Ref No: KE014-LI-SA5
Cottrell are delighted to offer this beautiful estate situated within a
picturesque wooded valley on the banks of the river Inny. Having been lovingly
restored by the current owners with many character features being retained, the
estate forms a charming family home with the benefit of a successfully operated
residential lettings business.
Trefrize Estates is a superb residential complex which comprises of a grade II listed farmhouse together with a detached barn conversion and a terrace of 4 traditional cottages that frame a pretty courtyard boasting an open fronted linhay garage and stabling. Set with approximately 2 acres of grounds including formal gardens and paddock.
The principal residence on the estate which has enjoyed significant improvement of the years and now provides superb family living space with an abundance of character features arranged over two floors. Accommodation comprises; welcoming canopied entrance into hallway, spacious triple aspect sitting room with wood burning stove and Tudor style wooden panelling to one wall. An impressive dining room with large sash window to the front elevation including a pretty window seat and further wood burning stove. The kitchen offers a full range of storage cupboards together with an oil fired Aga range with supporting built in double oven providing excellent cooking facilities. To the first floor there are four generous size bedrooms and a well-appointed family bathroom.
This pretty cottage offers plenty of character with features including mullion style window to the front with deep wooden window seat in the sitting/dining room and an attractive fireplace housing a wood burning stove with stone hearth. The kitchen is fitted with a good range of storage units with a breakfast bar seating space for two. There is a bedroom and bathroom located on the ground floor with a further spacious bedroom with exposed A-frames and views over the courtyard situated on the first floor of the cottage.
This lovely cottage enjoys reverse style living accommodation over two floors with the ground floor boasting two bedrooms with the master providing en-suite bathroom facilities in addition to a well-appointed shower room. To the first floor there is generous open-plan living accommodation with well-defined cooking, dining and sitting areas under exposed A-frame joists. From the first floor there is a separate access to a gravelled parking area via external granite steps.
This attractive detached barn conversion comprises, to the ground floor, a spacious sitting/dining room with exposed stonework and exposed beam ceiling and well-appointed kitchen/breakfast room. The first floor landing has French doors giving access to external granite and slate steps descending down to the garden with further doors leading to two bedrooms and a family bathroom.
This appealing cottage offers attractive accommodation including a pretty sitting/dining room with exposed stone walls and feature wood-burning stove and granite hearth. A well designed kitchen and bathroom compliment the ground floor together with a double bedroom whilst the first floor boasts a large bedroom with stripped timber flooring and exposed A-frame joists and
French doors which give access to external slate topped staircase with wrought iron railings.
A pretty stone built cottage arranged over two floors with the ground floor accommodation comprising; sitting/dining room with feature wood-burning stove set on a granite hearth, fitted kitchen with integrated appliances, family bathroom and bedroom while the first floor enjoys a spacious bedroom with stripped timber flooring, exposed A-Frames to ceiling and window overlooking the front courtyard.
Gardens & Grounds
The courtyard is approached via a five bar gate which in turns gives access to the main Farmhouse, The Barn and the rear of three of the letting cottages in the terrace. In addition, there is access to an open three bay Linhay and a two stall stable block with outside tap and gate giving access to the paddock. There is a former garage which lies to the side of The Barn and provides additional storage.
Beyond the entrance to the courtyard, a little further down the lane, there is vehicular access to a separate parking area used by The Hayloft, Wisteria, Honeysuckle and The Stables and visitors. Currently the owners use the courtyard for parking along with and their family whom occupy The Barn which provides some separation from the business side of the property. Each of the 6 properties has their own private garden area, the Farmhouse having a formal lawn garden to front, fully enclosed with mature shrubs and plants and offering a high degree of privacy.
Wisteria, Honeysuckle and The Stables are currently let on an assured shorthold basis, details of which can be gained via the agent. The Hayloft is currently empty. The Barn and the Farmhouse are currently occupied by the owners and their family. The Barn, The Stables and Honeysuckle have possessory title with indemnity. A septic tank serves the four letting cottages and The Barn with a separate septic tank serving The Farmhouse. All properties have oil fired central heating, each with their own boiler and oil tank.
WITHIN EASY REACH
Enjoying a most rural yet accessible location along a single track lane, the estate lies approximately 1 mile from the B3257 that provides access to Callington and Plymouth beyond. Meanwhile, Launceston and the A30 carriageway are situated in the other direction. The pretty village of Coads Green lies within 2 miles and offers a primary school & village hall. Trefrize Estate is practically equidistant in position to the local towns of Launceston & Callington both of which offer the local amenities required for day to day needs. The A30 lies within 4 miles & provides access west further into Cornwall or east to Exeter and beyond. The property is ideally placed for the walking enthusiast with the north coast being within 25 miles.
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Crossgate, St Giles-on-the-Heath, Cornwall, Launceston PL15£ 425,000