Wendron, Helston

£475,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
A fantastic and completely unique opportunity to acquire this beautiful Grade II Listed conversion offering spacious and well maintained one bedroom accommodation with the benefit of a two storey barn currently providing for ancillary accommodation and a useful garage/workshop with scope for conversion subject to any necessary consents being obtained. The property sits on a generous plot of approximately one third of an acre offering beautiful well maintained gardens from which can be enjoyed fabulous far reaching rural views, the location is of historic interest and is tucked away offering all the benefits of rural living yet being well placed for access to Helston, Falmouth and Truro and also the famed sailing waters of the Helford River and the nearby village of Gweek.

GUIDE PRICE - £475,000

LOCATION

The property enjoys a peaceful location at the end of a no through lane commanding fabulous far reaching rural views towards Goonhilly. Whilst being tucked away and feeling very rural the property is also well placed for access to the wider facilities on offer in towns such as Helston, Falmouth and Truro. It is situated above the village of Gweek into which the Helford River flows and which offers a wonderful village community with a well used public house and restaurant, shop and post office and café. The property borders a bridleway offering attractive rural walks through nearby woods and streams.

ACCOMMODATION

The main accommodation comprises of a tiled entrance area which offers access to a spacious sitting room, well appointed shower room and generous kitchen breakfast room. The Kitchen/breakfast room is a particular feature being of good size and enjoying a log burner and feature hand crafted spiral staircase to the first floor. There is also a hugely useful utility room accessed from the Kitchen. The first floor offers a stunning bedroom with toilet and wash hand basin taking full advantage of the sweeping rural views and also boasting a feature stained glass window.

The barn is used by the present vendors as ancillary accommodation for their family when they visit, it is comprised of a large open plan room on the ground floor with log burner and a fabulous mezzanine sleeping area on the first floor.

There is a further garage/workshop of good size which subject to any necessary consents being obtained could offer scope for conversion to further accommodation or useful home office space.

THE GROUNDS

The property sits on a generous plot of approximately one third of an acre. The gardens are divided into different areas and include a beautiful courtyard seating area, a sheltered area used by the present vendors as a produce garden and a generous lawned garden to the rear of the property stocked with a range of mature shrubs, plants and trees and having a useful timber shed. There is also an attractive level garden to the front of the property which is mostly laid to lawn enclosed by a traditional cornish stone wall. There is off road parking for several vehicles in the driveway and courtyard and also a further gravelling parking space to the front of the Garage/workshop. An interesting feature within the grounds is a cave which the current owners have carried some research out on and is likely to have been used as a tinners hut in times gone by.

AGENTS NOTE

Prospective purchasers should be aware that the barn is used by the current vendors as holiday accommodation for their family when they visit but there are no toilet facilities within the barn and guests must use those inside the property. The vendors have informed us that there was previously a section 106 restriction on the barn but that this has now been removed.

AGENTS NOTE 2

Please also be aware that our vendors have also advised us that there is lapsed planning permission for the garage and workshop to be converted and also that the two storey barn had planning permission to install a bathroom. Subject to any necessary consents being obtained both the two storey barn and the garage/workshop offer potential for conversion into residential units and would appear ideally suited to anyone seeking a holiday letting income stream.

SERVICES

The property is served by a private water supply, private drainage and mains electricity and butane Gas serving the range oven in the Kitchen.

ANTI MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATIONS - PURCHASERS

It is a legal requirement that we receive verified ID from all buyers before a sale can be instructed. We ask for your cooperation on this matter to ensure there is no unnecessary delay in agreeing a sale. We will inform you of the process once your offer has been accepted.

PROOF OF FINANCE - PURCHASERS

Before agreeing a sale, we will require proof of your financial ability to purchase. Again, we ask for your cooperation on this matter to avoid any unnecessary delays in agreeing a sale and we will inform you of what we require prior to agreeing a sale.

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The Mather Partnership

17 Meneage Street, Helston, Cornwall, TR13 8AA

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