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9 bedroom detached house for sale

Henwood, Henwood, Liskeard, Cornwall, PL14

Under Offer £550,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 3 Character letting cottages
  • 3 Bedroom owners' accommodation
  • Well presented throughout
  • Far reaching rural views
  • Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
  • Pretty hamlet location
  • Manageable garden

Full description

An established small character holiday cottage complex with excellent owner's accommodation on the edge of Bodmin Moor. Hamlet location. 3 Letting cottages, 3 bedroom owners cottage and far reaching rural views. Manageable gardens. EPC Band D

Situation - Henwood Barns are situated in the peaceful hamlet of Henwood on the fringes of Bodmin Moor. The surrounding countryside has World Heritage status and is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty making it a magnet for walkers, cyclists, riders and for sightseers all year round.
The village of Upton Cross is approximately 1 mile away with its post office and general stores catering for day to day needs together with its well respected public house, primary school and Sterts Open Air Theatre. Liskeard is approximately 6 miles to the south where there is a more comprehensive range of shopping facilities, together with a mainline railway station serving London Paddington (via Plymouth).
Siblyback Lake and Country Park is less than 5 miles away for those interested in water sports, whilst for golfers, the St. Mellion course near Saltash is approximately 12 miles distant.

The Property - The one time original farm buildings that now make up this small holiday letting complex date back several hundred years. They are centred around a courtyard with a gated entrance at one end and delightful countryside views at the other. Car parking for guests is in the courtyard.

Meadow Barn - Completed in 2010, Meadow Barn is occupied by the owners and blends beautifully with the other cottages, boasting an attractive exposed stone facade under a slate roof. Well-presented and appointed throughout, the comfortable accommodation is warmed by underfloor heating from an air source heat pump. The accommodation is approached to an inner hall and from here there is direct access to the kitchen/breakfast room and delightful sitting room/dining room with far-reaching countryside views. On the first floor are three bedrooms (one en-suite) together with a family bathroom.

Henwood Barn - Henwood Barn is the largest of the three letting cottages and is rated as 3-star by Visit England. In common with all the other cottages, the property has an attractive exposed stone facade under a slate roof and is beautifully presented throughout. On the ground floor is a spacious sitting room with wood burning stove and from here access is afforded to the farmhouse style kitchen/dining room. On the first floor are three bedrooms together with a family bathroom.

Small Barn - Rated 4-star by Visit England, Small Barn sleeps four plus one and provides accommodation including a sitting room/dining room and a kitchen whilst to the first floor are two bedrooms and a bathroom.

Mole Cottage - Rated 3-star by Visit England and sleeping two, Mole Cottage is a charming smaller cottage with open-plan sitting room with wood burning stove, kitchen area and a galleried bedroom to the first floor complete with en-suite bathroom.

Outside - The central courtyard was the traditional farmyard and has, at its centre, an ornamental flowering cherry tree. At the far end of the courtyard is a small garden area complete with garden benches, log store and a duck pond. From here there are fabulous panoramic views of surrounding countryside.
Meadow Barn benefits from its own private garden which again enjoys delightful views and is of a manageable size.

The Business - We understand that the holiday letting business has been established for a number of years and the current owners have been running it for around 11 years having renovated the letting cottages and of course built Meadow Barn as their own accommodation.
The marketing of the cottages is through Henwood Barns own website, together with local online advertising such as cornwallonline. Accounts can be made available to interested parties following viewing.

Fixtures And Fittings - All fixtures, fittings, furniture and equipment used in the operation of the business are included in the sale price.

Outgoings - The Council Tax band for Meadow Barn is Band C and the Rateable Value for the holiday accommodation is currently £7,400.

Services - Mains water, electricity and drainage. An air source heat pump provides underfloor heating in Meadow Barn whilst there is solid fuel heating in Mole Cottage. Oil fired heating in Henwood Barn and Small Barn.

Directions - From Liskeard take the B3254 towards Upton Cross, down a steep hill into Darley Ford and turn immediately left past the garage to Henwood. Upon reaching the hamlet of Henwood, turn right at the phone box, past a row of cottages and right along the top of a small grassed area. Henwood Barns is to your right through a 5-bar gate.

Viewing - Strictly by prior appointment with Stags Holiday Complex Department on 01392 680058

These particulars are a guide only and should not be relied upon for any purpose.

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