Situated on an unmade country road on the outskirts of the highly sought after village of Tregonetha is this superb barn conversion which is full of character charm and has all the benefits of a modern home. Read more
Situated on an unmade country road on the outskirts of the highly sought after village of Tregonetha is this superb barn conversion which is full of character charm and has all the benefits of a modern home. The accommodation has been intelligently designed to maintain the property's character while maintaining a sense of space and light throughout. The property also offers an expansive parking area and two outbuildings and two stables.
Upon approaching the property you are greeted by a five bar gate which opens onto a generous gravel parking area. The property's external charms strike you immediately, its robust granite construction offset by its quaint wooden windows and doors. The properties annex is detached and sits to the right of the main residence.
Upon entry to the home you are greeted by a welcoming reception hall. This spacious hallway has a galleried landing above providing natural light and a generous storage cupboard under the wooden turn staircase. To your left a door leads through to the kitchen which offers a range of fitted units and is plentifully big enough to take a breakfast table.
To one end of the room is a feature red brick surround for the oil fired Aga with small granite tops sit either side of the Aga providing useful workspace. There is also an additional exterior stable door to the side of the property. Further to this there is a door to the utility room situated to the far end of the room. The utility is large enough to house a range of white goods and also houses the central heating boiler. To one side there is a further stable door leading back to the parking area and to the opposite, a door leading to the downstairs cloakroom, with WC and hand basin.
Passing back through the kitchen and reception hall you enter the drawing room. This bright and airy space offers both rural and garden views via a window to the side and double glazed French doors which overlook the manicured rear garden. The space is open plan to the living room yet cleverly separated by a decent of two red brick steps to the main living space. This spacious room offers a dual aspect to both front and rear and a commanding granite fireplace with multi-fuel burner inset creates a focal point.
Ascending the staircase to the galleried landing you will note the vaulted ceiling and the great sense of light and space that comes with it. There is an area for a bookshelf here and space to sit and read while enjoying your surroundings.
The master suite occupies the whole of one end of the building and is dual aspect with a built in wardrobe and outstanding views over the propertys gardens via its double glazed Juliette balcony. Two stairs lead you down to the en-suite bathroom which comes complete with a roll top bath, separate large corner shower cubicle with rain-forest shower, WC, hand basin and a centrally heated towel rail. To the right of this room is a door leading to a walk in wardrobe providing generous extra storage and access to a large eaves storage
The second bedroom is situated to the opposite end of the property and has the benefit of its own separate access via external granite stairs. The room also offers rural views as well as a hand basin and shower fitted into the room, together with a built-in wardrobe. The second bathroom is also to this end of the property and offers a large corner bath, WC and basin. There is also a roof window and the properties airing cupboard.
The third bedroom is the smallest of the bedrooms and again offers a roof window allowing the room to be flooded with light. The room also offers a built in wardrobe handy for storage.
Outside the property boasts a formal garden and paddock.
To the rear of the property there is a paved sun terrace and lawn area with large pond complete with water feature and a number of carp. There are a number of trees and shrubs interspersed throughout the garden making it a real treasure trove of delightful areas to enjoy. To the right of the garden is the first outbuilding. This building was originally the properties garage but has been converted into a two bedroom annexe. This building offers two good sized double bedrooms with a Jack and Jill style shower room between.
The paddock has two further outbuildings in it the first of which is a pair of stables measuring approximately 12 by 12 each, ideal for anyone who enjoys riding or perhaps would want to convert the building for additional accommodation or holiday let (subject to the relevant planning constraints). The second building which has power, light, waterand drainage, is currently used as a Gin distillery and offers two rooms one currently used as an office and bottle room and the other used for distilling. Again this building could continue to be run commercially or alternatively it could also be converted for additional accommodation for holiday let (subject to the relevant planning constraints). From the paddock a gateway opens to theadditional land (available separately) which is level and enjoys wonderful far reaching countryside views. The closest field has commercial planning permission for a new building with separate vehicular entrance. The most distant field already enjoys separate vehicular access to the country highway.
Full details of which can be found on Cornwall County Council planning website with the application number PA17/02871. Of course this planning offers great opportunity to any prospective purchaser to start their own Gin distillery business however you may be able to amend the plans to alternative businesses subject to the relevant permissions.
LOCATION The hamlet of Tregonetha enjoys a rural location just 10 miles from the coast at Padstow.The coastal resort of Newquay is 11 miles distant and Bodmin 12 miles.
Truro city centre is just 19 miles away.The cathedral city has the largest shopping centre in the county with high street names such as Debenhams, Marks & Spencer and Waitrose.Private schooling for all ages is also available in Truro.
Entrance Hall11'3" x 9'3" (3.43m x 2.82m).
Living Room15'11" x 13'1" (4.85m x 3.99m).
Drawing Room17'1" x 14'5" (5.2m x 4.4m).
Kitchen14'3" x 15'5" (4.34m x 4.7m).
Utility Room10'11" x 6'8" (3.33m x 2.03m).
Bathroom10'2" x 7'9" (3.1m x 2.36m).
Bedroom 214'8" x 13'8" (4.47m x 4.17m).
Bedroom 310'2" x 7'6" (3.1m x 2.29m).
Master Bedroom14'9" x 12'2" (4.5m x 3.7m).
En Suite9'6" x 7'5" (2.9m x 2.26m).
Bedroom 115' (Max) x 13'3" (4.57m (Max) x 4.04m).
Bedroom 213'3" x 7'10" (4.04m x 2.39m).
Stable 112' x 12' (3.66m x 3.66m).
Stable 212' x 12' (3.66m x 3.66m).
Room 115'2" x 12'11" (max) (4.62m x 3.94m (max)).
Room 215'3" x 8'7" (max) (4.65m x 2.62m (max)).
Leave Newquay along Cliff Road which becomes Henver Road. Continue until reaching a roundabout (Trewollack new homes site on the right). Take the first exit (left turn) and follow this road (A392) until reaching the Trekenning Roundabout. Take the second exit onto the A39. Proceed to the next roundabout and take the third exit signposted St Austell (B3274). Drive along this road for some miles until entering Tregonetha. At the green turn left and travel along a short unmade road. Trewenna Barn is the second property on your right.