St Ive, Liskeard

3 bedroom character property, detached house, land, smallholding - 20 acres
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£800,000 Guide Price


  • Character Grade II Listed Cottage
  • 3 bedrooms
  • Outbuildings
  • Approx. 20 acres
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Property Summary

This property is not currently available. It may be sold or temporarily removed from the market.
A charming character detached three bedroom cottage in an edge of village location, located between Liskeard and Callington.


A range of useful outbuildings to include former dairy, workshop and stores, suitable for alternative uses, subject to planning, with adjoining grounds extending to approximately 20 acres or thereabouts.
  • Ref: LAT220255
  • Type: Character Property, Detached House, Land, Smallholding
  • Availability: Sold
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Outside Space: Land
  • Council Tax Band: B
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Acreage: 20 acres

Full Details

East Trevallick is situated on the edge of the village of St Ive, at the end of a no-through road, approximately midway between the towns of Liskeard and Callington (4.5 miles). Both towns boasting a wide range of retail and professional services along with educational and leisure facilities.

The City of Plymouth accessed via the Tamar Bridge (13 miles) boasts an extensive range of retail, leisure facilities, professional services and medical facilities together with educational colleges and universities.

For the recreational enthusiasts there is a variety of scenic walks and rides through the surrounding area and Bodmin Moor, sailing on the south coast at Looe (13 miles) and golf at St Mellion.

The Property
A detached Grade II Listed cottage primarily of traditional construction under a rag slate roof with latter-day extension. The property has recently undergone a programme of refurbishment retaining the wealth of character features within, to include panel doors, exposed beam ceilings, inglenook fireplace, exposed floorboards and casement windows, yet providing living for the modern-day period with oil-fired central heating system.

The accommodation is entered via a porch to the entrance hall with understairs storage and stairs to first floor, and doors off to the sitting room with inset wood burning stove, window with window seat to the front elevation and exposed beam ceilings. The dining area, the feature room of the house, with window to front elevation and window seat, exposed beam ceilings and wood burning stove housed within the former Inglenook with exposed granite lintel and bread oven to the side. Opening through to the refitted kitchen with rolled top worksurface, matching cupboard doors below, space for fridge freezer and electric cooker, double sink unit and the former creamery exposed in the wall.

To the rear is a utility area with sink and space for washing machine, ground floor wet room with shower and separate wc.

Stairs rising from the hall to the 8m long landing with door off to the airing cupboard, three bedrooms and bathroom.

The Outbuildings
In the yard area a variety of agricultural outbuildings suitable for alternative uses, subject to planning

Adjoining the house is a lean-to Car Port (6.36m x 5.5m) under a mono-pitch roof, timber frame construction, housing a recently installed water pump and filters and outside wc to the rear. Cubicle House (14.4m x 4.3m) under a pitch roof with concrete floors and block elevations. ‘Owl’ Barn (14.8m x 5.7m) with block elevations under a pitch corrugated roof with a lean-to store to side (15m x 4.4m) of block elevation under a mono-pitch roof. Further Store (9m x 4.4m) with concrete floor under a mono-pitch roof. Old stone Barn (9.2m x 7.4m GF) of traditional stone construction with latter-day block elevations arranged over two floors.

The Land
The land is divided into three manageable enclosures and extends in all to approximately 20 acres and in the main bordered by traditional hedges. The land, laid to pasture, is level to gently sloping with a southerly aspect and would be suitable for the grazing of livestock, horses or the production of forage or crops
From the land, extensive views are enjoyed over the surrounding area towards Kitt Hill, Caradon Hill and to the southeast towards the Tamar Valley direction.
The land is accessed from the yard or an unmade track, this providing independent access to all three enclosures.

Agent's Notes
Services: Mains electricity, private water and private drainage are connected to the property. None of these services have been tested and therefore no guarantees can be given.

Tenure: Freehold Council Tax Band: B EPC: E

Wayleaves, Easements & Rights of Way: The sale will be subject to and with the benefit of all existing wayleaves, easements and rights of way as may exist. We have been advised that no footpaths cross the land.

Particulars & Plan: Whilst every care is taken in the preparation of these particulars, their accuracy is not guaranteed, and they do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. Any intending purchaser/s must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of these particulars.

Viewing & Directions
Viewings: Strictly by appointment with the sole selling agents Lodge & Thomas. Telephone 01872 272722

Directions: From Liskeard head towards Callington along the A390. On entering St Ive, just past Gimblett’s Car Garage, turn right and follow the lane into St Ive Cross. Without deviation, straight over the crossroads and follow the lane down past the houses, turning right after the last property onto the no through road and follow this road to the very end where the property can be found.


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