Stunning detached 4 bedroom stone barn conversion set in a quiet rural location. This property will make a superb holiday or family home. Full of character with a modern twist which has to be seen.
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The approach is via a tree lined driveway which leads you towards the property, gardens and gravelled parking area. The attractive converted detached barn with its stone walls is entered to the large bright reception dining area or utility with tiled flooring, exposed stone walling and a large picture window. This room also doubles as a utility area with a selection of fitted units and also has a separate cloakroom with wc to one corner. This room could also be used as a study if converted. Moving through to a spectacular stylish, modern and contemporary kitchen finished in a matt grey style with polished work surfaces, stainless steel oven, extractor canopy and sink. There is a full range of integrated appliances.
From the kitchen you enter the dining hall which is bright and tastefully decorated, large enough for a family dining table. There is also tiled flooring and feature beams. The turning timber staircase adds character to the room. The spacious sitting room is a superb feature to the property, a relaxing room again with a central log burning fire, character beams and matching décor. There is also an exposed stone wall with windows and double doors out to the gardens. An extra addition is the conservatory, a perfect place to hideaway looking onto the gardens.
The large landing area on the first floor which is also a unique feature with the double doors that lead out to stone steps which access the rear garden. There is also a feature arch, exposed timber flooring, stone work and access to all the bedrooms. There are two large double bedrooms to either end of the first floor with the master having a modern fitted en-suite shower room. All the bedrooms compliment each other with the décor, finish and styling and have a range of wardrobes, rural country views and character features. The family bathroom is finished to a very high standard with a free standing oval bath, separate shower, matching sink and wc.
The property sits centrally within the spacious gardens (0.27 of an acre) which are predominantly lawn with a variety of shrubs, hedging and trees to the boundaries. The garden benefits from plenty of sun which moves across its width. To the rear of the property set against the edge is a stone outbuilding with the potential to be a workshop. There is plenty of parking for several cars and room to add a garage if required subject to planning consent.
There is mains electricity to the property. Private water supply via a bore hole. Solid fuel wood burring fire with back boiler for the radiators and hot water. There is also an electric emersion heater for water. Plus further electric heaters. Shared private drainage system. Council Tax Band D
The property is located just outside of Summercourt, a small village within mid Cornwall, centred between the A30 and the main Newquay to St Austell road, the A3058. The Village School is the oldest in the area, dating back to 1828, while Summercourt Fair is the longest-established fair in Cornwall, dating back more than eight hundred years. The village also has two pubs and a convenience store. A short drive will take you to the very popular resort of Newquay which has a larger selection of high street shopping, restaurants, amusements and of course the very popular sandy beaches perfect for surfing. There is also a golf course, zoo, boating lake and flower gardens. Newquay Airport is just a short distance from the town and provides regular flights to London and an increasing selection of European destinations.
Summercourt 1.5 miles Newquay 7 miles Morgan Porth 10.3 St Austell 11.3 Truro 13.4 miles