouse
A unique Four bedroom Farmhouse set in an idyllic yet convienient location