This former toll house for sale sits on the border of Devon and Cornwall is an “iconic” home with its own woodlands.  

The Tollhouse, in Launceston, is a period building which retains character features, and includes an annexe. 

The house has a stone and slate exterior, and has been updated throughout over the past year. 

Entering the property, the ground floor includes a large kitchen with limestone flooring, modern fittings and solid wood worktops. 

The formal dining room. (Bond Oxborough Phillips)

Beyond this is a formal dining room, which could be used as a sitting room as the kitchen has ample space for dining. 

Completing the ground floor, there is a pantry, a shower room and a side porch, as well as the entrance porch. 

The kitchen. (Bond Oxborough Phillips)

Moving upstairs, the principal bedroom includes an en-suite bathroom and an adjoining dressing room, while five further bedrooms sit on this level. 

A large room to the front of the property is used as a living room with valley views and a feature fireplace. 

The conservatory. (Bond Oxborough Phillips)

Also on the first floor are an office, a family bathroom, and a conservatory with outdoor access. 

Outside, the grounds comprise a two acre woodland area, plus a lawn and a raised decked seating area. 

The master bedroom has an en-suite bathroom and a dressing room. (Bond Oxborough Phillips)

The property sale includes a private detached annexe which sits across the road from the toll house, with one bedroom and its own gardens. 

The property is being sold by Bond Oxborough Phillips for a price of £850,000. 

The grounds include two acres of woodlands. (Bond Oxborough Phillips)

The agent commented: “A former Tollhouse, now transformed into an iconic residence, along with a detached two-bedroom annexe, is nestled within the picturesque Tamar Valley on the border of Devon and Cornwall. 

“This property offers spacious and adaptable accommodation, having undergone sympathetic updates in the past year to seamlessly blend the charm of its heritage with modern conveniences.”