3 bed Barn conversion (for sale) Trevissome, Flushing, Falmouth TR11

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Heather and Lay Estate Agents
3 Church Street, Falmouth
01326 358017
First Published

14th Apr 2022

Last Published

21st Sep 2022



  • Type: Barn conversion
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Listing status: sale
  • Country: England


The property Barn House was converted about 40 years ago into the impressive home it is today.
The great location is one thing, but it is the fabulous property, its orientation and garden that makes this an absolute gem. Accommodation is so well proportioned with three large double bedrooms, the main about 16' (4.88m) square with high beamed ceiling, an en suite bath/shower room as well as lovely views over countryside to harbour and coast.
Barn House is tucked into the corner of this delightful courtyard of just 5 homes. Its living accommodation comprises a fine sitting room with beamed ceiling and windows to three aspects. From here, French doors lead South out to the terrace and garden. The farmhouse kitchen has 10' (3.05m) ceiling height and space for a large table and chairs. The hallway, turning staircase and landing areas are impressive too. To the front is parking space for 2 cars in tandem whilst a few paces away is a generous sized, slate pitch roofed garage.

The location Trevissome is an unspoilt riverside hamlet, across the water from Falmouth and about one and a half miles from Flushing and Mylor Bridge villages.
The lane from Barn House leads down to water fronting Trevisomme House - a fine Georgian country house, once owned by Captain Dowman, owner of the Cutty Sark. The privately owned Trevissome House provides marine services to customers, a slipway and mooring facilities - a wonderful facility on one's doorstep and just a few minutes' walk away. The beautiful estuary path at Trevissome passes sailors' creek, a half mile walk to the pretty village of Flushing.

Flushing owes its name to 17th century Dutch builders who came to construct piers and sea walls and settled there. The village subsequently became a place of style and refinement where the captains of the Packet Ships and their families lived.
Today the village still retains that touch of class with its tastefully renovated 17th and 18th century houses and narrow winding waterside streets. It also enjoys a sunny south westerly aspect and is reputed to have one of the mildest climates in Britain.
Flushing is a popular and highly desirable waterside village, a short year round foot ferry ride across the harbour from Falmouth. The village has an active local community and good everyday facilities such as a primary school, church, two pubs, a general store as well as a quayside restaurant.
Flushing, with its public slipway, is ideally placed for access to Falmouth harbour, the Carrick Roads and all tributaries of the River Fal, providing arguably some of the finest sailing waters available. There are a number of local sailing clubs and a gig rowing club with boathouse. Mylor harbour is about a mile and a half away and provides excellent facilities including a marina with pontoon and swinging moorings, chandlers and a full range of marine services.
The village is a sociable and inclusive place, popular with those residing permanently and also loved by those requiring a home for holidays. Flushing Arts group has a varied calendar of events and workshops whilst the annual village pantomime provides opportunities for amateur dramatics and fun!
The cathedral City of Truro is approximately 11 miles away and provides an excellent range of shopping and schooling facilities together with a mainline rail link to London Paddington.

Accommodation in detail (all measurements are approximate

Fine wide multi-lock, wooden double glazed and arch topped door, with double glazed side panes into....

Hallway 19' 8" x 7' (5.99m x 2.13m) and with 10' (3.05m) high beamed ceiling.
A welcoming space with spotlit ceiling, radiator, telephone and power points. Ledged and braced and panelled timber doors to kitchen, sitting room and to cloakroom/WC.

Sitting/dining room 22' x 17' 6" (6.71m x 5.33m) A superb room with quality cream wooden effect double glazed and arch topped windows to three aspects and French doors facing South on to the terrace and garden. Raised open fireplace with granite lintel and quoins and a slate hearth. Two radiators, beamed, panelled ceiling. High level window.

Farmhouse kitchen 14' 10" x 13' 8" (4.52m x 4.17m) and with 10' (3.05m) high beamed, spotlit ceiling.
Extensive range of built-in pine cupboards at base and eye level with drawers and a glazed cabinet. Roll top work surfaces with inset stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap. Space for electric cooker and white goods. Radiator. Wooden double glazed window looking into courtyard. Timber window shelf.

Within the hallway two steps lead up with second doorway into the sitting room, around to the staircase with extensive under stair storage cupboards. Central heating thermostatic control.

Cloakroom/utility 8' 8" x 3' 2" (2.64m x 0.97m) Wooden double glazed window to rear. White button flush WC and hand basin. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Radiator.

First floor An impressive turning staircase with wooden double glazed window and 20' (6.1m) ceiling height at its foot, up to...

Landing 11' x 8' (3.35m x 2.44m) with 10' (3.05m) high beamed, spotlit ceiling, hatch to attic.
Arch top wooden double glazed window to rear. Radiator. Exposed granite quoins. Ledged and braced wooden doors to three bedrooms and.....

Family bathroom 9' 6" x 5' 10" (2.9m x 1.78m) Wooden double glazed window to rear. White three piece suite comprising button flush WC, hand basin, shower end bath and glass screen. Heated towel radiator. Beamed, spotlit ceiling.

Bedroom one 16' 4" x 15' 8" (4.98m x 4.78m) and 10' 5" (3.18m) high beamed and spotlit ceiling.
A fabulous dual aspect room with arch top wooden double glazed window to the courtyard and to the side with glorious view South over the garden to countryside, trees, Falmouth town, harbour, coast and sea beyond. Lovely to see quality quoins and beamed ceilings exposed. Built-in wardrobes and cupboard space. Two radiators. Door to....

En suite bath/shower room 9' x 5' 9" (2.74m x 1.75m) Wooden double glazed window to the rear. White three piece suite comprising button flush WC, hand basin, shower end bath and glass screen. Heated towel radiator. Beamed spotlit ceiling.

Bedroom two 15' 3" x 11' (4.65m x 3.35m) again with high spotlit and beamed ceiling. Wooden double glazed arch top window to courtyard. Radiator.

Bedroom three 12' 2" x 12' (3.71m x 3.66m) Another great, high beamed and spotlit double room with large arch top wooden double glazed window to courtyard and countryside view. Exposed, quality, granite quoins. Radiator.


garden About 75' (22.86m) deep x 40' (12.19m) wide, facing South with large area of paved terrace reached via French doors from the sitting room, up steps to a lawned garden. All is nicely enclosed and relatively level, all so good to enjoy whilst be relatively easily maintained. Beyond the garden's end is farmland with views towards Falmouth and water. Access around to the rear and gateway to the courtyard and parking space. Outside tap and lights.

A few paces away and within the courtyard is a....

Garage 16' 7" x 11' 10" (5.05m x 3.61m) Set within the courtyard, with high pitched slate roof. Two wide doors for access.


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Property Value Data/Graphs for TR11

Property Type % Avg. current value Avg. # beds Avg. # bathrooms
Flat 32.8% £299,829 2 1.3
Terraced house 15.3% £373,257 3.5 1.5
Detached house 12.2% £617,826 3.8 2.3
End terrace house 7.9% £308,500 3.3 1.5
Semi-detached house 6.9% £453,462 3.4 2
Other 5.8% £400,000 3.6 2.3
Bungalow 3.7% £470,000 2.4 1.4
Mobile/park home 3.7% £171,421 2 0.6
Detached bungalow 2.6% £477,000 2.8 1.4
Cottage 2.6% £485,000 3.6 2
Maisonette 1.1% £260,000 2 2
Land 1.1% £182,500 0 0
Town house 1.1% £572,500 4 3
Semi-detached bungalow 1.1% £325,000 3.5 1
Barn conversion 0.5% £1,000,000 3 3
Link-detached house 0.5% £1,500,000 7 5
Longère 0.5% £235,000 3 1
Parking/garage 0.5% £25,000 0 0

Area Information

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Current Asking Prices in TR11 Average: £387,758

Property Type 1 Bed 2 Beds 3 Beds 4 Beds 5 Beds
Houses £196,250 (4) £239,867 (23) £335,191 (52) £570,870 (23) £807,083 (12)
Flats £178,794 (17) £314,997 (34) £409,167 (12) - £450,000 (1)
All £182,119 (21) £284,681 (57) £349,062 (64) £570,870 (23) £779,615 (13)

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