This delightful and adaptable barn conversion enjoys a rural position with picturesque views of the surrounding countryside. The famous fishing port and family resort of Looe is 5.2 miles to the south, with other coastal beauty spots such as Seaton, Talland Bay and Polperro close at hand. The rural village of St Keyne is 2.3 miles.
The market town of Liskeard is 4.6 miles away with a range of amenities including a mainline railway station with regular services to London, Paddington via Plymouth and Exeter. The city of Plymouth on the Devon side of the River Tamar is 17.7 miles away.DESCRIPTION
The barn was converted by the current owners in 2003, with great attention to detail and the use of high-quality materials along with the exposed beams and high ceilings, have produced a comfortable family home with plenty of outdoor space.ACCOMMODATION
The accommodation is clearly illustrated in the floorplan overleaf and briefly comprises: a hallway with slate flagstone floors and access to a downstairs cloakroom.
The sitting room has hardwood floors, A-frame exposed beams, a wood burning stove on a slate hearth and double doors opening out onto a decked patio. The kitchen/diner has a range of fitted units and a central island with a granite worktop. There is space for a Range cooker and American style fridge/freezer. Steps lead up to a utility room with space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer and door to the side of the property. In the dining/sitting area there is a wood burning stove on a slate hearth and double doors leading out to the front enclosed courtyard garden. Off the inner hallway there are stairs to the first floor and a door to the ground floor bedroom with an en suite shower.
To the first floor there is a principal bedroom which has a dressing area with built in cupboards, Juliette balcony with views over the garden and an en suite shower. There are 2 further bedrooms all with built in cupboards and a family bathroom.OUTSIDE
The property is approached via a quiet parish road leading to a gravelled parking area for numerous cars. A gravel pathway leads to the enclosed front courtyard garden with a paved path leading to the front entrance. The land in front of the property is undoubtedly a particular feature with wonderful countryside views and is laid mainly to grass with numerous trees including many different varieties of apple, in keeping with the previous heritage of a cider orchard. There is also a productive vegetable area. To the side of the property are two block-built stables and an adjoining tack room/woodstore. Behind this this is an area of land with an unused static caravan with separate access from the road.
The property is south-facing, and the courtyard garden and decked area adjoining the sitting room are suntraps ideal for enjoying outdoor entertaining.
The property extends in all to 1.87 acres.AGENTS NOTE
A small pump shed is located at the bottom of the garden and marked on the associated land plan. This was formally used to pump water to Trewen Orchard and the neighbouring property. Both properties have subsequently updated and relocated their respective supplies and this pump shed is now obsolete. The shed is however still in the ownership of next door.SERVICES
Private water and private drainage. Mains electricity. Oil fired central heating. Fibre Optic Broadband providing superfast speed. Please note the agent has not inspected or tested these services. The property is sold subject to all local authority charges.VIEWING
Strictly by appointment with the vendor's appointed agents, Stags.DIRECTIONS
From Liskeard take the A38 dual carriageway east towards Plymouth. In approximately 1 mile, cross the carriageway, taking the B3252. Continue for approximately 1.5 miles and at Bylane End junction turn right. Follow this lane for ½ a mile where the property is located on the left hand side.