Uploaded by Nicholas Brown on 2022-11-10.
A chocolate box character cottage, nestled amongst 6.4 acres of paddock, located at the end of a private drive surrounded in rugged Cornish countryside.
An equestrians dream of a property or even the dream home for anyone looking for a slice of the proverbial “good life” this property perfectly combines rugged countryside with stunning views yet remains within short proximity to good local amenities.
A very reluctant house sale and its clear to see with with the home standing at the end of a private hedge lined driveway and opens into a large parking area for multiple vehicles with access to a substantial car port circa 35ft in total. One of many outbuildings which have versatile use for a range of potential purchasers.
The large broad fronted detached cottage making up the main residence is steeped in local history believed to have stood since the mid 1800s. Its location, with its south easterly facing front makes for a truly quintessential Cornish home, with a traditional garden area which the previous owner had manicured to perfection in its heyday and can certainly be recaptured by any green fingered passionate garden lover.
The interior of the main residence creates a cosy cottage ambience however due to the large double glazed window and southerly aspect, the home is lit with natural light throughout and is truly appealing to those who have an affinity with the type of architectural design traditional Cornwall is famous for. The home spans over two floors with a large living room at the heart of the ground floor, with a second smaller reception room. This second reception room features a large inglenook fireplace and exposed granite pillars as well as having an open plan design to the entrance hall giving a well balanced combination of warmth and natural light. The rear of the property features a traditional farmhouse galley kitchen, yet opens into a generous dining area with french doors to the rear paddock and is completed with a separate utility room and side entrance. The first floor offers three double bedrooms, with a large family shower room as well as a master bedroom with a large shower en-suite. From every room in the house, the outlook is over your own slice of paradise giving that true private feel.
One of the real “X-factor” elements of the home is the converted piggery. This will have huge appeal for those looking for a passive income or a multi generational family. This one bedroom annex with its whitewashed stone exterior rivals the main home with its own outlooks, situated next to the paddocks which used to be the home of the family shire horses. This space will have huge appeal to any short stay rentals, giving any holiday makers a stunning outlook of Cornwall as well as privacy and being central to all the major towns and both coastlines.
The property boasts an array of outbuildings, with the most impressive being the stable block with space for three horses internally and as mentioned was home to the shire horses. Off of the stable block there is further stone built storage buildings as well as the original piggery which is yet to be converted but similar to the rest of the buildings, is also stone built and could be a potential additional annex with the required permissions.
The land that comes with this home spans an overall 6.4 acres and is split into three main paddocks, one to the rear of the main residence, one just off of the main residence, which is conveniently located just off of the stable block, and a final one located south west of the private drive which is hedge lined and gently sloping.
This home has been incredibly loved by the current family and is an incredibly rare find, those who come to view will find an instant appreciation not just for the size of the property available, but the idyllic backdrop, quiet and quirky bridleways and proximity to all the major local towns and beaches.
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