Bluewater Barn has been designed in such a way to enable versatile living and really needs to be viewed internally to appreciate to the full. The present vendors have enhanced the property in the time that they have occupied Bluewater Barn, maintaining the property to a high standard throughout. A particularly attractive feature are the grounds which offer a good degree of privacy and have been arranged in such a way to minimise maintenance. There is a large gravelled parking and turning area which continues through the grounds offering potential to create more formal gardens. There is access to the detached studio/auxiliary accommodation to the main barn, which as already mentioned, has great potential. From the main living rooms, there is access to a central courtyard, which again offers a high degree of privacy and enjoys all day sun in the summer with morning sun in the winter. Bluewater Barn is set in a small sought after hamlet, just behind Trereife House and is conveniently placed for access to both Penzance and Newlyn alike, and the picturesque fishing village of Mousehole is only a short drive away. Due to the popularity of properties such as this, we would recommend an early appointment to avoid disappointment.
Entrance hall: Raised display shelving. Steps down to:
Living room: 18' 4" x 11' 5" (5.59m x 3.48m) Exposed A frames, central 360 degrees rotating log burner, television point, understairs storage cupboard housing propane gas central heating boiler, wooden double glazed windows, two radiators, wooden double glazed double doors onto central courtyard. Open plan to:
Kitchen / dining room: 17' 9" x 16' 8" (5.41m x 5.08m) Central workstation with large modern black composite inset sink and cupboards below, integrated dishwasher and washer/dryer, small breakfast bar area to one end, range of fitted wall and base units, base units in gloss black, matt white on the island, butchers block worktops with plumbing for washing machine below, freestanding American style fridge/freezer, built in stainless steel five ringed electric range with extractor hood over, exposed floorboards, two radiators, double doors to central courtyard.
Inner hallway: Exposed floorboards, exposed A frames, radiator, under stair cupboard housing the Worcester combi gas boiler and storage.
Bedroom two: 12' 10" x 9' 10" (3.91m x 3m) Exposed A frames, painted floorboards, double wooden doors to central courtyard, radiator.
Ensuite shower room: White modern suite comprising shower cubicle with chrome fittings and glazed screen, wash hand basin, low level WC, painted floorboards, radiator.
Bedroom three: 9' 9" x 9' 7" (2.97m x 2.92m) Exposed A frames, exposed floorboards, double wooden doors to central courtyard, eaves storage, radiator.
Bathroom: White modern suite comprising panelled bath with shower over and folding glass screen, wash hand basin, low level w.c. With concealed cistern, painted floorboards, radiator.
Stairs from entrance hall to:
first floor landing: Exposed floorboards, room to use as office space, radiator. Door to:
Bedroom one: 26' 0" narrowing to 16' 0" x 17' 9" (7.92m - 4.88m x 5.41m) (This room as great potential and could be divided or used as a further living room). Double glazed windows, further double glazed Velux windows creating a pleasing natural light, feature wood burner, exposed floorboards, two radiators.
Outside: The property stands in secluded picturesque grounds with established flower, plant and shrub beds, approached over a large gravelled parking and turning area. This then leads to a further gravelled area which has great potential to form more formal gardens access via steps formed by railway sleepers and enclosed by high hedging either side with concealed 1100 litre tank on the right and the studio on the left.
Central courtyard: This area is accessed from all four ground floor rooms leading onto a gravelled area with raised decking, established planting in beds. The courtyard offers privacy and seclusion and enjoys the sun for most of the day through the summer and the morning sun in the winter.
Detached studio / auxiliary accommodation
main studio room/sun lounge: 12' 2" x 8' 6" (3.71m x 2.59m) Stone flooring, cast iron wood burner, bi-fold doors to two sides opening onto a decked area of a generous size. Completely rewired in 2019 with new wall plugs, switches and consumer unit to use as a possible annexe, subject to any necessary planning permissions. Sliding doors to:
Storage room: 11' 0" x 8' 3" (3.35m x 2.51m) Beamed ceiling, stone flooring.
Wash room: Sunken wash hand basin, slate flooring, beamed ceiling, door to outside and door to:
Shower room: White suite comprising double sized shower cubicle with glazed screen, vanity wash hand basin with storage below, low level WC, slate flooring, panelled walls, heated towel rail.
Services: Mains water and electricity. Septic tank for the studio in the gravelled parking area. Separate water treatment plant for the main property. Propane gas central heating supplied from a 1100 litre tank replaced in 2022.
Directional note: From Penzance, take the A30 towards Lands End. Proceed past Trereife House on your right hand side, taking the next turning right which takes you behind Trereife House. Continue along this lane, passing the turning on your left hand side and Bluewater Barn is approximately 200 yards on your right hand side.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||6.8%||£296,000||2.2||1|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£222,500 (4)||£251,875 (16)||£407,433 (15)||£580,667 (15)||£555,000 (3)|
|Flats||£160,000 (1)||£241,667 (6)||-||-||-|
|All||£210,000 (5)||£249,091 (22)||£407,433 (15)||£580,667 (15)||£647,000 (5)|