In a RURAL elevated position within the Tamar Valley AONB, enjoying STUNNING VIEWS and offered with NO ONWARD CHAIN, a RECENTLY RENOVATED DETACHED BARN CONVERSION with three bedrooms/two bathrooms, GARAGE/WORKSHOP and STUDY/OFFICE, in approximately 1.5 ACRES.
SITUATION AND DESCRIPTION Offered with no onward chain, a recently renovated three bedroom two bathroom detached barn conversion set on a large plot of approximately 1.5 acres, superbly situated in a peaceful rural elevated position enjoying stunning panoramic countryside and moorland views within the Tamar Valley, a designated Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty and just 1.5 miles from the Cornish village of Gunnislake and all its amenities, including the train station.
This lovely barn conversion is wonderfully situated at the end of a long track and has been renovated and redesigned by its current owners to maximise the fabulous views from its beautiful location. The outside of the property has also been landscaped with a newly built garage/workshop which also has a study/office providing a special space to work from home, if required.
The characterful light and airy accommodation briefly comprises: 16' recently refitted triple aspect kitchen/dining room, utility room, dual aspect sitting room with woodburning stove, hall, three bedrooms (master ensuite) and shower room. Outside there is a large parking area providing off-road parking for multiple vehicles, detached garage/workshop with study and gardeners WC and attractive gardens of approximately 1.5 acres. The property also benefits from a new central heating system with wood pellet boiler and double glazing throughout.
At present the property also benefits from an 'Airstream' trailer with its own services and garden areas which the owners use for holiday let/Airbnb and this could be available by separate negotiation. Early viewing recommended.
ACCOMMODATION Reference made to any fixture, fittings, appliances or any of the building services does not imply that they are in working order or have been tested by us. Purchasers should establish the suitability and working condition of these items and services themselves.
The accommodation, together with approximate room sizes, is as follows:
KITCHEN/DINING ROOM 16' 2" x 16' (4.93m x 4.88m) Fabulous triple aspect room with feature vaulted ceiling; recently refitted with a hand built bespoke solid oak kitchen with matching wall and base cabinets with star galaxy granite worksurfaces and matching splashbacks; inset one and a half bowl stainless steel Franke sink unit with mixer tap and drainer; built-in Hotpoint dishwasher; built-in fridge; island unit with matching star galaxy granite worksurfaces with built-in Caple double oven and grill and matching four ring induction hob above with modern pop up concealed extractor fan; built-in freezer; feature wood pellet boiler set on a slate hearth which serves the central heating and hot water cylinder; tiled flooring; double glazed window to rear overlooking garden with stunning far-reaching countryside views and moorland beyond; double glazed French doors to side with matching double glazed panels alongside with views and providing access to parking and gardens; obscure double glazed window to front; modern double radiator; staircase with built-in understairs storage cupboard rises to:
SITTING ROOM 14' 5" x 14' (4.39m x 4.27m) Light and airy dual aspect room with feature stone open fireplace with granite lintel housing a cast iron woodburning stove; telephone point; television point; double glazed window to rear with breathtaking panoramic views over the garden, countryside and moorland beyond towards Brentor; additional double glazed window to front with views over the bordering farmland; double radiator; stripped wooden door into hall and into:
MASTER BEDROOM 14' 9" x 9' 1" (4.5m x 2.77m) Vaulted ceiling; exposed stone walling; recess with open wardrobe with hanging and storage; double glazed window to rear again overlooking garden with the fantastic vista over the Tamar Valley and moorland beyond towards Brentor; radiator.
ENSUITE BATHROOM 5' 6" x 5' 2" (1.68m x 1.57m) Fully tiled walls and fitted with a white suite comprising panelled bath with chrome thermostatic shower over and shower screen, low level WC, ceramic wash handbasin; recessed spotlighting; extractor fan; double glazed window to front with slate sill and countryside views; stainless steel heated towel rail.
HALL Staircase providing access down to the lower floor with recess cloaks storage and bookshelving; double glazed window to side overlooking driveway; double glazed wooden door to side; coat hooks; double radiator.
UTILITY ROOM 6' 7" x 2' 7" (2.01m x 0.79m) Oak worksurface with space and plumbing for automatic washing machine beneath; wall hung wash handbasin; extractor fan; shelving.
BEDROOM TWO 13' x 12' 10" (3.96m x 3.91m) Exposed stone walling; spotlighting; shelving; wooden double glazed stable style door to rear providing access to garden with far-reaching views; radiator.
BEDROOM THREE 10' 5" x 8' 8" (3.18m x 2.64m) maximum Wardrobe recess with hanging; exposed stone walling; double glazed stable style wooden door to rear providing access to gardens with far-reaching Tamar Valley views towards Brentor; radiator.
SHOWER ROOM 7' 5" maximum x 6' 9" (2.26m x 2.06m) Refitted with a white suite comprising tiled shower cubicle housing a Triton Rapture shower, low level WC, ceramic wash handbasin; built-in airing cupboard housing a large modern hot water cylinder with storage; obscure double glazed window to front; radiator.
DETACHED GARAGE/WORKSHOP 24' maximum x 18' 1" maximum (7.32m x 5.51m) Newly built and wooden in construction with pitched roof and concrete floor; full length shelving; power and lighting; double wooden vehicular doors to side; door into:
STUDY/OFFICE 15' 5" x 8' 6" (4.7m x 2.59m) Built-in desk with drawers and storage cupboards; bookshelving; recessed spotlighting; double glazed picture window to rear overlooking garden with the beautiful far-reaching countryside views, providing a special space to work from home, if required.
GARDENER'S WC 3' 10" x 2' 10" (1.17m x 0.86m) Wooden in construction; fitted with a low level WC; wall hung wash handbasin.
OUTSIDE: This delightful home is set on a large plot of approximately 1.5 acres with large gardens which benefit from the stunning panoramic Tamar Valley views.
The property is approached via a long private driveway opening to a large parking area providing off-road parking for multiple vehicles/caravan, trailers etc and leads to the detached garage/workshop.
Immediately to the rear of the barn and accessed from both the lower floor bedrooms is a crazy paved patio area providing a lovely space for outside dining and enjoying the views and peaceful surroundings.
The garden is mainly laid to a large expanse of lawn with mature borders with several different areas from which to sit and enjoy the sunshine and views, including a designated picnic area with decking, ideal for outside dining. There is also a fire-pit and bench.
To one side of the property is a separate area of garden currently housing an Airstream trailer with its own wooden decked area and garden, all of which enjoy the views. This is currently let on a holiday let/Airbnb basis and can be purchased by separate negotiation.
SERVICES Mains electricity, mains water, drainage via septic tank. Heating and hot water provided by wood pellet burner.
OUTGOINGS We understand this property is in band 'D' for Council Tax purposes.
VIEWING By appointment with MANSBRIDGE BALMENT on 01822 612345.
DIRECTIONS From Tavistock take the Callington Road towards Gunnislake and after proceeding to the top of Sand Hill turn right signposted Chilsworthy. Proceed for about one mile. Pass the white cottage on the right hand side and then turn sharp left into a private road between Redmoor Warehouse and a big Quarry, about 500 metres from each, on Delaware Road. The lane is signposted 'Private' and the name of our neighbours house .. 'Four Chimneys Barn'. Continue along this tarmaced track for approximately 100 metres, then turn right up the steep, bumpy lane for 150 metres. The property is the last house on the left hand side, a barn, in a field.