A spacious and versatile, barn conversion, set in a rural yet accessible location within easy reach of Truro, Falmouth and the Carrick Roads.
Blankednick Barn is constructed of rendered stone elevations under a slate roof and was converted in the 1980's, providing spacious, bright and flexible accommodation over one floor with most of the rooms having the benefit of vaulted double height ceilings.
From the courtyard in front of the building, an entrance porch leads via steps into a large dining hall with slate flooring and an archway leading to the spacious sitting room, with wood burning stove and French doors that open onto an enclosed sun terrace.
Leading off the dining hall, there is a second reception room or fifth bedroom, a WC and door to the kitchen, which has a good range of units, a two-oven gas Aga and plenty of space for a fridge/freezer and farmhouse style table. From the kitchen, there is access to utility room and boot room, with stable door to the cart lodge/parking area.
The bedrooms are accessed via a hallway from the dining hall, with the principal bedroom being at the far end of this wing. This room has an extensive range of built-in cupboards and en suite bathroom with bath and separate shower. Off the corridor are three further double bedrooms all with built-in cupboards and enjoying lovely views across the paddocks and countryside beyond. There is also a family bathroom with bath and separate shower.
Attached to the barn is an impressive cart barn and storage area with clock tower above, providing five covered parking bays, three of which belong to Blankednick Barn. Above the parking area is ladder access to a large storage area.
At the front of the property is the pretty courtyard garden with log store and gate that leads out onto the private lane and across to the two paddocks, woodlands and river beyond.
The two paddocks are well fenced, with vehicular access leading down to a substantial storage shed/workshop building, currently used to store garden equipment. The building has its own 3 phase electric and water supply, and has potential for a variety of alternative uses, subject to the necessary consents. There is also an orchard with a selection of productive fruit trees including apple, cherry, pear, medlar and fig.
Beyond the paddocks is an area of woodland that leads down to the river Kennall that forms the bottom boundary of the property. There is also a further water supply in the top paddock. Beyond the courtyard garden is a further area of parking for approximately 2-3 cars.
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Character, space and lateral living in a convenient yet rural location surrounded by spectacular countryside.Chris Clifford