4 bedroom barn conversion for saleTrevengenow Farm, St. Ervan, Wadebridge, Cornwall
This outstanding and charming four bedroom barn conversion has been beautifully and skilfully converted by our clients some twenty years ago and is offered to the market for the very first time since its completion.
St Petrock Barn, formally part of Trevengenow Farm, was purchased by our clients as a derelict ruin some twenty two years ago and over the course of two years sympathetically created the delightful home it is today.
• A charming and substantial four bedroom barn conversion
• Converted some twenty years ago to a very high standard
• Detached two bedroom single storey barn conversion known as Little Barn
• Generous reception hall with spiral staircase to the first floor accommodation
• Exceptional open plan kitchen / dining / reception room with part vaulted ceiling
• Separate study with access to the gardens
• Ground floor bedroom with en suite shower room facilities and French doors providing access to the rear gardens
• Ground floor utility room and separate cloakroom / wc
• Three first floor bedrooms and a family bathroom
• The master bedroom features a spacious dressing room with fitted wardrobes and spacious en suite bathroom with separate shower cubicle.
• Detached triple carport and separate store room ideal for the storage of garden equipment and machinery
• Separate studio with shower room ideal for those buyers wishing to work from home
• A spacious cellar constructed from a concealed air raid shelter
• Gardens and grounds extending to approximately 1 acre including a vegetable garden, orchard, pond area and formal lawned gardens
• Far reaching country and sea views from the rear elevation
|The Property|| St Petrock Barn consists of a spacious four bedroom detached main residence with delightful reception rooms and high quality fixtures and fittings. In addition there is "Little Barn", a delightful two bedroom detached, single storey, barn conversion again completed to a high standard throughout. Attached to Little Barn is a self contained Studio area with separate shower room and cloakroom / WC.|
|. 1|| Completing the various array of buildings is a triple bay carport and attached store room together with a concealed air raid shelter used as storage.|
|. 2|| The main barn is entered via a timber door opening into a spacious reception hall which currently houses a circular dining room table which works well as a formal dining room. To one corner of the reception hall is an array of bespoke fitted book cases. To the opposite corner of the room is a wide shallow rise spiral staircase leading to the bedroom accommodation at first floor level. The flooring features large slate flooring providing a hard wearing surface for everyday use together with providing a wonderful feature which extends throughout the entire ground floor space.|
|. 3|| Sat next to the reception hall is the real heart of this home, a splendid 37ft open plan kitchen / dining / reception room. This room is such an impressive addition to this property with some splendid features including the high vaulted ceilings with exposed beams, circular open fireplace with circular chimney breast and flagstone flooring.|
|. 4|| To one end of this room is the kitchen area with central breakfast table. The kitchen itself features a generous range of base and wall mounted units complimented by white and grey granite work surfaces together with a modern range of cooking equipment. The kitchen also houses the Aga with double extractor hood above. This Aga is purely commissioned for cooking purposes only. Integrated within the kitchen units are built in electric oven, hob, dishwasher together with a tall standing fridge.|
|. 5|| Beyond the sitting area within this vast room are is separate study / office which provides a courtesy door to the gardens. For someone wishing to work from home this provides a separate entrance to the house which could be used exclusively for guests visiting the office area. Beyond the office is a store room which houses the fuse boxes and alarm panel equipment.|
|. 6|| To the northern end of the property is a ground floor bedroom which provides en suite shower room facilities. Within this bedroom are French doors which lead to the rear garden and provide exceptional views across the gardens and neighbouring farmers fields beyond. Completing the accommodation on the ground floor is a utility room with fitted units and sink with drainer. From here an internal door leads to the rear porch and in turn the gardens beyond. There is also a separate cloakroom / WC which sits next to the utility room. Throughout the entire first and second floor the property enjoys the benefits of under floor heating.|
|First Floor|| Arranged over the first floor level are three spacious bedrooms including the master suite and a family bathroom. Rather interestingly the vendors inform us the hardwood flooring on this floor has been reclaimed from a Naval Gym. The master bedroom itself is of a delightful size and has a large set of French doors opening to stone steps which descends into the rear garden. Within the master bedroom is a separate dressing room with a range of fitted wardrobes leading to an en suite bathroom with separate shower cubicle.|
|Little Barn|| Set within the grounds of the property is a detached single storey, two bedroom barn conversion known as Little Barn. Our clients have used this excellent space to accommodate visiting family and friends in recent years. The accommodation in brief comprises an open plan sitting / kitchen room leading to two bedrooms and family bathroom. For those buyers seeking an opportunity of creating a holiday let business this would be a perfect option as Little Barn sits away from the main residence and therefore would not offer huge intrusion to main property.|
|. 7|| Attached to Little Barn is a self contained Studio area with separate shower room and cloakroom / WC. This studio area again offers a potential working from home area or the option of using this space as an artist Studio or hobbies area. There is a large triangular window affording this room with plenty of natural light.|
|Outbuildings|| Adjacent to Little Barn is a triple bay carport with open vaulted roof space. There is a timber door to one end of the carport leading into a generous store room ideal for the storage of gardening machinery and equipment. This offers potential to convert the space into an additional property similar to Little Barn subject to planning consent.|
|Gardens & Grounds|| St Petrock Barn is approached through a set of large timber gates leading to a beautifully laid block driveway which leads beautifully to a large parking area in front of the main barn. There is a central turning area to one side of the barn in front of the carport. The majority of the formal gardens lie to the south & western side of the property and are mainly laid to lawn with plant and shrub borders. This formal garden space is extremely flat and level and provides a super space for children to run free or for formal dinner parties / alfresco dining. To one corner of the formal gardens is a sunken summer house with patio area perfect for escaping the sun or again for alfresco dining.|
|. 8|| There is a walled garden which the current owners have used to create a vegetable garden with a mature range of fruit trees, greenhouse and timber shed. This vegetable garden is extremely productive and a true credit to the current owners for creating such a wonderful area. Within the grounds is a concealed air raid shelter which the vendors use as a storage area.|
|Services|| The following services are available; mains electricity and mains water. Private drainage system. Heating is provided via Oil running to a combination boiler. Telephone line and broadband are connected|
|Location|| Made famous by the poet Sir John Betjeman in his anthology 'Summoned by Bells', the small hamlet of St. Ervan with its pretty church occupies a secluded, peaceful setting in north Cornwall, yet ideally positioned just three miles from the spectacular beaches of the north Cornish coast, about 4 miles from the popular fishing port of Padstow and the Camel Estuary and about the same distance from Newquay Airport at St. Mawgan. The fashionable market town of Wadebridge on the river Camel is some 8 miles to the east, whilst the main A30 and Paddington to Penzance rail line is at nearby Bodmin. Trevose Golf Club with its highly regarded links course at Constantine Bay. The world-famous Eden Project is approximately 16 miles to the south. St. Ervan is indeed a convenient place for many of the unrivalled attractions of north Cornwall and its coastline.|
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