Mr & Mrs Tallis, Cornwall
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A rare opportunity to acquire a sizeable detached Grade II Listed property situated on the rural fringes of Camelford, opposite Bowood Park Golf Course and adjacent to Juliot Wells Holiday Park. This extremely versatile property retains a wealth of character features and is already loosely arranged as apartments and former offices, offering tremendous potential subject to any requisite consents for the creation of further units of accommodation utilising the existing access points, a bed and breakfast type venture, or for reinstatement into a truly enviable family home.
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7 separate access points to the front, rear and both sides of the property, a range of 27 rooms, inner hallways and entrance halls.
Studio apartment with en-suite shower room.
With historic well and a range of substantial storage areas.
Strictly by appointment with Miller Countrywide, Wadebridge 01208 812117. There is an auction legal pack which may expedite a sale transaction. Any interest parties wishing to convert the dwelling, must make and rely upon their own enquiries through Cornwall Planning Department and Historic England in relation to the Grade Listing.
Large single storey house. Circa 1815. Built for Charles Carpenter. Stuccoed stone rubble. Bitumen coated rag slate roof with hipped ends and deep overhanging eaves. Rendered moulded stacks. Plan Double depth plan with entrance to right of centre; wide cross passage with wide corridor running at right angles on left dividing 2 large reception rooms on front left from bedrooms on rear left. Service rooms on right hand side of house and in wing which is set back on right. Single storey with cellar; the attic on right is possibly a later insertion. Asymmetrical front elevation with main house set forward on left and entrance in angle, where service range is set back on right. Doric porch with flat entablature and wide C19 door to left, asymmetrical 5-window front; small triangular early C19 window on far left, early C19, 8 over 12 pane sash and large segmented bay on right with 2 early C19 tall 8 over 12 pane sashes, and C20 window to right of bay.
The left hand garden front is almost symmetrical with a central bay lit by a tall early C19 sash window with semi-circular head and intersecting glazing bars. 8 over 12 pane sash to left and French window remodelled in C20 to right. Interior largely complete although some of the partitions have been altered in the later C19. Wide entrance passage with 3-bay groin vaulted roof. 3 doors on either side of passage retaining doors and doorcases, the far door on right with a fanlight. Blocked arch to rear. Reception room to left has a moulded early C19 cornice and a reproduction bolection moulded chimneypiece. Room on far left with ornate early C19 plaster cornice and C20 fireplace. House bequeathed by Charles Carpenter to his nephew, a Mr Cresswell. Later sold to Admiral Dym. A most unusual and particularly early example of a single storey house with high quality detailing. Polsue, J. Lake's Parochial History of the County of Cornwall Volume III.
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