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This attractive stone barn is in our opinion maintained to a very high standard and would make an ideal family home or could be split on the lower floor to attain an annexe or air b and b or holiday let. Accommodation comprises: First Floor: A light and airy open plan living room / diner with beamed vaulted ceiling and multi-fuel stove, a social kitchen diner and the conservatory to the rear elevation. The ground floor comprises: three bedrooms, master with en-suite shower room, the utility room that could be converted to a further kitchen* (subject to the relevant permissions), bathroom and door leading from a half landing to enclosed level gardens Exterior: At the front the property is approached from a quiet country lane onto a wide gravelled patio area with ample parking and turning space for numerous vehicles. The rear offers gardens that compliment the size and location of the property and can be accessed from the conservatory, the French doors from the main building and in addition there is a gated entrance from the country lane. They are mainly laid to lawn with mature boundaries of stone walling, hedging and trees and bushes. There is a attractive patio area, green house and insulated shed that could lend itself to a home office There is an excellent degree of privacy and screening and attracts the sun all day.
Heating and Glazing
Fully Double glazed, oil fired central heating, Intelliheat ECO electric wall mounted heaters to the family bathroom, kitchen and conservatory.
The property benefits from owned solar panels which feed into the grid generating approx. £1000 per annum in income.
Fixtures and Fittings
Range Master electric range cooker, American fridge freezer and the Bosch integrated dishwasher.
Mains electricity and water. Drainage by way of septic tank.
Council Tax band D. Local Cornwall Council general line number 03001234 100 to clarify.
Total approximate floor area is 152.0 square metres (1636 square feet).
The property is located along a quiet rural lane just on the peripherals of Bissoe. Bissoe itself is a small hamlet nestling in an area of outstanding beauty in the Carnon Valley with numerous small villages surrounding the area. Near by are the cathedral city of Truro approx. 5.9 miles and Falmouth approx. 9.3 miles. The property is handily located for the popular mineral tramway which links Devoran with Portreath on the north coast. It is a real draw for cyclists, walkers and riders alike with its excellent views of the changing countryside mixed with the mining heritage of the area.
Lounge / Diner
Kitchen / Diner
Garden / Parking
ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE
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