Wow! Stunning fully renovated barn conversion in convenient farm hamlet near to cubert, with beautiful three bedroomed accommodation and A fantastic approx 1/3 acre plot.
Location: Rejerrah Is a quaint and popular farm hamlet near to the much sought after village of Cubert. Conveniently situated close to the A3075 between Newquay and Truro, both of which are within a short car journey. Rejerrah is made up of a small settlement of historic farm buildings, now predominantly residential homes with a nearby working dairy farm and beautiful surrounding countryside.
Summary: Rejerrah Mill House is a stunning fully detached, natural stone barn. Converted in the early 1990's and expertly renovated by the current vendors in recent years. It is the most delightful family home with an interesting reverse level design that takes full advantage of vaulted ceilings, open beams and lots of natural light in the living areas, as well as having comfy good size double bedrooms, a beautiful family bathroom suite and a wonderful principal en-suite bedroom. Topped off by a stunning kitchen with great size matching utility room. Positioned within the middle of the hamlet, on a beautiful plot, extending to approximately a third of an acre in size, that has lush mature gardens bounding onto miles of open countryside, creating the most wonderful open country vista. This property is amazing, one of the best barn conversions we have seen in many, many years.
The accommodation consists of a bespoke handmade, oversize oak entrance door into ground floor hallway with stairs to the first floor and natural slate tiled floors, useful storage cupboards and access to the bedrooms and bathroom. Of the three bedrooms, the largest has its own fully fitted shower en-suite, in modern stylings which includes contemporary tiling. This modern style is continued in the main family bathroom, that has a rainfall style shower over the bath. As you ascend the stairs to the first floor, you step into a fantastic 28ft open plan lounge/diner with triple aspect windows drawing in a huge amount of natural light and includes beautiful country views; Wow factor vaulted ceilings and exposed beams, with velux windows that just enhance the feeling of space throughout. There is ample space for both living and dining furniture and there is a floor mounted Contura cylindrical log burner, adding a real touch of class and a wonderful focal point of the room. The kitchen also has dual aspect windows which includes a stable style door to the rear with lots of natural light enhanced by a gloss finish white kitchen with natural beech work surfaces and access to a separate fully fitted utility room. Throughout the property there is oil fired central heating and Artisan handcrafted Sapele hardwood double glazed windows that have been painted in a beautiful pastel tone. The property also benefits from Super fast fibre broadband of up to 120mb.
Externally there is a gated large gravel driveway providing comfortable parking for three vehicles. The gardens to the property are a real delight. As mentioned, the plot in total is approximately a third of an acre and the majority of this incorporates the gardens. Bounding onto open countryside with a tranquil trickling stream running through, a large shaped lawn area surrounded by mature trees for a great degree of privacy. In fact these gardens are completely private from neighbouring properties, with a veg patch, children's play area and hidden seating/barbecue area.
The property benefits from private water and drainage, the vendors are liable for their share of the electricity and maintenance of the pump, equally split between the four properties supplied.
This property would be perfectly suited to the residential family market or even second homeownership use. It does offer great potential for holiday lets, however, please be advised that there is currently a covenant in situ that prohibits this kind of usage. However, the estate that owns the right to the covenant, have confirmed, that they would release this covenant for an agreed sum to be donated to their chosen charity, meaning that this can be bought and utilised, if this condition is met, as a successful and potentially very lucrative holiday home. Whatever the use, it is absolutely stunning and there are very few buyers that won't be impressed the second they enter the property. Viewing essential.
What we love: Truly what's not to love? This is just the most stunning barn conversion in a beautiful country setting. Conveniently situated near to major towns and beautiful beaches, that offers the most wonderful home and lifestyle imaginable.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||3.9%||£126,667||3.5||2.2|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£237,500 (2)||£116,491 (60)||£238,159 (49)||£372,231 (19)||£777,439 (9)|
|Flats||£187,475 (2)||£210,000 (1)||-||-||-|
|All||£212,488 (4)||£122,214 (63)||£233,246 (52)||£372,231 (19)||£724,695 (10)|