Description A joyous home that has been extended and upgraded by its current owners over the years. In doing so they have created an extremely light and spacious character home offering extensive and adaptable accommodation ideal for expanding families, those with dependant relatives or for taking advantage of the great location by offering B&B. Currently the south facing accommodation features a conservatory entrance to the front which in turn leads in to a large and welcoming reception hall, large enough in part to use as a home office. From this room stairs ascend to the first floor, whilst downstairs there is a sitting room with stone fireplace, a magnificent and cavernous open plan kitchen/dining area/ living area the focal points of which are the dramatic vaulted ceiling and the huge inglenook style fireplace! The main bathroom which incorporates a 4-piece suite with separate shower cubicle, and the utility room are also downstairs. At first floor there are 3 lovely double bedrooms one of which has not only an en-suite shower room/WC but French doors opening out on to a balcony taking in a lovely view of the gardens.
This is a home that offers many income opportunities because it comprises 4 acres part of which would lend itself to touring van pitches subject to relevant permissions and regulations. Then there is the detached barn that has consent to convert to a separate dwelling ideal for family or letting. There is a huge 40' square modern barn/workshop enabling somebody to work from home or simply pursue hobbies. In addition to all this there are two further paddocks with stabling which the current owners let out.
This truly is a great setting as it's set back from but with direct access and frontage on to one of the main roads in and out of Truro. Whilst ideal for attracting business it is set far enough back to avoid traffic noise, in fact from with in the house it is barely audible! It also means that within a 3 mile radius are the hospital at Treliske, local schooling including Richard Lander, a new Co-op Supermarket at Threemilestone and a multitude of other shops, businesses and facilities. Needless to say the property is on a bus route enhancing the easy access in to the City and to many other towns in the County plus the north Cornish coastline and beaches. For those travelling further afield the nearby A30 will be a distinct advantage!
Edwardian conservatory 12' 11" x 11' 1" (3.95m x 3.4m) Upvc double glazed with Georgian glass, dwarf wall, tiled flooring, French double doors;
entrance hallway 12' 4" x 12' 3" (3.76m x 3.75m) A generous room large enough to double up as a home office. Stairs rising to first floor landing, exposed stone wall to one side, beamed ceiling.
Sitting room 15' 8" x 10' 11" (4.79m x 3.35m) A lovely double aspect room with feature fireplace & exposed stonework, two upvc double glazed windows overlooking gardens, beamed ceiling.
L-shaped open plan kitchen/dining/living areas 33' 6" x 25' 1" (10.22m x 7.66m) The dimensions are the maximum overall as in part the room narrows to 12' (3.67m). Altogether a stunning triple aspect room. The kitchen area has been fitted with an extensive range of quality fitted wall base & drawer units with roll top work surface above, display and shelving units, window seat, one and a half bowl sink with mixer tap above, a five ring gas hob with extractor above, integrated oven & grill, space for dishwasher and washing machine and a beamed ceiling. Around 2002 an extension was added providing the dining area which has a window and patio doors opening out into the rear gardens, and the living area that features a dramatic vaulted ceiling with exposed timber frame and a fantastic inglenook fireplace in stone. There is a generous sitting area and additional windows overlooking the front garden in a southerly direction, and to the side. Tiled flooring throughout the living area, dining area and kitchen ties everything together in a practical fashion.
Utility room Exposed stonework to one wall, floor mounted boiler providing heating and hot water with work surface above, tiled flooring, beamed ceiling, door to ground floor bathroom.
Ground floor bathroom 11' 8" x 7' 1" (3.56m x 2.18m) Four piece white bathroom suite comprising W/C, bidet, corner bath and separate corner shower. Tiling to walls & floor, beamed ceiling, upvc double glazed window with obscure glass to rear aspect, recessed lighting.
First floor landing With doors off to bedrooms;
bedroom one 17' 9" x 12' 9" (5.42m x 3.89m) A wonderfully light and airy double aspect room with two upvc double glazed windows to front aspect, recessed lighting.
Bedroom two 11' 7" x 9' 2" (3.54m x 2.81m) Part vaulted ceiling and upvc double glazed French doors opening out onto the balcony overlooking the gardens. Door opening in to:
bedroom three 12' 1" x 9' 0" (3.69m x 2.76m) Double aspect room with two upvc double glazed windows to side & front aspect. Built in wardrobes.
Outside This property has the enviable attraction of space particularly outside! The property is approached off the main road over a shared lane with no maintenance liabilities. A gateway then opens on to a private driveway leading up to the house. There are 2 paddocks to the front of the house one of which has been identified by the Caravan Club as having potential for a limited number of touring caravans albeit hook-ups and amenities would need to be provided. The driveway off the lane leads up and over the other paddock and in to a large parking/turning area. Fronting this area is a detached barn with planning permission for conversion to residential use, and to one corner a currently disused static caravan which the owners state has been in situ and occupied for some 15 years. From the parking area there is direct access to a secluded and sheltered south facing level garden immediately to the front of the farmhouse. There are also from that parking area pedestrian and vehicular access to the lovely rear gardens, lightly wooded in part but otherwise again enjoying plenty of sunshine (when it shines!). Secreted with in the gardens are a vegetable garden and a newly created fish pond.
Garage/workshop 39' 4" x 39' 4" (12m x 12m) A large modern, purpose built building on a commercial scale with roller shutter door and electricity connected. This has it's own vehicular access from the shared lane.
Stable block & tack room Quietly situated at the back of the plot and again with its own access is a purpose built stable & tack room together with a further two paddocks.
General information services - Mains electricity and water (not metered). Private drainage.
Tenure - Freehold. We are advised by the vendors that the property is a Registered Smallholding.
Directions Heading out of Truro towards Chiverton Cross on the A390 passing Treliske Hospital, Threemilestone, continue almost to Chiverton Cross round-a-bout, take the last turn on your right hand side into a private lane which leads to an open gateway signed Hartley Farm, drive through the small paddock which leads to the parking area where the property is found.'
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||4.8%||£234,636||2.9||1.7|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£116,250 (2)||£164,056 (48)||£284,040 (46)||£363,913 (25)||£410,000 (7)|
|Flats||£145,000 (3)||£191,075 (2)||-||-||-|
|All||£133,500 (5)||£165,136 (50)||£291,295 (47)||£374,916 (26)||£436,875 (8)|