5 bedroom detached house for saleCoombe
Guide Price £875,000
- 5 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- 2 Formal Receptions
- Farmhouse Kitchen
- Sitting/Garden Room
- Cloakroom and Utility etc.
- Barn For Conversion
- Artist's Studio
- Large Gardens
A MAGICAL FAMILY HOUSE IN A LOVELY LOCATION, 20 MINUTES FROM TRURO
A beautiful 18th century house with contemporary extension set in approximately one acre of garden and including an artist's studio, summerhouse and charming single storey stone barn with planning consent for conversion to self contained one bedroom cottage.
General Remarks And Situation - Harvose is set in a beautiful rural position, on a warm South facing slope which stretches down to the upper reaches of the Fal Valley. It is situated on a country estate of several hundred acres, and is approached by a private road. The access is shared only by the estate, for occasional access to the farm buildings (which are not visible from the house, and used primarily for grain storage), and the single neighbouring property. The surrounding countryside is notably unspoiled and attractively wooded, and adjacent farmland is predominantly arable crop rotation.
Harvose enjoys idyllic peace and privacy but it is not isolated from amenities. The Cathedral city of Truro is about ten miles (twenty minutes driving time) whilst the main line railway station at St. Austell is about four miles away and can be reached in about twelve minutes. There are various stores, local hospital, doctors surgery and various supermarkets all within similar distances and there are also good local shops in nearby villages.
The House - Harvose is a magical family home: a beautiful 18th century farmhouse with a twenty-first century extension. It has lovely mellow stone elevations, is clad with wisteria and features cut stone window arches, granite quoins and cills and a charming cut granite pediment over the panelled front door. There are five bedrooms, two bathrooms, two formal reception rooms, a farmhouse kitchen with Aga, study/office, cloakroom and utility, together with a stunning first floor sitting room, added just a few years ago, which opens directly to the upper garden. There are a host of period features including an inglenook and traditional period fireplace, a granite paved floor in the dining room and two staircases. In greater detail the accommodation comprises (all measurements are approximate):
Entrance Hall - 3.66m x 2.13m (12' x 7') - With original winding staircase to the first floor with cupboard under. Large sliding sash window.
Sitting Room - 4.19m x 3.66m (13'9" x 12') - Focusing to an open fireplace with recess cupboards and over mantle. Oak floor and new double glazed storm proof casement windows.
Dining Room - 3.99m x 3.91m (13'1" x 12'10" ) - With exposed inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove inset. Original granite flagstone floor and new double glazed storm proof casement windows.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 5.46m x 3.71m (17'11" x 12'2") - With a range of fitments including ample cupboards and drawers and work surface area with sink and drainer inset. Four oven oil fired Aga set within fireplace recess with tiled surround and over mantle. New double glazed storm proof casement windows.
Rear Hall - 2.44m x 1.83m (8' x 6') - With secondary winding staircase to the first floor. Access through to lobby and door to utility area.
Study/Office - 3.33m x 2.64m (10'11" x 8'8") - With floor to ceiling cupboards built along one wall. Built-in desk and french doors opening to the garden.
Cloakroom - With W.C.
Laundry/Utility Room - 2.67m x 1.88m (8'9" x 6'2") - Walk-in larder, boot cupboard, laundry area with sink and drainer. Door leading to the rear garden.
Sitting Room/Garden Room - 5.36m x 4.32m (17'7" x 14'2") - This is an extension to the original house, built primarily of oak with timber ceiling and panoramic floor to ceiling windows to two sides overlooking the gardens. The windows are all double glazed units and include a sliding door to the garden. Oak floor with underfloor heating.
Bedroom 1 - 3.99m x 3.71m (13'1" x 12'2") - With built-in double cupboards along one wall. New double glazed casement window. Electric thermostatic radiator.
Bedroom 2 - 3.96m x 3.66m (13' x 12') - New double glazed casement window. Electric thermostatic radiator.
Bedroom 3 - 3.71m x 2.11m (12'2" x 6'11") - New double glazed casement window. Electric thermostatic radiator.
Bedroom 4 - 4.60m x 2.69m (15'1" x 8'10") - New double glazed casement window. Electric thermostatic radiator.
Bedroom 5 - 2.69m x 2.11m (8'10" x 6'11") - New double glazed casement window. Electric thermostatic radiator.
Bathroom No. 1 - 3.35m x 2.74m (11' x 9') - Tiled throughout and with suite comprising bath, wash hand basin, walk-in shower and w.c. Heated towel rail, overhead heat and light combination and new double glazed casement window.
Bathroom No. 2 - 2.44m x 2.44m (8' x 8') - With bath, wash hand basin and w.c. Heated towel rail and overhead combination heat and light.
Outside - The gardens are a delight and extend largely to the side and rear of the house but include a smaller walled garden to the front of the house with pathway and grassed areas on either side. Much of the garden is laid to lawn for ease of maintenance and whilst being on a gentle south facing slope there are level sweeps of grass laid out in terraces. The gardens are further enhanced with a selection of mature trees, specimen shrubs and also herbaceous borders.
In a corner of the garden there is a purpose built ARTIST'S STUDIO of timber construction with floor to ceiling windows and a large single velux window overhead. There is also a timber SUMMERHOUSE with verandah.
To the right of the front entrance there is a charming single storey BARN 28' 6" x 20' of stone and granite construction with Cornish rag slate roof. Planning consent has been granted for the conversion of this building to a self contained cottage to provide the following accommodation:- entrance hall 10' x 4', kitchen 8' x 7', sitting room 12' x 11', bedroom 12' x 11' and bathroom 7' x 7'. Copies of the plans and planning consent may be obtained from the agent.
Services - Mains water (via the Estate). Mains electricity. Private drainage system. Oil storage tank for Aga.
N.B - The electrical circuit, appliances and heating system have not been tested by the agents.
Viewing - Strictly by Appointment through the Agents Philip Martin, 9 Cathedral Lane, Truro, TR1 2QS. Telephone: 01872 242244 or 3 Quayside Arcade, St. Mawes, Truro TR2 5DT. Telephone 01326 270008.
Directions - Proceeding from Truro to St. Austell along the A390 continue through the village of Grampound and when entering the hamlet of Hewaswater turn left where signposted to Coombe. Proceed along this road for almost a mile and at the first crossroads bear left where signposted to Trenowth. Proceeding along this road for approximately 100 yards (and after passing the right hand turning to Coombe) watch out for an unmarked lane on the left hand side which is directly opposite another unmade lane. This lane (marked "Private Land" after a short distance) then becomes a tarmac road and leads through fields down through woodland to Harvose.
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