Kerryn Barn, Trethowel, St. Austell
8 Acres, Stables and 3 bed Annexe
NO FORWARD CHAIN This elegant truly luxurious and exceptionally spacious four bedroom elevated country home and detached two storey three bedroom annexe are set in just under 8 acres of paddocks and garden.
The property is set about one mile only to the north of St Austell which offers a full range of town centre and out of town shopping facilities expected from one of the largest towns in the county as well as comprehensive schooling at colleges at all levels . There is a mainline railway station close to the town centre for the route from Paddington to Penzance. Less than half an hours drive is Cornwall Newquay Airport with its expanding range of National and international destinations.
The Eden Project is about three miles distance. St.Austell adjoins Carlyon Bay and Porthpean on the south coast Cornish Riviera together with their beautiful beaches and close to Carlyon Bay and St.Austell golf courses. The deep water port of Fowey is about six miles away and closer by, the harbour village of Charlestown, well known for its appearances in many major feature films.
This is approached by way of a well surfaced private concrete lane shared with one other neighbouring property. High electric timber gates lead to the private driveway finished in granite chippings and then leads on to the brick and chippings drive leading up to the house and annexe. There is separate parking in front of the Summerhouse and Stable Block. The Stable Block is of concrete block construction with two stables, a tack room and additional storage. At one end is a feed/hay store. As mentioned, this high quality building is ideal for workshop use and has electricity and water laid on. The Summer House is currently used as an office with electric lighting and heating and has a BT point.
The formal gardens comprise extensive lawns and situated to the front of the Barn with a wide granite chipped sun terrace above.
The three fields slope down the valley bordered by woodland. At the bottom of the middle field is a timber field shelter.
The front door opens into entrance hall. Here there is a turned staircase with wrought iron spindles which leads up to a galleried landing above and tall picture window framing the beautiful view. To one side of the hall a door opens to the spacious and well-proportioned living room. This has windows to the front and rear elevations and French doors which open out to the front terrace. There is a large granite fireplace with slate hearth and inset wood burner and double doors lead through to the dining room which has a window to the rear and further door through to the kitchen.
The kitchen/breakfast room is a lovely family space with window seat to one end enjoying the views. The kitchen is fitted with an excellent range of cream panel fronted floor and wall cupboards and granite worktops, matching dresser and central island unit with attached table/breakfast bar also in matching granite. The worktops incorporate two sink units, one being in the island unit and there is an integral fridge freezer and dishwasher. The Range master Classic 100 cooker comprises two ovens, grill, five rings and a hot plate and has a wide filter hood over. Off the kitchen is the utility room which has fitted floor and wall cabinets to match the kitchen and work surface with one and a half bowl sink unit. There is plumbing and space for a tumble dryer and washing machine, stable door to the exterior and doors to a boot room and cloakroom. Double doors open out from the kitchen to the garden room with French doors to the exterior.
On the first floor, to one side of the landing is the large master bedroom suite. The bedroom has dual aspect windows. Folding doors open onto the spacious en-suite bathroom with central bath with lighting panels surrounding under, shower cubicle and wall of built in storage incorporating a vanity sink and w.c. Bedroom two, at the other end of the landing is also a large double room with dual aspect windows and a built in shelved cupboard. Bedrooms three and four are also good sized double bedrooms. The family bathroom has a double built in airing cupboard housing the hot water storage cylinder (fitted in 2017) and comprises a bath with central taps, separate shower cubicle and range of built in storage cupboards incorporating a vanity sink and w.c.
The front door opens into the dining area which leads through to the kitchen/breakfast room. Here there is a range of panel fronted and worktops incorporating a sink and attached table/breakfast bar. There is a built in eye level double oven, four ring gas hob, integrated fridge, freezer and dishwasher, space for a washing machine and a tall cupboard housing the oil fired boiler central heating boiler. There is a living room and ground floor bedroom with door to the exterior. The first floor comprises two double bedrooms and a shower room with some restricted head height. Outside, to the rear of the cottage is an outbuilding housing the bore hole, pumps and filters for the private water supply.
The property is very energy efficient with a private water and shared private drainage so no charges for water or drainage. Mains electricity. Oil-fired central heating to both properties. Solar panels on the main residence with a upper level tariff income.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room 24' x 12'9" (7.32m x 3.89m).
Conservatory 13'9" x 10'2" (4.2m x 3.1m).
Utility Room 9'9" x 9'2" (2.97m x 2.8m).
Dining Room 13'10" x 11'10" (4.22m x 3.6m).
Sitting Room 21'7" x 20'8" (6.58m x 6.3m).
Bedroom One 24' x 12'10" (7.32m x 3.91m).
Bedroom Two 20'9" x 10'10" (6.32m x 3.3m).
Bedroom Three 14'6" x 8'7" (4.42m x 2.62m).
Bedroom Four 9'5" x 8'7" (2.87m x 2.62m).
Room 1 22'10" x 20'11" (6.96m x 6.38m).
Room 2 14'11" x 9'10" (4.55m x 3m).
Room Three 15' x 13' (4.57m x 3.96m).
Room Four 13' x 13' (3.96m x 3.96m).
Room Five 13' x 9'9" (3.96m x 2.97m).
From St. Austell town centre, take the B3274 road north. After just over half a mile, at Trethowel, take the turning left opposite the small Business Park. This is to the lower side of the layby and not the lane up to the Riding School. Immediately, go over a small bridge and then take the turning up to the right and go up the lane marked Private. At the top of the lane, the entrance to the property is straight ahead.
- An ideal family home with equestrian facilities and income potential or independent relative accommodation
- Sumptuously fitted kitchen/breakfast/family room incorporating polished black granite surfaces
- Two reception rooms, garden room and reception hall
- Large family bathroom, utility room and adjoining cloakroom and w.c.
- Four bedrooms with very large principal opening to a spacious en-suite bathroom
- Large detached three bedroom annexe with two receptions, luxury kitchen and two bath/shower rooms
- Oil fired central heating to both properties and solar panels to the main house to gain energy efficiency
- Immaculate extensive gardens with brick and granite chippings paved drives and paths
- Land in 3 field enclosures in permanent pasture
- High quality stable block with tack room