Reception Rooms: 2 | Bedrooms: 4 | Bathrooms: 2
Large stone barn conversion with extensive grounds of circa 2.5 acres in a highly enviable coastal location. Set just to the south of Padstow and located between two of north Cornwall’s most coveted beaches – Porthcothan Bay and Treyarnon Bay.
The barn is partially converted offering huge potential for further accommodation or development. In addition there is planning permission for the creation of a separate detached four-bedroom holiday residence within the grounds. The views from the garden towards nearby Treyarnon Bay are delightful, and the surrounding countryside adds greatly to its appeal.
The upper floor of the barn hosts a spacious living room with French doors leading you out onto a roof terrace. This room features vaulted ceilings with exposed beams and exposed stone walls creating wonderful rustic charm. There are currently two bedrooms and a family bathroom on this floor with a self- contained apartment set out on the ground floor, along with a utility and a separate family room. A large proportion of this remains undeveloped and therefore could offer a great deal more accommodation.
The grounds offer many vantage points from which to enjoy the delightful views. With two fabulous beaches just moments away and Trevose Golf Club at nearby Constantine Bay, not to mention the convenience of Newquay Airport, the property offers a very rare opportunity.
Trevoyan Barn is a beautiful stone built barn located on a spectacular stretch of coastline, within the highly sought-after Seven Bays. The area is one of the most dramatic and beautiful coastal areas of Cornwall and is renowned for the many exceptional lifestyle opportunities that are on offer - it is quite simply Cornwall’s at its best!
The options for those seeking a change in lifestyle are fantastic, especially with its easy access to so many fabulous beaches. As well as the exceptional beaches, there are great courses, including the championship course of Trevose at Constantine Bay and St Enodoc in Rock, as well as Newquay just down the coast.
Gastronomes and wine enthusiasts are exceptionally well catered for with many excellent pubs and restaurants, as well as Rick Stein’s Seafood Restaurant in Padstow, Paul Ainsworth’s in Padstow and Rock, Nathan Outlaw in Port Isaac and there are vineyards at Trevibban Mill near Padstow and the Camel Valley at Nanstallon. Wadebridge offers a wide range of interesting boutique shops, as well as the Camel Trail foot and cycle path that runs alongside the beautiful Camel Estuary. The location also enjoys easy access, with Newquay Airport offering regular flights across the country and beyond.
Telephone: 01872 306 360
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