The Old Cattle Shed, St Buryan


Availability: SOLD | Bedrooms: 4 | Tenure: Freehold

This former agricultural building built in the early 1800’s that housed the cows, milking parlour and carts has been transformed into the epitome of barn conversions. With its clever design this vast barn is shrouded in natural light from its many sky lights, windows and doors.

Its elegant interiors and split levels create a sense of divide and generates spacious rooms within the building. There is a great sense of flow and the stunning garden room extension at the end of the building has been created using Douglas fir with oak Bifold doors. Traditional granite and original features paired with the modern convenient touches such as 22mm low E Pilkington glass, underfloor heating, Mitsubishi air source heat pump as well as being highly insulated throughout. Of particular note are the gardens: with clever planting creating private interesting spaces. A very organic space where plants thrive. There is also an established wildlife pond creating a fantastic habitat with newts, toads, frogs and dragon flies. The property is very secluded and sheltered. Tresidder is a wonderful hamlet set in a fantastic position. Surrounded by farmland with wooded valley views across to Treen. Direct footpath access to the coast path, Porthcurno and Penberth. Just 6 miles to the main town of Penzance and rail links to the rest of the country.

Asking Price: £670,000

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Entrance Porch: Fully glazed double glazed front door into porch. Slate flooring. Double glazed wooden framed windows to either side. Double glazed large door into

Kitchen Dining Room: 35’5” x 14’7” (10.8m x 4.45m). Engineered oak floors throughout. Beautiful bespoke kitchen with a wide range of cupboards and drawers with hard wood worktops over. Sink and drainer with mixer tap. Slate splash back. Integrated oven and hob and dishwasher. Space for fridge freezer. Wall mounted cupboards with glass doors. Feature glass roof over majority of the kitchen area. Dining area-Velux, exposed A frames, wooden framed double glazed window to front with deep sill. Fitted cupboard and shelving to one wall with work station area. 2 x steps down to Lounge.

Utility Room: 7’8” x 4’2” (2.34m x 1.27m). Heating system (Mitsubishi air source heat pump supplying heating and hot water- under floor heating throughout). Space for washing machine. Exposed A frames.

Lounge: 14’1” x 16’2” (4.3m x 4.93m). Feature wood burning stove. Recess with window to one wall. Wooden framed double glazed door to front with access onto patio and garden area. Exposed A frames and stone. Large wooden framed French doors into

Garden room: 12’6” x 13’6” (3.8m x 4.11m). Slate floors, large glazed Bi Fold doors on two sides opening fully onto paved terrace which leads to gardens. Exposed stone to one wall.

Bedroom 3: 10’9” x 12’3” (3.28m x 3.73m). From kitchen two steps up to inner hall leading to bedrooms. Oak floors, exposed beams, glazed door to front paved area. Fitted shelving to one corner. High feature window adding light Fitted wardrobe.

Bedroom 2: 10’4” x 12’5” (3.15m x 3.78m). Exposed beams, oak floors, glazed door onto front paved area.

Bathroom: 6’9” x 10’7” (2.06m x 3.23m). Tiled flooring, bath with mixer tap. Sink with cupboard below. Enclosed shower cubicle. Extractor. Heated towel rail, frosted double glazed wooden framed window to front. Fitted cupboard with shelving.

Inner hallway: Door to storage area with added overhead storage. Velux windows.

Master Bedroom: 14’9” x 11’3” (4.5m x 3.43m). Oak floors, Velux, exposed A frame. Large window to front. Double doors to fitted wardrobe. Door to

Ensuite Bathroom: 5’5” x 3’ (1.65m x 0.91m). Shower with folding screen, w/c, sink with cupboard below, heated towel rail. Velux, extractor.

Outside: The property is accessed via a gravelled drive- farm gate access with gravelled driveway with large parking area with hedge boundary. Steps down into front garden with gravelled path to front door. Lawn, railway sleepers, wide selection of shrubs and trees. Traditional Cornish stone wall with Elaeagnus and Griselinia hedging marking the boundary Large shed, pond, views across the valley towards Logan Rock. The garden is south facing.


Stacey Mann Estates has one of the lowest fees in Penzance and offer a free market appraisal to sell your home. Stacey has over 20 years experience, a huge knowledge of Penwith and born and bred in Penwith, Cornwall.


Stacey Mann Estates Ltd.
17 Alverton Street,
Penzance, TR18 2QP

T: 01736 368705

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