Under Offer

Guide price

£600,000

Tremail, Camelford, Cornwall, PL32

3 bedroom house for sale

detached House, Fine and Country

3 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

1 Receptions

Key Features

  • Well presented detached Grade II Listed barn conversion.
  • Retaining a wealth of character features.
  • Offered for sale with no forward chain.
  • Light and airy living space.
  • Main bedroom with en-suite shower room/WC.
  • Oil fired central heating and oak framed double glazing.
  • Large gravelled parking area and terrace.
  • Detached garage with utility room and WC at the rear.
  • Large workshop/tractor store with power.
  • Further block built sheds.
  • Adjacent pasture with in all some 2.67 acres.
  • Good striking distance of the north Cornish coastline.
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Property Description

This Grade II Listed detached barn conversion has been in the hands of our client’s wider family for many years and transferred to their exclusive ownership back in 2009. They then immediately started the process of extending and converting it into comfortable three-bedroom accommodation which is mainly single storey. In recent weeks the former tenant has vacated and the property has been carefully prepared for marketing and the ultimate transfer to the new owners. The barn has a wealth of original features which have been preserved such as beamed ceilings, deep slate cills and solid wooden internal doors. The outside space includes a large gravelled driveway and parking area, a detached substantial garage with utility room and WC at the rear, a workshop and stores. The level lawn is ideal for those with children to consider and the pasture paddock is well enclosed and ideal for keeping stock including horses. The dramatic scenery of the north Cornish coast and miles of cliff top walks and sandy beaches are within easy striking distance from the barn.

The barn is accessed from the front entrance door which opens into the hallway. This leads into the kitchen area which is well equipped with a range of matching wood fronted wall and base units with granite effect roll top working surfaces. There is concealed underlighting beneath the wall cupboards. Spaces are in place for an electric oven with a built-in extractor fan above and for a dishwasher, fridge and freezer. The kitchen has modern downlighting, attractive tiled splashbacks and vinyl flooring. This leads through into the lounge/dining area which forms part of the extended part of the building, it is dual aspect and has large double doors which open out to the graveled terrace area. In the corner, sat upon a slated hearth is a wood burning stove which warms the room which is also often washed with natural sunlight.

There are three bedrooms in total, the third bedroom could be used as a home office and has a roof window providing natural light. The main bedroom is found on the ground floor and has an under stair storage cupboard and an en-suite shower room/WC which has an electric shower within the cubicle and a heated towel rail. Concluding the ground floor is the family bathroom/WC which has a paneled bath with a hand-held shower attachment and heated towel rail.

The first floor is made up exclusively by the second bedroom which has a wonderful vaulted ceiling and a door which leads out to a raised stone terrace which has external steps which descend down to the garden and boiler house.

Many modern comforts are in place such as oil-fired central heating and oak framed sealed unit double glazed windows.

Externally, Lower Tremail Barn has off road parking within the graveled driveway which is enclosed by a five bar gate. The large detached block built garage has power, light and water and a sectional manual entrance door. At the rear of the garage is a utility room with plumbing for a washing machine and a separate WC. It would be perfect for useful secure storage of valued items. Behind the garage is an oil tank store with a gap for the hose to fill the tank. A tractor shed/workshop provides further storage and is a multi-use building with power connected. There are two more useful block stores which could be modified and used as stables as they are located next to the main gently sloping paddock. The pasture is well enclosed by a natural boundary and has multiple accesses. The property is considered ideal for those wanting to keep stock or horses and have them located close to the main property.

The barn is nestled in a quiet location in the very heart of the North Cornish Countryside yet within good access of the A395 and A39. General amenities such as a general store/sub Post Office, County Primary School, Secondary school, Public Houses, and take away restaurants will be found at the town of Camelford approximately 5 miles from the property. The ancient former market town of Launceston lies approximately 13 miles to the east and has a range of shopping, schooling, commercial and recreational facilities. Further extensive facilities and transport links by road, rail and air will be found in the cities of Plymouth and Exeter. Plymouth being 33 miles distant and Exeter being 54 miles away. Popular tourist areas of Port Isaac, Boscastle and Crackington Haven are within easy striking distance along with the coastal resorts of Bude and Widemouth Bay, well known for their excellent surf and sandy beaches. The rugged beauty of Bodmin moor with its myriad of walking and hiking opportunities is also within walking distance of the property.

The barn is nestled in a quiet location in the very heart of the North Cornish Countryside yet within good access of the A395 and A39. General amenities such as a general store/sub Post Office, County Primary School, Secondary school, Public Houses, and take away restaurants will be found at the town of Camelford approximately 5 miles from the property. The ancient former market town of Launceston lies approximately 13 miles to the east and has a range of shopping, schooling, commercial and recreational facilities. Further extensive facilities and transport links by road, rail and air will be found in the cities of Plymouth and Exeter. Plymouth being 33 miles distant and Exeter being 54 miles away. Popular tourist areas of Port Isaac, Boscastle and Crackington Haven are within easy striking distance along with the coastal resorts of Bude and Widemouth Bay, well known for their excellent surf and sandy beaches. The rugged beauty of Bodmin moor with its myriad of walking and hiking opportunities is also within walking distance of the property.

Key Information

Tenure:

Freehold

Council Tax:

D

EPC:

D

SERVICES:

Mains water and electricity. Private drainage.

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