A semi-detached, two storey converted barn, currently loosely divided into two apartments, with gardens and parking facilities, located in a quiet hamlet setting in the heart of the Roseland Peninsula. This attractive property is situated on the outskirts of the popular and thriving village of Tregony, which has excellent primary and secondary schools. St Austell and the City of Truro are 8 and 9 miles away respectively.
Ground Floor: Entrance Porch, Living Room, Kitchen, Cloakroom / WC,
Bedroom, En Suite Shower Room, Connecting Stairs to First Floor.
First Floor: Sitting Room, Rear Entrance Lobby, Kitchen, Cloakroom / wc,
Bedroom, En Suite Shower Room, Lobby and Stairs to Ground Floor.
Outside: Private Rear Decked Garden, Fore Garden and Parking for Two
Communal Part-wooded Gardens (circa one third of an acre)
Location Summary (distances and times are approximate)
Tregony: 1.5 miles, Veryan: 4 miles, Portholland Beach: 2.7 miles, Carne Beach: 5 miles, St Austell: 8 miles (London Paddington 4.5 hours by train), Truro: 9 miles, St Mawes:10 miles, Portscatho: 8 miles, Cornwall Airport Newquay: 18 miles (regular flights to London (80 minutes) and other regional UK Airports).
The Granary is currently loosely divided into two apartments and could easily be internally re-configured, subject to any necessary consents, to be transformed into a 3 to 4 bedroom semi-detached family sized house.
An added benefit is The Granary has communal use of a beautiful part-woodland garden, located next to the hamlet. Equally, to the rear is a private decked garden and to the front is a fore garden providing parking for two vehicles.
Warmed by a Calor gas central heating system to radiators with the majority of the windows and doors being double glazed, this rare opportunity will appeal to the family or retiring buyer as a permanent or holiday home. Equally, the property has historically been long term let as two independant one bedroom apartments, thus appealing to the investment buyer.
Tregony is known as the gateway to the Roseland Peninsula. This is an area of outstanding natural beauty with much National Trust property, and a wealth of beaches, coastal features, fishing villages, lovely countryside and sailing facilities. Tregony was once a thriving port on the River Fal before it silted up. Today it is flourishing again with many interesting old buildings, Church, excellent senior and junior schools, two doctors' surgeries, dentist, hairdresser, Public House and a range of shops and facilities along its wide main street, including a mini-market and post office. Despite its rural location, Tregony remains well connected with a regular bus service to Truro, Probus and St Mawes. The City of Truro, the commercial centre of Cornwall lies some 8 miles away and offers an extensive range of retail facilities together with private schooling and a main line rail connection to London, Paddington.
The Granary: Ground Floor
From the fore garden, enter via an open-way with glazed side panels into a porch with seating. An entrance door with double glazed side panels enters into a spacious living room with central beam and double-glazed window to the front. Doors lead to the kitchen, a cloakroom / wc and bedroom. A door-way gives access to a lobby with stairs rising to the first floor. A large cupboard, under the stairs houses the Calor gas central heating boiler. The modern fitted kitchen has a roof light and under the l-shaped worktop is space for a fridge / freezer and plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher. The double bedroom has a laminate oak style floor, double glazed window to the front and doorways access to a modern fitted shower room with two heated towel radiators.
The Granary: First Floor
A lobby from the staircase leads to a spacious living room (which could be easily reconfigured into bedroom space if required). Off the living room is a rear entrance lobby (giving access to the rear decked garden, or independent access if the first floor remains an apartment). Off the lobby is the kitchen, in a galley style with cooker space, and fridge and dishwasher / washing machine spaces. Off the living room is a cloakroom / wc and a further double bedroom with double glazed window to the front. From the bedroom is an en-suite shower room with heated towel radiator.
To the front is a fore garden with ample space for two vehicles. To the rear is a private fenced garden, currently laid to decking and plant borders to one side. There is access to the garden from the first-floor entrance lobby.
Communal Woodland Garden
For the use of four properties on the courtyard complex and located just off the main entrance. This partly wooded garden provides a haven for relaxation and enjoyment.
Mains electricity. Private water and drainage. Calor gas central heating. Superfast fibre optic broadband connected directly to the property. Telephone and television points. NB: the electrical circuit, appliances and heating system have not been tested by the agents.
Energy Performance Certificate Rating: D
Council Tax Band: A.
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