Bosworlas, St. Just
Property SummaryFULLY BOOKED FOR VIEWINGS IN JANUARY. VIEWINGS SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
Viewing is Strictly by Appointment.
The property itself is very sweet comprising an two storey granite barn with a single story kitchen and dining extension to the side. The house has lovely features including a magnificent turned staircase, beautiful doors, and exposed granite walls. As it stands there is a bedroom with bathroom on the first floor and a further bedroom with bathroom off the kitchen. The property has huge scope to extend and improve (subject to relevant planning permissions).
Outside is where the property comes into its own: with approx. 15 acres of level land made up of 9 individual fields (8 extending to the side of the property and 1 behind). There is a stream running through the middle of the fields providing clean fresh water to livestock. Each fields is gated with post and wire marking the boundaries. There is also a large man made duck pond with central island.
The field on its own behind the property has a concrete based secluded field shelter which could easily be turned into stables if required: the large double garage could also be utilised for animals until sufficient stabling was built.
The property is approached via a private driveway which runs along its fields onto a over grown turning circle which would be a lovely feature once cleared. There are over seven pockets of gardens surrounding the property including two large grass areas and some woodland pieces. This is a very exciting opportunity to purchase a such unique property and viewing demand will be high.
St Just is the nearest town to Lands End. It is an ideal situation for visitors to the far west of Cornwall as it is situated on the edge of the moors and close to the beautiful north coast, about 8 miles west of Penzance. Originally the centre of the tin mining industry in this part of Cornwall, the towns past is reflected in the nature of the streets of granite cottages. Amenities including, butchers, bakers, schools, artisan shops, doctors, chemist, delicatessens and cafes.
Half glazed stable door into:
Sitting Room (6.30m x 3.84m (20'8" x 12'7"))
Two double glazed window to front, two night storage heaters. Beams,exposed stone to one wall with former inglenook with night storage inset, ornate woodwork and pannelling,
Kitchen/Diner (6.00m x 4.50m (19'8" x 14'9"))
Tiled flooring, two dual aspect double glazed windows to front, one double glazed window side. Bespoke kitchen with fitted cupboards, and worktops, sink and drainer. Double sink, Aga, exposed stone work, extractor over the Aga. Space for washing machine, space for fridge. Bespoke cupboard with shelving, walk in storage cupboard. Slate floor ideal larder, beams, bespoke door into:
Bedroom 1 (4.00m x 3.66m (13'1" x 12'0"))
Two triple aspect windows to side and rear.
En-Suite (2.64m x 1.60m (8'8" x 5'3"))
Frosted double glazed window to side/rear, bath, w/c, pedestal, heated towel rail, tiled walls, extractor fan, electric wall mounted heater.
Beautiful ornate sweeping staircase to :
Bespoke wood, wode sweeping stairs into :
Open Plan Bedroom 2 (7.00m x 3.70m (23' x 12'2"))
Double glazed window to front with rural outlook, further window to front, rural outlook, ornate wood pannelling, TV point.
W/c, wall mounted sink, heated towel rail, bath.
Parking and garden to front. Useful outbuildings (with potential, subject to any necessary planning consents)which are accessed via 7 bar gates, the property incorporates a stream and has well stocked gardens. There is a There is a private drive into the property panning the fields. Level fields with hedging marking the boundaries, stunning rural views of the surrounding countryside.
Double Garage/Workshop (8.15m x 5.87m (26'9" x 19'3"))
Block built construction with pitched slate roof, two sets of double wooden doors, electric, two windows to side, three phase power.