* Four bedroom detached house for refurbishment/replacement subject to any requisite consents
* Gardens & lightly wooded grounds of 1.52 hectares/3.76 acres
* Rural and waterside views over Siblyback Lake
* 50' x 30' detached block built outbuilding comprising of three linked bays and being two storey in part.
* Cash buyers only
Grey Gables is a stunningly located four bedroom detached house which has been in the same family ownership since the 1960's, enjoying formal gardens and lightly wooded grounds of circa 1.52 hectares/3.76 acres, accessed via its own sweeping driveway and enjoying a high degree of privacy. In addition to the main dwelling, which would benefit from continued refurbishment, there is a detached block built outbuilding of circa 50' x 30' comprising of three linked bays with a mezzanine level over the central bay, which may offer further development potential. Whilst already a sizeable family home in need of continued improvements, others may seek to redevelop the property with a Grand Designs type scheme upon which interested parties must make and rely upon their own planning enquiries of Cornwall Council Planning Department.
Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the southern slopes of Bodmin Moor and adjacent to Siblyback Lake Water Park which offers a wide range of water based activities from rowing boat hire through sailing, windsurfing and canoeing to the adrenaline filled sport of wakeboarding and glorious countryside walks. Nearby villages cater for day to day facilities whilst the market town of Liskeard is approximately 4 miles distant along with a main line railway station.
Entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, utility room.
Bathroom and WC.
Landing and four bedrooms.
Formal gardens and woodland, detached outbuilding and parking for several vehicles.
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