6 bedroom farm house for saleTrelavour Square, St. Dennis, St. Austell
- Farmhouse with 6 Bedrooms
- 3 Reception Rooms
- Kitchen & Utility
- Bathroom & Shower Room
- Requires Refurbishment
- 1 Bedroom Barn Conversion
- Open Plan Living Room
- Bedroom & Shower Room
- Vacant Possession
- No Chain
PERIOD FARMHOUSE & BARN CONVERSION FOR REFURBISHMENT A former farmhouse of ancient origins together with a separate cottage ideal for letting to provide extra income. Set in a wooded oasis towards the edge of the village and notably quiet and secluded. Six bedroom farmhouse with one bedroom Cottage, no chain and vacant possession. EPC - E
General Comments & Remarks - Once you have passed through the entrance gate into Hall Farm, it is hard to imagine you are within a built-up area. This fascinating property is tucked away within the village of St. Dennis, protected and sheltered by a number of trees and enjoying a degree of privacy more usually associated with a rural position. It is obviously an ancient site, and the ambience and maturity of the setting is very much part of its overall charm.
Hall Farm comprises a detached six bedroom farmhouse of character, two well equipped cottages presently used for holiday letting (but equally suited to more permanent use), some useful outbuildings including a 40' workshop and gardens and grounds estimated to be approaching half an acre. OFFERS ARE INVITED PRIOR TO POSSIBLE TENDER. Available in lots or as a whole. LOT 1 Hall Farm £500,000. LOT 2 Farmhouse and small barn £300,000. LOT 3 Cottage, double garage and 40' shed £200,000. LOT 4 Cottage and double garage £150,000. LOT 5 40' workshop (potential plot) £50,000.
St Dennis - St. Dennis is a strong village community set within the china clay district of mid-Cornwall just over two miles from the A30 which is the arterial route providing access to the whole of the county. The village has a variety of amenities for everyday use, including a selection of shops, post office, chemist, garage and primary school etc. More extensive facilities are available in St. Austell, which is about six to seven miles away and the city of Truro with its shops and fine shopping centre is now within approximately twenty minutes driving distance. North and south Cornish coasts are virtually equidistant and the resort of Newquay is approximately ten miles away.
The Farmhouse - This comprises a substantial well proportioned building of local stone and granite under a slated roof. Whilst modernised throughout and replacement double glazed units installed to the front elevation, the house contains a number of interesting features and a stone mullion window in the side elevation is evident of its very early origin. It offers spacious accommodation with central heating operated from a Parkray enclosed fire and with radiators in many of the rooms.
In greater detail the accommodation comprises (all measurements are approximate):
Ground Floor -
Entrance Porch - With leaded glass feature windows on two sides.
Hallway - With radiator and door providing access through to staircase leading to the first floor.
Sitting Room - 3.96m x 3.81m (13' x 12'6") - With period slate fireplace having inset grate with tiled surround and with stone benches in the fireplace recesses. Beamed ceiling, wall light and double glazed window to front elevation.
Lounge - 4.11m x 4.01m (13'6" x 13'2") - With period slate fireplace having inset grate with tiled surround, beamed ceiling and radiator. Double glazed window to front elevation and feature mullion window to the side.
Utility Room - 3.20m x 1.37m (10'6" x 4'6" ) - Extending to (2.13m) 7'. With radiator and work surface with plumbing facility for washing machine below.
Shower Room - With tiled shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin and w.c. Quarry tiled floor, extractor fan and large store cupboard.
Dining Room - 3.43m x 3.05m plus 0.99m recess (11'3" x 10' plus - Incorporating spiral staircase giving secondary access to the first floor. Parkray enclosed fire which serves the central heating, radiator and a range of fitted cupboards and matching wall cupboards forming a dresser. Beamed ceiling.
Kitchen - 3.35m x 1.70m plus 1.83m deep door recess (11' x 5 - Range of fitted units comprising base cupboards and matching wall mounted storage cupboard with work surfaces having one and a half bowl sink and drainer inset. Beamed ceiling and cupboard under the stairs.
First Floor -
Landing - With door through to inner landing.
Bedroom 1 - 4.42m x 2.82m 4.11m (14'6" x 9'3" 13'6" ) - Extending to 4.11m (13'6") into door recess. Double glazed window to front elevation and radiator.
Bedroom 2 - 3.51m x 3.20m (11'6" x 10'6") - With pedestal wash hand basin and radiator. Double glazed window to front elevation.
Bedroom 3 - 2.90m x 2.74m (9'6" x 9') - With double glazed window to front elevation.
Bedroom 4 - 4.22m x 2.74m 3.58m (13'10" x 9' 11'9") - Extending to 3.58m (11'9"). Radiator.
Bedroom 5 - 3.20m x 1.78m (10'6" x 5'10") -
Bedroom 6/Back Landing - 3.20m x 2.21m (10'6" x 7'3") - With a range of built-in cupboards including airing cupboard with insulated cylinder and electric immersion heater. The secondary spiral staircase descends from this room to the dining room.
Bathroom - With bath on claw foot complete with shower fitting, pedestal wash hand basin and W.C. Radiator.
Shower Room - With shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin and w.c. Xpelair extractor fan, heated towel rail and ceramic tiled floor.
The Cottage - Is of similar construction to the Farmhouse but incorporates a stone bearing the date of 1778. The accommodation is arranged on the reversed principle and comprises;
Ground Floor -
Hallway - With beamed ceiling and access to W.C.
Bedroom 1 - 3.81m x 2.44m (12'6" x 8') - With beamed ceiling, courtesy light with shaver point, wall lights and fitted double wardrobe. Access through to:-
Shower Room - With tiled shower cubicle and wash hand basin with Xpelair extractor fan.
First Floor -
Open Plan Living Room - 0.30m`1.98m x 3.71m (1`6'6" x 12'2") - Being a light dual aspect room with the kitchen area fitted with sink unit and a range of base cupboards with work surfaces. Airing cupboard containing hot water cylinder and electric immersion heater.
Outside - A shrub lined driveway leads into the property from Trelavour Square and a number of mature trees provide privacy and shelter. Areas of garden have been attractively landscaped with lawn and complementing flower and shrub borders and a separate area has been designated for each respective dwelling. Dry stone walls extend around the rear of the property and the larger cottage has a granite paved terrace, also at the rear.
Services - Mains water, electricity and drainage. Telephone connected subject to British Telecom regulations.
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, 9 Cathedral Lane, Truro, TR1 2QS. Telephone: 01872 242244 or 3 Quayside Arcade, St. Mawes, Truro TR2 5DT. Telephone 01326 270008.
Directions - The Commercial Inn is set at the top of Trelavour Square and access into Hall Farm is through the white painted gate to one side of the pub.
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