This beautiful barn conversion is situated within a peaceful and private location just a stroll from the beach and within a short distance from the twin seaside villages of Seaton and Downderry which offer great facilities including a primary school, public houses, restaurants, churches and village stores/post office. St Germans is also close by and provides excellent commuter links with Plymouth for the Plymouth to London Paddington service (only three hours). Additional recreational facilities include golf, approx. four miles to the east at Portwrinkle or Looe Bindown approximately five miles to the west, along with many Coastal Path walks for lovers of the great outdoors to explore and take in the sea air. This rural area although coastal is easily accessible via the A38 for easy access to Plymouth, Exeter and beyond or the A374 to Torpoint utilising the vehicle ferry - a swift option when visiting Plymouth City Centre. Plymouth itself offers a more varied shopping experience , well regarded schools, university & hospital. A cross channel Ferry Port provides regular services to Brittany in Northern France & Santander in Northern Spain.DESCRIPTION
A charming high specification barn conversion situated in a south facing position with wonderful countryside and distant sea views. A fantastic home offering spacious reverse level accommodation just a short stroll from the beach. This represents a rare opportunity to buy a family home with good size gardens lending itself well to those seeking as a permanent or holiday home in a very special place.ACCOMMODATION
This beautifully presented, reverse level home is light and spacious throughout and offers versatile accommodation set over two floors. This stunning barn was converted to a high specification throughout and has been well maintained and updated over the past ten years by the current Vendors. The property benefits from a stunning 27' (approx.) dual aspect sitting room with Juliet balcony, French doors to the garden, 18' vaulted ceiling and a woodburning stove. The attractive Kitchen features a bespoke 'Treyone' solid wood kitchen which has co-ordinating siltstone worktops and has been recently fitted along with a fantastic oil-fired Rayburn, there is also ample space for dining furniture in this dual aspect kitchen/diner. The ground floor hallway leads to the downstairs cloakroom, study, utility room, family bathroom and four double bedrooms (1 en-suite).
Externally this beautiful family home boasts a large gated gravel driveway with parking for numerous vehicles, adjacent garage and a delightful landscaped garden which has a superb paved patio area - a great space for entertaining and alfresco dining. The extensive lawn areas wrap around the property and backs onto open fields.SERVICES
Oil Fired Central Heating, Mains electric, Mains Water and Private Drainage.DIRECTIONS
From Plymouth proceed westerly, over the Tamar Bridge and through the villages of Landrake and Tideford. At Trerulefoot roundabout turn left onto the A374 signposted Polbathic and Torpoint. After approx. one mile turn right sign posted for Looe. At the top of the hill turn left sign posted Narkus and Downderry. In the middle of the hamlet of Narkus the road forks - keep right . Continue for approx. half a mile and Treliddon Barn can be found on your right.