5 bedroom detached house for saleTreworrick Lane, Liskeard, Cornwall, PL14
Sold STC £500,000
- Terrific Barn Conversion
- Gardens/Grounds in Excess of an Acre
- Annexe or Income Potential
- Superb Location
- Rural yet not Isolated
- Detached Double Garage & Workshop
- Impressive Entertaining Space
- Quiet and Private
A stunning and spacious detached BARN CONVERSION set in gardens and grounds extending to over ONE ACRE. Terrific barn conversion, gardens and grounds in excess of an acre, annexe or income potential, superb location, rural yet not isolated, detached double garage and workshop, impressive entertaining space, quiet and private. EPC Band E.
Situation - The lifestyle that this terrific property affords its residents is truly unique. Located less than a mile to the west of the pretty village of St Cleer on the south east flank of Bodmin Moor, approximately two miles north of the market town of Liskeard with a large range of shopping and other amenities expected from a thriving and busy market town including a mainline railway station with connections to London. The property is within easy commuting distance of both the county town of Truro and the maritime port of Plymouth.
The location will appeal to those looking for a home which is just off the beaten track but within easy reach of local amenities and the many beaches, stretches of coastline and beautiful rural landscapes of South East Cornwall. To the south are the characterful ports of Looe, Polperro and Fowey with their small fishing fleets. For sailing enthusiasts, Fowey has the Royal Fowey Yacht Club and a very popular annual Royal Regatta. Bodmin Moor is on the doorstep which has its own beauty and within it are Colliford and Siblyback lakes. This beautiful reservoir offers a wide range of activities beside or on the water, including rowing, sailing, windsurfing canoeing and top quality rainbow trout fishing. It also has a wakeboarding park.
At Liskeard is the A38 link road giving access to the city of Plymouth, with its superb range of shopping facilities including the Drake Circus shopping centre. There are regular cross channel ferry services to northern France and Spain, as well as five deep water marinas.
Description - Trelinhay is a well-presented barn conversion set in excess of an acre of remarkably level and easy to maintain gardens, intersected by a small stream. The house itself is set back from the quiet country lane and forms part of an exceptionally attractive group of buildings in an unspoilt hamlet surrounded by rolling fields. This beautifully converted barn is arranged over two levels with desperately pretty gardens, enjoying a high degree of privacy. The beautifully presented accommodation offers a high degree of flexibility.
Accommodation - This converted barn offers luxurious and spacious accommodation, traditionally laid out over two levels and, unlike some converted barns, Trelinhay is impressively bright and airy, the beautiful interior is bathed in natural light. The flexible accommodation is impressively presented in a contemporary yet classical style and extends to nearly 3,000 square feet, excluding the garage and workshop. Crossing the threshold is an impressive entrance hall leading to the reception open plan kitchen and family room.
The kitchen/family room becomes the heart of this delightful family home, with solid oak fronted kitchen cupboards and a freestanding central island. The Aga type cooker offers lovely background warmth and there is plenty of space for a breakfast table.
Beyond the kitchen is a dual aspect reception room, currently used as an informal sitting room, although it would make a fine formal dining room, with wood burning stove and French windows opening into the conservatory and out to the terrace perfect for al fresco dinning.
At the other end of the house is the sitting or drawing room, a lovely cosy room again with a dual aspect.
Beyond the family rooms is a section of the house which could easily be arranged to offer ancillary accommodation or separate space for guests or extended family members. Currently arranged as two bedrooms linked with their own staircase and sharing a bathroom, this area of the house offers vast potential.
To the first floor there are three additional bedrooms, the master enjoys its own en suite facilities and walk-in wardrobe.
Detached from the property on the other side of the garden is a large stone and slate building comprising double garage and workshop and storage areas.
Gardens & Grounds - The property is approached from a quiet country lane across a driveway that winds itself to a large hardstanding with masses of parkinig adjacent to the garage and workshop.
The grounds extend to 1.140 acres (0.461 ha). The majority of the grounds are laid to lawn, a small stream provides a delightful acoustic accompaniment to life at Trelinhay and those of a green fingered nature will value the potential that the grounds offer.
Tenure - Freehold.
Council Tax Band - Band B.
Services - Mains water and private drainage. Electric. Oil fired boiler with central heating.
Viewing/Negotiations - Strictly by appointment through Stags' Plymouth Office: 01752 223933 or Email: email@example.com.
Directions - Leaving the A38 at Liskeard, follow the directions to Siblyback Reservoir and pass though the village of St Cleer. Bear left by the forge and Blacksmiths and immediately turn right and follow this road until reaching the property on the left.
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