St. Mabyn | Nr Wadebridge

Reception Rooms: 2 | Bedrooms: 4 | Bathrooms: 3

Guide price £795,000

  • Stunning barn conversion
  • Surrounded by open farmland
  • Gorgeous views and aspects
  • 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
  • Kitchen dining room with exposed A-frames
  • 25’ sitting room
  • 25' first floor double reception room
  • Detached double garage
  • Delightful mature gardens

Exclusively positioned at the end of a long driveway and surrounded by beautiful rolling open countryside is this stunning conversion of delightful former stone barn. Set in a most picturesque of settings, the property enjoys the unusual advantage for a barn conversion of being located completely on its own, in a very private setting, well away from any of the other original farm buildings or the farmhouse.

The property is beautifully presented throughout as the current owners have carried out a considerable program of high quality and tasteful renovations and improvements during their ownership. To name just a few, the enhancements include a large-scale two storey extension to the accommodation, the recent re roofing of the entire property, various new windows, updating of the heating system. The extension has added a stunning 25’ x 16’ reception room to the ground floor and two additional bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor, creating an overall foot print now of over 2500 square feet.


The accommodation has an exceptionally flexible layout due to the split level nature of its design, with two bedrooms located on each floor, as well as a sizeable reception room on each level too. The family kitchen is a stunning room located on the first floor, enjoying delightful views of the gardens and surrounding land from its triple aspect windows. It therefore also enjoys great levels of natural light enhanced by the addition of a roof light window and the tastefully updated light coloured kitchen units. Contrasting dark marble worktops creating a stunning effect, further complimented by exposed wooden floor boards and feature exposed A-frame beams of the vaulted ceiling. The adjacent reception room is over 25’ in length, housing the dining area at one end and the snug at the other. Again, this room has exposed A-frame beams and vaulted ceilings, with a broad window taking in westerly views from the dining end and a contemporary wood burner with adjacent picture window that overlooks the main garden area within the cosy snug.

Three of the four bedrooms are good-sized double rooms, with the two located on the ground floor having en suite bath or shower rooms. The third and fourth bedroom are located on the first floor and are serviced by a family bathroom positioned between the two rooms.


The property is located on the semi rural outskirts of the picturesque and highly sought after village of St Mabyn. Surrounded by beautiful rolling countryside, this idyllic area is just over 4 miles from the highly regarded town of Wadebridge and approximately 7 miles inland from the magnificent North Cornwall coast.

The village enjoys excellent facilities that includes a primary school, community village store and post office, The St Mabyn Inn pub and a beautiful village church.

Wadebridge offers a range of shops, restaurants, sports facilities, primary and secondary schooling. The Camel Estuary meanders its way through the town with the Camel Trail cycle path running along its banks, leading downstream to Padstow where the spectacular mouth of the estuary meets the Atlantic Ocean.

As well as the St Mabyn Inn, North Cornwall is general is exceptionally well served by many delightful pubs and restaurants, with the renowned St Tudy Inn located in the neighbouring village and the St Kew Inn just a short drive away too For the foodie, Rick Stein and Paul Ainsworth have restaurants and Nathan Outlaw’s double Michelin Starred restaurant at Port Isaac has been voted number 1 in the country once again in 2019.


Approached from the public highway via a long driveway that provides access to just Stone Farm Barn. The barn is set centrally within its plot, with the main garden areas located on three sides and a large parking area with a detached double garage and carport on the other.

The gardens have a wonderfully mature feel and are laid mostly to lawn, with several beautiful trees interspersed and numerous positions where you can sit and enjoy the many aspects across surrounding countryside and farmland.

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