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St Dominick, Saltash, PL12

Detached house
Available Asking Price £575,000
Find out more: 0333 121 4950
  • Description
  • Floor Plan
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Property Features
  • Elizabethan farmhouse with many historic features (Grade II listed)
  • Situated on the edge of a popular village with many amenities and an easy commute to Plymouth.
  • 4 reception rooms, 4 double bedrooms and 2 family bathrooms.
  • Large South facing garden with lawns, borders, orchard, pond, small woodland and a small paddock
  • Recent new roof and plenty of parking.
  • 4 Extra Acres of land with animal shelter available by separate negotiation.

Property Description

Available for the first time in over 30 years, this 4 bedroom detached Elizabethan House is situated on the edge of a peaceful and popular Tamar Valley village within easy reach of Plymouth, the moors and the sea.


Spacious accommodation and gardens make this a versatile property lending itself to extended-family occupation and country living.


Please see the photographs and details that accompany this listing and the indicative floorplan for layout. The best way to appreciate this property is to arrange a viewing appointment which you can do seven days a week by calling the number above or clicking on the contact link provided.






Layout and number of rooms lend themselves to extended family living.

All the rooms have high ceilings for a house of this age.

There are many storage areas throughout.

Economic to run.


DOWNSTAIRS – main rooms


The Entrance is via an ancient, studded front door opening onto a hallway which has doors leading in three directions, one leads to the Living Room which has a wide inglenook fireplace with a substantial wooden lintel and has exposed beams. A Family Room is linked to the Living Room by a door with an original door-frame, and an internal window. It has a pair of French windows facing south and leading to a grassy area for which listed building consent has been obtained for a conservatory.

Another door from the hallway leads to the Dining Room which is the hub of this house; everything else radiates from it. It contains a substantial granite inglenook fireplace and exposed beams. Off of this is a Large Kitchen with direct access to the sunken patio and Utility Room which has space for washing machine and spin dryer, a double 'bucket' sink, boot rack and coat hooks, and door to the outside. 


Also off the dining room is an inner hall that leads to the Parlour  Which has a dressed granite inglenook fireplace with rolled edge detail and matching granite hearth. The Cold Room (pantry), which is insulated against the rest of the house and partially below ground level to keep cool and racked out for storage, and a downstairs WC also lead separately off this inner hall.




4 good sized double bedrooms with storage.

2 Family bathrooms with baths and showers





Recent new roof

Plenty of parking.

Outside WC and separate store.


Large sunken, paved,stone faced patio


Large garden comprising:

Level lawn.

Well stocked Orchard.

Spring-fed pond

Woodland garden,

Small Paddock.

The whole garden is easy to maintain as it stands yet offers scope to a keen gardener.




Spring water supply

Septic tank.






ADDITIONAL 4 ACRE FIELD AVAILABLE (with large animal shelter) - by separate negotiation.





Radland is right on the edge of St Dominick, a popular, friendly and vibrant village. It has everything that a village should have, post office with shop, church, chapel, primary school and pub. The village hall hosts many activities and clubs including Line Dancing, Morris dancing, WI, Hobbies, Tuesday club and Astronomy group.Elsewhere in the village you can find the Football club, Snooker, Bell ringing and Slimming club.


St Dominick is within easy reach of many amenities, including at just two miles away St Mellion Golf And Country Club and the NT property of Cotehele, within five miles, Kit Hill Country Park, the NT iron age fort and riverside walk at Cadsonbury and access to the River Tamar at Halton Quay, while the beaches at Whitsands or the edge of Dartmoor or Bodmin Moor are only half an hour’s drive away.


This village is a peaceful and beautiful place to live, within the Tamar Valley area of outstanding natural beauty yet with easy access to the A388 making Plymouth a comfortable twenty-minute commute and with Callington, as the nearest market town, just minutes away. The towns of Saltash, Tavistock, Liskeard and Launceston are all also within easy reach offering a wide range of independent retailers as well as most national. The situation also lends itself to access to excellent schools of all types.