Private and secluded position surrounded by its own land
Situated within an AONB
Direct river frontage
Kellisryn is a highly attractive barn conversion, set in a secluded rural location overlooking the River Tamar. Originally dating back to the 18th century, the property has been sympathetically converted to provide light and spacious accommodation.
The main living accommodation is found on the first floor, taking full advantage of the house’s elevated position to enjoy lovely views towards the River Tamar and the Tamar Valley AONB. The reception rooms benefit from high vaulted ceilings with exposed A frames, emphasising both space and light. The sitting/dining room has a natural slate floor, a Juliet balcony overlooking the beautiful gardens and a modern woodburning stove. The kitchen/day room provides a further spacious living area, fitted with contemporary white units and a range of quality integrated appliances.
Four good-size bedrooms are found on the ground floor, with two of the bedrooms including stylish en suite shower rooms. Each of the bedrooms have direct access to the terrace and gardens to the rear. A family bathroom completes the ground floor.
The property is also due to have superfast fibre brodband installed by the end of the year.
Kellisryn is set in a desirable rural location, overlooking the River Tamar in the Tamar Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The historic town of Launceston is 4.5 miles away, offering a wealth of everyday amenities and facilities, including a choice of shopping, supermarkets, restaurants and cafés. There are several schools in Launceston and the surrounding area, including the outstanding-rated St. Stephen’s Community Academy. The A30 offers excellent road connections towards Exeter, while the A388, connects to Plymouth via the A38.
The award-winning and thriving market town of Tavistock, approximately 9.5 miles away, provides further excellent facilities and the well-respected Mount Kelly College public school is also located here. The spectacular and majestic Dartmoor National Park is immediately to hand and offers extensive outdoor leisure opportunities including riding, walking and cycling. Approximately 22 miles away, the maritime and city port of Plymouth offers yet more comprehensive educational, recreational and shopping facilities, together with a deep water marina and a cross channel ferry port, with services to northern France and Spain.
Kellisryn is accessed via a private drive, which leads to a detached open fronted double garage/workshop and a parking area for several vehicles. A pathway leads to the house, which stands in the middle of its grounds and is surrounded by paved terraces on both sides that provide the ideal place for al fresco dining and enjoying the beautiful surroundings. A number of paths lead to the various parts of the beautiful gardens, including a vegetable patch with a greenhouse and a fruit cage. There are several outbuildings, providing storage, and two paddocks, one of which enjoys approximately 650ft of river frontage. In total, the grounds measure approximately 4.68 acres.