3 bedroom equestrian facility for saleBowling Green, Bugle, St. Austell, Cornwall, PL26
Sold STC £490,000
- With about 8.5 acres of land and good out riding
- THE FARMHOUSE
- Three large reception rooms
- Beautifully appointed kitchen, large utility room, cloakroom and w.c.
- Three double bedrooms and a large luxury bathroom
- Oil fired central heating
- THE OLD BULL HOUSE
- One bedroom, open plan kitchen/dining room and shower room/w.c.
- Good outbuildings including stables and a garden room
The property is about two miles only from the world famous Eden Project and close to a country and cycle trail at the bottom of the lane. The property is in a popular area for out riding. The small settlement of Bowling Green is located close by and the village of Luxulyan is just over a mile away. The property is a short drive from the beautiful south Cornwall coast and the large town facilities available in St Austell.
This comprises first the main farmhouse located at the top of its private entrance lane which is shared with a neighbouring barn conversion.
LITTLE LAVREAN FARMHOUSE
The restoration of the house has been finished to a high standard and benefits from large scale accommodation throughout. The accommodation has oil fired central heating to radiators and most floors to the ground floor are finished with large modern slates.
The front entrance hall has a door to the right to the dining room which its attractive slate surround fireplace with inset tiles and then to the left the sitting room has a Villager multi fuel stove unit. A few steps lead up to the further large reception room with outlook to the rear and a stable door out and high vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers.
The rear hall has a door to the right to the kitchen which is beautifully finished with a range of solid oak floor cabinets incorporating a white ceramic sink with drainer and pillar taps, a Rangemaster range cooker with six propane gas hobs and wide ducted extractor hood over, some wall cabinets forming glass cabinets with glazed doors and incorporating a fitted dishwasher.
There is a large utility room with stable door to the outside and oil fired central heating boiler and there is also a cloakroom with low level w.c. and wash hand basin.
On the first floor a half landing has a deep window enjoying the fine views for many miles. The beautifully appointed large bathroom has a roll edge bath with ball and claw feet, large walk-in shower cubicle, vertical heated towel rail/radiator, pedestal wash hand basin and low level w.c. The three double bedrooms are all of generous sizes.
THE OLD BULL HOUSE
This comprises this small one bedroom single storey barn conversion with most of the structure now nearing completion but not fitted out. Planning consent was granted on the 2nd April 2015 under Decision No. PA15/01343 for change of use from outbuilding to a one bedroom dwelling. This is considered ideal for potential holiday lettings or for permanent residential occupation.
The main house has most attractive gardens with neat lawns, flower borders and to the eastern side of the drive and parking area a further and attractive enclosed garden with mature hedges and trees. To the rear this is also well enclosed this is also well enclosed with lawns and other areas finished in chippings and like the front garden is well enclosed with mature stone walls. A detached outside utility room has an old copper in one corner and is well finished with a Belfast sink, slate drainers to each side, a fitted range of floor cabinets and a vaulted ceiling. A garden room is set at the back of the garden of just under 23' x 11' deep with raised planters. Behind this in the field there are three substantial loose boxes and a further workshop and store. Adjoining The Old Bull House is a garage or utility room measuring internally about 14'6" deep x 13' wide and above this is a studio unit with outside staircase measuring about 11' x 9'5". From here the fine views over the land and for some distance beyond can be enjoyed.
PLEASE NOTE: This building does not have planning consent.
All fields are in permanent pasture at present.
On entering Bugle from the north, at the traffic lights in the middle of the village turn left to Penwithick. Just after leaving the village, take the first turning left to Bowling Green. At the end of the road turn left and after a short distance turn right to Luxulyan. Little Lavrean is a short distance down this lane on the left.
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