Converted some 2 years ago this very well presented 2 double bedroom detached converted barn is full of character both inside and out! Set within an established organic garden attracting wildlife year round, this smallholding is circa 3.5 acres in total including the garden (0.4 acres), gently sloping fields, stable block and hard standing area. The barn is located at the end of a lane and forms part of a former farmstead.
You enter into a welcoming hallway with shower room leading off. Double doors take you through to a separate sitting room centred around a wood burner housed on a reclaimed slate hearth and feature vaulted ceiling. Beyond the sitting room is a double bedroom with a door to the garden. The kitchen/Dining room is the jewel in this barns crown with its rustic beamed ceiling and solid cedar wood floor. The kitchen is complemented by a range of shaker style units. To one side of the room is an modern oil fired Rayburn that provides the barn with central heating, hot water and cooking facilities. There are doors opening out to the garden from the dining area. A staircase takes you up to the first floor master bedroom with en-suite bathroom and raised balcony area.
The barn is set within approximately half an acre of gardens that wrap around the property together with a poly tunnel and would appeal to those with green fingers. There are numerous gates off the lane that access the garden. Beyond the garden is a hard standing area which also has an independent access via a separate 5 bar gate. To one side of the hard standing is an L shaped stable block with 4 loose boxes and carport, beyond which there is still plenty of space to build a large shed (STP). Also nearby are two 2 bedroom static homes and an outside WC. There are approximately 2.5 acres of gently sloping pasture divided into 2 enclosures and former Circular horse ménage all of which enjoy uninterrupted rural views.
The barn once belonged to 15th century Farmhouse which is no longer in existence apart from some old cob walls in the garden. The property would make an ideal smallholding opportunity and has potential to create a camping/Airbnb set up (STP).
Maxworthy is a small hamlet located to North of Launceston. The market town of Holsworthy and coastal resort of Bude are equi-distant while Launceston "The Gateway to Cornwall" is some 9 miles. Between them they offer an excellent range of professional services, shops and leisure amenities and schools. From Launceston easy access to the A30 dual carriageway, providing links to the Cities of Exeter and Truro.