Bennacott Barn & Daisy's Cottage, Boyton, Launceston, PL15

Under Offer £700,000

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**** GUIDE PRICE £700,000 to £725,000 ******
Stunning South facing barn conversion
Generous living space
Extensive views to open countryside
Abundance of character features
Gorgeous lounge and open plan kitchen/dining room
Separate & very appealing 1 bed cottage with multiple purposes
Approached via its own private gravelled drive
Lapsed detailed planning permission for a further 4 bedroom house
Superfast fibre optic broadband

Viewing of this superb property is strongly recommended

A rare opportunity to acquire an appealing Grade 2 listed barn and separate cottage.

Bennacott Barn and Daisy's cottage are approached from the main road via a recently laid stone and gravel drive which has a post and rail style wired fence to each side. Both sides of the drive have their own paddock. To the side of the property is a concreted parking area for multiple vehicles. Passing the substantial Bennacott Barn to the left, 'Daisy's' cottage enjoys its' own approach further on and to the far right.

The barn has been sympathetically converted and retains many of its original features. The current owners have further enhanced the property adding stylish touches throughout. Internally, the property is a lovely, comfortable modern home, boasting an abundance of features including original brickwork, exposed floorboards, a handmade wooden staircase, traditional slate sills, 'A' framed beams and wooden sealed unit double glazed windows. The internal accommodation is over three levels and would suit family living very well, with 4 bedrooms, two of which enjoy en suite facilities. The property also benefits from that all important superfast fibre optic broadband.

Formerly a wagon shed, Daisy cottage was converted in 2014 to the same high standard as the main house. The cottage currently provides additional accommodation to the main house and has multiple purposes as a studio for home working, a granny annex or multi-generational living. Daisy Cottage has its own dedicated parking and a large enclosed courtyard to the front with a good sized shed to the side.

The extensive grounds face due south, affording breath taking views of the surrounding countryside and extend to approximately 2 acres, with a good mix of garden, patio and paddock. There are currently 3 fenced paddocks with a fourth easily achievable from an area requiring clearing. The current owners keep an array of livestock including chickens, sheep and pigs. It would also be possible to keep a pony on the land if desired. This really is an appealing and flexible property which could be enjoyed as is, but also has scope to carry out further landscaping in order to mould to your exact requirements.

There is lapsed planning permission (2013) to erect a contemporary 4 bedroom house in the grounds.

Both Bennacott Barn and Daisy's cottage are Grade 2 listed.

Planning permission was granted on 5th October 2012 under application number PA11/06489 and listed building consent application number PA11/07227.

Bennacott Barn and Daisy's cottage is situated just off the B3254, North of Launceston. Launceston, the ancient capital of Cornwall is approximately five miles distance and has a range of shopping, commercial, educational and recreational facilities and lies adjacent to the A30 dual carriageway giving easy access to the main West country centres such as Truro, Plymouth and Exeter. Railway links can be found in Exeter and Plymouth for commuting purposes and Newquay airport is less than an hour away. The North Cornish Resort of Bude can be reached within 13 miles, famous for its surfing and beaches.


Water mains
Drainage by private treatment plant
Mains electricity
Oil fired central heating –
Telephone is BT Connection
Broadband is BT connection (Superfast)

Tenure - The property is offered for sale freehold and with Vacant Possession on completion and no forward chain.

Local Authority

The property is sold subject to all local authority charges and is council tax band F
The local authority is Cornwall County Council, County Hall, Treyew Road, Truro, Cornwall, TR1 2AY Telephone: 0300 1234 100

Agents Notes

None of the services or appliances, plumbing, heating or electrical installations have been tested by the selling agent. Any maps used on the details are for identification purposes only.
None of the statements contained in these particulars as to this property are to be relied on as statements or representations of fact. All figures, measurements, floor plans & maps are for guidance purposes only.

Entrance Hall Foyer 4.94m (16' 2') x 3.00m (9' 10')
The entrance to the property is via a stable half door into the roomy entrance hallway. The hallway has a striking natural slate tiled floor, black radiator, recessed ceiling lights and nicely finished grey doors.

WC off Foyer hallway 1.63m (5' 4') x 1.24m (4' 1')
From the hallway and to the right is a stylish WC with glass wash hand basin, grey painted walls, natural slate floor and white toilet suite with a brushed steel modern radiator, recessed ceiling lights and window with a deep slate sill.

Utility Room 2.77m (9' 1') x 3.15m (10' 4')
To the left of the hallway we step down three steps into a well fitted utility area with double sink and double drainer, ample cupboards, fitted fridge and plenty of workspace with cream fitted kitchen units. Plumbing for a washing machine and ample electric points for driers and other appliances. The lighting is a ceiling light and the walls are painted white, with useful shelving. The windows are wooden double glazed casement units.

Kitchen 4.60m (15' 1') x 5.25m (17' 3')
From the hall we step into a stunning modern kitchen, where the slate tile floor theme continues. There is generous worktop space of high quality white with grey flecks quartz stone with grey gloss under cabinets incorporating curved edges set around a central island. All the units incorporate soft close doors and drawers and long brushed steel handles. Above the worktops the splash backs are predominantly a light olive-green with stainless steel behind the cooker. The kitchen has space for a substantial cooker and currently incorporates a Falcon Professional range with induction hob and 2 full size ovens (negotiable in the event of a sale). The ceiling is lit with 3 integrated LED fittings. There is space for an American style fridge freezer and above the worktops are plenty of double socket outlets. There is a built-in dishwasher and refrigerator and the black sink and tap finish of this contemporary space.

Dining and Breakfast Room 3.76m (12' 4') x 5.05m (16' 7')
From the kitchen stepping down 2 steps into the dining area, the slate tiled floor continues. There is a wall mounted electric radiator and ample double socket outlets. The main feature of the room is the glass roof, window panels and double doors set in natural oak and with draw blinds. Recessed ceiling lights and 2 additional wall lights provide ambiance in this really lovely entertaining space leading directly onto the stone tiled patio with views over open countryside and beyond, making the perfect summer dining room.

Hallway 6.58m (21' 7') x 1.80m (5' 11')
One of the many features of this home is the semi elevated hallway with its wooden floor and handmade wooden stairs and traditional style doors. .

Boiler Room
Accessed from the hallway is the boiler room, also used as a linen storage for sheets and pillows etc. With a large hot water unvented cylinder, the central heating pump, fuse boxes, thermostats etc. All of the controls are from this area here and again we have a tiled floor with ventilated access, double socket outlets and a fluorescent light.

Bedroom Four 3.00m (9' 10') x 2.97m (9' 9')
With natural exposed wooden floors, French doors onto the rear, centre pendant light, central heating radiator together with double socket outlets.

Bedroom Three 3.12m (10' 3') x 2.97m (9' 9')
Double sized bedroom with exposed natural wooden floors, large floor to ceiling windows and door looking to the rear elevation of the property with centre pendant light, double socket outlets and central heating radiator. The walls are painted white and give a very pleasing feel to this room

Bedroom Two En suite 4.55m (14' 11') x 4.20m (13' 9')
A triple aspect light and airy room with window to the rear elevation and central heating radiator under, two glass doors to the side elevation and a third glass door to the front elevation of the property leading to its own private patio. Exposed wooden floors, decorative centre pendant light, white walls, exposed natural wooden floors. This has its own en suite with tiled floors and walls, low level toilet and a white wash hand basin, a white towel rail and a large step in shower with a stainless steel rose shower over. Recessed ceiling lights and an under sink built in cupboard.

Bathroom 2.55m (8' 4') x 2.04m (6' 8')
The family bathroom which is a first-floor wet room with toilet, wash hand basin and tiled floor, towel rail from the central heating system. This area is in the process of having a new shower fitted. It has been decided to leave this for any new owner to finish as they want. This room does present itself as a blank canvas for any new owner.

Master Bedroom with dressing room and en suite 4.06m (13' 4') x 4.34m (14' 3')
Master Bedroom: This is a fabulous light and airy bedroom with high ceiling to one side a sloping to the other. Exposed natural wooden floors, two Velux ceiling windows allow star gazing and a low-level window looking to the side elevation of the building.

Master Dressing Room 3.39m (11' 1') x 1.71m (5' 7')
Dressing area which also has access to the eaves, central heating radiator and Velux offering good light.

Master En Suite bathroom and shower 2.97m (9' 9') x 1.98m (6' 6')
The Master bedroom has its own en suite bathroom with a large tub bath and low-level toilet, with white bowl sink sits on an oak cupboard with aa black marble top. A matching oak wall mounted cupboard and a large, semi-curved, step in shower. The floor stones, tiles and wall tiles are all of exceptional quality.

Lounge 9.65m (31' 8') x 4.85m (15' 11')
Approached via the wooden stairs from the hallway we have this stunning sitting room with a high raised vaulted roof, huge wooden beams and exposed natural wooden floors. There are 3 central heating radiators and a fabulous Scandic style wood burning stove, ample plug sockets and a stunning view to open countryside looking out over the property's own front grounds and onto the countryside beyond though a very large window. This is a beautiful room with a Juliet balcony to the rear access. The space would also lend itself to a dining area but the present owners use it very much as a sitting area.

Study “S.O.H.O.” (Small office Home office) 4.61m (15' 1') x 2.93m (9' 7')
Working from home. This room is currently used as an office study making an ideal space for a work from home based business. The glass door to the outside has steps which lead to the parking area.

Loft mezzanine 4.62m (15' 2') x 2.96m (9' 9')
From the office, stairs rise in a spiral leading to a galleried loft mezzanine, ideal for a quiet area, hobbies, snug, study or even a further office space. This has a small window looking to the outside of the property and a view down over the sitting room.

Daisy's annex Living Room 3.36m (11' 0') x 3.90m (12' 10')
The living area is accessed through a large solid oak door and has the benefit and attraction of a multi-fuel log burner and electric panel radiator, and is fitted to a high standard for the discerning guest. There is a floor to ceiling window and built in shelving.

Daisy's annex Kitchen area 1.56m (5' 1') x 3.90m (12' 10')
The kitchen area is well equipped with stainless steel sink and drainer below a catchment window overlooking the private courtyard, integrated dishwasher, washer dryer, fridge and freezer, electric oven, induction hob and cooker hood. Cream cupboards with long brushed stainless steel handles, solid wood work surfaces and stainless steel splash back present a stylish and practical area.

Daisy's annex bedroom 2.83m (9' 3') x 3.94m (12' 11')
The bedroom comfortably accommodates a king-size bed and has built in dressing table and wardrobe. The adjacent and very well appointed wet room with shower, basin and toilet was refurbished recently.

  • Stunning South facing barn conversion
  • Generous living space
  • Extensive views to open countryside
  • Gorgeous lounge and open plan kitchen/dining room
  • Abundance of character features
  • Approached via its own private gravelled drive
  • No ongoing chain
  • Ample parking
  • Lapsed detailed planning permission for a further 4 bedroom house
  • Viewing very highly recommended
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