Hayloft is a detached two storey property of stone walls beneath pitched roof with natural slate cladding. The property has been significantly and stylishly extended with a discerning and contemporary standard of fitment to kitchen, bathrooms, en-suites and cloakroom.
The property has uPVC double glazed windows and doors and oil fired central heating. The property is connected to mains services.
Hayloft sits on a western facing flank of the pretty St. Neot river within walking distance of the favoured village of St. Neot with Church, Primary School and popular public house.
Southwards from St. Neot the A38 provides ease of access west to Bodmin and east to Liskeard with the city of Plymouth, some 24 miles beyond.
In all directions from St. Neot there is scenery of Outstanding Natural Beauty. To the north is Colliford Lake with public access for some stunning waterside walks. To the west are the open spaces of Bodmin Moor ideal for walking and riding and to the east is Twelve Mens Moor, St. Cleer Common and Caradon Hill, all open moorland and to the south is the stunning south Cornish coastline famed for quaint former fishing villages and family beaches.
Dual aspect with half glazed entry door and side walls. Slate floor.
Open to underside of ceiling with exposed roof trusses and lit by window and Velux roof light. Three sets of directional spot lights. Stylish modern wall / floor units beneath generous areas of wood worktop with matching breakfast bar. Space for American style fridge / freezer and electric oven. Oil fired Rayburn cooker providing domestic hot water and heating radiators throughout. Well fitted corner larder / tall cupboard.
Pre-lagged hot water cylinder. Useful boot and hanging space for drying wet clothes, etc.
Wash hand basin, Expel Air and vinyl flooring.
Exposed roof trusses, a dual aspect room with window enjoying view of the well wooded St. Neot river valley. Feature corner multi fuel stove in hearth and engineered Oak flooring.
Lovely triple aspect family living room with two sets of French doors opening to the terrace and garden, vaulted ceiling and two sizeable Velux roof windows providing light and airy atmosphere. Feature log burning stove.
Dual aspect French doors opening to garden and vaulted ceiling open to the underside of the roof.
Stairs fall to:-
Triple and double casement windows. Adjoining lobby with space for wardrobe.
Ceramic tiled floor, full width walk-in shower unit, W.C., bidet and wash hand basin in vanity unit set against half tiled walls. Ladder towel rail. Motion activated mirror and wall mounted electric heater.
Triple casement window.
Double ended Eagle claw footed bath with hairspray fitment off mixer tap. Pedestal wash hand basin, W.C. And corner shower unit. Tiled floor, ladder towel rail, swivel mirror and Expel Air.
Access to the property is via a concrete driveway which splits to serve the upper yard, tractor shed, sand school and sheep handling shed and to the lower yard, garaging, stable yard and access to paddock.
On the south and west sides of the property are level areas of lawn and terrace, part walled and enjoying an elevated position with a stunning pastoral view. Sitting below this is an area devoted to the production of vegetables and overlooked beyond is the adjoining owned paddock. Aluminium framed Greenhouse 3.7m x 3m.
Superb stone fronted double garage with two 2.6m wide electric roller shutter entry doors and side hardwood service door. Fluorescent strip light, power points and outside water tap. At first floor over the garage is the:-
Two velux roof lights, laminate flooring, fluorescent light and access to under eaves.
Boarded with fluorescent strip lights.
Timber pole and box profile cladding specification with electric light, power and water.
Of modern timber frame specification with electric light, power and water.
Cut into the hill with sheltered environment, yet lovely views out over the surrounding countryside.
Timber double entry doors, concrete floor, electric light and power.
Power and water supplied. Concrete surface serving:-
four stables 3.62m x 2.61m, 3.62m x 3.24m, 4.25m x 3.47m and 5.39m x 2.91m
tack room 4.19m x 1.87m
At rear of stable four.
All fields are laid to permanent pasture with a gentle slope and free draining character ideal for farm stock or horses. The two fields have mains water troughs.
Please note: The current owners rent some additional land from The Glebe and it is thought this will continue to be available to the new owner of Hayloft, subject to separate negotiation with the Church Commissioners.
Mains water, electricity and sewerage. Wi-Fi is cabled to the house. Central heating bulk oil storage tank.
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|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||6.5%||£192,708||2.8||1.5|
|Block of flats||0.5%||£360,000||0||4|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||-||£184,096 (35)||£240,545 (73)||£336,422 (34)||£1,725,000 (3)|
|Flats||£92,533 (9)||£110,625 (8)||£110,000 (1)||-||-|
|All||£96,280 (10)||£169,528 (48)||£232,595 (77)||£330,901 (37)||£1,725,000 (3)|