This impressive barn was originally converted in the late 1980s but was refurbished to an exceptional high standard, including a new roof, around 2015. Still boasting many original and characterful features to show off this exceptional residence, clearly loved and cared for by the current vendors. The reverse level accommodation would suit a variety of buyers, as it has flexibility with entrances to front and rear. From the front of the property off road parking for at least 3 cars lead you to the front door into a light and airy entrance hall, stairs rising to the first floor and an inner hallway leading to the bedrooms and well appointed bathrooms, together with a separate utility and laundry room. Engineered oak floors lead you to the master bedroom which has an en suite with luxury walk-in shower, 2 further generous double bedrooms and family bathroom, with a separate shower cubicle. The first floor takes your breath away as you enter, either from the stairs or from the rear boot room. The high vaulted ceiling, Juliet balcony doors, deep sills, exposed lintels and exposed floorboards are just some of the outstanding features of this barn.
The sitting room focal point is the splendid granite fireplace housing a multi-fuel stove, a delightful dining area and French doors into the garden room, which is a perfect area to read or relax whilst looking across the gardens and views across open countryside beyond. Steps and glass balustrading lead up to the contemporary Howdens kitchen, which blends seamlessly with the charm and character and features an island breakfast bar which incorporates 2 ovens and induction hob, perfect for those keen cooks, together with integrated appliances including fridge, freezer and dishwasher. This stylish Kitchen is both functional and comfortable.
Cleverly concealed behind the kitchen is a useful pantry area and to the other side is a cloakroom, which also houses the boiler. The current vendors have spared no expense in upgrading the sinks and taps throughout the property, bringing style up to date.
For those returning from a country or beach walk or hours of gardening, the boot room is a necessity. Plenty of coat hooks and room to dry off the dog before entering the main house.
To the front of the barn, which is set back from the parish lane, there is an area of lawn bordered by small granite posts and chain, adjacent to a gravelled parking area for at least 3 cars. To the side of the property twin timber entrance gates lead to the rear gravelled drive and gardens. The gardens enjoy a south westerly aspect, partly walled and being level, mainly to lawn. There are a variety of mature flowering shrubs and plants, together with paved patio and seating areas to enjoy those sunny days and evenings. A detached timber workshop, greenhouse and useful shed are all close to hand. The garden backs onto open farmland currently used for grazing ponies. Further log store and shed. Steps lead down to the rear of the barn where a passageway provides space for recycling, bin storage and perhaps those precious surf boards or bicycles, together with another storage shed. Conveniently spaced in the garden are outside taps, outside lighting and power sockets.
Location Treburtle is a quiet hamlet and the enviable peace and tranquillity of this barn can certainly be enjoyed. Located only a mile and half away is the sought after Cornish village of Egloskerry, with a very popular primary school, church and village hall. Launceston town is a further 4 miles which offers a popular 18 hole golf course, quirky independent shops, together with a monthly butter market selling local crafts and produce. There are big names such as Marks & Spencer Food Hall, Tesco, Iceland, Argos and Pets at Home on the outskirts. The towns skyline is dominated by the ruins of a Norman castle that stands high on a hillside with dramatic views over Bodmin moor and Dartmoor. From the town there is direct access to the A30 linking to Exeter in one direction or Truro in the other. Approximately 8 miles away is the picturesque North Cornwall coastal village of Crackington Haven breathtaking scenery of the rugged coastline with beaches and extensive clifftop walks. The coastal town of Bude offers extensive sandy beaches, sea pool, canal, sports centre, also an 18-hole golf course, supermarkets, restaurants and a range of other shopping facilities.
The accommodation (all measurements are approximate and for identification purposes only) Hardwood double glazing and lpg central heating throughout. All blinds are custom made and will remain in the property.
Timber half glazed entrance door into;
entrance hall Engineered oak flooring extending into inner hallway. Radiator. Stairs rising to first floor. Understairs storage cupboards with shelving and automatic light. Leading to;
inner hall Windows to rear with deep sills. 2 Radiators.
Master bedroom 14' 10" x 9' 4" (4.52m x 2.84m) plus 5'2" recess. Two windows to front with deep sills. Radiator. TV point. Timber door into;
en suite shower room 8' 10" x 3' 11" (2.69m x 1.19m) Walk-in shower cubicle with mains fed shower and rainfall shower head, sliding glass doors. Vanity unit with slate top and splashback, ceramic countertop basin, mirror over. Low level wc. Chrome heated towel rail. Downlighters. Extractor fan.
Bedroom 2 13' 9" x 10' 10" (4.19m x 3.3m) Two windows to front with deep sills. Beamed ceiling. TV point. Radiator.
Bedroom 3 10' 11" x 9' 6" (3.33m x 2.9m) Window to front with deep sill. Beamed ceiling. Radiator. Telephone point.
Bathroom 10' 11" x 5' 6" (3.33m x 1.68m) Window to front with deep sill. Shower cubicle with mains fed shower, sleek chrome square taps. Low level wc. Vanity unit with slate top and tiled splash back, mirror over. Ceramic countertop wash basin. Chrome heated towel rail. Modern bath with tiled surround. Downlighters. Extractor fan. Tiling to water sensitive areas.
Utility room 14' 0" x 7' 4" (4.27m x 2.24m) max, plus door recess. Window to front. Fitted with a range of Howdens grey matt finish wall and base units, solid wood worktops incorporating sink unit and mixer tap. Wall unit housing plumbing and space for automatic washing machine and tumble dryer. Electric fuse cupboard. Space for American Fridge Freezer. Downlighters. Radiator. Access to loft over utility room.
From the entrance hall, stairs rise up to;
open plan living area 38' 2" x 14' 10" (11.63m x 4.52m) excluding kitchen. Juliet Balcony with French doors and two windows to front with deep sills and exposed timber lintels, views toward Dartmoor. Window with deep sill and exposed timber lintel and French doors to garden room and views to gardens and farmland beyond. Impressive vaulted ceiling and exposed timber floorboards.
Sitting room Magnificent fireplace with granite surround and mantle, slate tiled hearth, housing multi-fuel stove. Television and telephone points. 2 Radiators. Window to side at high level.
Dining area Window to rear enjoying views over the garden, with deep sill and exposed timber lintel. Two radiators. Steps and glass balustrading lead up to;
kitchen/breakfast room 14' 3" x 12' 9" (4.34m x 3.89m) Two windows to front with deep sills, exposed timber lintels. Half glazed door to rear boot room. Stunning Howdens kitchen with Grey high gloss wall and base units, tiled splashback, solid wood worktops incorporating sink unit with mixer tap, integrated appliances including fridge, freezer and dishwasher. Under unit lighting. Recess with display shelf. Central island with breakfast bar, solid wood worktop with built-in twin electric ovens below and induction hob, wine racks and drawer units. Exposed floorboards. Radiator. Extractor fan. Concealed behind the kitchen is a;
pantry 5' 10" x 3' 10" (1.78m x 1.17m) Wall and base unit with solid wood worktop and space below for an appliance. To the other side of the kitchen is a;
cloakroom 3' 11" x 3' 11" (1.19m x 1.19m) Timber door. Comprising low level wc with concealed flush. Corner vanity unit with slate top and splashback, circular counter top basin with mixer tap. Oak display recess. Wall mounted cupboard housing Baxi Combination boiler. Extractor fan.
From the kitchen, half glazed timber door to;
boot room 11' 7" max x 6' 4" (3.53m x 1.93m) Windows to side and rear overlooking the garden. Glazed door to outside. Coat hooks and shelving. Timber panelling.
From the open plan living area French doors lead to the;
garden room 17' 11" max x 9' 10" (5.46m x 3m) plus door recess. Glazed doors and...
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||6.8%||£187,670||2.7||1.4|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||-||£172,425 (31)||£255,067 (74)||£320,573 (51)||£514,240 (10)|
|Flats||£73,000 (5)||£116,277 (11)||-||-||-|
|All||£73,000 (5)||£161,573 (44)||£253,266 (75)||£320,819 (54)||£514,240 (10)|