4 bedroom barn conversion for sale

Gorran, St. Austell

Guide Price £695,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Detached Barn conversion
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Or Three & Study
  • Kitchen/dining Room
  • Master bedroom en suite
  • Well presented gardens
  • Parking and double garage
  • Oil fired central heating
  • Marine and coastal views
  • Stunning Location

Full description

**DETACHED BARN CONVERSION IN STUNNING LOCATION**
Occupying a beautiful position affording valley and sea views to Caerhays beach is this charming, detached four bedroom barn conversion. The property has been updated to a superb standard by our current clients and provides spacious accommodation throughout, comprising two reception rooms, four bedrooms, two bathrooms, utility room and a WC. Other benefits include well presented gardens, planning permission for an annexe, oil fired central heating, generous off road parking and a double garage.
An internal inspection is strongly recommended. EPC - E.

The Property - Philip Martin are delighted to bring to the market this attractive and spacious detached four bedroom barn conversion. The property occupies a stunning position, from where it affords panoramic views over the rolling countryside, wooded valley, Caerhays Beach and to the coastline beyond. The barn has been modernised by our clients to a beautiful standard and now offers well presented, spacious accommodation throughout. Externally the gardens are a true delight, with large areas laid to lawn affording sea views, planted beds stocked with various flowers and palms as well as patio areas enjoying the fine views. Internally, the property retains many character features including a log burner to the living room, a bespoke farmhouse style kitchen with feature Aga and timber beams. The two storey accommodation currently provides; entrance porch, entrance hall, living room, open plan kitchen dining room, utility room, study/bedroom 4 and a cloakroom to the ground floor, with three bedrooms (Master en suite) and a family bathroom to the first floor. Other benefits include oil fired central heating, double garage and generous off road parking. An internal inspection is strongly recommended.

The Location - The hamlet of Rescassa is set within totally rural surroundings just over a mile from Gorran Churchtown and nearly two miles from the harbourside village of Gorran Haven. At Gorran Churchtown there is a parish church, public house and a local primary school and in Gorran Haven there is a bakery and various other facilities including those geared to the tourist industry. One of the most notable attractions of the position is the nearness of the southwest coast path and the beach at Porth Luney Cove (Caerhays) which is exceptional. Notwithstanding the quiet nature of the location the hamlet is easily accessible to both Truro and St. Austell and both of these busy centres are within approximately half an hour driving distance. Other attractions of the area include The Lost Gardens of Heligan and Lobbs farm shop (just over 2 miles from the property) and the Eden Project which is just east of St. Austell. The whole area is recognised as being of outstanding natural beauty and this includes the entirety of the nearby Roseland Peninsula.

In greater detail the accommodation comprises (all measurements are approximate):

Entrance Porch - Side aspect glazed door opens into the porch. Front and side aspect double glazed windows. Slate flooring. Wall lights. Glazed door opens into the entrance hall.

Entrance Hall - Stairs rise to serve the first floor. Under stairs storage cupboard. Radiator. Carpet. Wall lights. Doors to; living room and kitchen dining room.

Kitchen Dining Room - A beautiful open plan L shape room, with dual aspect windows affording a light and spacious dining setting.

Kitchen Area - 3.89m x 3.66m (12'9 x 12') - Rear aspect double glazed patio doors opening to the garden. A well appointed bespoke kitchen, fitted with a range of wall and base cabinets incorporating cupboards and drawers, black granite work tops, an inset "Belfast" sink with central tap and drainer, and tiling to the up stand. A feature oil fired Aga with four ovens, three hot plates, tiled surround and down lights above. Under counter space and plumbing for a dishwasher. Tiled floor. Wall lights. Ceiling down lights. Under cabinet lighting. Ceiling beams. Door to the utility room. Open plan to the dining room.

Dining Area - 6.10m x 3.48m (20' x 11'5) - Front aspect double glazed window with deep slate sill. Double glazed bi folding patio doors opening to the garden and affording sea & countryside views. A beautiful open dining space with dual aspect windows affording generous amount of light, perfect for social gatherings and dining. Tiled floor. Ceiling beams. Radiator. Telephone point. Door to study/bedroom 4.

Living Room - 6.25m x 3.89m (20'6 x 12'9) - Side aspect double glazed window with deep slate sill. Side aspect door opening to the garden. Rear aspect double glazed patio doors opening to the garden and affording sea views. Feature fireplace with an inset log burner, slate hearth, stone surround and timber mantle above. Wall lights. Carpet. Two radiators. Ceiling beams. Television aerial point. Telephone point.

Utility Room - 4.27m x 2.44m (14' x 8') - Side aspect glazed door opens to the front garden. Base cabinets incorporating cupboards, work top above with an inset stainless steel sink drainer and under counter space & plumbing for a washing machine. Floor standing oil fired central heating boiler. Space for an upright fridge freezer. Tiled floor. Ceiling lights. Cupboard housing the wall mounted consumer unit.

Cloakroom - Close coupled WC and a wall mounted wash hand basin. Wall lights. Tiled floor. Extractor fan.

Study/Bedroom 4 - 2.97m x 2.44m (9'9 x 8') - Rear aspect double glazed window with slate sill. Wall lights. Ceiling beams. Tiled floor. Dado rail. Telephone point. Radiator.

First Floor -

Gallery Landing - Front aspect floor to ceiling window. Long gallery landing with doors opening to; three bedrooms and a bathroom. Wall lights. Carpet. Airing cupboard housing the water cylinder and shower power unit.

Master Bedroom - 6.40m x 4.04m (21' x 13'3) - A beautiful spacious master bedroom with triple aspect windows affording good levels of light. Front and side aspect double glazed windows with deep slate sill to the side window. Rear aspect double glazed doors opening to present a Juliette balcony, affording superb marine and countryside views. Radiator. Telephone point. Wall lights. Carpet. Door to the en-suite.

En Suite - 2.97m x 2.18m (9'9 x 7'2) - Narrowing to 6'9. Rear aspect double glazed window with slate sill affording sea views. A modern white suite comprising; large shower cubicle with glass doors and a power shower, vanity wash hand basin with a marble sink and cabinet below, and a close coupled WC. Tiled walls and floor. Towel rail radiator. Ceiling light. Wall light. Extractor fan.

Bedroom 2 - 4.65m x 3.51m (15'3 x 11'6) - Rear aspect double glazed windows with slate sills affording sea views. Loft access hatch. Carpet. Radiator. Wall lights.

Bedroom 3 - 4.11m x 3.86m (13'6 x 12'8) - Side and rear aspect double glazed windows with slate sills affording views as in Bedrooms 1 & 2. Built in wardrobes providing hanging and storage space. Radiator. Wall light. Carpet.

Bathroom - 2.79m x 2.16m (9'2 x 7'1) - Narrowing to 6'6. Side aspect double glazed window. A modern white suite comprising; panelled P shape bath with a central mixer tap and wall mounted "Mira" electric shower above. Close coupled WC. Pedestal wash hand basin. Tiled walls and floor. Radiator. Ceiling down lights. Extractor fan. Wall light.

Outside - Front - The front gardens are chiefly laid to low maintenance stone chippings which provides off road parking for several vehicles, accessed via remote controlled electric wooden gates. Cornish stone walling with planted flowers and shrubs. Oil tank for the central heating. A gated access to the far West elevation provides further parking, accessed via a lane from the road. Stone wood shed and log store to one side.

Rear - The rear gardens are a true delight and have been well presented by our clients, chiefly laid to lawn with various planted beds, stocked with a range of flowers, palms, shrubs and herbaceous plants. The large open lawn areas also benefit from breath taking countryside, valley and coastal views. There are patio areas laid to stone chippings and planted with flowers and shrubs, as well as a slate patio area from the kitchen dining room providing an Al Fresco dining space. A Cornish stone wall with further garden to one side, planted with mature trees, shrubs, bushes and laid to loose stone chippings.

Double Garage - 5.82m x 5.13m (19'1 x 16'10) - Double garage with two front aspect, manual up and over doors. Rear and side aspect windows. Power and light. Loft storage.

Information - Our current clients have planning permission for an annexe to be built on the West elevation of the property. The documents and plans can be found on the Cornwall Council planning portal under PA17/04615.

Our clients currently rent a portion of the rear garden from Caerhays Estate. This was undertaken on a 20 year lease with currently 8 years remaining. It is likely that this agreement can be continued with any new purchaser but it will need to be discussed with the Caerhays Estate.

Services - Mains water and electricity. Septic tank drainage. Oil fired central heating.

Tenure - Freehold.

Council Tax - Band F.

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 - From Truro proceed in an easterly direction on the A39 and after leaving the village of Grampound, turn right signposted to Mevagissey. Follow this road for a short distance and take the left hand turning sign posted for Mevagissey. Continue on this road until you reach the junction near to the Lost Gardens of Heligan and take the right hand turn signposted for St Ewe and Gorran. Follow this road for quite some time until you reach a junction sign posted as Gorran High Lanes and take the right hand turn sign posted for Rescassa. Follow this road down into the hamlet of Rescassa and the gated entrance to the property can be found on your right hand side.

From St Austell proceed towards Mevagissey on the B3273, continuing through Pentewan and taking the right hand junction at the top of the hill sign posted for Gorran Haven and St Ewe. Follow this road along passing The Lost Gardens of Heligan and follow this road for quite some time until you reach a junction sign posted as Gorran High Lanes and take the right hand turn sign posted for Rescassa. Follow this road down into the hamlet of Rescassa and the gated entrance to the property can be found on your right hand side.


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  • St. Austell (6.6 mi)
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01872 490030 Local call rate

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