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3 bedroom terraced house for sale

Veryan, Truro

Guide Price £575,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Elm Cottage - Period Village House
  • Elm Barn - Studio Barn
  • The Carthouse - One Bed Barn
  • Quiet Location
  • Beautifully Presented
  • 1800 Sq ft of Accommodation
  • Oil Central Heating
  • Huge Income Potential
  • West Facing Rear Garden
  • Rural Outlook to the West

Full description

PERIOD HOUSE WITH TWO CONVERTED BARNS - HUGE INCOME POTENTIAL A truly rare package situated in the heart of this exceptional Roseland village. A 2/3 bedroom period house which is immaculately presented throughout together with two converted barns, a studio barn with mezzanine bedroom and a superb one bedroom barn both of which offer huge potential for holiday or long term letting or for dependant relatives. Over 1800 square feet of accommodation in total. MUST BE VIEWED.

PERIOD HOUSE WITH TWO CONVERTED BARNS - HUGE INCOME POTENTIAL

The Package - Elm Cottage, Elm Barn and The Carthouse all form part of this sale. Elm Cottage is a wonderful period house, Elm Barn is a delightful studio barn with a mezzanine bedroom and The Carthouse is a superb one bedroom barn conversion. There are many options for a potential buyer although there is huge income potential as the barns are perfect for holiday, long term letting or even bed & breakfast. The barns also offer valuable accommodation as an extension to the main house ideal for guests or dependant relatives.

Veryan - Veryan lies in the heart of the Roseland Peninsula on the south Cornish coast, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and famed for its beautiful countryside, harbourside villages, golden beaches and popular stretch of the South West Coastal Path. Just a mile away are the safe, sandy beaches of Pendower and Carne, recently named by The Sunday Times in the top ten best beaches in Britain and the neighbouring village of Portloe is one of the few remaining unspoilt fishing villages left in Cornwall. The elegant sailing resort of St Mawes is eight miles away and the Cathedral City of Truro, eleven miles distant, offers a wide range of commercial facilities, schools and direct rail link to London. The area has long been one of the most the desired locations in the UK, both to live and vacation.

Elm Cottage - Elm Cottage offers wonderful light rooms with surprisingly high ceilings and in all comprises a large open plan kitchen/dining room with Rayburn, sitting room, study and shower room to the ground floor. To the first floor there is a large master bedroom (originally two bedrooms) a further double bedroom and bathroom with a converted attic room to the second floor. Period detail includes feature fireplaces, clome oven, wood panelled period doors and a beautiful picture window on the landing.

Elm Cottage was built around the mid 19th century, positioned between two cottages in what used to be known as 'pig lane'. Historically unchanged from its original use when the current owner began renovating the cottage and the old barns.

Entrance Hall - A turning staircase rises to the first floor with storage cupboard under. Night storage heater. Doors to the sitting room, dining room and kitchen, study, shower room, understairs storage cupboard and staircase.

Sitting Room - 3.05m x 3.53m (10' x 11'7") - A light and cosy room with open fireplace, slate hearth and wood surround. The double glazed period style sash window overlooks the front garden.

Kitchen/Dining Room - 3.02m x 8.74m (9'11" x 28'8" ) - Large dual aspect kitchen/dining room with double glazed sash windows to the front and rear with additional velux window and double glazed door at the rear to maximise the light. French Blue kitchen with a built in double oven with ceramic hob over and extractor hood. A Rayburn sits within the fireplace and is used for cooking, heating the water and bathroom radiator. There is space for a fridge and dishwasher and there is an additional built in fridge with display cupboard over.

Study - 2.18m x 2.69m (7'2" x 8'10" ) - With double glazed window to the rear and night storage heater.

Shower Room - 1.70m x 1.32m (5'7" x 4'4" ) - A contemporary shower room with walk in shower cubicle with glazed folding door, low flush W.C. and wash basin, slate floor, tiled walls, heated towel rail and window to side.

Landing - A beautiful turning staircase leads to the first floor landing and has a tall picture window with stained glass overlooking the rear gardens and storage cupboards above. Doors to the bedrooms and bathroom and a further staircase leads to the attic room.

Bedroom One - 3.12m x 6.45m (10'3" x 21'2") - A wonderful elegant dual aspect bedroom to enjoy the morning, afternoon and evening light with delightful views over the village and countryside beyond. There is a generous dressing/sitting area with built-in wardrobes and original attractive decorative fireplace.

Bedroom Two - 3.20m x 3.18m (10'6" x 10'5" ) - A double bedroom with built-in wardrobe and window overlooking the front with village and rural views.

Bathroom - 2.77m x 2.26m (9'1" x 7'5") - Double glazed sash window to the rear enjoying the gardens and rural outlook. Panelled bath, W.C, bidet and wash basin, heated towel rail, radiator, part tiled walls, airing cupboard and further storage cupboards.

Attic Room - 5.46m x 3.89m (17'11" x 12'9") - Once the old apple store, this is now used as a children's bedroom/playroom with velux window, small glass brick window to the south, built-in wardrobe and two doors leading to eaves storage.

Elm Barn - Once the stable this recent refurbished pitched roof stone barn is now a separate annexe, which has been used by family members, as a long term let and more recent as a holiday let.

Living Room - 4.83m x 3.28m (15'10" x 10'9") - Open plan with tiled floor, wide half glazed door and window to front, built in cupboards and kitchen area with ceramic butlers sink with cupboards under and two ring ceramic hob on a kitchen unit with further cupboards. There is a sitting area, stairs to the mezzanine bedroom and door to the shower room.

Shower Room - 1.60m x 1.45m (5'3" x 4'9") - With corner shower, W.C and wash basin, tiled floor and walls, extractor and heated towel rail.

Mezzanine Bedroom - 1.91m x 3.28m (6'3" x 10'9") - Stairs lead to the mezzanine bedroom are with sloped ceilings and Velux windows, two fitted single beds and access to a large storage area.

The Carthouse - The Carthouse is the most recent renovation project, now offering contemporary accommodation and has been used for extended family visits and a holiday let.

Living Room - 3.28m x 3.56m (10'9" x 11'8") - French doors lead from a paved patio into the living room with tiled floor, further window and kitchen area fitted with a butlers sink, two ring ceramic hob and fridge, radiator.

Bedroom - 3.02m x 3.56m (9'11" x 11'8") - With two windows and a Velux window. Built-in closet with generous hanging and storage space, radiator.

Wet Room - 1.47m x 2.34m (4'10" x 7'8") - With slate tiled floor fitted with under floor heating, stainless linear drain, power shower, W.C and wash basin.

Utility/Store - 3.71m x 2.69m (12'2" x 8'10") - With window to front, worktops with space and plumbing for washing machine, dryer and freezer. Worcester Combi boiler for The Carthouse and Elm barn, separate tank room for oil fired Rayburn.

Outside - The gardens to the front are mostly paved and inset with LED lights. There is hedging to each side for privacy and some colourful flowering shrubs. A central paved paths leads to the front door. At the rear is another paved patio area and access to the barns. The Carthouse has a sheltered paved patio and outdoor oven. Sheltered and west facing to enjoy the afternoon and evening sun, the main garden is mostly to lawn with raised patio with pretty rockery and old Cornish stone wall overlooking the rural landscape beyond. There is a shared right of way from the lane, via the side neighbouring cottage to access the rear. Historically this vehicular access was used for the horse and cart, it is now suited to small cars, bikes or pedestrians.

Council Tax - Council tax Band D.

Elm Cottage - Mains electric, water and drainage. Oil fired Rayburn provides hot water and heating in the main house and with night storage heaters.

Elm Barn - Electric heating and LPG gas for hot water.

The Carthouse - LPG gas central heating.

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, 3 Quayside Arcade, St. Mawes, Truro TR2 5DT. Telephone 01326 270008 or 9 Cathedral Lane, Truro, TR1 2QS. Telephone: 01872 242244

Directions - Proceeding into the village from the Tregony direction passing Veryan Green continue through to the centre of the village passing the village hall and school on the right hand side. We advise walking alongside the school with the gates on your right hand side and the property will be found along the square on your right. This road ultimately leads to the junction opposite the New Inn public house.

A truly rare package situated in the heart of this exceptional Roseland village. A 2/3 bedroom period house which is immaculately presented throughout together with two converted barns, a studio barn with mezzanine bedroom and a superb one bedroom barn both of which offer huge potential for holiday or long term letting or for dependant relatives. Over 1800 square feet of accommodation in total.
MUST BE VIEWED.


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