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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Drannack Mill Lane, Wheal Alfred Road, Hayle, Cornwall, TR27

Guide Price £635,000

Property Description

Key features

  • A beautifully presented five bedroom detached stone Mill House
  • Sympathetically converted retaining an abundance of character and charm
  • Nestled within gardens and grounds extending to 7.8 acres
  • Spacious entrance hallway giving access to the gallery landing
  • Generous character open plan kitchen / breakfast room
  • Sitting room with lovely stone fireplace and wood burning stove
  • Spacious dining room with open fire place and doors leading to the gardens
  • Utility, storage and boot room
  • Study or 5th Bedroom
  • Four first floor double bedrooms, with the larger master providing en-suite bathroom facilities

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Drannack Mill is a beautifully sympathetically converted 5 bedroom stone Mill House dating from 1786, located in a stunning quiet rural setting surrounded by farm land. The property has 7.8 acres of land with a large pond and tranquil stream. A truly stunning location !

The Property 
Dating from 1786 Drannack Mill offers spacious and versatile living accommodation arranged over 2 floors. The Mill is entered via a welcoming reception hall with cloakroom and WC, a spindle and banister turning staircase rising to the gallery landing and accommodation on the first floor. From the reception hall access is provided into the kitchen / breakfast room which has been fitted with a comprehensive range of kitchen units and complimented with an AGA oven and all the modern appliances one would expect. This room also provides enough space to site a dining room table and chairs for the family. The character and charm is evident in this room due to the tiled flooring and stable door to the garden. A utility room sits to the rear of the property with a door providing rear access. There is space for a washing machine, storage and hanging space for coats and boots.

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Across the hall is the equally generous sitting room which features a wood burning stove sitting within a granite stone surround creating the focal point of the room. Within this room are double doors that open to the stone walled court yard garden area which provides exquisite views across the gardens. From the sitting room, steps lead up to the formal dining room perfect for entertaining guests or the family dinners. There is an open fire place and also double doors that lead out to the garden. Adjoining the room is a small pantry store room with fitted storage cupboards.

The property is privately positioned on the outer rural are of Hayle just 2 miles from the centre of the town, and a short drive to the A30 and railway station ( which is the on the main London line ). Hayle is the main satellite town near St.Ives a very popular holiday destination. It has its own sandy dunes and 3 miles of golden sands reaching as far as Gwithian the home of the main lighthouse for St.Ives Bay .Other recreation amenities include an outdoor swimming pool and The Paradise Park - home too many beautiful birds. Hayles has its own secondary school, numerous primary schools, nursery schools and a high achieving Independent school. Shopping is also excellent with many nearby independent retailers plus supermarkets including Asda, and Marks & Spencers, Next and a 24 hr Chemist. There is also a The local hospital.

The following services are available; Oil Central Heating, mains and private electricity. Private water supply via the lake pumped to treatment plant. Private drainage. There are 14 ground mounted solar panels generating a tariff of approximately £400 via EDF which also create a further saving of £400 giving a total of £800 per year. These solar panels are available by separate negotiation.

Gardens & Grounds 
The Mill is approached via a long Cornish road winding its way down to the property where there is a parking area to one side and a gated driveway behind. The gardens and grounds surround the property to three sides. To the front is a lovely lawn area surrounded by a variety of shrubs and flower beds. Tucked away to one side is the water treatment plant and pump house. A foot bridge leads over the stream to the large lake with its central island accessed via another bridge perfect for ducks and other wildlife. A large daffodil meadow adjacent to the pond completes the grounds to the south side. This is a great attraction for wildlife. To the east and north of the property are two paddocks adding to the total gardens and grounds extending to 7.8 acres. There is a large timber garage, double log store, shed and greenhouse.

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On the first floor there are four double bedrooms with the large master and second bedroom providing en-suite shower and bathroom facilities. The other three bedrooms are split into one large double and two smaller rooms. All of which enjoy views across the gardens. Completing the accommodation on this floor is a study/ 5th bedroom. The vendor is currently using this as a study but it is large enough to be a snug or computer room should someone wish to work from home, this would be the perfect place to set up an office. Also on this floor is the family bathroom and a separate WC.

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
29 March 2017

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