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5 bed detached house

BlislandNear Wadebridge, Cornwall, PL30 4QY

listed on 2019-07-04  Savills   

The property is situated in a south facing, traffic-free location, tucked away from view and well away from the humdrum of every day life. Commanding a wonderful setting with glorious rural and wooded views towards the Camel Valley and Shell Woods, this is every bit the Cornish retreat. Understood to originate from around 1560 and having undergone a thorough yet incredibly sympathetic scheme of renovation, modernisation and extension works since 2013 overseen by a Truro-based architect, Penrose Farm now perfectly blends originality, charm and character with contemporary flourishes, dressed and finished in a classic style with nature very much at its heart. The accommodation is generous, elegant and unique. The ground floor includes a beautifully appointed family kitchen with flagstone granite floors, six oven Aga, a central island and window seat. Directly opposite is the snug with its woodburner. Leading off the kitchen is the modern extension which blends in perfectly with the original external stone and slate. Bi fold doors open out to the garden and the room enjoys the most wonderful west facing valley views. The separate sitting room is defined by the original ceiling moldings and this charming room leads to the library, which serves as a link to the games / family room with its double height vaulted ceiling and adjacent TV room. In addition there is a wonderful conservatory, utility room, boot room, shower, WC and cellar. There are three bedrooms and family bathroom arranged across the first floor, with the master bedroom suite comprising a dressing room, bedroom and sumptuous en suite bathroom with centrally positioned roll top bath. The ‘hidden' bathroom situated above bedroom 3 enables each bedroom on the middle floor to have its own bathroom. There are two further bedrooms and bathroom on the second floor, perfect as a children's hideaway. The natural light throughout the property and charming outlook from the vast majority of the accommodation adds to the huge appeal at Penrose. Gardens & grounds The gardens, grounds and land extend to around 14 acres. The gardens are mature, well tended and provide plenty of areas in which to relax, dine, play and explore with the heated pool and pavilion (games room, changing room and WC) finishing the outside space perfectly. A very sheltered south facing garden with a broad terrace across the main façade of the property communicates perfectly with the conservatory. An arched gateway leads through a wall to the west facing terrace outside the dining room, the perfect spot in which to enjoy the afternoon sun and views. The lawned gardens extend to the south and east of the property with further far reaching views and there is a wildlife pond with areas of woodland in the lower section. To the east, there is a field adjoining the garden and the to the western side of Penrose there are three fields (including two paddocks) and a small copse. All in all, the most idyllic country lifestyle and so conveniently situated.

5 bed detached house

St. Mabyn, Bodmin, Cornwall, PL30

listed on 2019-09-14  John D Wood and Co   

TENURE: Freehold A charming 5 bedroom detached barn conversion with detached outbuilding / office, separate double garage and workshop area all set within gorgeous gardens and grounds extending to approx 1 acre. Freehold • Stunning 4/5 bedroom detached stone barn conversion • Detached double garage with further work room with planning approved for a two bedroom holiday let • Gardens and grounds of approximately 1 acre • Detached stone single room building currently used as a work from home office • Character filled sitting room with exposed beams and multi fuel burning stove • Kitchen breakfast room with stone topped units, slate flooring and Aga • Gorgeous sun room recently added with large glass doors leading to patio area • Downstairs bedroom with bathroom adjacent • Four first floor bedrooms, all awash with light making them bright and airy • Copious amount of parking both in front of the main house and more overflow parking in front of garaging • Vegetable plot and green house Description This is a very well presented stone property that is filled with character and seamlessly blends into modern living. French doors lead from the porch into the sitting room which is a charming room with high beams and a focal point of the multi fuel burning stove. Moving through to the kitchen where we a have a range of wall and floor mounted units that are crowned by stunning turquoise stone work surfaces. The central island unit with its additional work surface means the kitchen has an excellent amount of work surface space for more than one person to utilise the kitchen at a time. The current vendors have made an exceptional addition to the property with a beautiful sun room that has two all glass walls allowing light to stream in and that also has sliding doors leading out on to the patio area which is idyllic for alfresco dining. The sunroom is a perfect place to watch the wildlife in the garden and admire the views of the neighbouring fields. - 1 There is flexible accommodation available with a ground floor bedroom with a convenient bathroom adjacent which is ideal for an elderly guests or family member with mobility issues. Rising to the first floor are four double bedrooms. All bedrooms have two windows which make all rooms light and bright with the master bedroom being of particular note with ensuite bathroom facilities. - 2 The top part of the plot has the double garage with an abundance of parking directly in front. There is a work shop attached to the garage adding further square footage to the building. The current vendors have obtained planning to convert this building to a two bedroom holiday let. Plans are available on request. Further to the property is a converted single room stone building which the current vendors use a work from home office. There is parking for multiple cars outside here so it works perfectly should you require parking for clients. In all the property sits in approximately 1 acre of gardens and grounds with the majority of the land being well manicured lawns with various specimen plants, shrubs and fruit trees. Location The property is on the fringe of the quintessentially Cornish village of St Maybn with a short 5 minute walk taking you to the middle of the village. St Maybyn offers wonderful amenities which includes the beautiful village pub The St Maybn Inn, the historic church, shop and community shop with post office. The ever popular town of Wadebridge is a mere 4 miles away while the North Cornish Coast is only 7 miles. Wadebridge has a wide range of shops, restaurants, pubs, schooling and is also the gateway to the Camel Estuary. The ever popular cycle path will take a relatively level ride to the coastal town of Padstow which is approx. 4 miles long. - 3 The North Cornish coast has some of Cornwall’s finest beach, walks, pubs and restaurants. Famous chefs including Paul Ainsworth, Rick Stein, Nathan Outlaw all have restaurants here which always adds to the appeal of North Cornwall. Access to the A30 trunk road is approximately 8 miles distant. Bodmin Parkway Station is approximately 11 miles away and Newquay Airport is approximately 20 miles distant offering flights across the UK including Gatwick and now also to various European cities. Services The following services are available: Mains electricity, mains water supply, private drainage, oil central heating and telephone connection although we have not verified this. Council Tax Band ‘D’. Distances St Maybn – 500 metres, Wadebridge – 4 miles, Polzeath – 8 miles, Padstow – 12 miles, Newquay Airport – 16 miles (All distances are approx.) Directions Heading along the Wadebridge bypass road take the 2nd exit at the roundabout heading north towards Bude along the A39. Turn right after approx. 1.5 miles where it signposted St Maybn. Follow this road without deviation to the village and continue through the village and the entrance to Greenwix Barn will be on your left just as you leave the village.

5 bed detached house

St. Mabyn, PL30

listed on 2019-08-31  CountryWide   

A charming 5 bedroom detached barn conversion with detached outbuilding / office, separate double garage and workshop area all set within gorgeous gardens and grounds extending to approx 1 acre. Freehold • Stunning 4/5 bedroom detached stone barn conversion • Detached double garage with further work room with planning approved for a two bedroom holiday let • Gardens and grounds of approximately 1 acre • Detached stone single room building currently used as a work from home office • Character filled sitting room with exposed beams and multi fuel burning stove • Kitchen breakfast room with stone topped units, slate flooring and Aga • Gorgeous sun room recently added with large glass doors leading to patio area • Downstairs bedroom with bathroom adjacent • Four first floor bedrooms, all awash with light making them bright and airy • Copious amount of parking both in front of the main house and more overflow parking in front of garaging • Vegetable plot and green house Description This is a very well presented stone property that is filled with character and seamlessly blends into modern living. French doors lead from the porch into the sitting room which is a charming room with high beams and a focal point of the multi fuel burning stove. Moving through to the kitchen where we a have a range of wall and floor mounted units that are crowned by stunning turquoise stone work surfaces. The central island unit with its additional work surface means the kitchen has an excellent amount of work surface space for more than one person to utilise the kitchen at a time. The current vendors have made an exceptional addition to the property with a beautiful sun room that has two all glass walls allowing light to stream in and that also has sliding doors leading out on to the patio area which is idyllic for alfresco dining. The sunroom is a perfect place to watch the wildlife in the garden and admire the views of the neighbouring fields. - 1 There is flexible accommodation available with a ground floor bedroom with a convenient bathroom adjacent which is ideal for an elderly guests or family member with mobility issues. Rising to the first floor are four double bedrooms. All bedrooms have two windows which make all rooms light and bright with the master bedroom being of particular note with ensuite bathroom facilities. - 2 The top part of the plot has the double garage with an abundance of parking directly in front. There is a work shop attached to the garage adding further square footage to the building. The current vendors have obtained planning to convert this building to a two bedroom holiday let. Plans are available on request. Further to the property is a converted single room stone building which the current vendors use a work from home office. There is parking for multiple cars outside here so it works perfectly should you require parking for clients. In all the property sits in approximately 1 acre of gardens and grounds with the majority of the land being well manicured lawns with various specimen plants, shrubs and fruit trees. Location The property is on the fringe of the quintessentially Cornish village of St Maybn with a short 5 minute walk taking you to the middle of the village. St Maybyn offers wonderful amenities which includes the beautiful village pub The St Maybn Inn, the historic church, shop and community shop with post office. The ever popular town of Wadebridge is a mere 4 miles away while the North Cornish Coast is only 7 miles. Wadebridge has a wide range of shops, restaurants, pubs, schooling and is also the gateway to the Camel Estuary. The ever popular cycle path will take a relatively level ride to the coastal town of Padstow which is approx. 4 miles long. - 3 The North Cornish coast has some of Cornwall’s finest beach, walks, pubs and restaurants. Famous chefs including Paul Ainsworth, Rick Stein, Nathan Outlaw all have restaurants here which always adds to the appeal of North Cornwall. Access to the A30 trunk road is approximately 8 miles distant. Bodmin Parkway Station is approximately 11 miles away and Newquay Airport is approximately 20 miles distant offering flights across the UK including Gatwick and now also to various European cities. Services The following services are available: Mains electricity, mains water supply, private drainage, oil central heating and telephone connection although we have not verified this. Council Tax Band ‘D’. Distances St Maybn – 500 metres, Wadebridge – 4 miles, Polzeath – 8 miles, Padstow – 12 miles, Newquay Airport – 16 miles (All distances are approx.) Directions Heading along the Wadebridge bypass road take the 2nd exit at the roundabout heading north towards Bude along the A39. Turn right after approx. 1.5 miles where it signposted St Maybn. Follow this road without deviation to the village and continue through the village and the entrance to Greenwix Barn will be on your left just as you leave the village. Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate

5 bed detached house

St. Mabyn, PL30

listed on 2019-08-30  CountryWide   

A charming 5 bedroom detached barn conversion with detached outbuilding / office, separate double garage and workshop area all set within gorgeous gardens and grounds extending to approx 1 acre. Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate Description This is a very well presented stone property that is filled with character and seamlessly blends into modern living. French doors lead from the porch into the sitting room which is a charming room with high beams and a focal point of the multi fuel burning stove. Moving through to the kitchen where we a have a range of wall and floor mounted units that are crowned by stunning turquoise stone work surfaces. The central island unit with its additional work surface means the kitchen has an excellent amount of work surface space for more than one person to utilise the kitchen at a time. The current vendors have made an exceptional addition to the property with a beautiful sun room that has two all glass walls allowing light to stream in and that also has sliding doors leading out on to the patio area which is idyllic for alfresco dining. The sunroom is a perfect place to watch the wildlife in the garden and admire the views of the neighbouring fields. - 1 There is flexible accommodation available with a ground floor bedroom with a convenient bathroom adjacent which is ideal for an elderly guests or family member with mobility issues. Rising to the first floor are four double bedrooms. All bedrooms have two windows which make all rooms light and bright with the master bedroom being of particular note with ensuite bathroom facilities. - 2 The top part of the plot has the double garage with an abundance of parking directly in front. There is a work shop attached to the garage adding further square footage to the building. The current vendors have obtained planning to convert this building to a two bedroom holiday let. Plans are available on request. Further to the property is a converted single room stone building which the current vendors use a work from home office. There is parking for multiple cars outside here so it works perfectly should you require parking for clients. In all the property sits in approximately 1 acre of gardens and grounds with the majority of the land being well manicured lawns with various specimen plants, shrubs and fruit trees. Location The property is on the fringe of the quintessentially Cornish village of St Maybn with a short 5 minute walk taking you to the middle of the village. St Maybyn offers wonderful amenities which includes the beautiful village pub The St Maybn Inn, the historic church, shop and community shop with post office. The ever popular town of Wadebridge is a mere 4 miles away while the North Cornish Coast is only 7 miles. Wadebridge has a wide range of shops, restaurants, pubs, schooling and is also the gateway to the Camel Estuary. The ever popular cycle path will take a relatively level ride to the coastal town of Padstow which is approx. 4 miles long. - 3 The North Cornish coast has some of Cornwall’s finest beach, walks, pubs and restaurants. Famous chefs including Paul Ainsworth, Rick Stein, Nathan Outlaw all have restaurants here which always adds to the appeal of North Cornwall. Access to the A30 trunk road is approximately 8 miles distant. Bodmin Parkway Station is approximately 11 miles away and Newquay Airport is approximately 20 miles distant offering flights across the UK including Gatwick and now also to various European cities. Services The following services are available Mains electricity, mains water supply, private drainage, oil central heating and telephone connection although we have not verified this. Council Tax Band ‘D’. Distances St Maybn – 500 metres, Wadebridge – 4 miles, Polzeath – 8 miles, Padstow – 12 miles, Newquay Airport – 16 miles (All distances are approx.) Directions Heading along the Wadebridge bypass road take the 2nd exit at the roundabout heading north towards Bude along the A39. Turn right after approx. 1.5 miles where it signposted St Maybn. Follow this road without deviation to the village and continue through the village and the entrance to Greenwix Barn will be on your left just as you leave the village.

7 bed detached house

Trewint Farm

An exceptional and beautifully maintained detached large country farmhouse set within its beautiful gardens and land of about 3.2 acres suitable for equestrian use with good outriding, well established as a successful guest house and situated close to the sought after village of Blisland. Trewint Farm has a beautiful setting about three quarters of a mile south of the picturesque village of Blisland. Blisland has a village shop and post office, public house and Parish Church. Nearby moors and well known Camel Trail are excellent for horse riding and walking. About a mile south of the property gains quick access to the A30 trunk road then leading through to the town of Bodmin being only about four miles distant. Exeter is about a one hour's drive away only and there is a main line railway station at Bodmin Parkway. Newquay Cornwall Airport with its ever expanding range of flight destinations in the UK and abroad is about half an hour's drive only from the property. THE BUSINESS This is a fine opportunity to acquire an exceptional high quality licensed working B&B in a delightful setting. The B&B can be offered comprehensively equipped and furnished to a high standard, along with the business web-site subject to separate negotiation. THE PROPERTY The property dates back to the 1890 Victorian era and has been tastefully updated and restored to a high standard. With over 3 acres of ground and a fine range of stables and workshops and an oak framed open garage block , the property, as well as being used partly for high quality Bed & Breakfast, could also exclusively be used as a large and stunning family home. Within the rooms described below, the following parts are used as private owners accommodation and comprise a sitting room, dining room, beautifully fitted kitchen/breakfast room, the utility room, laundry room, study and cloakroom. The second floor suite offers additional private accommodation with a further two bedrooms and bathroom. THE ACCOMMODATION The property is accessed through the outer porch from the front with a massive granite arch and slate flag floor leading into a welcoming entrance hall with a solid oak floor. The fully refurbished and well appointed kitchen is an absolute delight with a complete range of floor to ceiling cabinets and glass display units with solid beech worktops including an island cabinet and breakfast bar. An electric Rangemaster Classic 110 double oven with five ring hob and hot plate is neatly set in the old fireplace opening. There is a double butler sink with pillar taps and the room is completed with the original slate flag floor. Further doors lead into the well fitted utility room with a modern range of units, the study, and then to the laundry room. There is a cloakroom and w.c. leading off the kitchen. The three good size reception rooms retain many original features including cast iron Victorian fireplaces, high decorative ceilings, picture rails and dado mouldings and a wood burning stoves in the sitting room and the dining room. They are complemented by the large high quality garden room with French doors on to the garden and currently used as the guests’ dining room. The accommodation on the first floor has an impressive landing with arched window and a separate door leading off to the second floor accommodation. The principal bedroom has its own dressing room and en-suite shower room. Bedrooms two and three also have en-suite shower rooms. Bedrooms four and five are served by a family bathroom. The second floor, previously briefly described, could also be used as bedrooms six and seven if required served by their own bathroom. The high quality and standard of finishes to the whole accommodation must be viewed to be appreciated. THE EXTERIOR The property is approached through its wide entrance drive and gates then opening onto the large area of car park with brick paving. To the right of this is the recently built oak framed block of open garaging with large bays for five vehicles and measures about 53’ wide by 17’ deep. Next to this is workshop/tack room about 17’ deep by 7’9” wide. The extensive range of buildings include a detached workshop/garage about 47' x 18' with the roof to the south clad with the range of photovoltaic solar panels installed in early 2012 and providing 4kw output. Two stone built stables about 18'6' x 9'3' and 11'9' x 10'. There is also an open fronted pole barn about 30' x 30' with inspection pit and a detached workshop/garage about 47' x 18' with the roof to the south clad with the range of photovoltaic solar panels installed in early 2012 and providing 4kw output. We consider some of the buildings offer good planning potential for conversion to additional holiday units subject to application. The main gardens are part formal with immaculate lawns, paths of granite chippings and screened with high mature hedges giving privacy from the lane. There is a private enclosed owners courtyard to the rear which is a lovely sun trap. The land in all extends to about 3.2 acres and the large southern field is about 2.3 acres of this area and is in permanent pasture. The field at present is set with two fenced enclosures. There is also other enclosed small grazing sections to either side of the approach to the field together with a large and highly productive vegetable garden areas and a poly tunnel and two greenhouses about 8' x 6'. SERVICES Mains electricity supported by a 4 kw photovoltaic solar panel system; mains water and also private water supply available and private drainage. Central heating from an LPG gas fired boiler system to radiators. High speed broadband service available. PLEASE NOTE Should a buyer wish to purchase the furnishings and contents, these are available to purchase by separate valuation at time of sale. COUNCIL TAX BANDING Cornwall Council – Band F ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE - G GROUND FLOOR Entrance Porch Entrance Hall Sitting Room (4.27m x 4.11m (14'0' x 13'6')) Dining Room (4.88m x 3.50m (16'0' x 11'6')) Kitchen (6.73m x 3.66m (22'1' x 12'0')) Utility Room (3.94m x 2.97m (12'11' x 9'9')) Study (2.97m x 2.80m (9'9' x 9'2')) Laundry Room (3.02m x 2.90m (9'11' x 9'6')) Garden Room (4.27m max x 3.89m into bay) Guest Room (4.55m x 4.04m (14'11' x 13'3')) FIRST FLOOR Bedroom One (4.6m max x 3.45m) Dressing Room En-suite Shower Room Bedroom Two (3.48m x 3.15m (11'5' x 10'4')) En-suite Shower Room Bedroom Three (3.84m max x 2.87m max) En-suite Shower Room Bedroom Four (4.01m x 3.05m (13'2' x 10'0')) Bedroom Five (3.07m x 3.05m (10'1' x 10'0')) Bathroom SECOND FLOOR Bedroom/Living Room (7.42m max x 4.65m max) Bathroom Bedroom (7.42m max x 4.65m max)

7 bed detached house

7 Bedroom Detached House For Sale in Blisland, Bodmin, Cornwall

listed on 2019-08-21  Fine and Country   

Price £870,000 7 Bedroom Detached House For Sale in Blisland, Bodmin, Cornwall 7 An exceptional and beautifully maintained detached large country farmhouse set within its beautiful gardens and land of about 3.2 acres suitable for equestrian use with good outriding, well established as a successful guest house and situated close to the sought after village of Blisland. Trewint Farm has a beautiful setting about three quarters of a mile south of the picturesque village of Blisland. Blisland has a village shop and post office, public house and Parish Church. Nearby moors and well known Camel Trail are excellent for horse riding and walking. About a mile south of the property gains quick access to the A30 trunk road then leading through to the town of Bodmin being only about four miles distant. Exeter is about a one hour's drive away only and there is a main line railway station at Bodmin Parkway. Newquay Cornwall Airport with its ever expanding range of flight destinations in the UK and abroad is about half an hour's drive only from the property. THE BUSINESS This is a fine opportunity to acquire an exceptional high quality licensed working B&B in a delightful setting. The B&B can be offered comprehensively equipped and furnished to a high standard, along with the business web-site subject to separate negotiation. THE PROPERTY The property dates back to the 1890 Victorian era and has been tastefully updated and restored to a high standard. With over 3 acres of ground and a fine range of stables and workshops and an oak framed open garage block , the property, as well as being used partly for high quality Bed & Breakfast, could also exclusively be used as a large and stunning family home. Within the rooms described below, the following parts are used as private owners accommodation and comprise a sitting room, dining room, beautifully fitted kitchen/breakfast room, the utility room, laundry room, study and cloakroom. The second floor suite offers additional private accommodation with a further two bedrooms and bathroom. THE ACCOMMODATION The property is accessed through the outer porch from the front with a massive granite arch and slate flag floor leading into a welcoming entrance hall with a solid oak floor. The fully refurbished and well appointed kitchen is an absolute delight with a complete range of floor to ceiling cabinets and glass display units with solid beech worktops including an island cabinet and breakfast bar. An electric Rangemaster Classic 110 double oven with five ring hob and hot plate is neatly set in the old fireplace opening. There is a double butler sink with pillar taps and the room is completed with the original slate flag floor. Further doors lead into the well fitted utility room with a modern range of units, the study, and then to the laundry room. There is a cloakroom and w.c. leading off the kitchen. The three good size reception rooms retain many original features including cast iron Victorian fireplaces, high decorative ceilings, picture rails and dado mouldings and a wood burning stoves in the sitting room and the dining room. They are complemented by the large high quality garden room with French doors on to the garden and currently used as the guests' dining room. The accommodation on the first floor has an impressive landing with arched window and a separate door leading off to the second floor accommodation. The principal bedroom has its own dressing room and en-suite shower room. Bedrooms two and three also have en-suite shower rooms. Bedrooms four and five are served by a family bathroom. The second floor, previously briefly described, could also be used as bedrooms six and seven if required served by their own bathroom. The high quality and standard of finishes to the whole accommodation must be viewed to be appreciated. THE EXTERIOR The property is approached through its wide entrance drive and gates then opening onto the large area of car park with brick paving. To the right of this is the recently built oak framed block of open garaging with large bays for five vehicles and measures about 53' wide by 17' deep. Next to this is workshop/tack room about 17' deep by 7'9' wide.     The extensive range of buildings include a detached workshop/garage about 47' x 18' with the roof to the south clad with the range of photovoltaic solar panels installed in early 2012 and providing 4kw output. Two stone built stables about 18'6' x 9'3' and 11'9' x 10'. There is also an open fronted pole barn about 30' x 30' with inspection pit and a detached workshop/garage about 47' x 18' with the roof to the south clad with the range of photovoltaic solar panels installed in early 2012 and providing 4kw output. We consider some of the buildings offer good planning potential for conversion to additional holiday units subject to application. The main gardens are part formal with immaculate lawns, paths of granite chippings and screened with high mature hedges giving privacy from the lane. There is a private enclosed owners courtyard to the rear which is a lovely sun trap. The land in all extends to about 3.2 acres and the large southern field is about 2.3 acres of this area and is in permanent pasture. The field at present is set with two fenced enclosures. There is also other enclosed small grazing sections to either side of the approach to the field together with a large and highly productive vegetable garden areas and a poly tunnel and two greenhouses about 8' x 6'. SERVICES Mains electricity supported by a 4 kw photovoltaic solar panel system; mains water and also private water supply available and private drainage. Central heating from an LPG gas fired boiler system to radiators. High speed broadband service available. PLEASE NOTE Should a buyer wish to purchase the furnishings and contents, these are available to purchase by separate valuation at time of sale. COUNCIL TAX BANDING Cornwall Council – Band F ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE - G GROUND FLOOR Entrance Porch Entrance Hall Sitting Room 14' x 13'6' (4.27m x 4.11m). Dining Room 16' x 11'6' (4.88m x 3.5m). Kitchen 22'1' x 12' (6.73m x 3.66m). Utility Room 12'11' x 9'9' (3.94m x 2.97m). Study 9'9' x 9'2' (2.97m x 2.8m). Laundry Room 9'11' x 9'6' (3.02m x 2.9m). Garden Room 14' (4.27m) max x 12'9' (3.89m) into bay. Guest Room 14'11' x 13'3' (4.55m x 4.04m). FIRST FLOOR Bedroom One 15'1' max x 11'4' (4.6m max x 3.45m). Dressing Room En-suite Shower Room Bedroom Two 11'5' x 10'4' (3.48m x 3.15m). En-suite Shower Room Bedroom Three 12'7' (3.84m) max x 9'5' (2.87m) max. En-suite Shower Room Bedroom Four 13'2' x 10' (4.01m x 3.05m). Bedroom Five 10'1' x 10' (3.07m x 3.05m). Bathroom SECOND FLOOR Bedroom/Living Room 24'4' (7.42m) max x 15'3' (4.65m) max. Bathroom Bedroom 24'4' (7.42m) max x 15'3' (4.65m) max. From Bodmin take the dual-carriageway A30 north east towards Launceston and after about a mile, take the turning to the left to Blisland. Follow this road for just over a mile and Trewint Farm will be found on the right hand side. Property Features Beautifully appointed large Victorian family home Established guest house and excellent equestrian opportunity Five good size bedrooms, principal with dressing room and three en-suite Large second floor two bedroom suite with further bathroom Fine farmhouse style kitchen with solid Beech worktops Over three acres of land, including an enclosed vegetable garden with greenhouses and polytunnel Large oak framed 5 car open garage block and a range of stables and buildings with development potential 4kw photovoltaic energy generation system resulting in low net energy costs Media

6 bed detached house

Stags | 6 bedroom property for sale in St Wenn, Bodmin, Cornwall, PL30

listed on 2019-09-06  Stags   

St Wenn, Bodmin, Cornwall, PL30 Guide price £795,000 | 6 bedrooms | 2.0 acres Property features • Wonderful rural position • Approx 3650 sq ft • Substantial and flexible house • Currently arranged as three units • 6 Bedrooms in total • 3 Reception rooms • Paddock & Stabling A substantial country house currently arranged as three units of accommodation with paddock and stabling. Idyllic setting. Around 3,650 sqft. Currently 1 bed, 2 bed and 3 bed units. Garage & car port. 1.7 acre paddock with stabling. EPC Band E   SITUATION Trewithian Farm is situated in a small cluster of properties amidst picturesque countryside south of Wadebridge. The pretty village of St Wenn with its primary school and church is around 1.5 miles to the south, whilst the bustling town of Wadebridge is around six miles distant. The town sits astride the River Camel and offers a wide variety of independent shops together with primary, secondary and sixth form education. The popular harbour village of Padstow is around 11 miles distant with its myriad of quaint narrow streets and array of fine restaurants.   Just south of Padstow are the Seven Bays which are renowned surfing beaches and a favourite with families.   There are mainline railway stations at Bodmin and Truro linking directly with London Paddington whilst Newquay Airport offers scheduled domestic and international flights. THE PROPERTY Trewithian Farm is a substantial detached country house extending to some 3,850 sq ft and set amidst approximately two acres of grounds including a paddock of 1.7 acres.   For a number of years, the property has been arranged in three distinct sections allowing a great deal of flexibility. There are interconnecting doors between the three units which currently comprise a main central three-bedroom residence with two well-proportioned Reception Rooms including the splendid 34' long Kitchen/Dining Room.   The east wing offers single Bedroom accommodation with a Sitting Room and Kitchen on the ground floor whilst the west wing affords two Bedroom accommodation together with a Sitting Room and Kitchen at ground floor level.   The house was partly rebuilt in the 1970s and features attractive exposed stone and granite elevations being eminently suitable for an extended family or potentially letting. GARDEN AND GROUNDS Elevated above the country lane, there is parking to the eastern side of the property on a driveway that leads to a double Car Port and single Garage. To the rear of the Car Port is a room housing the private water supply pump and filtration equipment.   Stretching across the rear of the house is a broad granite-chipped sun terrace with steps rising to the lawned garden and Garden Store.   Beyond the garden is a paddock which has been divided in two with a mixture of post and rail and post and wire fencing. In the north-western corner of the paddock and approached over a shared unmade lane, is a substantial Stable Block/Field Shelter with ancillary storage and concrete apron. In addition there is a former Shipping Container and ancillary rooms including a Tack Room and Store housing a generator. DIRECTIONS From St Wenn pass the school on the right-hand side continuing for 1.3 miles into the valley. Shortly after passing over an old bridge, turn left into a lane immediately after a cottage on the left and continue for approximately 0.4 of a mile whereupon Trewithian Farm is on the right. SERVICES Private water supply with back up facility of a supply from a neighbouring farm. Air source heat pump providing heating to entire property. Mains electricity. Private drainage. Solar panels that are owned by the Vendor with feed-in tariff.   Read more

4 bed house

Stags | 4 bedroom property for sale in St. Tudy, Bodmin, Cornwall, PL30

listed on 2019-08-23  Stags   

St. Tudy, Bodmin, Cornwall, PL30 Guide price £775,000 | 4 bedrooms Property features • 4 Bedrooms • 3 Reception Rooms • Kitchen • Utility Room • Barn • Large Garden • Parking • No Onward Chain A prestigious village house with large garden and barn. 4 bedrooms, 3 reception rooms, kitchen, utility room, barn, large garden, parking, no onward chain. EPC Band: E   SITUATION The property is situated in the heart of the beautiful and unspoilt village of St Tudy opposite the Grade I listed parish church and Clink building. This conservation area lies close to the Camel Estuary and popular north Cornish coast and has a well-respected primary school, village public house and thriving Post Office/general stores and community centre catering for day to day needs. The village itself lies 6.3 miles from the estuary town of Wadebridge which sits astride the River Camel and offers a wide variety of independent shops, supermarkets and schooling facilities. In Wadebridge numerous sports and social clubs together with a cinema and access to the ever-popular Camel Cycle Trail. Mainline rail services are available at Bodmin Parkway whilst Newquay airport provides a number of scheduled flights to domestic and international destinations. DESCRIPTION This prominent village house was constructed in the late 1800's and sits at the centre of this sought-after village. The property benefits from a larger than average garden and a good size barn ideal for conversion with the necessary permissions. ACCOMMODATION The property is clearly illustrated on the floorplan overleaf and briefly comprises; a porch to a wooden front door leading to a hallway giving access to three spacious reception rooms and fitted kitchen with a range of base and eye level cupboards, space for an electric oven and a stainless steel sink with a separate utility on the ground floor. One of the reception rooms has been connected with a macerating WC, shower and vanity sink unit. Stairs lead to the first floor and four bedrooms and a family bathroom with panel enclose bath with shower above, low flush WC and wash hand basin. OUTSIDE To the front of the property is a pretty stone walled garden and path leading to the front door. To the rear is a larger than average garden and stone barn with a tiled roof measuring approximately 15'2 x 13'2 with two additional lean-to sheds ideal for conversion given the necessary permissions. The large garden has a number of garden sheds and workshops with road access and ample parking. The garden extending in all to approximately 0.29 acres. SERVICES Mains water, private drainage, mains electricity, oil-fired central heating. Please note the agents have not inspected or tested these services. DIRECTIONS From Wadebridge head north along the A39 Atlantic Highway passing by the village of St Kew Highway. Follow the road down the hill towards the Allen Valley taking the first right hand turning signposted St Tudy. Continue along this road for approximately two miles and taking the first left hand turning signposted to St Tudy and continue into the village passing the community shop on the right. As you reach the centre of the village the property will be located on the left hand side, identified by a Stags for sale sign. VIEWINGS Strictly by prior appointment with the vendor's appointed agents, Stags.   Read more

6 bed detached house

Stags | 6 bedroom property for sale in Pawton Springs, St Wenn, Cornwall, PL30

listed on 2019-04-22  Stags   

Pawton Springs, St Wenn, Cornwall, PL30 Guide price £775,000 | 6 bedrooms | 4.3 acres Property features • 6/8 Bedrooms • 2/4 Reception Rooms • Range of Outbuildings • Naturally Fed Lake • Private Rural Location • Stunning Far Reaching Views • No Immediate Neighbours • 4.3 Acres Former duchy farmhouse with flexible accommodation currently arranged into two separate dwellings. 6/8 Bedrooms, 2/4 reception rooms, range of outbuildings, 4.3 acres of land, naturally fed lake. Stunning far reaching views and no immediate neighbours. EPC Band F.   SITUATION The property enjoys a private and secluded location, surrounded by its own land, with no immediate neighbours, approximately 4.5 miles from the town of Wadebridge. Wadebridge sits astride the River Camel and offers a wide variety of independent shops, together with primary, secondary and sixth form education, cinema, numerous sports and social clubs, and access to the ever popular Camel cycle trail. The picturesque fishing harbour of Padstow is just 9.5 miles away with the internationally renowned home of Rick Stein's seafood restaurant. Surrounded by Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty the harbour boasts a myriad of quaint narrow streets arranged around the working harbour, together with a wide variety of shops, restaurants and boutiques. Access to the A30 can be gained at Bodmin, along with main line rail services at Bodmin Parkway, serving London Paddington via Plymouth. DESCRIPTION This attractive former Duchy farmhouse is partly constructed of stone beneath a slate roof and offers flexible accommodation, currently arranged for multi-generational use. ACCOMMODATION The accommodation is clearly illustrated on the floorplan overleaf and briefly comprises: An entrance hallway/utility room with slate floor, shower room and snug/bedroom 5. The kitchen offers a range of base and wall mounted units with breakfast bar. The living room/dining room boasts a feature stone fireplace housing wood burning stove and slate hearth and a beamed ceiling. The first floor offers 3 bedrooms and family bathroom. An entrance porch with slate floor provides access to a second kitchen forming part of an open plan living/dining room with multi-fuel burning stove. There is a sitting room/bedroom 4 with en-suite shower room and utility cupboard. Stairs rise to a landing which provides access to a further 3 bedrooms and a family bathroom. Bedroom 1 is a double room with built in cupboard space and a stable door opening to a raised balcony. OUTSIDE The property is approached via a private entrance lane and off-road parking for numerous vehicles. The gardens to the rear of the property are mainly laid to lawn with enclosed gravelled seating areas. There is a block and timber workshop with light and power in part, block outbuilding, 'long barn' with light and power, a naturally fed lake situated within an area of woodland and a pasture paddock. The property in all extends to 4.3 acres (1.74 ha) or thereabouts. SERVICES Mains electricity. Private water and drainage. Please note the agents have not inspected or tested these services. VIEWING Strictly by appointment with the vendor's appointed agents Stags. DIRECTIONS From Wadebridge take the road out of the town towards Burlawn. Having passed the turning to Burlawn proceed to Breock Downs and continue for 2 miles taking the right hand fork onto the No Through road. Proceed for 0.2 miles, taking the right hand fork and continue for a further 0.8 miles, where the entrance to the property will be found on the right hand side.   Read more

5 bed bungalow

Limehead, Bodmin, PL30 4LU

listed on 2019-07-19  PurpleBricks   

A truly stunning 5 bedroom detached country property with impressive attention to detail and a high spec finish situated in an elevated position with glorious views and surrounded by approximately 2.29 acres of land. The accommodation is light and spacious with a highly impressive main living space with a generous lounge, having a Stainless Steel Scandinavian wall hung log burner, leading into the dining room with extensive double sliding doors giving access to the front decking area taking full advantage of the view, the dinning room then leads into a beautiful modern kitchen. The property can be found in the heart of this pretty moorland village yet it's elevated position offers seclusion and privacy. Approached via a private driveway which leads up to the property, the driveway continues around to the rear where the bulk of the land is situated, there is a large modern two car wooden barn with electric Roller Shutter door and a two horse stable with Tack Room and Hay Loft adjoining . The land is currently utilised as a pony paddock with the addition of a field shelter. There are pleasant gardens at the side of the property with an extensive patio and decking running along the rear and the south facing aspect. The front of the property features a granite stone circle. There is ample off-road parking with a single garage at the other side. The kitchen is a real feature of the property with two tone high gloss doors and light granite work surfaces incorporating stylish curved units and a wealth of integrated AEG appliances including a self-cleaning fan oven, microwave combination oven, warming drawer, dishwasher and a fitted American Style fridge freezer. A ceramic five ring hob sits under the flush fitted ceiling mounted extractor. The property offers 5 bedrooms and a family bathroom, the master bedroom offering a superb En-suite, whilst there is a further bedroom with En-suite shower room.

4 bed house

4 bedroom property for sale in St Teath, North Cornwall

Property Particulars • Four/five bedrooms, 1 en-suite and 2 family bathrooms • Large kitchen extension providing a light and airy addition to the living accommodation and access to rear terrace and garden • A short drive to some of Cornwall’s finest beaches and fishing villages including; Port Isaac (just over 5 miles), Port Gaverne and Trebarwith • Set in generous grounds including parking for a minimum of 4 cars and private landscaped garden • Stone outhouse/storage building • In all about 2,034 sq. ft. (188.0 sq. m.) THE PROPERTY Trewennan Barn is an imposing, attractive and recently renovated barn conversion, nestled amongst the Cornish countryside on the edge of the popular village of St Teath. Carefully considered and sympathetically restored, the property provides the perfect blend of comfort and character and has been completed with high specification throughout. Ideally located within a short drive of Port Isaac, Port Gaverne and Trebarwith, this country retreat would make an exceptional main residence or holiday home alike. LOCATION St Teath is a charming Cornish village that retains a strong sense of local community, offering amenities such as; a village shop, post office, primary school, family run butchers, cafe and pub. The ever popular and thriving town of Wadebridge is just eight miles distant and provides a wider range of leisure and shopping facilities. Within a four mile drive the delightful beaches of Tregardock, Trebarwith and Port Gaverne are easily accessible. The historic fishing village of Port Isaac, famous for the TV series Doc Martin and the shanty singers Fishermans Friends, sits just a mile along the coast from Port Gaverne. It offers a wide range of cafés and eateries including two of Nathan Outlaw’s restaurants where he holds a combined three Michelin stars. Benefitting from a sailing school, ski school and championship golf course, the renowned waterside resort of Rock is a popular choice amongst locals and holiday makers alike. THE ACCOMODATION Accessed from the main drive way, the property has a generous gravel parking area to the front. The accommodation comprises: GROUND FLOOR • Open plan kitchen/dining/seating area with new kitchen extension, underfloor heating and access to rear terrace • Utility room • WC • Study • Snug/ 5th bedroom • Family bathroom FIRST FLOOR: • 4 bedrooms, 1 ensuite with underfloor heating • Family bathroom OUTSIDE The recent kitchen extension takes full advantage of the gardens and incorporates a well laid out terrace area adjoining the kitchen to provide the perfect area for al fresco dining. With private and generous landscaped gardens, largely laid to lawn and a storage shed to the side of the property which is ideal for stowing bikes, surfboards and outside equipment. SERVICES Mains water ~ private drainage (septic tank) ~ electricity ~ underfloor heating ~ oil fired central heating TENURE Freehold

5 bed detached house

Luxulyan, Cornwall

WITHIN THE MUCH SOUGHT AFTER VILLAGE OF LUXULYAN, AN IMPRESSIVE AND VERSATILE DETACHED FIVE BEDROOM FAMILY RESIDENCE SET WITHIN IT'S OWN GROUNDS. NESTLED WITHIN LARGE PRIVATE GARDENS EXTENDING TO APPROXIMATELY 2/3 OF AN ACRE AND IMPECCABLY PRESENTED THROUGHOUT, VIEWING IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED TO APPRECIATE THIS TRANQUIL, CONVENIENT SETTING AND HIGH QUALITY FINISH THROUGHOUT.

5 bed detached house

Stags | 5 bedroom property for sale in Withiel, Bodmin, Cornwall, PL30

listed on 2019-08-02  Stags   

Withiel, Bodmin, Cornwall, PL30 Guide price £675,000 | 5 bedrooms Property features • 3 Bedroom Farmhouse • 2 Bedroom Annexe • Wooden Barn • Wonderful Far Reaching Views • Ample Parking • Pretty Gardens Charming farmhouse and annexe set in a wonderful rural location. Three bedroom farmhouse, two bedroom annexe, wooden barn, wonderful far reaching views, ample parking and pretty Gardens. EPC Band: F   SITUATION The property is located in the beautiful rolling countryside that surrounds the ever popular village of Withiel. The thriving estuary town of Wadebridge is 6 miles away offering a wide range of shopping facilities, banking, schooling and recreational amenities associated with this bustling and vibrant town. Access to the stunning North Cornish Coast is just under 13 miles away and comprises of what is known locally as the Seven Bays; seven stunning beaches running from Mawgan Porth to Polzeath. There is access to the A30 trunk road three miles from the property connecting the cathedral towns of Truro and Exeter. Access to Newquay airport is 14 miles away and provides regular flights to both UK and European destinations. Mainline railway services to London Paddington can be accessed via Bodmin Parkway. DESCRIPTION This charming farmhouse and annexe are constructed of local stone and granite with the upper levels rendered under slate roofs. The properties benefit from stunning rural views and a peaceful and tranquil location. ACCOMMODATION The accommodation is clearly illustrated on the floorplan overleaf and comprises; a multi-panelled front door leading to a large sitting room with a wood burning stove on a slate hearth. There is access into the inner hall and the kitchen with a range of base and eye level units, Rayburn range, double electric oven, hob and extractor and integral dishwasher. A door leads to a rear hallway with access to a shower room with low flush WC and wash hand basin, and access to a dining room with double doors leading to a conservatory from which you can access the garden. Stairs rise to the first floor with three good sized bedrooms and a family bathroom. THE ANNEXE Access via a multi panel door to a fully fitted kitchen with slate floor, double oven and hob, built in fridge/freezer and a stainless steel sink. There are two ground floor bedrooms and a family bathroom with panel enclosed bath, shower, wash hand basin and WC with concealed cistern. Stairs lead to the first floor and a large multi-aspect sitting room with stunning views across the surrounding countryside. To one side is access to extensive under eves storage. OUTSIDE Approached via a gravel drive there is a large open sided wooden barn measuring 42' x 18'. There is a single garage measuring 19'1 x 11'5 and useful block built workshop and wood store sheds both with light and power. The property is surrounded by a pretty garden, productive vegetable patch and flower meadow. SERVICES Mains water, private drainage, mains electricity. Please note the agent has not tested or inspected these services. VIEWINGS Strictly by prior appointment with the vendor's appointed sole agents, Stags. DIRECTIONS Enter the village of Withiel from Wadebridge, passing the village hall on the right hand side. At the first junction take a left hand turning sign posted Ruthern Bridge and Bodmin. Continue down this hill for approximately one mile where the property will be located on the left hand side, identified with a Stags for sale sign.   Read more

4 bed detached house

, Lanivet, Bodmin PL30 5JB

This generous home complete with a total of approximately 6 Acres of land sits on the outskirts of the popular village of Lanivet, a short distance from the A30. The total five bedroom three reception room home offers a great deal of flexibility in its accommodation allowing for a range of options for separate space to be created. The impressive 6 Acres (approx.) is made up of a garden area, poly tunnels and three paddocks with separate vehicular access. Upon entering the property you are greeted by a reception hall ideal for leaving coats and boots. From here doors lead into the bathroom, kitchen and living room. Leading through into the living room you are struck by this properties impressive open spaces. The dual aspect living room offers an impressive wood burning stove built in and a mass of space. Glazed double doors lead through to a reception room adding to the feeling of space. This reception room offers stairs leading to the first floor and again dual aspect windows. An opening leads down two steps to the properties spacious utility room which has a useful access out to the rear. Upstairs this wing has three well-proportioned bedrooms and a generous bathroom. The first of these bedrooms is a generous double offering built in storage and views over the garden. The second bedroom is a spacious single bedroom due to its ?L? shape lay out and again offers garden views. The third bedroom is the largest of the three offering plenty of space for storage and further views over the garden. The bathroom is superbly finished and offers a spacious shower unit, hand basin and WC. This whole area benefits from external stairs that lead to a door on the landing. This means that this area could be made into a separate space if required. In the properties opposite, single story wing there is a spacious bathroom complete with bath with shower over, hand basin and WC. Further to this, there is a spacious farmhouse style kitchen with a range of built in units, spacious pantry, dual aspect windows and a stable door leading out to the garden. Two steps lead up to the spacious dining room which has a further generous storage cupboard and again offers dual aspect windows. From here a door leads through to an internal hallway which has internal doors to the further two rooms and an external door leading to the front. The first bedroom is a spacious double bedroom complete with en-suite shower room with shower, WC and hand basin. The largest bedroom is located to the end of the building and offers an impressive wood burning stove and dual aspect windows. Outside the property boasts a generous garden with spacious poly tunnel housing a rainwater fed swimming pool. A small stream flows through the land provides a relaxing atmosphere. The garden offers a hardstanding barbeque area with canvas cover. There is also a small private area to the side which offers a lawn and a gravelled patio area. To the rear of the property there is a truly expansive barn complete with large dry storage areas and a further TAC room area with three stable block built in. If this was not enough you also have an additional workshop complete with light and power and a stone detached outbuilding for further storage. The near field on the south side of the land houses two spacious poly tunnels complete with raised planting beds. The further three fields offer ideal pony paddocks with fairly level land running water and vehicular access to the south. Directions From our Wadebridge office head towards Bodmin taking the turning along Boundary Road and continue along this until you reach a roundabout at the end of this road. Turn right here heading towards Lanivet. Head through Lanivet and continue as if you were heading towards the next roundabout. As the road brakes into a dual carriageway on one side the entrance can be found on your right.

4 bed detached house

Stags | 4 bedroom property for sale in Redmoor, Bodmin, Cornwall, PL30

listed on 2019-04-21  Stags   

Redmoor, Bodmin, Cornwall, PL30 Guide price £650,000 | 4 bedrooms | 4.11 acres Property features • Architecturally Pleasing • Galleried Dining Room • Impressive Living Room • Kitchen/Breakfast Room • Utility Room • Conservatory/Study • 4 Bedrooms (1 En Suite) • Bathroom • Garaging/Workshop/Stabling/Outbuildings • Total c.4.11 Acres (1.66 Has) Impressive 2,550 sq ft barn, buildings, grounds & two paddocks. Architecturally pleasing. Galleried dining rm, impressive living rm. kitchen/breakfast rm, utility sun rm/Study, 4 beds (1 e/s), bathrm. Garaging, workshop etc. EPC Band F. 4.1 Acres   SITUATION Bodwen Barn is situated in a pleasant unspoilt rural position in an Area of Great Landscape Value about 3 miles from Lostwithiel, 5 miles from Lanhydrock and 4 miles from a junction onto the A30(T). DESCRIPTION Bodwen Barn lies at the end of a shared private driveway which is a no-through road. This impressive residence, with its glazed facade, stands in a south-facing position and offers a spacious and interesting converted barn extending to about 2,550 sq ft. It offers an individual feel with an Entrance Hall with Cloakroom off and opening to a Dining Room with wrap-around Library Gallery over and doors to outside seating areas.   The Kitchen/Breakfast Room boasts an extensive range of units with rolled worktops, an inset fan-assisted oven with separate oven and grill, 5-ring LPG hob with extractor hood, single drainer sink unit, space and plumbing for dishwasher. From the Breakfast Area there is a fine outlook. Off is a Utility Room with oil fired boiler set in a fireplace recess with granite lintel over, door to outside and plumbing for washing machine.   Also on the ground floor is an atmospheric Study/Sun Room with original Linhay granite pillar and anti-glare glazed roof and doors to outside. To the rear are 3 Bedrooms, one with high level mezzanine and door to storage space, and Bathroom.   On the first floor is an impressive Living Room with glazed facade, part glazed doors to Juliet balcony and an exposed granite elevation with wood-burner set in fireplace recess. A delightful room.   Off is a part glazed door to the Library Gallery with extensive bookshelving and windows with deep seats. Finally, there is a spacious Master Bedroom Suite with arched quarter-pane window, doors to outside granite steps, built-in wardrobe and en suite Bathroom. OUTBUILDINGS 1).Garaging/Stabling with Covered Log Store Area; Double Garage 18'6' x 14'6' with wide vehicular door; Single Garage 18'6' x 10'6' (previously Stabling) and Workshop 18'6' x 5'10' (previously Tack Room) - overall c.640 sq ft.   2). Outbuilding including two stables/stores c.10'1 x 10'1 and 10'1 x 6'6 and open store c.10'1 x 8'.   3).Three-bay Open Fronted Barn c.25'6 x19'6. GROUNDS AND PADDOCKS To the front, either side of the entrance driveway, are level lawn gardens interspersed with shrubs and trees with at the southern end an area of deciduous woodland. Aluminium framed Greenhouse. The land comprises two pasture paddocks which are accessed via a pair of gates from the grounds. VIEWING Strictly by prior appointment with Stags' Truro office on 01872 264488. DIRECTIONS From Bodmin take the B3268 towards Lostwithiel. Drive through Maudlin and towards the brow of the hill, turn right to Redmoor. At the crossroads, go straight over. Drive through Boslymon. Ignore the next turning to the left (unsignposted). At Redmoor, ignore the turning to the right, and after about a further 300 yards turn right (signposted Marshalls). Go over the small bridge and bear left (continue straight on). Stay on this lane and the entrance to Bodwen Barn will be seen on the right. SERVICES Private borehole water supply. Mains electricity connected. Private drainage. Oil-fired central heating system. Mainly double-glazed. TV & telephone points.   Read more

5 bed house

Stags | 5 bedroom property for sale in Churchtown, St Breward, Bodmin, Cornwall, PL30

listed on 2019-07-09  Stags   

Churchtown, St Breward, Bodmin, Cornwall, PL30 Guide price £645,000 | 5 bedrooms Property features • 4 Bedrooms • 1 Bedroom Annexe • Renovated to a High Standard • Fully Fitted Kitchen • Ample Parking • Stunning Views • Favoured Village Location Historic house refurbished to a superior standard and enjoying panoramic countryside views. 4 bedrooms, 1 bedroom annexe, renovated to a high standard, fully fitted kitchen, ample parking, stunning views, favoured village location. EPC Band: E.   SITUATION The property is located in Churchtown, the oldest hamlet within the village St Breward with its magnificent Grade I listed church of St Brueredus at its centre. The thriving village of St Breward benefits from a Post Office/general store, doctors surgery and excellent gastro-pub, The Old Inn. The Community Hall boasts a huge number of social events, clubs and activities. The property itself has had a pivotal role in the village over many years. It was the location of the original village store in the 1700s and subsequently a tailor/dressmaker shop, shoe shop and corn merchant. Latterly it was the village post office with its Victorian post box still in use today. Moments from the property there is access to Bodmin Moor, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a haven for horse riders, walkers and nature lovers alike. The estuary town of Wadebridge is 8.9 miles away and sits astride the River Camel. The North Cornish coast is 12.2 miles from the property offering some of the most stunning coastal scenery in the British Isles. Access to the A30 trunk road is 4.8 miles from the property and links the cathedral cities of Truro and Exeter. Mainline rail services are available at Bodmin Parkway connecting to London Paddington whilst Newquay airport provides a number of scheduled flights to both domestic and international destinations. DESCRIPTION This stunning 17th century property has been skilfully updated to provide a superior family home with the benefits of underfloor heating and double glazed doors and windows throughout. The flexible accommodation works well as a multi-generational property or the possibility of an income from the annexe. ACCOMMODATION The accommodation is clearly illustrated on the floor plan overleaf and briefly comprises; a glazed panel front door leading to a large hallway with stairs rising to the first floor. Accessed from the hall is a utility room with space and plumbing for a washing machine and a sink. There is a separate downstairs cloakroom with corner shower, WC and wash hand basin. The kitchen/diner is over 33' in length and comprises a fully fitted kitchen with a range oven, ceramic sink, integral dishwasher and shaker style cupboard doors with a wood block worktop. Off the main hall is the sitting room with a granite and slate fireplace with a lined chimney flue. From here there is access to the annexe accommodation comprising of two rooms on the ground floor and stairs to a bedroom, dressing area and ensuite with corner shower, low flush WC and wash hand basin. From the main stair case there is access to the master bedroom with ensuite facilities comprising of a shower, vanity sink unit and low flush WC. There are three further bedrooms and a family bathroom comprising of a large shower, vanity sink unit, freestanding roll-top bath and a stunning countryside view. From the bathroom there is access to the walk in store room housing the hot water cylinder. OUTSIDE On one side of the property there is access via a wooden gate to a large gravelled parking area and access to the rear garden. The rear garden is laid mainly to lawn and benefits from the most magnificent views across the North Cornish hinterland to the coast in the distance. SERVICES Mains water, mains drainage, mains electricity. Please note the agents have not inspected or tested these services. DIRECTIONS Pass the pub and church on your right and the property will be found located on the left hand identified by a Stags for sale board. Strictly by prior appointment with the vendor's sole appointed agents, Stags.   Read more

5 bed detached house

, St. Teath, St Teath, Bodmin PL30 3LB

We are delighted to offer this unique small holding to the market. Under 2 miles from the picturesque Cornish coast this property is situated in an elevated position with amazing views out over Bodmin Moor and Roughtor. Set within 7 acres this extremely spacious bungalow offers 5 bedrooms and 4 reception rooms including a hot tub room. To the left hand side of the property are several outbuildings:- Approximate measurements:- - 74' (22.5m) X 36' (11m) Tin Barn - 35' (10.8m) X 18' (5.5m) Nissen Hut - 14' (4.2m) X 6' (1.9m) Block Building - 61' (18.5m) X 21' (6.4m) X 10' (3.2m) Bottom barn These buildings comprise of a long tin barn providing storage for hay/straw and also sub divided into 3/4 stables. There is a further implement shed area and Nissen Hut which is divided into pig pens. The barns have an electricity supply and mains water. There are double doors which lead from the barns into the field and out onto the yard which has double gates out onto the lane. The land itself extends to 7 acres in total, this is split into two fields by Hedging/fencing. There is a gate which leads from the second field out onto the lane. The land is mostly level grazing land and is well drained. There is also a mains water trough supplied into the first field. The bungalow is accessed via the country lane through a wooden gate and into a private driveway which opens up into a parking area for 10+ vehicles. There is a raised stone bed with fish pond and doors to the double garage. A gate leads from the parking area into the front patio which extends round to the side of the property where there is a shed with power and internet. There is also a side gate which leads to the rear garden. The internal accommodation comprises briefly of a good size lounge with patio doors leading out into the garden and views out over Bodmin Moor and towards Roughtor. There is also a feature woodburner. A door leads into the conservatory and hot tub room which all open up into the garden and benefit from the incredible views. The hot tub can seat 5 people and has 2 beds and 3 seats. There is a second, good sized, lounge or family room which has a dining hatch and picture window looking out into the garden/views. The newly fitted kitchen comprises of integrated dishwasher and oven with separate gas hob. This good sized room also incorporates a dining area. An internal door leads from the main living area into the bedroom quarters. There are 5 good sized bedrooms, the master having the benefit of an en-suite and a separate family bathroom with inset bath looking out over the garden and towards the views beyond. The large back garden is mainly laid to lawn and stocked with plenty of plants and shrubs. There is also a greenhouse with mains water and fruit tree patch. The rear patio is located directly behind the property so ideal for alfresco dining. The garden is also fully enclosed and therefore ideal for children and pets. Located in the bottom right-hand corner of the garden is a two bedroom static caravan. Approximately 24' X 12' with water, drainage, LPG heating and high speed internet. This property offer tremendous scope and potential for further conversion, to create separate accommodation or even the possibility of installing yurts or shepherd huts (the relevant permission would need to be sought from Cornwall Council) on the land or equally for somebody looking to keep their horses at home. Viewing is highly recommended to truly appreciate the property. Services - Council Tax band E, mains water (not metered), private drainage - tank located in the top right of first field, 7 acres. High speed, fibre optic internet which comes directly from the exchange to the property. EPC - D Directions Leaving Wadebridge continue over the old bridge turning left onto Gonvena Hill, continue to the top of the hill to major roundabout. Proceed straight across onto the A39 in the direction of Camelford. After approximately 5 miles turn left after Knightsmill (on sharp right hand bend) signposted St Teath. Proceed uphill to the centre of the village. Continue through the village passed the school and the playground. Continue in the direction of Delabole through the tight bend and over a stone bridge and the property will be found along the straight stretch of road on the right hand side before the turning for Newhall Green.

6 bed detached house

The Coach House

Situated in the quiet hamlet of Tregaddock just outside the village of St. Mabyn, this large beautifully designed six bedroom property, converted from an original coach house, has a pretty enclosed courtyard garden and a large delightfully landscaped garden almost opposite. The Coach House was integrated into one large home but was originally adapted as two properties, offering the flexibility for sub division or redevelopment. LOCATION The property is set less than a mile from the heart of the pretty village of St. Mabyn with its parish Church, public house and restaurant, local shop and a primary school. The scenic Camel Trail is nearby, joining at Helland from Wenford Bridge, then following on to Wadebridge ending at Padstow. The renowned coastal village of Port Isaac is twelve miles to the north with Polzeath and Daymer Bay beaches about ten miles away. The pretty town of Wadebridge is about six miles distant. Bodmin to the south also about six miles. Bodmin lies at the junction of the A30 and A38 trunk roads and the nearby mainline railway station at Bodmin Parkway which runs from Penzance to Paddington. Newquay Airport is a forty minute drive and Plymouth Ferry port is an hour away. THE PROPERTY This has a delightful rural setting and as can be seen on the plan in this brochure, will be found on the right hand side of the lane. Just below and almost opposite, is the separate and beautifully landscaped garden. This is accessed either from a five bar farm gate at its southern end or by its pedestrian gate just south of the Coach House. This garden has a field shelter, garden shed, two greenhouses and a summerhouse. Power and water are metered. THE ACCOMODATION This is entered through the conservatory to the front which has double glazed windows, a pitched roof, a seat height mahogany storage cupboard runs the length of one wall. A stable door leads through to the entrance hall which has a tiled floor, shelved alcove and high beamed ceiling. To one side a corridor leads through to bedroom four with a built in shelved cupboard and to the shower room. Wide steps lead down from the hall to the first reception room. Here there is a mock fireplace opening with Jack and Jill slate stonework and York stone hearth, original beamed ceiling and built-in shelving and window seat made from reclaimed timber. Doors open from the reception room to bedrooms five and six. To the other side of the reception room a wide opening leads through to the kitchen/breakfast room with beamed ceiling and large central timber pillar. There are a good range of cream panel fronted floor and wall cabinets with worktops which incorporate a double sink unit with mixer taps. A four oven electric Aga efficiently heats the house as well providing the cooking facilities. There are spaces for a dishwasher and fridge/freezer. To the rear of the kitchen, a door leads through to a large ancillary room which is currently used as a utility room/store but could easily be integrated into the kitchen by removing the partition wall. This room has previously been used as a playroom, bedroom and office. Off the kitchen is the good sized dining room which has double aspect windows and a sloping beamed ceiling. A turned open staircase leads up to the first floor via a half landing under which is a good sized storage area. Off the half landing is bedroom three which is currently used as an office having a sloping beamed ceiling and a door out to the front of the property. The main living room is spacious and light with a vaulted ceiling and exposed roof trusses. There is a large fireplace opening with inset Clearview multi fuel stove and a gallery overlooking the dining room below. At the rear of the living room a corridor leads to the family bathroom which comprises a corner bath with shower over, vanity sink and W.C. Across the corridor is a storage room which could be used as an office or study. To the other side of the lounge there is a built-in airing cupboard housing the hot water storage cylinder. The generously proportioned master bedroom has dual aspect windows. Bedroom two has a built- in double wardrobe, this room could easily be incorporated into the master bedroom as an en-suite or dressing room if required. GROUND FLOOR Conservatory (4.50m x 2.74m (14'9' x 9')) Entrance Hall Farmhouse Kitchen (6.35m max x 4.22m max) Utility/Games Room (4.24m x 3.50m (13'11' x 11'6')) Dining Room (4.62m min x 3.43m max) Family/Reception Room (6.10m x 3.33m (20'0' x 10'11')) Bedroom Three (3.58m max x 3m max) Shower Room Bedroom Four (3.78m x 2.54m (12'5' x 8'4')) Bedroom Five (3.45m min x 3.45m) Bedroom Six (2.57m x 2.13m (8'5' x 7')) FIRST FLOOR Galleried Area Drawing Room (6.02m x 4.27m (19'9' x 14'0')) Bedroom One (5.44m min x 3.35m max) Bedroom Two (3.35m max x 2.57m max) Study/Box Room (3.35m x 1.45m (11' x 4'9'))

6 bed detached house

6 Bedroom Detached House For Sale in Tregaddock, St.Mabyn, Bodmin

listed on 2019-06-04  Fine and Country   

Price £625,000 6 Bedroom Detached House For Sale in Tregaddock, St.Mabyn, Bodmin 6 Situated in the quiet hamlet of Tregaddock just outside the village of St. Mabyn, this large beautifully designed six bedroom property, converted from an original coach house, has a pretty enclosed courtyard garden and a large delightfully landscaped garden almost opposite. LOCATION The property is set less than a mile from the heart of the pretty village of St. Mabyn with its parish Church, public house and restaurant, local shop and a primary school. The scenic Camel Trail is nearby, joining at Helland from Wenford Bridge, then following on to Wadebridge ending at Padstow. The renowned coastal village of Port Isaac is twelve miles to the north with Polzeath and Daymer Bay beaches about ten miles away. The pretty town of Wadebridge is about six miles distant. Bodmin to the south also about six miles. Bodmin lies at the junction of the A30 and A38 trunk roads and the nearby mainline railway station at Bodmin Parkway which runs from Penzance to Paddington. Newquay Airport is a forty minute drive and Plymouth Ferry port is an hour away. THE PROPERTY This has a delightful rural setting and as can be seen on the plan in this brochure, will be found on the right hand side of the lane. Just below and almost opposite, is the separate and beautifully landscaped garden. This is accessed either from a five bar farm gate at its southern end or by its pedestrian gate just south of the Coach House. This garden has a field shelter, garden shed, two greenhouses and a summerhouse. Power and water are metered. THE ACCOMODATION This is entered through the conservatory to the front which has double glazed windows, a pitched roof, a seat height mahogany storage cupboard runs the length of one wall. A stable door leads through to the entrance hall which has a tiled floor, shelved alcove and high beamed ceiling. To one side a corridor leads through to bedroom four with a built in shelved cupboard and to the shower room. Wide steps lead down from the hall to the first reception room. Here there is a mock fireplace opening with Jack and Jill slate stonework and York stone hearth, original beamed ceiling and built-in shelving and window seat made from reclaimed timber. Doors open from the reception room to bedrooms five and six. To the other side of the reception room a wide opening leads through to the kitchen/breakfast room with beamed ceiling and large central timber pillar. There are a good range of cream panel fronted floor and wall cabinets with worktops which incorporate a double sink unit with mixer taps. A four oven electric Aga efficiently heats the house as well providing the cooking facilities. There are spaces for a dishwasher and fridge/freezer. To the rear of the kitchen, a door leads through to a large ancillary room which is currently used as a utility room/store but could easily be integrated into the kitchen by removing the partition wall. This room has previously been used as a playroom, bedroom and office. Off the kitchen is the good sized dining room which has double aspect windows and a sloping beamed ceiling. A turned open staircase leads up to the first floor via a half landing under which is a good sized storage area. Off the half landing is bedroom three which is currently used as an office having a sloping beamed ceiling and a door out to the front of the property. The main living room is spacious and light with a vaulted ceiling and exposed roof trusses. There is a large fireplace opening with inset Clearview multi fuel stove and a gallery overlooking the dining room below. At the rear of the living room a corridor leads to the family bathroom which comprises a corner bath with shower over, vanity sink and W.C. Across the corridor is a storage room which could be used as an office or study. To the other side of the lounge there is a built-in airing cupboard housing the hot water storage cylinder. The generously proportioned master bedroom has dual aspect windows. Bedroom two has a built- in double wardrobe, this room could easily be incorporated into the master bedroom as an en-suite or dressing room if required. GROUND FLOOR Conservatory 14'9' x 9' (4.5m x 2.74m). Entrance Hall Farmhouse Kitchen 20'10' (6.35m) max x 13'10' (4.22m) max. Utility/Games Room 13'11' x 11'6' (4.24m x 3.5m). Dining Room 15'2' (4.62m) min x 11'3' (3.43m) max. Family/Reception Room 20' x 10'11' (6.1m x 3.33m). Bedroom Three 11'9' max x 9'10' max (3.58m max x 3m max). Shower Room Bedroom Four 12'5' x 8'4' (3.78m x 2.54m). Bedroom Five 11'4' min x 11'4' (3.45m min x 3.45m). Bedroom Six 8'5' x 7' (2.57m x 2.13m). FIRST FLOOR Galleried Area Drawing Room 19'9' x 14' (6.02m x 4.27m). Bedroom One 17'10' (5.44m) min x 11' (3.35m) max. Bedroom Two 11' (3.35m) max x 8'5' (2.57m) max. Study/Box Room 11' x 4'9' (3.35m x 1.45m). Take the turning from its junction right off the A389 road from Bodmin to Wadebridge on to the B3266 road travelling north towards Camelford. Travel along this road for about three miles and you will reach Longstone. At the cross roads turn left to St. Mabyn. After a short distance take the turning to the right marked with a no through lane sign. Carry on up the lane and the property will be found on the right hand side a little further along. Property Features In a sheltered and quiet setting part way along a no through lane A splendid large home of great character sensitively adapted from its original conversion as two large apartments With six bedrooms and two bath/shower rooms Three reception rooms, one with gallery above and large conservatory Spacious kitchen/family room with large utility/ancillary room adjoining Delightful enclosed immediate courtyard garden with two open garages and additional parking spaces Lovely private garden adapted from a small field with a summerhouse, field shelter, shed and two greenhouses Media

5 bed house

, St. Kew Highway, Bodmin PL30 3DP

Situated in a popular village of St Kew Highway is this outstandingly presented five bedroom family home with an additional two/three bedroom attached annex. The property boasts bags of character having formerly been a two separate farm cottages and accompanying barn. Features include numerous exposed beams, clome ovens, and impressive fireplaces. The property also sits in the middle of an approximately 1/3 of an acre plot offering spacious gardens, a sizable double garage and plentiful parking to the front. Upon entering the property you are greeted by a spacious bright and open entrance hall with doors leading to the utility, WC, annex and internal hall. The internal hall leads through to an impressive open plan kitchen dining room with twin clome ovens, Belfast sink and impressive breakfast bar. The dining area has a feature fireplace and stunning slate flagstone flooring. The living room has a bright and airy feel with two windows overlooking the rear garden and a striking feature wall with open fire focal point. The room also has a handy under stair space currently used as a study area. The ground floor also offers a further spacious reception room with windows to the front and rear. Upstairs the property has two separate areas one end comprising two double bedrooms and a bathroom with the other comprising three double bedrooms and a bathroom. The sizable master bedroom and two smaller double bedrooms are served by a spacious and superbly presented bathroom complete with shower, WC, hand basin and roll top bath. The properties ace in its sleeve, is the incredible two/three bedroom annex. The open plan living dining room is superbly presented with impressive vaulted ceiling, exposed beams and dual aspect windows and double doors leading to the annex garden area. This room also houses a stunning wood burning fire and has stairs leading to the first floor. The quirky study/bedroom three has been cleverly designed to make the most of the original barns lay out. The almost triangular room has two double glazed windows to one side and would make a spacious single bedroom or study. The doorway under the stairs leads through to the kitchen which is ?L? shaped and offers a range of fitted units with built in oven and hob. This room again has dual aspect windows to both front and rear making it bright and airy. There is then a separate entrance hall with doors leading to the annex master bedroom and bathroom. The annex master bedroom is a well-proportioned double bedroom with an expensive range of fitted wardrobes and double doors leading out to the garden. The annex bathroom is again spacious offering a large shower, separate bath, WC and hand basin. Upstairs there is a pleasant galleried reading area overlooking the living room with a door leading to the impressive 18?6 second bedroom with window to one side and eves storage to either side. Outside the property boast an approximately half acre plot with double garage with single swing door, light and power, four outhouses ideal for storage with one housing the buildings original outdoor toilet. The garden enjoys a good amount of the day?s sunlight and has a patio area and spacious lawn with Cornish stone wall boarders. A further garden extends to the side of the property and could easily be made into a totally separate garden area for the annex. The property also has an expansive parking area, capable of housing a large number of vehicles. Directions From Bond Oxborough Phillips Wadebridge head over the bridge and up Gonvena Hill towards the A39. Join the A39 at the roundabout and continue along this road until you reach St Kew Highway, here take a left turn to head through the village. Approximately 500 yards down this road, you will find the property on your right hand side.

3 bed detached house

Stags | 3 bedroom property for sale in Tredinnick Pits, Lanhydrock, Cornwall, PL30

listed on 2019-08-24  Stags   

Tredinnick Pits, Lanhydrock, Cornwall, PL30 Offers in excess of £595,000 | 3 bedrooms | 6.5 acres Property features • Wonderful rural setting • Lovely views to Helman Tor • 3 Bedroom cottage • Attractive mature gardens • Paddocks with outbuildings • Polytunnel and wind turbine Idyllic rural small holding surrounded by a picturesque landscape. Great views to Helman Tor. Well presented 3 bed cottage with 3 receps. Lovely gardens. Outbuildings. 2 paddocks with workshop, 40' Polytunnel. 6 kw wind turbine. EPC Band C 6.5 Acres   THE SITUATION Approached over a no-through road and with views to Helman Tor, The Stables nestles amidst the scenic rolling countryside of mid-Cornwall. Close to the parkland golf course at Lanhydrock, Tredinnick Pits is a small rural hamlet with direct access to the Red Moor Nature Reserve, a designated SSSI managed by the Cornwall Wildlife Trust.   The nearby town of Bodmin provides a comprehensive range of facilities. Closer still is the ancient Stannary town of Lostwithiel sitting astride the River Fowey and retaining a number of fine buildings.   Lying as it does almost equidistant between the south coast and the dramatic north coast, The Stables is also ideally positioned to access many renowned sandy beaches and historic coastal towns such as Padstow, Fowey and Charlestown. Other notable nearby attractions include Lanhydrock House which is maintained by The National Trust whilst to the east is Bodmin Moor designated an AONB and a haven for walkers and nature lovers alike.   OUTSIDE The grounds are a true feature of this property with a lawn garden incorporating a wildlife pond, a detached Garage and two Timber Outbuildings. Beyond the formal gardens and benefitting from its own independent access onto the country lane is a pretty tree lined paddock overlooked by 'Wendy's House' a charming Summerhouse with wood-burning stove.   To the east and rising to a magnificent vantage point is a paddock of around 5.5 acres with a westerly slope. At the foot is a useful timber Workshop that has scope to create stabling if required. At the top of the paddock is a 40' Polytunnel surrounded by vegetable gardens and a substantial Wind Turbine. Both water and electricity are available at this position. THE PROPERTY The Stables is a truly idyllic country cottage set with approaching 6.5 acres of land comprising formal gardens and nearly six acres of pasture. A drone video can be seen on youtube - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mSVgSSW0W6I. The property also offers an opportunity to live in a sustainable manner with bore hole water supply, its own 6 kw wind turbine with feed in tariff and a 40' Polytunnel.   The Cottage itself provides comfortable three Bedroom (one En-Suite) accommodation together with three Reception Rooms that includes a splendid Conservatory overlooking the delightful garden. The Kitchen is well-appointed with a range of cream Shaker style units with resin work surfaces and Esse range style cooker. VIEWINGS Strictly and only by prior appointment with Stags' Truro office on 01872 264488. DIRECTIONS Depart Bodmin on the B3268 heading towards Lostwithiel and passing over the roundabout with the turning to Lanhydrock House. Continue for approximately 1/2 mile and on the brow of the hill turn right. Proceed for a further 1/2 mile and turn left descending into the valley passing the properties on the right-hand side. At the grassed triangle, turn left into the no-through road and The Stables will be on the left-hand side after approximately 0.2 of a mile. EPC BAND For further information please contact Stags. SERVICES Private shared water supply. Private drainage. Mains electricity connected. Privately owned 6 kw wind turbine with feed-in tariff.   Read more

5 bed detached house

Nanstallon, Bodmin, Cornwall, PL30

listed on 2019-09-14  John D Wood and Co   

TENURE: Unknown This is a wonderful example of an eighteenth century detached cottage set within a tranquil rural location with countryside views. The former farm cottage now extended provides plenty of accommodation yet retains a wealth of character and charm with timber flooring, beamed ceilings, fire places and a variety of outbuildings. One of the buildings has the potential to be an annex for the main property of ideal for holiday letting. • Wonderful character cottage set in 3.3 acres of gardens and two paddocks • Four bedrooms with a large master suite plus including an en-suite bathroom • Superb character sitting room with fire place and beamed ceiling • Large open breakfast and dining room ideal for entertaining • Country style fitted kitchen with centre island and Rayburn range oven • Ground floor shower room plus first floor family bathroom • Double glazed conservatory with lovely garden and country views • Detached stone outbuilding ideal for a one bedroom annex • Further outbuildings for storage and work shop • Solar panels providing electricity and hot water • Formal garden surrounding the main property along with the swimming pool • 2 large paddocks at the rear of the property with superb country views, ideal for horses or livestock • No onward chain The Property As you arrive at the property between two outbuildings the stone courtyard area leads you to the entrance porch. Stepping into the hallway gives you a sense of the history and character of the property with the beamed ceiling, slate flooring plus the turning timber staircase rising to the first floor. Staying in the older cottage to one side of the hall is a study perfect to work from home or perhaps a fifth bedroom. Also from the hall you enter the stunning spacious sitting room with a focal stone fire place with alcove shelving plus an inset log burning stove. This room also has timber flooring, beamed ceiling and the large bay style windows that let in plenty of light. . 1 Again from the hall moving into the extended part of the property a passage with fitted storage cupboards takes you past a modern style shower room with wc, and onto the country style kitchen. This is an integral part of the property fitted to a contemporary Shaker style. There are a variety of units with part oak and slate work surfaces. Part of the character of the kitchen is the inset butlers sink plus the oil fired Rayburn range oven which also provides the hot water and central heating. There are integrated appliances including the dishwasher and fridge/freezer plus a central island with storage and a large slate work area. . 2 From the kitchen is a large open breakfast and dining area perfect for entertaining friends or family or formal dinner parties. Double doors lead out to the double glazed conservatory which looks out over the gardens towards the swimming pool and the countryside beyond. This also links to the bay window of the sitting room via a door, so providing plenty of space to enjoy the garden and sunshine. From the breakfast area a door gives access the utility/boot room which has plumbing for a washing machine, plus doors at either end to access the gardens. First Floor From the landing within the older cottage part of the property are two double bedrooms with views across the gardens and countryside while there is also a single bedroom plus the family bathroom. To one end of the landing you enter through to the master bedroom suite within the extended part of the property. The suit consists of a library seating room, a large bedroom with timber flooring, built-in wardrobes and views from full height windows over the gardens and countryside. This room also has the addition of the en-suite bathroom with a roll top bath, two vanity sinks and a separate shower cubical. Annex This is a detached stone building formally used as a one bedroom annex. The property now requires renovating but could become a useful part of the property for either family or holiday letting income. Gardens & Grounds At the front of the property within the courtyard are the old piggery buildings used for log and garden storage. Surrounding the property are the formal gardens with large lawn areas edged with hedging, trees, shrubs and flower beds. To the lower garden is the swimming pool and summer house perfectly place to capture the sun. The pool has a water filtration system. To the rear of the property is a detached garage making an ideal store or workshop. The majority of the land approximately 2.6 acres stretches away from the property of two large paddocks ideal for a couple of horses or other livestock. The countryside views from the field are extensive and worth seeing. Services The property has private water and drainage. Mains electricity, oil fired central heating via Rayburn stove. Solar panels fitted in 2010, the system is insured and can be passed on to a new buyer, FIT is 47.5p per kWh. Council Tax Band D Location Located a short distance from the popular village of Nanstallon in the Camel Valley, this property is situated in a private and rural location. The renowned Camel Cycle Trail and Camel Valley Vineyard are a short distance and the popular town of Wadebridge is just over six miles to the west sitting astride the Camel Estuary. Thirteen miles to the northwest are the popular surfing beaches of Polzeath and Daymer Bay. The former county town of Bodmin is just over three miles away affording a comprehensive range of shopping, banking, schooling and recreational facilities and amenities. Access to the A30 dual carriageway can be gained at Bodmin, linking the cathedral cities of Exeter and Truro. Seven miles to the west is access to Bodmin Parkway railway station serving London Paddington via Plymouth, whilst Newquay Airport offers a number of scheduled flights to both domestic and international destinations. Agent Note There is a public footpath indicated on the Cornwall Council website which starts from within the property heading through the fields but stops short of a continuation onto other highways or paths.

5 bed detached house

Nanstallon, PL30

listed on 2019-05-16  CountryWide   

This is a wonderful example of an eighteenth century detached cottage set within a tranquil rural location with countryside views. The former farm cottage now extended provides plenty of accommodation yet retains a wealth of character and charm with timber flooring, beamed ceilings, fire places and a variety of outbuildings. One of the buildings has the potential to be an annex for the main property of ideal for holiday letting. • Wonderful character cottage set in 3.3 acres of gardens and two paddocks • Four bedrooms with a large master suite plus including an en-suite bathroom • Superb character sitting room with fire place and beamed ceiling • Large open breakfast and dining room ideal for entertaining • Country style fitted kitchen with centre island and Rayburn range oven • Ground floor shower room plus first floor family bathroom • Double glazed conservatory with lovely garden and country views • Detached stone outbuilding ideal for a one bedroom annex • Further outbuildings for storage and work shop • Solar panels providing electricity and hot water • Formal garden surrounding the main property along with the swimming pool • 2 large paddocks at the rear of the property with superb country views, ideal for horses or livestock • No onward chain The Property As you arrive at the property between two outbuildings the stone courtyard area leads you to the entrance porch. Stepping into the hallway gives you a sense of the history and character of the property with the beamed ceiling, slate flooring plus the turning timber staircase rising to the first floor. Staying in the older cottage to one side of the hall is a study perfect to work from home or perhaps a fifth bedroom. Also from the hall you enter the stunning spacious sitting room with a focal stone fire place with alcove shelving plus an inset log burning stove. This room also has timber flooring, beamed ceiling and the large bay style windows that let in plenty of light. . 1 Again from the hall moving into the extended part of the property a passage with fitted storage cupboards takes you past a modern style shower room with wc, and onto the country style kitchen. This is an integral part of the property fitted to a contemporary Shaker style. There are a variety of units with part oak and slate work surfaces. Part of the character of the kitchen is the inset butlers sink plus the oil fired Rayburn range oven which also provides the hot water and central heating. There are integrated appliances including the dishwasher and fridge/freezer plus a central island with storage and a large slate work area. . 2 From the kitchen is a large open breakfast and dining area perfect for entertaining friends or family or formal dinner parties. Double doors lead out to the double glazed conservatory which looks out over the gardens towards the swimming pool and the countryside beyond. This also links to the bay window of the sitting room via a door, so providing plenty of space to enjoy the garden and sunshine. From the breakfast area a door gives access the utility/boot room which has plumbing for a washing machine, plus doors at either end to access the gardens. First Floor From the landing within the older cottage part of the property are two double bedrooms with views across the gardens and countryside while there is also a single bedroom plus the family bathroom. To one end of the landing you enter through to the master bedroom suite within the extended part of the property. The suit consists of a library seating room, a large bedroom with timber flooring, built-in wardrobes and views from full height windows over the gardens and countryside. This room also has the addition of the en-suite bathroom with a roll top bath, two vanity sinks and a separate shower cubical. Annex This is a detached stone building formally used as a one bedroom annex. The property now requires renovating but could become a useful part of the property for either family or holiday letting income. Gardens & Grounds At the front of the property within the courtyard are the old piggery buildings used for log and garden storage. Surrounding the property are the formal gardens with large lawn areas edged with hedging, trees, shrubs and flower beds. To the lower garden is the swimming pool and summer house perfectly place to capture the sun. The pool has a water filtration system. To the rear of the property is a detached garage making an ideal store or workshop. The majority of the land approximately 2.6 acres stretches away from the property of two large paddocks ideal for a couple of horses or other livestock. The countryside views from the field are extensive and worth seeing. Services The property has private water and drainage. Mains electricity, oil fired central heating via Rayburn stove. Solar panels fitted in 2010, the system is insured and can be passed on to a new buyer, FIT is 47.5p per kWh. Council Tax Band D Location Located a short distance from the popular village of Nanstallon in the Camel Valley, this property is situated in a private and rural location. The renowned Camel Cycle Trail and Camel Valley Vineyard are a short distance and the popular town of Wadebridge is just over six miles to the west sitting astride the Camel Estuary. Thirteen miles to the northwest are the popular surfing beaches of Polzeath and Daymer Bay. The former county town of Bodmin is just over three miles away affording a comprehensive range of shopping, banking, schooling and recreational facilities and amenities. Access to the A30 dual carriageway can be gained at Bodmin, linking the cathedral cities of Exeter and Truro. Seven miles to the west is access to Bodmin Parkway railway station serving London Paddington via Plymouth, whilst Newquay Airport offers a number of scheduled flights to both domestic and international destinations. Agent Note There is a public footpath indicated on the Cornwall Council website which starts from within the property heading through the fields but stops short of a continuation onto other highways or paths. Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate

3 bed detached house

Stags | 3 bedroom property for sale in Blisland, Bodmin, PL30

listed on 2019-05-16  Stags   

Blisland, Bodmin, PL30 Guide price £575,000 | 3 bedrooms Property features • Inverted Accommodation • Large Garden • Outbuilding and Garage • Private Rural Location Converted barn in a peaceful rural setting requiring a degree of reconfiguration. Inverted accommodation, large garden, outbuilding and garage, private rural location. EPC Band: D   SITUATION The property enjoys a most enviable and tranquil rural setting. The attractive moorland village of Blisland is just over 1 mile away with its charming village green, historic church, award winning public house, community store and primary school. Close by is the Camel cycle and walking trail from Wenford Bridge to the fishing village of Padstow at the mouth of the Camel estuary. The property is located within 14 miles of the magnificent North Cornish coast. The estuary town of Wadebridge, which sits astride the River Camel, is 8 miles away and offers a variety of independent shops, supermarkets, restaurants, and public houses along with primary, secondary and sixth form educational facilities. Access to the A30 can be gained 1.8 miles from the property. DESCRIPTION This converted barn is constructed from stone and granite under a slate roof and originally formed part of the Penrose farming hamlet. The property benefits from an additional large stone and slate outbuilding and detached single garage. ACCOMMODATION The accommodation is clearly illustrated on the floorplan overleaf and briefly comprises; a porch leading to double glazed doors into the hallway. The sleeping accommodation is on the ground floor with the master bedroom benefiting from a dressing room and the potential of an ensuite, currently used as a utility room with low flush WC and space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble drier. Bedroom two has been converted into a downstairs kitchen with an Aga. Along the hallway is bedroom three next to a family bathroom with panel enclosed bath, separate shower, low flush WC, bidet and wash hand basin. There is also a separate downstairs WC with wash hand basin. Stairs lead to the first floor and a large sitting room with a wood burning stove on a slate heath. From the sitting room there are steps down to a study area which currently houses the water heating cylinder, a low flush WC and bidet. Off the sitting room is a dining room and fully fitted kitchen with electric oven, space and plumbing for dishwasher and a double drainer stainless steel sink. OUTSIDE The property is approached via a gravel drive to a parking area in front of a single storey barn measuring approximately 16' x 26'. The rear side of the slate roof of this barn houses a set of photo-voltaic panels. There is an additional stone and slate single garage measuring approximately 22' x 11'. The house sits centrally in an extremely private plot with a large wooden summer house to one side of the garden. The garden is laid mainly to lawn with a wide variety of shrubs and mature trees. SERVICES Private water, private drainage, mains electricity, bulk LPG. Please note the agents have not inspected or tested these services. VIEWINGS Strictly by prior appointment with the vendor's sole appointed agent, Stags. DIRECTIONS Heading south on the A30 towards Truro, leave the trunk road at Preeze Cross, going over the flyover following the signs towards Blisland. At the first staggered junction turn right, then immediately left sign posted St Mabyn and continue along this road until it turns sharply to the right where the entrance lane to the property can be found on the left-hand side. Continue down the lane where the property will be identified with a Stags for sale board. LOCAL AUTHORITY Cornwall Council, County Hall, Treyew Road, Truro, Cornwall, TR1 3AY. Tel: 0300 1234 100.   Read more

4 bed house

Higher Tynes Cottage

Set in gardens of just under 0.6 of an acre and with views across open fields to the sea and the north Cornwall coast, this spacious and most appealing four bedroom home with privacy and about four miles from the coastal village of Port Isaac. LOCATION Set about one and a quarter miles as the crow flies from the north Cornwall coast and the coastal footpath, this property is considered to be ideal for Bed & Breakfast/holiday use. This is set in well screened and private gardens by the B3314 road leading from Camelford to the north then through to Polzeath (about seven miles distant) to the west and then down to the well known town of Wadebridge on the lowest bridging point of the river Camel about six miles away. The public footpath runs along the adjoining lane leading to the l coast and further down the road will be found the popular villages of St Endellion and Pendoggett. About one and a quarter miles to the north is the village of Delabole with its good range of facilities. THE PROPERTY As you enter the drive to Higher Tynes Cottage you will first see the beautiful elevations of what was until six or seven years ago a considerably smaller property which has now been extended in great style and keeping and completed with an attractive half elevation in mature slate facings. From the terrace tucked away to the rear of the property as well as from the house itself extensive views of the beautiful Cornish countryside and Atlantic coast beyond can be enjoyed and for holiday makers as well as owners, to be able to go down an adjoining public footpath to the coastal path is a must. THE GARDENS The property is approached through a gate onto the long sweeping entrance drive with mature trees on each side then extending to the front of the property with extensive parking and a car port tucked away to the left. The beautiful gardens comprise mainly lawns to the front and sides and with a well fitted Shepherds hut, a great place to escape! then onto the attractive large terrace finished in random slates and from where the outstanding views can be enjoyed. There are then easy to maintain raised vegetable plots with extensive footpaths and then to the rear a large timber workshop and also an aluminium framed greenhouse about 10’ x 8’. There is a further timber workshop just off the front terrace. The gardens are well bounded by mature hedges giving privacy. THE ACCOMMODATION This is provided with oil fired central heating from an externally located modern boiler. Whilst extended the house has retained the original charm of extensive beamed ceilings and on the ground floor with slated floors throughout. Access is through the outer entrance hall and then with the inner door leading to the dining room with staircase to the first floor, a door to the left to the kitchen and a further entrance to the right leading to the inner hall. The extensive views can be enjoyed from the dining room. The kitchen/family room is quite delightful with a slate surround and drainer to the Belfast sink with cabinets beneath, other floor cabinets and wall cabinets above and large walk-in larder, but very much arranged in cottage style with the owners free standing dressers and other fittings (not included). There is also a multi-fuel Rayburn and electric double oven cooker and this room is very much a family room with its large breakfast room adjoining. A door leads to the rear entrance with utility area and then onto the garden terrace. Adjoining the inner hall is a shower room with separate shower cubicle, wash hand basin and w.c. The hall continues through to the sitting room which has a magnificent granite fireplace incorporating a wood burner and then opens onto the second sitting room area making this a very large room but still of great charm. On the first floor the landing goes to the right and leads through to the principal bedroom with its extensive views. The second bedroom adjoins this landing and is also a double bedroom and next is the family bathroom with panelled bath and electric shower fitting above and shower screen, low level w.c., wash hand basin and a built in airing cupboard enclosing a factory insulated hot water storage cylinder and immersion heater. Bedroom three is a very large double bedroom with further door then leading into bedroom four, the end double bedroom. NOTE We consider that it is quite feasible and at reasonable cost to continue the landing through bedroom three then leading to bedroom four leaving bedroom three still as a good size room. GROUND FLOOR Rear Porch Kitchen/Breakfast Room (6.17m x 4.50m (20'3' x 14'9')) Dining Room (5.26m x 4.50m (17'3' x 14'9')) Sitting Room (9.07m max x 3.99m) FIRST FLOOR Bedroom One (4.50m x 3.50m (14'9' x 11'6')) Bedroom Two (3.58m max x 3.43m max) Bedroom Three (3.80m x 3.80m (12'6' x 12'6')) Bedroom Four (4.04m x 3.89m (13'3' x 12'9')) Bathroom