Chesterton Humberts have recently been instructed to market The Old Rectory & Cottages at Kilkhampton at a guide price of offers in excess of £1.1 million. The Old Rectory provides a Grade II Listed 19th Century 4 bedroomed Georgian rectory with panoramic countryside views.
The property is set on the edge of the village of Kilkhampton within walking distance of all of the village facilities but yet has a high degree of privacy with far reaching countryside views towards Dartmoor and Bodmin.
Adjoining the Old Rectory is a self contained 2 bedroomed two storey annexe which the current owners currently let out on a holiday letting basis but could be occupied by a family member or be reincorporated back into the main house if required. Set in the grounds are a two storey stone built 1 bedroomed holiday cottage and a detached two storey 3 bedroomed upside down barn conversion, both are let on a holiday letting basis at this stage.
Potential to convert the triple garage into an additional holiday letting cottage subject to gaining the relevant planning consents.
The gardens at The Old Rectory are an intregal part of the property and have been well planted with mature specimens and include a walled garden and extends to 2.46 acres.
Stephen Richards of Chesterton Humberts comments “The Old Rectory is unusual due to its position being within walking distance of the village and yet private. The property is currently being used as a small holiday letting complex and is ideally situated with easy access onto the A39 Atlantic Highway to explore the North Cornwall coastline with the nearest beach being Sandy Mouth being in National Trust ownership” closeby.