Beautifully converted three bedroom semi detached barn. Stunning first floor living room and kitchen / breakfast room. Lovely aspect over large garden and well wooded valley. Secure, shared access and generous parking / turning. Convenient location one mile from the former market town of Launceston. Oil fired central heating (part under floor) double glazed and solar panels. Sound investment. EPC: TBC.
Rockwell Barn End is one of a pair of substantially built stone and slate former barns. Both were converted by a local builder with excellent reputation for standard of workmanship and attention to detail.
Rockwell Barn End provides beautifully appointed accommodation with living accommodation at first floor and bedrooms at ground floor. The property has double glazed windows and velux roof windows, oil fired central heating including underfloor ground floor heating and solar panels assisting with the heating of domestic hot water.
The property is in excellent condition throughout and can be moved into with the minimum of disturbance.
Rockwell Barn End is 1 mile from the northern fringe of the former market town of Launceston beside the A30 dual carriageway spine road for Cornwall and Devon just inside the Cornish border.
Launceston provides a full range of social, commercial and shopping facilities including friendly members 18 hole golf course within 1 mile of the property.
Via Launceston, the property enjoys a good balance of travel distance to all parts of the two counties, with the Cathedral town of Truro some 50 miles to the west and Exeter some 43 miles to the east. The latter also provides intercity rail link, M5 motorway link and international airport.
In all directions from the property is scenery of Outstanding Natural Beauty. To the north is one of the country‘s most stunning stretches of National Trust Cliff Scenery with southwest coast path, quaint former fishing villages and popular family surfing beaches. To the west are the open spaces of Bodmin Moor ideal for walking and riding and to the east is Dartmoor National Park. Running southwards the hidden Tamar Valley steeped in 18th century mining history is renowned for salmon fishing and flows to historic Plymouth Sound with yachting activities and Continental ferry port.
‘L’ shaped reception hall with stairs rising to first floor incorporating under cupboard with ground floor heating manifold. Rear door to terrace.
LOUNGE / DINING ROOM 8.34 x 4.84m
Spectacular first floor living room with triple width, full height window to the front and similar glazing to rear including French door to granary steps falling to rear terrace and garden.
Exposed roof trusses, two velux roof lights and a feature stone gable end with Stovax log burning stove. The room has oak flooring and balastraded stairs. TV socket and telephone point.
KITCHEN / BREAKFAST ROOM 4.81 x 3.64m
Oak flooring and exposed timber trusses. Well fitted matching range of wall and floor cupboards with intervening areas of tiled splash back and attractive worktop. Stainless steel sink in base unit with canopy over with down lights and further under lights to wall units. Horizontal pan draws, integrated dishwasher, fitted double over with ceramic hob and extractor hood over. Tall unit with larder / fridge. TV point.
HIGH LEVEL LOFT STORAGE SPACE 4.81 x 1.61m
(with sloping ceilings)
UTILITY 2.2 x 1.61m
Oak floor, plumbing and space for automatic washing machine, stainless sink in base unit and wall and floor cupboards. Extractor and tiled splashback. Window to side
Window with pretty aspect, oak floor, half tiled walls, wash hand basin and radiator.
WALK-IN AIRING CUPBOARD 1.6 x 1.42m
Central heating boiler, pre-insulated hot water cylinder and large linen shelves.
BEDROOM ONE 2.26 x 3.10m Window to front.
EN-SUITE CHANGING ROOM 3.09 x 1.37m
Area with open hanging wardrobes and clothes shelving.
Suite of bath with shower fitment over and side panel, wash hand basin and WC against fully tiled walls. Ladder towel rail, slate floor. Window to rear.
FAMILY SHOWER ROOM 2.03 x 1.96m
Easy access shower with fully tiled walls, wash hand basin and WC. Ladder towel rail, shavers light and extractor. Slate floor.
BEDROOM TWO 4.73 x 3.18m
With windows to front and rear, a pleasing guest room.
BEDROOM THREE 3.51 x 2.81m. Window to front.
At the front is a generous, hard surfaced parking and turning area with further gravelled parking at the end of the barn. At the rear is a large paved terrace 19.8 x 5.42m providing gracious access to the large rear garden.
The rear garden is laid primarily to lawn with one long feature flower beds, planted with ornamental trees and shrubs. The garden is large enough for children to play football or to accommodate generous field and ornamental / orchard tree plantings, measuring approximately 1 acre.
GARAGE ONE 5.44 x 3.77m (max)
‘L’ shaped with concrete floor, electric up and over wooden door, fluorescent strip light, electric light and power. Water tap.
GARAGE TWO 5.44 x 3.22m
Electric up and over wooden door, electric light and power. Concrete floor.
BULK OIL TANK RECESS
Discreetly situated at rear of property
There are four outside lantern lights on the front wall and three on the rear wall.
Property Features :
- Fantastic semi detached barn conversion
- Three bedroom (master ensuite)
- Stunning first floor living room and kitchen/breakfast room
- Outstanding aspect over large rear garden
- Views of the well wooded Ottery valley