An appealing opportunity to purchase an attached 4 bedroom barn conversion set in a peaceful rural setting with a wealth of character features, plenty of off-road parking and a garden at the rear. The property has been converted by the current owner and is in need of further works and improvement. This stone built property is set in a country lane position, with just a couple of neighbours and rural views. There is a paddock circa 1 acre to the rear of the property perfect for those wanting to keep animals, the vendor intends to create a right of way over an adjoining field for access.
There is driveway parking to both sides of the property with a hardstanding providing parking for numerous vehicles with a car port to the left hand side of the property as you look from the lane. The property is offered for sale with no onward chain.
The accommodation includes a spacious entrance porch with space for a desk, which leads into an impressive open living room with wood panelled walls, exposed timbers and a feature fireplace. There is a door that then leads into the kitchen, which in turn leads into a dining room which has an impressive feature fireplace. There is a side porch and covered area and it is here that the property is adjoined to a neighbouring barn which the seller is looking to retain. From the sun room, there is a back door leading into the garden, which is laid to lawn and enclosed by privacy fencing. To the end of the garden is a view over adjoining open countryside.
On the first floor there are 4 bedrooms, with the master bedroom featuring a useful recessed area currently used as a workspace plus an en-suite shower room. One of the bedrooms also has an opening into the eaves, which does have restricted head height but is a useful store area. There is also the family bathroom on the first floor.
Tregeare lies approximately 8 miles to the West of Cornwall's Ancient Capital of Launceston. A stone throw from Tresmeer with its thriving community spirit with village shop and active village hall. The surrounding villages of Egloskerry and Warbstow offer traditional amenities/primary schools.
Launceston is an ancient town steeped in History with the imposing Launceston castle overlooking the town and surrounding area. Referred to as “the gateway to Cornwall” Launceston is centred one mile (1.6 km) west of the River Tamar, which constitutes almost the entire border between the Cornish peninsular and Devon, the A30 is ideally located on the fringe of Launceston connecting to the rest of Cornwall with great access to the beautiful Coastline whilst providing great access to Plymouth and Exeter and beyond. The town itself offers a variety of individual businesses from boutiques to fine food shops, blending with occasional national outlets including Tesco’s, WH Smith and Costa’s coffee. Local facilities include a leisure centre, medical facilities and well regarded primary and secondary schooling.
Did you know?
The very impressive Launceston Castle dates from Norman times. Before the 13th century AD Launceston used to be the capital of the Earldom of Cornwall. Launceston has given its name to other places in the world including Australia. Some people pronounce Launceston as it is spelt whereas some pronounce it as 'Lanson'. The Cornish name is Lannstefan. Lannstefan is Cornish for Church of St Stephen. whilst the larger town of Launceston