NO FORWARD CHAINSet about 1.5 miles from St Neot in rural valley setting, an outstanding very spacious 4/5 bedroom country barn conversion with a charming detached high quality 2 bedroom holiday cottage. Read more
NO FORWARD CHAINSet about 1.5 miles from St Neot in rural valley setting, an outstanding very spacious 4/5 bedroom country barn conversion with a charming detached high quality 2 bedroom holiday cottage.
LOCATION The property has a sheltered country setting with one neighbour only, the adjoining farm but each having separate access.The A38 trunk road is a short drive to the south and to the north the A30 trunk road is no more than ten minutes or so drive over the beautiful scenery of nearby Bodmin Moor and running alongside Colliford Lake.Both north and south coasts are about half an hours drive only and this part of Cornwall is rich in country amenities, the first being the outstanding and world renowned Eden Project about fifteen miles distant, Lanhydrock House about five miles away to the south of Bodmin and close to the Lanhydrock Golf Course and Hotel.The outstanding village of St Neot well known for its beauty and voted the village of year in 2004 followed by the village of the decade in 2006 is about one and a half miles away.The village has its local shop and well known public house set alongside the beautiful parish church.The larger towns of Bodmin to the west and Liskeard to the east are both about seven miles drive and Newquay Cornwall Airport with its increasing range of national and international connections is about half an hours drive to the west.Bodmin Parkway Railway Station is about four miles distant.
THE PROPERTIES AND EXTERIORS Both the main residence and the cottage are of outstanding finish and will not disappoint.The main house with its considerable charm and partially wisteria clad wall is south facing onto the immaculate gardens with extensive lawns, mature shrubs and flower borders and high screen hedging from the adjoining farmhouse.A five bar gate from the lane into the front garden has good parking for two or three cars onto the drive finished in chippings which offers immediate parking for the holiday guests using the cottage.At the bottom of the garden a small stream passes inside the boundary and is bridged by an area of decking nicely tucked away behind the cottage for the benefit of the guests.A path leads to the side of the main house then to the rear which has a separate vehicle access and gate giving parking for several vehicles and with a screen then separating the rear courtyard garden.
THE GARDEN ROOM AND WORKSHOP This is located at the end of the rear garden and has double doors opening into the main workshop as well as a pedestrian door opposite the kitchen.The workshop has a vaulted roof and offers plenty of space and with electricity laid on and ideal for the craftsman.An opening leads onto a small garden room with plant troughs.A high wall and door then opens into the main garden room with its high stone walls with grape vine and floor of slate chippings.
To the other side of the lane a further five bar gate opens into the second garden which adjoins neighbouring fields and open countryside and extends for about 300 feet up the hill and is about 0.27 of an acre.There are extensive lawns, vegetable plots, an extensive range of fruit trees and an attractive wisteria.There are three sitting out areas of decking of varying sizes located at the bottom, middle and to the top of the garden which benefits from the most advantageous country views.There is also a garden tunnel, a small caravan screened by conifers and timber workshop with electric supply and outside tap.
THE MAIN HOUSE This is accessed from the front drive and slate roofed porch then leading into the entrance with its floor finished in slate tiles with this floor finish running through all rooms on the ground floor.A staircase leads to the first floor and a rear door opens into the shower room with separate shower cubicle, basin and w.c.To the right is the sitting room with patio doors opening onto the front lawn, a large stone and granite fireplace, beamed ceiling and further door leading through to the good size study which alternatively could be used as a fifth bedroom if required.Returning to the hall a door leads to the left through to the large second reception room/dining room with a further granite and stone fireplace incorporating a multi-fuel stove unit and also having a beamed ceiling.A door leads into the kitchen which has a range of fitted floor and matching wall cabinets including plate racks, laminate worktops and with a range of integrated appliances including a dishwasher, refrigerator and freezer.There is a propane gas fired cooker range and next to this a modern solid fuel Rayburn cooker in black, a stainless steel one and a half bowl sink unit and a part glazed door leads to the rear court.A door opening leads through to the utility room with plumbing and space for an automatic washing machine and other space for further appliances, freezer etc.
On the first floor the central staircase arrives at the long landing areas to each side and having a built in linen cupboard.The large principal bedroom has a built-in wardrobe and French doors opening into the room and onto a Juliet balcony overlooking the main garden.A further door leads into the en-suite shower room with separate shower cubicle, wash basin and w.c.There are three further double bedrooms all with built-in wardrobes and with bedroom three also having French doors leading onto a Juliet balcony.The family bathroom is of good size with a panelled bath, basin and w.c. and a shaver mirror with hidden light.
TRENAY BARN COTTAGE This cottage exudes considerable charm and quality and produces a lucrative income and further details are available on request.Details of the holiday letting business can be seen on www.cottages.com.The property is offered for sale fully fitted and equipped for a continuation of the holiday letting business.The front door leads into the entrance hall with the double bedroom to one side and an inner door opens into the spacious reception room with a wood burning stove unit, vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers, electric night storage heater and a staircase leading to the first floor loft bedroom.The kitchen is provided with a range of units and fittings including an electric cooker and refrigerator.The bathroom has a panelled bath, basin and w.c. and a small built-in airing cupboard.A further door leads from the kitchen to the exterior and the decked terrace.
SERVICES Mains electricity, private water supply and drainage (to both Trenay Barns and Trenay Barn Cottage).Oil fired central heating to Trenay Barn.
COUNCIL TAX Cornwall Council - Band D
UNIFORM BUSINESS RATES Rateable value £2,700 per annum. However, under small business rate relief, there have been no monies payable for approximately 6 years.
ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATES Trenay Barn - E Trenay Barn Cottage - F
Dining Room19' max x 15' max (5.8m max x 4.57m max).
Kitchen15'3" x 10'9" (4.65m x 3.28m).
Living Room19'3" x 15' (5.87m x 4.57m).
Study/Bedroom Five15' x 7' (4.57m x 2.13m).
Bedroom One16'3" (4.95m) max x 15' (4.57m) max.
En-suite Shower Room
Bedroom Two15'6" (4.72m) max x 9'9" (2.97m) max.
Bedroom Three12' x 9'9" (3.66m x 2.97m).
Bedroom Four11'9" x 11' (3.58m x 3.35m).
Family Bathroom8'9" x 8' (2.67m x 2.44m).
TRENAY BARN COTTAGE
Reception Room21' x 14'2" (6.4m x 4.32m).
Kitchen8'2" x 7'8" (2.5m x 2.34m).
Bedroom10'10" x 8'2" (3.3m x 2.5m).
Loft Bedroom11'1" x 8'2" (3.38m x 2.5m).
Travelling from Bodmin east towards Liskeard on the A38, after about six miles the Halfway House Inn will be seen on the left hand side.Turn into this lane signposted St Neot and follow the lane to the left signposted Tredinnick.Drive past Little Tredinnick and Great Tredinnick Farms then at the T-junction take the turning to the right.Follow this lane to the bottom of the hill and Trenay Barns will be seen on the left hand side.