The Old Rectory is a fantastic example of an architecturally significant Georgian rectory. With delightful mellow stone walls and symmetrical small-panelled sash windows, the rectory was built in 1806 with later winged extensions added towards 1900. The property is listed Grade II was has been recently restored.
The accommodation comprises: reception hall, drawing room, dining room, study, kitchen, conservatory and cellar on the ground and lower ground floors, and upstairs are the master bedroom suite and two guest bedroom suites.
The guide price also includes the Old Coach House, a considerable and completely separate residence to the south of the main house. This house is an individual conversion and includes four bedrooms, three bath/shower rooms and an open plan kitchen-dining-living room as well as a large main reception room. It has recently been let for holiday accommodation, and is set within its own private, good-sized gardens.
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The grounds of the main property are a great attraction to those interested in gardening and comprise extensive lawns, shrubberies and herbaceous gardens and an excellent shelter belt is formed by beautiful mature bluebell woods to the north and west. Against the walls of the house itself grow honeysuckle, jasmine and magnolia while the formal gardens open to an avenue of white cherry trees leading to a small ornamental lake. The land amounts to just over four-and-half acres.
The house sits in an extremely private situation in Braddock, one of south Cornwall’s most picturesque and unspoiled rural villages located just a few miles to the east of the River Fowey and the stannary town of Lostwithiel, which has direct trains to London Paddington. The village is surrounded and protected by one of the great Cornish estates, Boconnoc.
The guide price is £600,000. For further information please contact Savills on 01872 243 200 or visit www.savills.co.uk.