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4 bedroom barn conversion for sale

Roseland Peninsula

Guide Price £565,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 4 Bedrooms
  • Sitting Room
  • Kitchen/Dining Room
  • Bathroom
  • Modern Barn/Workshop
  • 10 Acres
  • Large Yard
  • Hamlet Setting
  • Superb Rural Views
  • Huge Potential

Full description

10 ACRE SMALLHOLDING Modern detached barn/workshop with potential, three paddocks of pasture and woodland. Ample parking and delightful gardens. MUST BE VIEWED.

10 ACRE ROSELAND SMALLHOLDING

The Property - Viewing Absolutely Essential - A truly wonderful package on the Roseland Peninsula. Reskivers Barn is larger than first apparent having been extended in recent years and offering family size accommodation. The grounds are delightful and comprise; three paddocks, two are laid to pasture and a further paddock has been planted with a variety of trees. This is subject to a Forestry Grant which gives an income of approximately £450 per annum. A large yard provides ample vehicular parking and turning space and potential for garaging and/or stabling (subject to gaining any necessary consent). A modern detached barn/workshop sits to one side of the yard and this has huge potential to create guest accommodation (subject to consents). The gardens are delightful, boasting fine views over the surrounding countryside and include an orchard, a courtyard and a vegetable patch. The barn currently comprises; kitchen/dining room, sitting room, inner hall, bathroom and four bedrooms. The accommodation is double glazed.

The Roseland - Reskivers is essentially a hamlet about half a mile from the village of Tregony and mostly comprising a nucleus of individual cottages and larger traditional properties. It is a delightful hamlet with most of the houses accessed from an unmade lane just off the A3078 Truro to St. Mawes road and this particular property lies well away from the road and passing traffic.
Tregony is a thriving village sometimes referred to as the "Gateway to the Roseland" about seven miles from Truro with local facilities including general store, public house, churches and both primary and secondary schools. Scenic attractions of the Roseland peninsula are within easy driving distance and include the communities of Portloe, Portholland, Portscatho and Ruanlanihorne. It is ideally situated for riding, sailing and other water pursuits and many of the beaches and coastal land around the peninsula are owned and protected by the National Trust. Newquay airport is about thirty five minutes driving distance, there is a main line railway link to London (Paddington) at Truro and St. Austell and a local bus will stop in Reskivers.

In greater detail the accommodation comprises (all measurements are approximate):

Kitchen/Dining Room - 5.13m x 5.13m (16'10" x 16'10") - A light and sociable space with a range of fitted base units with roll top worktops over, tiled splashbacks and double bowl porcelain sink and drainer inset. Freestanding larder units included in the sale. Electric Leisure range cooker with extractor hood over and space for upright fridge/freezer. French doors leading out to the garden and window to the rear. Multi paned door to front and full height window overlooking front courtyard. Loft access. Door to:-

Sitting Room - 5.13m x 4.75m (16'10" x 15'7") - Focusing to a wood burner (with back boiler) set on a slate hearth. Two windows to rear, loft access, three bracket lights and t.v. and telephone points. Display niche, loft access and steps down to:-

Inner Hall - Having a slate tiled floor and with stable door and window to the rear. Electric meters, spotlights and radiator. Stairs to first floor and doors to:-

Bathroom - 3.05m x 1.93m (10' x 6'4") - Having a tiled floor and the walls in part with tongue and groove cladding. A white suite comprising free standing claw foot bath, low level w.c. and vanity wash hand basin with cupboards below and tiled splashbacks over. Ladder rack radiator, extractor fan and obscured window with deep slate cill to side.

Bedroom 3 - 3.99m x 2.92m (13'1" x 9'7") - With french doors to the side and windows with deep slate cills to the front and side. Radiator.

Bedroom 4 - 3.00m x 1.83m (9'10" x 6') - Window to front with deep slate cills. Radiator and understairs storage.

First Floor -

Landing - With velux window and exposed roof trusses and with custom-made steel balustrade.

Bedroom 1 - 3.94m x 3.28m (12'11" x 10'9") - With windows with deep slate cills to both sides and exposed roof trusses. Exposed stonework to one wall and radiator.

Bedroom 2 - 3.91m x 3.30m (12'10" x 10'10") - Window with deep slate cill to side and stable door to front with staircase leading down into the yard. Exposed roof trusses and radiator.

Outside - Reskivers Barn is approached through a five bar timber gate and this opens into the yard where there is ample parking and turning space, and potential for garaging and/or stabling if required (subject to gaining the necessary consents). To one side of the yard is the WORKSHOP and a room to one side which is currently utilised as a teenager space and also with a greenhouse style wing to the other side.

To the front of the barn is a courtyard garden which is a pleasant space to sit out and which is currently arranged with a paved path and sitting area as well as a number of raised beds ideal for vegetable growing. A further area of garden is also set up for vegetable growing with several raised beds already laid. An orchard is also well stocked and a paved patio at the rear provides ample sitting out space with views over the paddocks and with HOT TUB included in the sale.

The land is arranged into three similarly sized paddocks and extends to approximately 10 acres in total. The two closest to the barn are currently laid to pasture and the furthermost has in recent years been planted to woodland by virtue of a Forestry grant scheme and this provides an income of approximately £450 per annum as previously mentioned.

Services - Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Hot water and heating is via a woodburner and immersion.

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 - From Tregony Bridge continue along the A3078 road towards St. Mawes and at the very top of the hill you will reach the hamlet of Reskivers. As the road bears around to the left, turn left into an unmade track and follow this track right to the end where Reskivers Barn can be found on the left hand side.

Characterful barn conversion much larger than first apparent with approximately 10 acres of land situated in this quiet rural Roseland hamlet. Kitchen/dining room, sitting room, inner hall, bathroom, two ground floor bedrooms and two first floor bedrooms. Externally there is a modern barn/workshop with potential, a large yard providing ample parking, gardens and three paddocks of pasture and woodland. Must be viewed. EPC - D.


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