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Trevisquite, St Mabyn, Bodmin, Cornwall, PL30
Guide price £595,000 | 3 bedrooms | 2.51 acres

Property features

• 2 Bedroom Barn Conversion
• Kitchen/Dining Room/Sitting Room
• Wet Room
• Approved DPP For Extension
• Detached Annexe With A 5* Star Holiday Rating
• Lounge/Kitchen/Bathroom
• 68' (20.73 m) Outbuilding
• 2.514 Acres In All

Charming pair of converted barns with pasture enclosures and large workshop. 2 Bedroom barn conversion, kitchen/dining room/sitting room, wet room, detached annexe with a 5* star holiday rating, lounge/kitchen/bathroom, 68' (20.73m) outbuilding, approved DPP for extension, 2.514 acres in all. EPC Band: D & C
The property is situated in a glorious rural position between the well respected villages of St Mabyn and St Tudy. Both of these neighbouring villages offer a range of local facilities, including primary schools, public houses, post office and general stores and picturesque churches. More extensive amenities can be found in the former market town of Wadebridge, which sits astride the River Camel and offers a wide variety of shops with primary, secondary and sixth form education, cinema, veterinary surgery, doctors and a wide range of sports and social clubs.
The property is perfectly placed to access the magnificent North Cornish coastline. Within 10 miles of the property are a wide range of surfing beaches including Polzeath and Daymer Bay, whilst the watersports haven of Rock has long stretches of sandy beaches on the shores of the beautiful Camel estuary. Nearby Padstow and Port Isaac are renowned harbour villages with a number of fine restaurants, including Rick Stein's seafood restaurant and Nathan Outlaw's fish restaurant.
To the east of St Mabyn is the splendour of Bodmin Moor, designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and a haven for walkers and nature lovers alike. The mainline railway services can be accessed at Bodmin Parkway, connecting with London Paddington via Plymouth, whilst Newquay Airport offers a number of scheduled flights to both domestic and International destinations.

These two charming barns are constructed of local stone under slate roofs and were believed to have first been built in the mid 1800's. Occupying a quiet and peaceful location, the properties are ideally suited for a dependant relative, holiday rental or smallholding. The accommodation briefly comprises of:

The entrance to the property is via a set of bi-folding doors into an open plan kitchen, dining room and sitting room. At one end is a stone fireplace, housing a wood burning stove. The room itself has vaulted ceilings with exposed green oak beams, underfloor heating with travertine tiling throughout. The kitchen area comprises of a range of base and eye level units with granite worktop, stainless steel sink, integrated dishwasher, electric hob and oven with extractor above. There are two double bedrooms and a wetroom with shower, low flush WC, wash hand basin and heated towel rail.

The annexe affords superb uninterrupted views across farmland and is currently set up as a one bedroom holiday cottage, which has proved very popular with guests returning year after year. The property is entered via a wooden door to the kitchen area, comprising of a rolled top work surface with tiles splash back and stainless steel sink, 2 ring electric hob with an oven below and space for a fridge/freezer. The sitting room has windows to the front and side. There is a double bedroom and separate bathroom comprising of a panel enclosed bath with shower above, low flush WC, wash hand basin and heated towel rail.

The property is approached off a quiet lane via a tarmac drive with parking for numerous cars. At the far end of the driveway is a large timber WORKSHOP measuring approximately 20.73m x 5.56m (68' x 18'3") with turnout area to the rear. The workshop is an extremely versatile space that lends itself to a number of options for working from home, stabling, storage or other activities. The building is wired with numerous sockets incorporating an office 3.02m x 5.56m (9'11" x 17'03") and laundry 1.91m x 2.41m (6'3" x 7'11"). The wooden frame sits on a concrete pad with light, power and drainage.

The property extends in all to 2.514 acres (1.018 hectares) or thereabouts. The land is contained within 3 pasture enclosures which are well fenced and bounded.

Planning permission has been approved to increase footprint of existing property. Details of the planning are available on the Cornwall Council Planning Portal, reference number: PA17/06801.

Mains water, private drainage, mains electricity, oil fired central heating and broadband. Please note the agent has not tested or inspected these services.

Strictly by prior appointment with the vendor's sole appointed agents, Stags.

From Wadebridge proceed on the A39 towards Camelford and after approximately 3 miles, turn right signposted St Mabyn, just opposite St Kew Harvest sign. Follow the road down the hill and over the bridge and at the bottom take the next left hand turning signposted Trevisquite and St Tudy. Follow this road until you reach the T-junction, turn left. Descend down the hill and as the hill inclines on the other side, the property will be found on the right hand side, with access via a 5 bar wooden gate.


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