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Lanlivery, Bodmin
Guide price £925,000 | 4 bedrooms | 8.72 acres

Property features

• Favoured Area
• Attractive Converted Barn
• U-shaped Spacious Residence
• Potential for Self-contained Annexe (STP)
• Front Courtyard & Low Maintenance Garden
• Rear Enclosed Garden
• Excellent Garage/GP Building
• Adjoining Fields & Woodland
• Landscape Views
• Total c.8.72 Acres

SITUATION
About a mile to the north of Lanlivery near Helman Tor, Whistow Barn is situated in an attractive rural area. Lanlivery includes a public house, primary school and church. There are good communication links with a junction to the A30(T) about 4 miles to the north and Bodmin Parkway Railway Station on the London Paddington line is about 7 miles. The towns of Lostwithiel, Bodmin and St Austell are each about 3 miles, 6 miles and 7 miles respectively.

THE RESIDENCE AND COURTYARD GARDEN
The pedestrian approach is via the front most attractive low maintenance enclosed courtyard garden with paved paths and stone chipped seating areas to a choice of doors to the ground floor. Whistow Barn converted to a sympathetic and high standard about 20 years

The main part glazed front door opens to an Entrance Hall with stairs off to the first floor and doors off to the Kitchen/Living Room and Utility Room/Family Room. The Kitchen/Living Room with aspect and doors to the front and rear includes an extensive range of matching base and eye level units with polished granite worktops to splashback tiling, an oil-fired four-oven Aga, double bowl deep sink unit, integral dishwasher, integral refrigerator and long breakfast bar. Within the Living Area is a wood-burner on a raised hearth.

From the Kitchen is a Side Hall with doors to the courtyard, a spacious Dining/Sitting Room, third Bedroom and Shower Room.

There most attractive double aspect and long Dining/Sitting Room is on two tiers - the higher tier currently used as a Dining Area and the lower tier as a Sitting Room, the focal point of which is a granite arched fireplace with display niches and housing a wood-burner set on slate hearth. The Shower Room includes a fully tiled shower cubicle, pedestal washbasin, wc and Airing Cupboard.

Also on the ground floor is a spacious Utility Room/Family Room with extensive range of base and eye level matching units with worktop surfaces to splashback tiling, space and plumbing for a washing machine and deep earthenware sink unit. Off are two further ancillary Rooms which, with doors to the front and rear, offer tremendous potential for these Rooms together with the Utility/Family Room, to be converted to a separate self-contained single storey annexe - indeed, there also potential to extend further into an adjoining Store and an appealing open fronted Cartlinhay (subject to all necessary consents and approvals).

On the first floor, is a particularly spacious double aspect main Bedroom with full height extensive range of fitted and matching bedroom furniture, a large Bathroom with tiled bath, wc, vanity washbasin and walk-in tiled shower and second large double aspect Bedroom with exposed ceiling timbers and En Suite Shower Room with walk-in tiled shower, pedestal washbasin and wc. If desired, given the scale, it is considered there is potential to divide the main bedroom into two separate bedrooms.

THE REAR GARDEN
To the rear is a decked seating area with shrubbery and steps leading up to a higher level stone chipped and most attractive low maintenance garden area with surrounding shrubs and trees with woodland beyond.

THE GENERAL PURPOSE BUILDING/GARAGE
A fine useful and adaptable Building with power and lighting and which includes Garage/Workshop about 25'4 x 20' with workbench; adjoining internal Kennels, overall about 20' x 8'; open Covered Area with outside Fenced Dog Run; Store with about 12'9 x 5'9 with door to outside Covered and Fenced Dog Run about 16'5 x 9'2.

THE GREENHOUSE
An aluminium framed Greenhouse about 10' x 6'.

THE LAND AND WOODLAND
To the front is a mainly post and rail fenced paddock with ornamental trees and ideal as a recreational family area. Adjoining to the north and east is the land which is principally divided into two pasture enclosures, a mainly deciduous parcel of woodland with a mixture of indigenous trees and some conifers and a further area of woodland - all with wildlife appeal. From the top of the land are some delightful views of the area.

VIEWING
Strictly and only by prior appointment with Stags' Truro office on 01872 264488.

DIRECTIONS
Travelling westbound on the A30(T), by-pass Bodmin and exit at the Innis Downs Roundabout towards St Austell. Bear to the left onto the A391 towards St Austell and drive for about half a mile before turning left towards Barguse Riding Centre. After about 100 yards, turn right towards Luxulyan, drive for about ¾ mile passing between the two white houses and just over the brow of the hill and turn left towards Trevellion. Drive for about ¾ mile and at the next junction bear right towards Lanlivery. Continue for one mile, ignoring the various turnings to the right, pass the entrance to Roseney House, follow the road around to the left and at the sharp right-hand turn, turn left into Whistow Barn. Bear to the left down to the drive which leads to the Barn.

SERVICES
Mains electricity connected. Private shared bore hole. Oil-fired central heating. Double-glazed. TV and telephone points. Private drainage.
 

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