In a rural location, with superb countryside views, this detached 3 bedroom barn conversion is complimented with a range of useful agricultural or general purpose buildings together with an adjacent over 4 acre pasture field, the whole extending to just over 5 acres.
Approached via a minor Council maintained country lane, Trehane Barn is on the edge of the rural hamlet of Troan, in the parish of St. Enoder with the church at its heart, less than ½ a mile away. Both the north and south Cornish coastlines at Newquay and St. Austell are approximately 7 miles distant and also boast a wide variety of retail, professional and leisure facilities.
The nearby village of Summercourt is about 1½ miles away with good everyday facilities including the London Inn Public House, Premier grocery shop and florist, children’s day nursery, car sales garage and, on the outskirts, the Fox’s Revenge restaurant. The City of Truro, the administration centre for Cornwall with excellent range of health, leisure, entertainment, education and business facilities, is approximately 11 miles to the southwest and is easily accessed via the A30 junction at Summercourt which is 1 mile away providing a good link west to Redruth and West Cornwall and east to Bodmin , Launceston and the national road motorway network at Exeter.
Trehane Barn which is constructed of natural granite stone external walls under a natural slate clad roof, was converted by the vendor in the mid-1990’s creating reverse level comfortable family accommodation with character features complemented by mainly wood frame double glazing and oil fired central heating with radiators throughout.