A unique opportunity to purchase an exceptionally broad fronting, four double bedroom, two reception room, two bath/shower room, detached period former farmhouse of huge charm, built circa 1760, together with a one bedroom detached barn annexe. This delightful period property offers spacious accommodation throughout, garage, private off road parking, and with the benefit of an enchanting mature garden, profusely stocked with many fine specimen plants. Freehold. EPC E46.
Utility Room. Cloakroom. Kitchen/Diner. Conservatory. Snug. Study. Living Room. Inner Hallway.
Landing. Bedroom 1 with dressing room and en-suite. Bedroom 2. Bedroom 3. Bedroom 4. Bathroom.
Detached Barn Annexe. Private parking. Extensive gardens. Greenhouse.
Open double garage. Store.
Landing. Bedroom. Shower Room. Open plan kitchen/living/dining room.
A unique opportunity to purchase an exceptionally broad fronting, four double bedroom, two reception room, two bath/shower room, detached period former farmhouse of huge charm, built circa 1760, offering exceptionally spacious accommodation throughout, private off road parking, and with the benefit of an enchanting mature garden, profusely stocked with many fine specimen plants. The versatile property also offers a detached Barn Annexe which incorporates a double garage, with a delightful one bedroom annexe apartment above.
The period farmhouse has part exposed stone, painted rendered external elevations, under a pitched slate tiled roof, mainly UPVC sash style windows and warmed by an oil fired central heating system. The property is further warmed during the winter months by a log burning stove situated in the snug, together with the impressive oil fired 'Aga' located in the kitchen permeating warmth throughout the home.
This versatile home in addition, offers a character detached barn annexe which incorporates a double garage and a store on the ground floor. A staircase ascends from the back of the garage to the first floor which includes a double bedroom, kitchen, living/dining room and a shower room. The annexe would potentially suit a dependent relative or teenage crash pad etc.
Without doubt, the gardens are a fabulous feature to this desirable home, consisting of generous lawns, a plethora of established specimen plants, an orchard, flowering stocked borders and a haven for visiting wild birds throughout the seasons. The gardens are a delightful place to relax and dine out al fresco, while enjoying this idyllic oasis which has taken years to mature and carefully cultivate.
The village of St Keverne caters for every day needs and facilities including a shop, two public houses, health centre, church and primary school with comprehensive schooling being located at Mullion or Helston. The area is cradled by many beautiful coves and creeks with areas of outstanding natural beauty. The Helford is a short drive away with its majestic and renowned sailing waters. Coverack, the next village on, is without doubt one of Cornwall's hidden gems, tucked away on the southern part of the Lizard peninsula offering a stunning traditional granite built sheltered harbour and a fine sandy beach which is always popular with locals and tourists alike. Within this very traditional Cornish village one will find restaurants, gallery, general store, hotels and St Peter's church which nestles on the hillside. Echoes of a proud fishing industry remain in Coverack, where a cluster of nets, lobster pots and small fishing boats lie within the protective granite arms of the harbour. There are quaint colour washed thatched cottages along a maze of back streets and lanes. This part of the Cornish coastline is a haven for coastal path walkers who enjoy some of the most dramatic coastal scenery on offer within this unspoilt part of the Lizard peninsula. Much of the surrounding coastline and countryside is in stewardship of the National Trust and is an area of outstanding beauty.
From Helston, take the St Keverne road, whereupon the property can be found on the right hand side 0.6 mile past the Coverack turning. The property is located just before entering the village of St Keverne.
Private Drainage. Private bore well providing water supply. Mains Electricity. Oil central heating.
(All dimensions and floorplans are approximate)
The property is approached from the main road, and onto a lane which proceeds to the driveway of the farmhouse, and up to the front UPVC double glazed stable door opening into the utility room.
4.72m x 3.10m (15'6" x 10'2")
The utility room provides a selection of base storage units, complemented by work surfaces. Space and plumbing provided for a washing machine. Space provided for an under counter fridge and freezer. Window to the rear aspect. Loft access hatch, and wall mounted electric distribution board. Cupboard incorporating the floor mounted oil fired boiler providing the central heating and hot water. Wall and ceiling lighting. Doors off to the cloakroom and kitchen/diner.
2.06m x 1.02m (6'9" x 3'4")
Low level WC. Wash hand basin. Space provided for a tumble drier with shelving above. Ceramic tiled floor, ceiling light and window to the garden aspect.
7.32m x 3.58m (24' x 11'9")
A spacious and traditional farmhouse style kitchen/diner. The kitchen has ample space to facilitate a dining table, offers an open beam ceiling, and a hand made bespoke kitchen by a local firm called 'Rozen' who are synonymous with quality installations. The kitchen offers a selection of wooden storage units together with a central island, and complemented by polished granite work surfaces incorporating a 'Belfast' style sink. Substantial and impressive oil fired 'Aga' providing a huge amount of ambient warmth and cooking facilities. Generous larder cupboard. Window to the front garden. Telephone point, two radiators, and ceiling light. Doors off to the conservatory and snug.
4.29m x 2.08m (14'1" x 6'10")
A wooden framed conservatory fitted with a mono sloping polycarbonate roof and enjoying lovely views across the rear garden. Ceramic tiled floor, and glazed door opening into the rear garden.
3.71m x 3.28m (12'2" x 10'9")
A lovely cosy snug offering an open beam ceiling, stone built fireplace incorporating a log burning stove on a stone hearth. Window complemented by internal shutters and overlooking the front garden. Radiator, internal window into the adjacent conservatory and wall lighting. Door opening into the inner hallway.
Staircase ascending to the first floor accommodation. Ceiling light and doors off to the study and living room.
2.01m x 1.80m (6'7" x 5'11")
Window overlooking the rear garden aspect, together with a skylight 'Velux' window. Ceiling light.
5.77m x 4.32m (18'11" x 14'2")
An exceptionally gracious, light and airy double aspect room, offering lovely views over the front and rear gardens. Two large windows complemented by internal shutters. Quality hardwood flooring complemented by electric under floor heating. Feature open fireplace with a tile surround, wooden mantle and stone hearth. There are low level storage cupboards with shelving either side of the fireplace, together with further storage cupboards on the opposite side of the room. Ceiling lighting, wall mounted under floor heating control point, TV points, radiator and glazed door opening into the front garden.
Ascending from the inner hallway to the first floor landing. A straight flight closed tread carpeted staircase with handrails.
A split level landing which is naturally illuminated by two windows enjoying fine front garden views. Linen storage cupboard, two radiators, loft access hatch and ceiling lighting. Doors off to:-
3.94m x 2.97m (12'11" x 9'9")
Window to the front garden. Radiator, part exposed ceiling rafters, TV point, and ceiling light. Archway to the dressing room.
3.66mx 1.55m plus 1.68m x 1.68m (12'x 5'1" plus 5'
Window to side aspect, together with a skylight Velux window. Storage cupboard, radiator and wall lighting.
2.34m x 1.85m (7'8" x 6'1")
Enclosed shower unit fitted with an electric shower. Low level WC. Pedestal wash hand basin. Radiator, Skylight Velux window, electric chrome towel radiator, loft access hatch, extractor fan and wall lighting.
4.32m x 3.30m (14'2" x 10'10")
Two storage wardrobes, window to the front garden, radiator and ceiling light.
3.07m x 2.97m (10'1" x 9'9")
Window overlooking the front garden aspect. Wardrobe, radiator, wall and ceiling lighting.
3.28m x 2.36m (10'9" x 7'9")
Window to the rear garden aspect. Radiator, wardrobe, loft access hatch and ceiling light.
2.90m x 2.34m (9'6" x 7'8")
Bath. Shower unit. Low level WC. Bidet. Pedestal wash hand basin. Ceramic wall tiling to dado height. Radiator, tiled floor, window to rear garden and ceiling light.
6.73m x 4.67m (22'1" x 15'4")
A large open garage backing onto the driveway. Wall mounted electric distribution board. Cupboard incorporating the secondary oil fired boiler which provides the heating and hot water to the one bedroom apartment above.
The staircase ascends from the garage to the first floor annexe apartment.
3.23m x 3.05m (10'7" x 10')
Window to the rear aspect. Exposed beam ceiling. Laminate flooring, radiator, wardrobe and ceiling light.
2.36m x 1.70m (7'9" x 5'7")
A compact galley style kitchen with a selection of base storage units and oak work surfaces. Inset sink with a mono mixer tap. Inset electric hob with an oven below. Space provided for a fridge. Ceramic tiled floor and skylight Velux window.
6.58m x 3.45m (21'7" x 11'4")
Full height Gothic style character window overlooking the rear aspect. Laminate flooring, exposed beam ceiling, and skylight Velux window. Storage cupboard incorporating the hot water storage cylinder.
2.39m x 1.55m (7'10" x 5'1")
Shower unit. Low level WC. Wash hand basin with storage cupboards below. Radiator, skylight Velux window, ceramic tiled floor and inset ceiling lighting.
3.33m x 3.33m (10'11" x 10'11")
Located next to the garage. Currently used as a workshop by our vendor. Power and light connected.
The above property details should be considered as a general guide only for prospective purchasers, and do not form part of any offer, or contract and should not be relied upon as a statement or representations of fact. Olivers Estate Agents does not have any authority to give any warranty in relation to the property. We would like to bring to the attention of any purchaser that we have endeavoured to provide a realistic description of the property, no specific survey or detailed inspection has been carried out relating to the property, services, appliances and any further fixtures and fittings/equipment. If double glazing has been stated in the details, the purchaser is advised to satisfy themselves as to the type and amount of double glazing fitted to the property. It should not be assumed that the property has all the planning, building regulations etc and any buyer should seek the advice of their instructed solicitor. We recommend all buyers to carry out their own survey/investigations relating to the purchase of any of our properties. All measurements, floor plans, dimensions and acreages are approximate and therefore should not be relied upon for accuracy.
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