4 bedroom barn conversion for saleKingston, Stoke Climsland
Guide Price £459,950
- Detached Barn Conversion
- Beautiful Accommodation
- 4 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms
- Equestrian Facilities inc. 4 Stables, Yard & Sand School
- Approx. 7.6 acres In Total
- 4,200sq.ft Dutch Barn
- Additional Outbuildings
- Some Redecoration Required to the Barn
- EPC Band G (20)
The barn conversion offers some striking living space with an abundance of classic rustic features, such as a vaulted ceiling with exposed A-frames, timber flooring, exposed stonework and some attractive framed, ledged and braced timber doors. Entering at ground floor level, the spacious, open living/dining room is incredibly bright, with several large velux windows on both roof slopes. Divided by the current owner into three practical areas for living, dining and working at present, the sitting area includes a log-burning stove to one corner. The kitchen also bares the mark of country living, with an attractive range of solid wood-topped shaker-style units complemented by an oil-fired Aga and Belfast sink. The ground floor is finished with a separate utility/boot room providing secondary access from the drive, plus a shower room.
The lower ground floor, housing the 4 bedrooms, bathroom and sizeable ensuite, is accessed using a turning, solid timber staircase from the living room. Each a good size, the 4 double bedrooms have external access and the master suite in particular, also complete with a large ensuite bath/shower room, has double door access to the barn's side garden.
Overall, the accommodation is very attractive although some redecoration by the new owners will likely be desirable.
The barn stands within an area amounting to 7.6 acres or thereabouts, including roughly 3.5 acres of grazing pasture in two enclosures to the north and approximately 2 acres of amenity woodland to the east. There is separate gated access to both off the Bealsmill road. Entered off a no-through lane, the barn is positioned to one side of a yard providing generous off-road parking and turning space, and onto which also face the 22m x 19m Dutch barn with adjoining hay store, the stable yard and a concrete hardstanding of roughly 23m x 11m which leads to the sand school. Please note that the sand school is at present somewhat overgrown although drainage exists and so any buyer would need to consider re-lining and sanding it should they wish to return it to use.
The stable block, complete with water and power connections, consists of 4 boxes with accompanying tack room and store opening onto a concrete yard, with direct access or riding to the land by way of track or drover's lane. Beyond the stables are the nissen store building, measuring 45' x 18', with an internal inspection pit, and gated access to the amenity woodland as well as open access to the hay store abutting the Dutch barn. This area is also accessible from the lane via a double gate and provides ample turning and manoeuvring space for vehicles, making it ideal for deliveries.
Overall, whilst some internal redecoration and maintenance of the outside spaces would be desirable, this charming property offers a myriad of agricultural and equine possibilities with a delightful main residence to complete the picture. Due to the layout and scope of the site, we would really encourage a viewing to fully appreciate all that is provided.
Living/Dining Room - 25'2 x 22'9 (7.67m x 6.93m)
Breakfast Kitchen - 16'1 x 12'6 (4.90m x 3.81m)
Utility - 9'6 x 8'4 (2.90m x 2.54m)
Shower Room - 9'9 x 5'10 (2.97m x 1.78m)
LOWER GROUND FLOOR
Master Bedroom - 14'8 x 14'1 (4.47m x 4.29m)
Ensuite - 12'4 x 6'6 (3.76m x 1.98m)
Bedroom 2 - 13'9 max x 11'0 max (4.19m max x 3.35m max)
Bedroom 3 - 14'6 x 10'2 (4.42m x 3.10m)
Bedroom 4 - 10'5 x 10'2 (3.18m x 3.10m)
Bathroom - 7'8 x 6'0 (2.34m x 1.83m)
Stables and Yard
Box 1 - 12'10 x 11'10 (3.91m x 3.61m)
Box 2 - 12'0 x 11'11 (3.66m x 3.63m)
Tack Room - 12'4 x 9'11 (3.76m x 3.02m)
Box 3 - 12'8 x 12'3 (3.86m x 3.73m)
Store - 12'6 x 4'0 (3.81m x 1.22m)
Box 4 - 12'2 x 9'5 (3.71m x 2.87m)
Dutch Barn & Hay Store - approx 59' x 72' (approx 17.98m x 21.95m)
Nissen Store - approx 45' x 18' (approx 13.72m x 5.49m)
Woodland - approx 2 acres
Land - Above Town North - 2.27 acres
Land - Above Town South - 1.31 acres
There is mains electricity, oil-fired central heating, a bore-hole water supply and private drainage (no water rates payable).
Band E, Cornwall Council
A further 8.66 acres of land, at neighbouring Canna Park, is being sold by public auction through Ward & Chowen.
We would like to make prospective viewers aware that, as indicated on our plan, there is former mineshaft from Kingston Consuls mine located within the woodland.
From Tavistock, take the A390 to Callington. Pass through the village of Gunnislake and continue through St Ann's Chapel towards Callington, then take the right-hand turn for the B3257, signposted to Launceston. Continue on this road to Kelly Bay and turn right at the junction, then fork almost immediately to the right, signposted to Stoke Climsland. Continue to the village and pass through it, proceeding for a further mile whereupon the turning to Kingston will be found on your left, as signposted, and the property will be found down the no-through lane on the right-hand side.
Strictly by appointment with the vendor's agents, Ward & Chowen. To view this property, please contact our Tavistock branch on 01822 612458.
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