4 bedroom detached house for saleSancreed, Penzance, Cornwall, TR20
- Private Driveway
- 4-Bedroom Farmhouse
- Far Reaching Views
- Delightful Holiday Let
- Adjoining Barn - Consent for Conversion
- Attractive Garden
- Long Stream Frontage
- Total c.21.17 Acres (8.57 Has)
Private holding with fine spacious farmhouse, gardens, holiday barn, buildings & surrounding land. 4 bed house - over 2,200 sq ft (gia). Good views. delightful holiday let. Adjoining barn - pp for con. Long stream frontage. EPC - F 21 Acres
Situation - Ennestreven Farm is situated in a private position about half a mile to the north of the attractive rural village of Sancreed with its historic parish church. Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the village is well placed to access the picturesque countryside and dramatic coastline of the Penwith Peninsula.
The thriving town of Penzance is about four and a half miles to the south-east which overlooks Mounts Bay and now forms the main commercial centre for the Lands End Peninsula. Within this harbour town are a wide range of amenities, shops and supermarkets and there is a mainline terminus linking with London Paddington. The Penwith Peninsula is renowned for its rich local heritage and attractions including the cliff-top Minack Theatre, Cape Cornwall, Lands End and the fishing harbours of St Ives and Mousehole.
General Description - The approach to Ennestreven Farm is via a most attractive private driveway which leads to car parking and turning areas at the original farmstead. All the fields with the property surround the original farmstead emphasising the property's privacy.
The holding presents to the market a fine opportunity to purchase a well-presented farmhouse with extensive light and spacious accommodation extending to about 2,226 sq ft (gia), a sheltered and private mature garden, a fine two storey holiday let, an adjoining traditional barn with an extant planning permission to create an additional two-bedroom holiday restricted barn if desired, double garage and store, 44 photovoltaic panels linked to the feed-in tariff, stream frontage along the western boundary over about 200 yards and several surrounding pasture fields bringing the total acreage to about 21.17 Acres (8.57 hectares).
The House - On the ground floor is an enclosed Entrance Porch which opens to a most attractive Living Room with granite stone fireplace with inset oil-burner and exposed stone elevations to either side and which in turn leads through to an inner Hall with balustrade stairs off to first floor. Off the Hall are the Study with Baxi Bermuda back gas fired boiler with brick surround, Shower Room with shower cubicle, pedestal washbasin and wc, Kitchen, side Hallway with door to outside, Dining Room with granite chimney breast with inset wood-burner and sliding doors opening to a particularly spacious Conservatory with mahogany double-glazed windows and direct access to the gardens .
The Kitchen presents a fine range of surrounding base and eye-level matching light kitchen units with solid oak worktop surfaces to splashback tiling, inset ceramic single drainer sink unit with vegetable bowl and mixer tap, integrated dishwasher and refrigerator and dual fuel Range double oven with 5-ring hob and extractor hood over.
On the first floor is a balustrade Landing with trap to roof space and doors off to four good Bedrooms and a Bathroom with panelled bath, wc, pedestal washbasin and storage cupboard. Three of the Bedrooms benefit from fitted wardrobes and there are some fine landscape views, including views to the sea in the far distance.
The Gardens - The gardens in the main lie to the west of the farmhouse and offer well stocked and tended borders around a spacious lawn with Cornish hedge and coniferous tree standard boundaries.
Perran's Barn (Holiday Restricted) - Perran's Barn is again delightfully presented and offers two storey reverse level accommodation.
Off the ground floor Hall is a spacious double Bedroom with double aspect and exposed granite walls and a Bathroom with a pedestal washbasin, curved bath with glazed shower and screen over and wc. From the Hall there are stairs which rise to a fine vaulted open-plan Kitchen, Dining and Living Room with wood-burner set on slate hearth with granite exposed wall behind, double aspect, Velux windows and range of base and eye-level modern kitchen units with rolled worktop surfaces to splashback tiling, stainless steel single drainer sink unit with vegetable bowl and mixer tap, inset electric oven with four rings
and extractor hood over and integral refrigerator.
Perran's Barn Contents And Furnishings - All the contents and furnishings of Perran's Barn are included in the sale.
The Traditional Barns And Double Garage/Store - Adjoining Perran's Barn is a single storey traditional barn with the benefit of planning permission for conversion to create further two bedroom unit of holiday accommodation, thereby providing further income - planning number 03/P/0076. On the southern side of Perran's Barn is a detached single storey stone and slate barn currently used as a utility store and offering further potential for conversion - subject to all necessary consents and approvals.
Adjoining the barns at is a block Double Garage/General Purpose Building and further Store.
The Land - The land is divided into nine pasture fields which lie around the original farmstead and along the western boundary is attractive stream frontage. On the Ordnance Survey there are no public footpaths which cross any part of the property. In total, Ennestreven Farm extends to about 21.17 Acres (8.57 hectares).
Viewings - Strictly and only by prior appointment with Stags' Truro office on 01872 264488.
Directions - From Penzance take the A3071 towards St Just. Drive for about 1.5 miles and at Tremethick Cross turn left signposted towards Sancreed. Continue along this road for about 1.8 miles, ignoring all turnings until the entrance to Ennestreven Farm will be seen on the right-hand side (about 100 yards after a large white house on the left-hand side).
Services - Private water supply. Mains electricity. Private drainage. LPG central heating to the farmhouse. Night storage heating to Perran's Barn. TV and telephone points. Double-glazed. 44 Photovoltaic Panels linked to the feed-in tariff.
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