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Situated within the beauty of Cornwall’s countryside is this detached farmhouse set centrally within land of four acres arranged as formal gardens, amenity land and paddocks providing a rural and private retreat.
Perfect for the family looking for a rural smallholding, there are four bedrooms all of which enjoy an open rural outlook with the main bedroom benefiting from an en-suite shower room. The reception rooms enjoy a good use of space with the lounge/diner and its impressive fireplace with granite mantelpiece looking out and opening onto the formal gardens. A second reception room also has a feature granite fireplace with a wood burner and garden views. The kitchen has a comprehensive range of units and features a double oven, larder store cupboard, plus a large conservatory entrance and boiler room.
Externally, this delightful farmhouse comes into its own, set within the plot beyond the two paddocks there are formal gardens, as you meander through the gardens there are further grounds previously used for livestock which lead to a natural boundary of trees and a pond that is fed from a spring. There is a generous amount of parking with a triple car port leading to a store/workshop and a further outbuilding built within the old cow sheds. These contain the solar panelling and the bore hole water filtration system and have power and lighting connected; beyond the workshop there is also a vegetable garden. The formal gardens have a large terrace and lawns, a timber summerhouse and fruit trees.
Located on the outskirts of the village of Troon, you are within two miles of Camborne Mainline Station and within three miles of the A30 both providing access to further West and up to Truro and beyond, making this a rural retreat with accessible connections. Shopping can be found at the retail park and in Camborne all with a few miles of Springfields which include Heartlands and retail parks at Pool with Tesco Extra and a wealth of other stores.
A double glazed entrance door opens to:-
Reception area with tiled flooring, double glazed windows enjoying views towards the paddocks. Range of storage. Door opening to the:-
Multi-fuel boiler providing hot water, there is a useful storage area with double glazed window and door providing access to the garden. From the conservatory a door leads you to:-
The well fitted kitchen has a range of cream base and eye level units with complementary wood butchers block style work surfaces with inset sink with mixers taps, with recesses suitable for the fridge/freezer and washing machine. Larder store cupboard. Integrated double oven plus electric hob recessed into the fireplace with cooker hood over. Range of inset and down lighters and spot lighting. A large window offers views beyond the conservatory to the grounds. Door to:-
There is an impressive granite fireplace and stone walling to the recesses with wood burner - the perfect place to enjoy a good book on a wintry day while enjoying the view to the gardens. Part beamed ceiling, built-in cupboard. Stairs lead you to the first floor and steps lead you down to the:-
There are double glazed windows and a double glazed double door overlooking the formal gardens and opening onto the large patio. The lounge area has a feature fireplace with granite mantel housing a 'Gazco' Marlborough gas fire and a beamed ceiling continues the character. There are skirting radiators and a built-in bookshelf with a concealed cupboard and wall light points.
A split level landin with a picture window enjoying the views over the gardens towards Carn Brea. Doors off to:-
Double glazed window to rear aspect with viewing over the gardens. Radiator.
The cleverly designed single room has built-in storage, radiator and a double glazed window to the rear with view over the gardens.
Double glazed window to side aspect; with a four piece suite comprising panelled bath fitted with a glass shower screen and 'Aqualisa' shower over, low level WC, bidet and pedestal wash hand basin. Partly tiled walls, wood effect flooring, and heated towel rail.
Doors off to:-
This a good sized double bedroom with double glazed window to front aspect, radiator and a corner wall hung sink.
Benefiting from an en-suite shower room the bedroom has a double glazed window to the front aspect, two built in wardrobes plus a further storage cupboard housing the solar powered hot water cylinder. Radiator and door leading to:-
A compact facility with low level WC, wash hand basin with storage under and corner shower cubicle, tiled walls, extractor fan.
Springfield is located centrally within grounds approaching four acres and offers a secluded retreat within the Cornish countryside. From Bolenowe Lane the five bar gate opens to a driveway leading down towards the farmhouse. To either side of the driveway are two grazing paddocks, currently housing a neighbours horses while previously used for grazing livestock. There is ample parking for several vehicles as well as there being a choice of car ports. The property benefits from numerous outbuildings, most were previously used as cowsheds, while now being utilised as a substantial workshop, wood store and utility/plant room. The majority of the outbuildings have power and lighting connected with one housing the treatment system for the water from the bore hole and the solar power equipment. Formal gardens surround the property, with a large terrace from the lounge/diner, a summer house on the lawn looks back towards the house. Meandering from the formal gardens, screen by tall hedgerow to the neighbouring field and copse or wild flower area, both previously used for grazing which is laid to lawn for ease. To the rear of the plot and on the property’s boundary there is a pond which is fed from a spring. In additional there a raised vegetable garden/potting area, perfectly sheltered. The current owners have planted numerous (probably hundreds) of tree and shrubs over their ownership; they have utilised the land to not only be a family garden perfect entertaining but also land ideally for grazing livestock.
From Camborne mainline Railway Station head out of toward Beacon on Trevu Road, which leads into Fore Street, Beacon then Newton Road. After approximately one mile turn left by the old garage. The road bears right with a small triangle where you bear right, following the lane as it narrows past Lower Bolenowe Farm where the property is located on the left as signposted by our For Sale board.
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