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Barton Meadow is a beautifully presented six bedroom family home spread over three floors together with a two bedroom attached single story cottage suited perfectly for those looking to accommodate a dependent relative or family member or simply to use for holiday lets or short hold tenancy. Furthermore there are formal gardens and grounds which surround the property together with a separate paddock totalling some 3.38 acres in size.
The property dates back to the mid-19th century and originated as a threshing barn powered by a waterwheel located some distance away. In the 1990s it was imaginatively converted into a most spacious house having due regard to the historic architecture and fabric. In view of its architectural and/or historical importance the property is listed Grade II.
The design of the conversion was extremely skilful and the result is a family house with spacious rooms and some excellent views over the surrounding countryside. One wing comprises a large annex, ideal for a dependant relative etc
A wide front door leads into a wide entrance lobby with ample space for boots etc and with a further glazed door opening into the reception hall which contains a staircase rising to the first floor and has a cloakroom off. The drawing room is of excellent proportions with a granite fireplace surround and chimney breast, bay window and glazed doors leading out into the gardens. Beyond there is a sitting room with brick fireplace and bay window providing delightful countryside views. Two further windows are of great interest having granite mullions. The dining room is of excellent size with a feature fireplace and glazed door leading out into the garden. The kitchen is beautifully fitted and has a bay window and exposed ceiling timbers. A door leads to the rear lobby which gives access to a utility room, boiler room and the double garage.
On the first floor there is a galleried landing which gives access to the master bedroom with en-suite dressing room and bathroom. The family bathroom contains bath, wide shower cubicle, wash basin, bidet and WC. Two further bedrooms are of double size and the fourth a large single. On the second floor there are two west facing double bedrooms, a bathroom and a useful attic room, ideal for storage.
The east wing of the property comprises a spacious annex offering excellent accommodation for a dependant relative. An entrance lobby leads into an entrance hall and on to a large open-plan sitting room and kitchen with doors leading out to the gardens. Both bedrooms are of double size and there is a bathroom and a further garage.
Barton Meadow is situated at the end of a long privately owned track over which there is a right of way. A five-bar gate gives access to a large gravelled turning and parking area and a double garage serving the main house with a further large single garage attached to the annex. The front garden comprises an expanse of lawn with a backdrop of eucalyptus and various planting of spring flowering shrubs including camellias, pieris and rhododendrons. A wide gravel path edged with lavender and azaleas leads to a five bar gate. To the south of the house and annex there is an enclosed garden comprising lawn and mixed shrub and perennial plantings. There is also a kitchen garden with greenhouse.
Below the house there is a paddock which runs down to a lovely old copse beside a stream. The total plot size is approximately 3.38 acres.
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Luney Barton is a tiny hamlet of six individual properties located at the end of a very long entrance drive and surrounded by countryside. The nearest town is the market town of St. Austell about three miles distant. The recently regenerated St Austell town centre provides a wide range of shopping, educational and recreational facilities. There is a mainline railway station and leisure centre together with primary and secondary schools and supermarkets. The picturesque port of Charlestown and the award winning Eden Project are within a short drive. The town of Fowey is approximately 10 miles away and is well known for its restaurants and coastal walks and the city of Truro with its excellent shopping centre is about ten miles. Sandy beaches and the south coast are within five to six miles and the Roseland Peninsula is easily accessible.
The following services are available; Mains water and electricity, private drainage, oil-fired central heating.
Head out on to the A390 along the Sticker bypass. At Hewaswater garage turn left. Approximately 1/4 of a mile along the road, heading back towards Sticker, is a sign saying Lower Sticker. Taking the right turning signposted Lower Sticker. Follow the road along to the cross roads, turning right and head down. You will see Griggs store on your left hand side. Go past the main entrance of Griggs Store, follow the road for approximately 3/4 of a mile. You will notice a 'Slow' sign on the road. Approximately 80 yards along, as the road climbs, there is an open stone built, private driveway on the right, signposted Luney Barton. Turn right here, head down the private lane. In front of you, you will see a white gate of the property next door. Take the middle entrance and follow the road around to the left. Barton Meadow is set back behind the farmhouse gate and the annexe and driveway will be just before that on the left.
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