Lower Tregarne Barn is a superb barn converted with style in 2002. It sits in a south facing position set in a quiet lane amongst a group of other barn conversions and surrounded by farmland and wonderful woodland walks right down as far as the coastal path and Maenporth beach. This barn with its flexible and generous accommodation makes the perfect family home with income potential, or an ideal holiday home.
Recently refurbished and updated this stunning barn offers all the character of a home dating from the 17th Century together with all the comforts of modern day living. It has a wealth of charm with exposed beams, wooden flooring and vaulted ceilings. Finished to an exceptionally high standard to include a 1 bedroom annex with separate entrance, a south facing garden and a large stone garage with workshop.
The tone of the barn is immediately evident as you enter the fabulous kitchen with its fossil stone flooring, and Everhot stove. The bespoke kitchen is handmade in sycamore with an attractive banded inlay finish. It has a contemporary feel with granite worktops fully fitted appliances and an extensive range of high quality wall and base units in a traditional country style. The attractive flooring extends throughout the ground floor. The breakfast/dining room has large windows that take in the fabulous views over the pretty south facing garden. The garden room next to this with its underfloor heating provides a light and airy day sitting room. Past the impressive galleried landing with oak staircase there is a large sitting room with wood burning stove. One of the huge benefits is the annex potential which comes from a cosy private annex with its own sitting room, separate entrance, with upstairs a large double bedroom and bathroom.
Upstairs in the main house there are a further 2 large double bedrooms both with vaulted ceilings, and the family bathroom the master bedroom has a lovely ensuite finished off with marble flooring. From upstairs all bedrooms have lovely views over the garden and countryside beyond.
Off the main entrance hall and connecting to the potential annex is a useful utility room and down stairs cloakroom.
The delightful gardens are a great feature of this attractive barn and can be appreciated from all the windows. It has an abundance of well stocked flower beds, mature borders and seating areas.
In addition, there is a timber summerhouse, a store room, driveway parking and a detached stone built tandem garage with workshop.
Lower Tregarne is in a very desirable area of South Cornwall close to the coastline of Falmouth Bay and the Helford River. About a mile away is the popular village of Mawnan Smith which has a thriving community with a pub and a shop and also a regular bus service to Falmouth with its plethora of artisan shops, Rick Steins fish and chip shop and of course the National Maritime museum. Close by is the South West Coast path, and the sandy beaches of Maenporth, Durgan and Swanpool. For those wanting a more active life Lower Tregarne is close to the River Fal and the Carrick roads reputedly to be the one of the best sailing waters of Europe and the golf course at nearby Budock Vean. Communications are good with the A30, just north of Truro, with direct access to the M5 motorway at Exeter. Whereby Newquay airport offers regular flights to London and Gatwick.
Private water via a borehole and bio waste system with shared running costs. Mains electricity, oil fired central heating.
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Follow Sat Nav TR11 5JP which will take you straight to the property. Or; From Falmouth follow the signs to Mawnan Smith. Before entering the village turn right. Follow this road for about a mile. Turn left onto the driveway signed Lower Tregarne, The Barn is third entrance on the right hand side.