Ladock, Truro, Cornwall, TR2 4NU | Property for sale | Savills
Guide price £950,000(€1,083,200)

LadockTruro, Cornwall, TR2 4NU

  • Sale Agreed

Key features

  • Pretty converted barn in glorious countryside
  • Attached self contained two bedroom annex
  • Three bedrooms ( 1 en suite)
  • Two bright reception rooms
  • Fully fitted kitchen / breakfast room and utility room
  • Downstairs bathroom
  • Delightful outbuildings
  • Impressive gardens with amazing fruit garden
  • Circa 3.5 acres of fenced pasture land

A fabulous four-bed barn renovation with a two-bed rental cottage and circa 3.5 acres of land sitting amongst the rolling countryside on the outskirts of Ladock.

About this property

  • Boswiddle Barn is approached along a quiet country lane in the middle of the most glorious rolling countryside. On entering the driveway there is ample parking in front of the house.
    Stunningly beautiful, Boswiddle Barn is of stone and granite facade with a slate tiled roof and is believed to be the original farm buildings for Boswiddle Farm. The two bedroomed self contained annex adjoins the main house and has its own entrance, parking and gardens.
    The driveway proceeds past the side of the house to a converted stable block beyond the garden, where there is an impressive fruit garden and paddock.

    Ground Floor - From the driveway the front door opens into the spacious entrance hall which is part terracotta tiled floor, part carpet. Stairs in front of you lead to the first floor and there is a useful cupboard for coats etc to your left. A part glazed wooden door to your left leads to the impressive vaulted kitchen with large window to the front with a deep inset stone window cill. There are beautiful wooden floorboards and French doors lead to the rear garden. The stylish navy and cream fitted kitchen with integrated dishwasher, fridge freezer has a fitted dresser and island with timber top and useful drawers below. Decorative pendents hang above. The kitchen has a cream Rayburn (oil) which heats the radiators and the hot water. There is space for a large dining table and chairs to enjoy the garden. A wooden oak door opens to a useful utility room with door to the front and there is plenty of storage space and room for a washing machine and tumble dryer. A door off of the utility room leads to a shower room with w/c and heated towel rail.
    From the hall, to your right double part glazed wooden doors lead to the first reception room, with triple aspect windows this spacious bright room has painted beams and French doors onto a sunny patio area. At the far end of this room another set of doors leads onto a more formal reception room with a lovely log burner with granite mantle above and stone feature walls. This elegant room has wooden beams and two large windows to the front in addition to a window to the side of the house.

    First Floor - An open carpeted staircase with wooden handrail and spindles ascends to the first floor vaulted landing which is lit by two skylight windows. The landing is spacious and bright with a window to the rear and doors leading to three bedrooms a family bathroom and airing cupboard. A door to the left enters the family bathroom with a beautifully fitted vanity unit, shower and heated towel rail. The landing leads down to a hallway where there are three double bedrooms with pretty windows to the front. The principal bedroom has dual aspect windows and an en suite bathroom with bath and shower attachment. There is a walk in wardrobe with a locked door to the annex.

    Boswiddle Annex - Attached to the house, the delightful annex is a self contained two bedroom cottage with its own entrance and parking for two cars. Accessed from its driveway via granite steps the front door leads straight into the kitchen with fitted units and four ring electric hob. There is a built in fridge and space for a washing machine and dining table. Through into the characterful lounge with its stone feature wall and beams, there are two windows to the front with beautiful deep inset stone window cills, all windows are double glazed. A window to the back of the lounge lights the staircase that rises to the first floor where there are two good sized bedrooms and a family bathroom. The principal bedroom has window to the front and double doors at the back that lead across a bridge to the ample sized private garden were the oil tank is situated. The second bedroom has a window to the rear and a door that links to the main house. An airing cupboard is on the landing. The annexe also benefits from a shed in its own private garden.

    Front Garden - On entering Boswiddle Barns drive you cannot fail to be taken aback by the colours that hit you at first sight! A tarmac driveway passes a gravel parking area to the front of the house that is full of established shrubs and a beautiful wisteria that covers the house. A log store and a handy bench allows you to sit and take in the ambience of this beautiful home. Continuing along the drive past the house there are numerous shrubs and an attractive acer tree to your left which leads to a raised bed which continues to the stables.

    Rear Garden - Boswiddle Barn sits in a plot of approximately 3.5 acres. The cottage garden has recently been beautifully landscaped and is accessed via French doors from the kitchen onto a sandstone seating area, looking onto the well stocked pretty raised flower beds. A large pagoda with climbing roses is the main feature and walking under this along the path you pass roses, lupins, clematis and the most fabulous eucalyptus and acer trees. Roses climb the trellis at the back of the house and a path leads to the bbq area where you can enter the lounge from. Sandstone steps lead up under another smaller pagoda which takes you up a tier to a lawned area and the paddock beyond. A path leads to the delightfully converted stable block which is now a potting shed, wood shed, mower store and tool shed, all with power connected. At the back of the tool shed a door leads to the most impressive fruit garden, all planted in newly made raised beds. An abundance of fruit bushes, grape vines , peaches, apricots and pear trees all can be found in this fantastic area behind the stables. It can also be accessed at both ends of the stables. There is a five bar gate at the top of the plot with access to the lane.

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This is a beautiful property in the most stunning location with the potential for a secondary income if required from the annex. The current owner has created a wonderful garden that really is a quite special.

Sean AndersonProperty agent

Local information

  • Boswiddle means "place in the trees" in Cornish and Boswiddle Barn is certainly surrounded by nature. The tiny hamlet of Boswiddle is found amidst lush farmland yet is easily reached from excellent roads that make exploring the county or commuting a pleasure. Surrounded by rolling Cornish countryside and dairy farms, the views are stunning. The village of Ladock is just over 3 miles away where you can find the nearest primary school and there is a pub, post office and shop within this thriving community.
  • Around 6 miles away is the city of Truro, Cornwalls county town with its amazing cathedral. Truro and its surroundings offer everything from retail therapy , cultural and architectural delights, festivals and major events to beautiful countryside.
  • Boswiddle is ten miles from the beautiful beaches of the North coast such as Perranporth or Fistral Beach, Newquay and only 15 miles to the Rosalind Peninsula on the South coast with its stunning villages such as St Mawes or St Just. There are many National Trust properties and gardens close by to visit and walking from the door is glorious!
  • Distances -1.8 miles to Ladock, 7 miles to Truro, 3 miles to A30 Carland Cross, 14 miles to Newquay airport; (all distances are approximate and in miles)

Additional information

  • Services - Mains electricity, private water, private drainage, Oil-fired Rayburn, Broadband available
  • Tenure - Freehold
  • Viewings - Strictly by prior appointment with Savills.
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  • Directions: From Truro take the A39 towards Bodmin, after a few miles turn right to Trispen and St Erme. After 200 yards take the right to St Erme and Ladock. Turn right at the T junction, past the school and round a sharp bend to the left towards Ladock. At the next junction bear to the left towards Ladock and Grampound Road. Drive up the hill and at the five crossroads take the second left towards Boswiddle. After about one mile you will reach a T junction and Boswiddle Barn is on your left.
  • EPC Exempt
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: E