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Tucked away in a quiet and peaceful location overlooking nearby National Trust land and the River Lynher is this very well presented smallholding. Beginning life as an agricultural barn and converted in the 1980's, the property has cottage-like aesthetics yet still retains barn-like characteristics. This is an opportunity not to be missed for those looking for a slice of the good life!
You approach the property through a double glazed door into the hallway with real wood floor where stairs rise to the first floor and also descend to the lower ground floor. The master bedroom is a very sizeable room with three windows allowing natural light to fill the space. The second bedroom is another double room with a great view over the landscaped garden.
The first floor contains the dual aspect kitchen with a vaulted ceiling and a range of cream wall and base units incorporating a Belfast sink and an abundance of worktop space ideal for preparing home cooked meals and there is also a breakfast area. Steps lead up to the separate dual aspect sitting/dining room with windows to the front overlooking the garden and paddocks beyond. As with the kitchen, this room also has a high vaulted ceiling. The sitting area is centred around a multi-fuel burner with a beautiful exposed stone wall. The dining area is closest to the kitchen and has plenty of space for a family dining table ideal for those family get-togethers and entertaining. On the whole this room is very generously proportioned and is well laid out.
Further down the hallway is the third bedroom which is a great size single room with ample space for freestanding furniture as well as a built-in wardrobe. Further storage is found under the staircase. There is a refitted wet room with fully tiled walls and a glazed screen as well as the family bathroom, also refitted, with a matching three piece suite and fully tiled walls.
The property is approached from a parish lane through a five bar gate onto a driveway suitable for at least 4/5 vehicles. Adjoining the property is a large private terrace suitable for outside dining that is sheltered and enjoys views towards nearby National Trust woodland. The terrace is flanked by an expanse of lawn with flowerbeds to one side. The garden continues to the side and rear of the property and the driveway and garden are enclosed to all sides keeping children and pets perfectly safe. The whole plot feels extremely private and is not immediately overlooked. Leading from the driveway are gates to 2 self-contained paddocks which are totally enclosed by natural hedges and post and rail fencing. These paddocks offer endless possibilities which could include grazing animals, growing vegetables or somewhere for children and pets to let off some steam! In total, the paddocks amount to circa 1 acre. (TBC)
Mains electricity. Private water (bore hole). Private drainage (septic tank). Oil fired heating.
Clive Pearce Property is the trading name of Cornwall Estate Agents LTD registered in England and Wales No. 10417746. VAT No. 154 721 614