Newly built, nicely proportioned 2 bedroom detached barn conversion with good sized garden in a quiet, yet convenient location.
Very recently completed, this attractive barn conversion offers peaceful rural living with the benefit of easy access to a well-equipped nearby village. Having been successfully and imaginatively converted from a derelict building, the property is ready for immediate occupation.
The property has a very large open plan living area. Exposed beams in the vaulted ceilings add both character and a sense of space. To one side, the kitchen has a range of matching white cabinetry with a "chopping board" style work surface. There is a built-in fridge/freezer, dishwasher and an electric oven and hob with a stainless steel extractor fan above.
At the other end of the room is a seating area with sufficient room for a pair of couches. A small glazed door leads out to the garden from here.
Between both the kitchen and sitting room areas there is sufficient space for a table and chairs.
A couple of steps lead up from the living area to an inner hall giving access to a pair of good sized double bedrooms, one with an en-suite shower room, the other with an en-suite bathroom. Additionally there is a cloakroom.
GROUNDS & GARDEN
The small rural hamlet of Tremore nestles between the villages of Withiel and Lanivet each of which are approximately two miles away.
The Old Smithy is a detached property which is located within a group of similar properties all currently being converted. This unit has a good sized south facing garden which is predominantly level. A patio has been laid just outside the sitting room which will be an ideal place to entertain.
There is designated parking for the property outside the property.
This property is being made available following its recent completion. The development of the barns nearby continues and will likely complete mid 2018.
The property lies within a range of converted stone barns on the outskirts of the village of Lanivet, approx 2 miles from the A30. Lanivet is geographically almost central to the whole of Cornwall, and therefore superbly placed for reaching all that the county has to offer. The village itself has day-to-day facilities of a shop, post office, hairdresser, pub, two churches and a primary school. The "Saint's way" (a 27-mile historic walk from Padstow to Fowey) runs past the property and through the village.
Bodmin, with college, sports centre, doctors' surgery, dentists, banks, supermarkets, community hospital etc, is just 4 miles away whilst the cathedral city of Truro is a drive of approximately 20 minutes. Bodmin Parkway Railway Station is about a 10 minute drive from the property.
Cornwall is well known for its warm climate, lovely beaches, sailing, surfing, coastal walks, moors, quaint fishing villages, numerous National Trust and Heritage houses and gardens, attraction to artists, and more recently, fine dining in nearby restaurants such as Jamie Oliver's 15 and Rick Stein's seafood establishments in Padstow. The Eden Project and Lanhydrock (National Trust) house, gardens and golf course are ten and three miles distant respectively.
Water Sports sailing, skiing etc on the Camel Estuary and at Rock on the North Cornish coast. The renowned sailing centres of Mylor, St Mawes and the River Fowey are a short distance to the south. Surfing beach at Polzeath, bathing beaches at Daymer Bay and Rock. Golf at Rock, Looe, St Enodoc, Lanhydrock and St Mellion. Fishing available at numerous locations along the north and south coast from the Camel Estuary and at Colliford Lake. Walking along the coastal footpath, along the track beside the River Camel and over Bodmin Moor.
Road- A30, providing good access to M5 at Exeter approximately 60 minutes away.
Rail - Bodmin Parkway, approximately 10 minutes drive away, offering regular inter-city service to Paddington.
Air - Newquay airport, approx 20 mins drive. Exeter airport, approx 1hr, 15.
STONEHOUSE DESIGN AND BUILD LTD.
Established for over thirty years, Stone-House Design & Build is a family concern with a dedicated, proven workforce and a strong, in-house design capability. Increasingly focused on the upper end of the market, Stone-House aims to produce prestigious homes of the highest quality, usually in stunning locations. Imaginative Conversion Projects, more than New Builds, are often the route taken in order to secure the very best of sites. Examples of relatively recent and highly successful Stone-House projects are Barn Conversions at Carkeel and Chillaton, creating eleven beautiful homes, and Little Meva, the conversion of Fraziers Yard at Mevagissey into 10 quality waterfront properties.
Mains water, private drainage, mains electricity. LPG fired gas central heating