Tremarvy Barn, Congdons Shop, Launceston
An opportunity to purchase a most attractive detached barn conversion which has far reaching views towards Bodmin Moor. The three bedroom home has part reversed accommodation, attractive gardens and a paddock which amounts to some 1.7 acres.
Tremarvy Barn forms part of a small hamlet and is in a beautiful environment which has an international dark sky status. It is a peaceful, yet accessible and has good access into the open countryside via footpaths towards Bodmin Moor. The owner has lived in the property since 2006 and has made a number of improvements to the accommodation which is light and airy, neutrally decorated and ready for immediate occupation. The property benefits from a reversed layout making the most of the far reaching views on the first floor towards Bodmin Moor. There are many modern comforts such as a superb fitted kitchen/breakfast room, and LPG fired central heating system with a replacement tank and the availability of super-fast broadband. Externally, the three bedroom home has level gardens with a driveway providing plenty of parking and a few steps away is the paddock which has a watercourse running through, a shed and plenty of room for those who wish to keep horses or create an unspoilt wildlife area. All in all this home has plenty to offer and therefore an early internal inspection is highly recommended.
Tremarvy Barn we believe was converted to a high standard many years ago and is most attractive with a stone and slated exterior.
Internally, the accommodation is served by an enclosed porch which leads into the entrance hall which has a tiled floor. The modern fitted kitchen is of a superb quality and has a range of light fronted wall and base units with roll top granite effect worksurfaces. The kitchen has plenty of storage, tiled flooring and beamed ceilings. There is modern downlighting and included in the sale is a dual fuel Range style oven, with an extractor hood above and a dishwasher. The ground floor comprises of two double bedrooms and a large family bathroom/WC which has a matching three piece suite with a corner bath with shower attachment.
On the first floor, the open plan dining area is a lovely large light and airy space with room for a good sized table making family gatherings and dinner parties an ease. Access can be gained to the roof space. Double doors lead through to the lounge which like the dining room has the best of the views over the countryside. The lounge has a stone and granite fireplace with an open fire, with to the side a long shelving plinth and a corner TV display area. Completing the first floor is the master bedroom. This large bedroom has an en-suite bathroom which again is modern with a shower attachment over the panelled bath.
As previously mentioned warmth is generated by LPG fired central heating and external windows and doors are UPVC double glazed giving the home high levels of efficiency.
Externally, the property has a gravelled driveway that provides off road parking. The front gardens are elevated and level and have the benefit of a paved patio area which is the ideal spot for outside dining during the warmer months. At the side are many young shrubs and bushes which are attractively positioned in raised beds. A centralised gravelled path serves the property from the driveway and at the side a double gated access is useful and adds extra convenience, a few steps away is the paddock. This is one of the main features of the barn as it is a lovely large single enclosure and is bordered by both natural hedging and stock fencing. There is a small watercourse which runs through and a shed along with adjacent a picnic area and enclosed beds which would be suitable for those wanting to grow fresh produce. The whole area would be considered safe for families and the ground could be used for many purposes or for purely enjoying open space in which to carry out hobbies or keep stock. For those with horses, the concrete base below the shed could be used to erect a stable (subject to obtaining all necessary consents). Water is readily available from either the stream or a tap and plenty of level room suitable for the storage of a trailer. We understand that there could be the possibility to rent further land and stable block in the vicinity. Riding out can be enjoyed towards and onto Bodmin Moor and its beautiful terrain using both bridle paths and quiet country roads.
Tremarvy Barn is located within a few miles of the villages of Coads Green and Lewannick. Coads Green has a County Primary School and Lewannick a Sub Post Office/General Store and dry cleaning service, Doctors Surgery, Ofsted rated good county Primary School, Parish Church and Public House. Coombeshead Farm is a nearby award winning B&B and restaurant. There are a wide range of private schools with St. Josephs (Launceston) and Mount House and Kelly College (Tavistock). The ancient former market town of Launceston offers a wide range of shopping, commercial, educational and recreational facilities and lies adjacent to the A30 trunk road giving access to Truro and West Cornwall in one direction and Exeter and beyond in the opposite direction.
Excellent transport links can be found in the cathedral city of Exeter by road, rail and air (Exeter International Airport) which is about 48 miles. The continental ferryport and city of Plymouth is approximately 23 miles distant and has regular cross channel services to France and Spain.
Bodmin Moor was voted "best place to live in the south west 2018" in the Sunday Times.
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Kitchen/Breakfast Room 12'5" (3.78m) max x 15'8" (4.78m) max.
Bedroom 2 11'1" x 14' (3.38m x 4.27m).
Bedroom 3 9'5" max x 10'6" max (2.87m max x 3.2m max).
Bathroom/WC 5'11" min x 8'11" max (1.8m min x 2.72m max).
Lounge 13'11" max x 15'9" max (4.24m max x 4.8m max).
Dining Room 12'3" x 11'8" (3.73m x 3.56m).
Bedroom 1 21' max x 14'1" max (6.4m max x 4.3m max).
En-suite 7'6" x 6'11" (2.29m x 2.1m).
Proceed out of Launceston towards Pennygillam Roundabout and take the South Petherwin exit. Follow this road passing through the village of South Petherwin, for approximately 6 miles until you reach the junction at Congdons Shop. Take the right hand turning and continue for a few hundred yards taking the left hand turning towards Trenhorne. Proceed along this lane round a sharp bend where the entrance to Tremarvy Barn will be identified a short distance down a track on the right hand side in a tucked away position.
- A three bedroom, two storey barn conversion.
- Having uninterrupted views to Bodmin Moor.
- Quiet tucked away hamlet location with good access.
- Miles upon miles of walks into open countryside.
- Well-presented light and airy accommodation.
- Attractive lawned gardens and paddock of 1.7 acres.
- An ideal home for those with equestrian interests.
- Equal distance between both north and south coasts.