4 bedroom country house for saleMilltown, Nr Lostwithiel
Guide Price £1,100,000
- TWO GRADE II LISTED HOUSES
- CONVERTED AND EXTENSIVELY RESTORED
- APPROXIMATELY 2 ACRES OF GROUNDS
- 4 & 3 BEDROOMS
- INCOME POTENTIAL
- EPC EXEMPT
AN EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE TWO GRADE II LISTED HOUSES CONVERTED & EXTENSIVELY RESTORED, SET IN APPROXIMATELY 2 ACRES OF GROUNDS. These stunning properties offer 4 & 3 beds, plus former piggeries with permission for additional conversion, in a beautiful valley setting close to the Fowey Estuary.
Two impressive and delightful detached Grade II listed historic houses, which have been imaginatively converted from Model Farm buildings. Extensively and painstakingly restored and rebuilt with no expense spared, the owners have created two considerable and exceptional properties with outbuildings in approximately two acres of grounds.
A wonderful opportunity to acquire two totally unique and remarkable houses with 4 and 3 bedrooms respectively, plus former piggeries with permission for an additional conversion. Set in a delightfully quiet, semi-rural location, yet within a small hamlet community, Castle Farm offers the ideal scenario of privacy without isolation. The current owners, being based abroad, have used Castle farm as their English second home. Furthermore, the properties have generated income for the family, having been actively marketed as luxury holiday homes. For those seeking a change of lifestyle, Castle Farm provides a business opportunity, as well as the chance to live in a beautiful location, with delightful towns and villages close by, in this sought after corner of the West Country.
Cow Barn - A superb conversion offering generous and flexible accommodation, comprises:
Ground Floor - Full length Entrance Hall: heated wood flooring and toughened glass panels displaying the original stone floor exposed below.
Further Internal hall: wooden staircase to first floor, understairs cupboard below, plus a study area.
15m long Kitchen/ Dining Room: A fabulous open plan area which really does form the heart of this handsome home. With a wealth of exposed stonework and beams, featuring a most unusual and impressive central four sided fireplace on a stone and slate plinth creating a marvellous centrepiece. Heated wood and tiled flooring. Fitted light wood units with tiled worktops, integrated dishwasher and fridge, Belfast style sink with chrome period style mixer tap, Rangemaster dual fuel range cooker with matching filter hood over.
Sitting Room: a super spacious yet snug room with exposed stone work, granite fireplace with wooden lintel, staircase to master bedroom, recessed cupboard, heated wood flooring.
Linen Room: plenty of storage, containing the controls for the heating etc. Underfloor heating.
Laundry Room: painted wood unit with tiled worktop, Belfast style sink and mixer tap, space and plumbing for washing machine, tumble drier. Boiler. Heated tiled flooring.
W.C. White wc, Belfast Sink with mixer tap, half tiled walls, extractor fan, underfloor heating.
First Floor - Galleried Landing: wooden balustrade galleried landing under a vaulted ceiling, exposed timbers and rooflight. Doors to:-
Bedroom 2: Vaulted ceiling, exposed timbers and stone, double glazed window, recessed wardrobe, heated wood flooring, sliding door to
En-suite shower room: Shower enclosure with Mira Excel mixer shower. Wash hand basin and w.c, two heated towel rails, exposed ceiling timbers, roof window, store cupboard, underfloor heating.
Bedroom 3: Vaulted ceiling, exposed ceiling timbers and stone, double glazed window, recessed wardrobe, heated wood flooring, sliding door to
Jack and Jill En-suite Bathroom: White panel bath with Mira Excel Shower over, his and hers wash hand basins, concealed cistern w.c, two heated towel rails, exposed ceiling timbers, two roof windows, store cupboard, underfloor heating, extractor fan, door to:-
Bedroom 4: Vaulted ceiling exposed ceiling timbers and stone, roof window, recessed wardrobe, heated wood flooring, door to landing.
Master Bedroom: stairs from the sitting room lead past the Wine Store and store cupboard to a door opening to The Old Stables. This stunning room has a high vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers, dual aspect windows overlooking the garden, heated wood flooring, fitted wardrobes, door to:-
En-suite Bathroom: Shower enclosure with Mira Excel mixer shower. White panel bath with period style chrome mixer tap and hand shower attachment, his and hers wash hand basins, white w.c, two heated towel rails, exposed ceiling timbers, roof window, window to the front. Fully tiled walls, extractor fan.
Mill Barn - Created from a collection of farm buildings including the Threshing Barn, Bull Pen, Water Mill and Granary, standing on reputedly the tallest staddle stones in Cornwall, comprises:
A short flight of granite steps lead up to the front door opening to:-
First Floor - Open Plan Kitchen/ Dining/ Living Room: a spectacular room with a real wow factor, imaginatively converted to make a real feature of the remarkable vaulted ceiling and exposed stonework and granite, flooded with light through the traditional and roof windows. Heated flooring throughout. Double sided wood burner in the centre of the room. A delight is the window looking into the preserved workings of the Grist Mill and waterwheel. The kitchen comprises a range of fitted light wood units with woodblock worktops, integrated dishwasher and fridge, and freezer, Belfast style sink with chrome period style mixer tap, Rangemaster dual fuel range cooker with matching filter hood over. Generous space for dining table and chairs. From here a wooden staircase leads to Ground Floor. At the far end of the room a door opens to
Master Bedroom: The Old Granary is approached through its own glass hall, cleverly architect designed to connect the two buildings. Plenty of windows making a very light room, lovely vaulted ceiling, stable door giving access to the garden, fitted wardrobe. The original grain bins have been ingeniously upcycled into the
En-suite shower room: Shower with enclosure with Mira Excel mixer shower, extractor fan and heated towel rail. Wash Room: white wash hand basin, w.c., extractor fan and heated towel rail.
Ground Floor - Hall: Heated cobblestone floor, timber posts supporting beamed ceiling, stable door to main drive, large cupboard, door to:-
Bedroom Two: Window with deep sill, further window, both with granite surrounds and wood lintels. Heated wood flooring, timber supports, fitted wardrobe, door to:-
En-suite Wet Room: Heated tiled floor wet room, Mira Excel Shower, white wash hand basin, white w.c., extractor fan and heated towel rail.
Bedroom Three: A charming room with vaulted ceiling, exposed timbers, stone and granite walls, heated wood flooring, glazed doors opening to cobbled courtyard, high level window with granite sill.
Bathroom: White suite comprising panel bath with period style chrome mixer tap and hand shower attachment, wash hand basin, white w.c, heated towel rails, exposed ceiling timbers, fully tiled walls, extractor fan.
Laundry: White tiles worktops with tiled splashbacks, stainless steel sink with mixer tap, space and plumbing for washing machine and dryer, high level window, heated tile floor.
Boiler Room: Worcester boiler, linen cupboard, store cupboard and worktop, tiled floor.
Directions - From Lostwithiel proceed west towards St Austell, take the left hand turning signed FOWEY. After about 1 mile turn left signed to CASTLE, following the lane into a valley, bearing left at the bottom. After a few hundred yards in the bottom of the valley, turn right between a barn conversion and the gated entrance for castle House. Castle Farm will be found on the right hand side, the main driveway being the second entrance.
Outside - Two Driveways that can be used to separate Cow Barn and Mill Barn.
Mill Barn: Benefits from a large covered area beneath the Granary used for storing wood and garden items, and a lovely private lawned garden, perfect for outdoor dining.
Cow Barn: To the front are two lawned areas, one with a naturally fed slate water trough feature, the second being surrounded by beautiful granites, with a central millstone now used as a pond. Outside the front door is a large granite chipped terrace, smaller cobbled terrace and plenty of gravelled parking. A path leads from the front door to the huge main lawn, lined with ancient trees, bamboos and rhododendrons, concealing lots of hidden corners, ideal for children to run around in to their hearts content. A camouflaged large outbuilding contains the private water storage and treatment plant, and hook up point for emergency generator. A large yard close to the house provides:-
Cart House: The former cart house has been converted to provide a Tractor Shed (15 x 13), Car Port (15 x 133) with access to store over the Garage (144 x 103), with double doors and a window.
Piggeries: currently used as walled courtyards for romantic alfresco dining, planning permission was granted in 2001 (now lapsed) for conversion to an additional holiday let dwelling.
Services - None of the services, systems or appliances at the property have been tested by the agents
Local Authority - Cornwall Council, Penwinnick Road, St Austell, Cornwall
Viewings - Strictly by appointment with the Owners Agents: May, Whetter & Grose, Estuary House, Fore Street, Fowey, Cornwall. PL23 1AH Tel: 01726 832299 E: email@example.com
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