Higher Bal, St. Agnes £900,000

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  • kitchen
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  • bathroom
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  • lounge area
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  • bedroom
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  • parking
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  • barn interior
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  • paddock
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  • barn
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  • Detached 'new build' bungalow style property
  • Set within grounds of 1.75 acres
  • Contemporary style two bedroom property
  • Well-appointed triple aspect kitchen/living room
  • Air source underfloor heating
  • Large barn in excess of 3000 square feet
  • Generous parking and large car port
  • Rural location with in half a mile of St Agnes
  • Rare opportunity, chain free sale
  • Ten year Architect Certificate

A unique opportunity to acquire a detached former stable which has been converted into contemporary style living accommodation and is set within grounds of one and three quarter acres, in addition there is a barn with a floor area in excess of 3000 square feet.

Enjoying a view towards the North coast, The Old Stable offers two bedrooms, an open plan living space with a vaulted ceiling which features a gable wall with full width windows and French doors opening onto the garden, with paddock and coastal views beyond.  The kitchen features a range of contemporary style units with a comprehensive package of integrated appliances and this contemporary theme is continued in the bathroom. 

Fully double glazed, the property is warmed via an air source heat pump supplying underfloor heating, which is zoned and can be remotely controlled.  There is an enclosed lawned garden with extensive patio to the front, in addition to ample parking, one will find a large car port suitable for a motorhome etc. 

The barn has a full height electric door to the front with the benefit of power, light and water connected.  The barn has a great deal of potential for recreational or business use and the paddock which lies beyond the barn, is enclosed and has an area of approximately 1.2 acres.  The property will have the benefit of a 10 year Architect Certificate.

In summary, this is a most unusual property which offers potential for a wide range of uses.  Viewing our interactive virtual tour is strongly recommended prior to arranging a closer inspection.

Situated in a small hamlet, within half a mile to the west of the village of St Agnes, the property is located within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and world mining heritage area.  The village of St Agnes supports a lively community and has a well-respected primary school as well as a wide range of local shops, bars and restaurants.  The ancient harbour sits close by, by the delightful beach of Trevaunce Cove and nearby Chapel Porth beach, owned by the National Trust, is one of the north coast's most picturesque coves and a surfer’s paradise.  There are stunning coastal footpaths to Trevaunce Cove to the north and Porthtowan to the south.  

Truro is the administrative centre of Cornwall and has excellent amenities, including good private and public schooling, a variety of shops and services, as well as a main line railway station which has direct links to London Paddington and the north of England.  Regular scheduled flights operate from Newquay airport to Heathrow and parts of Europe.



There is a gated access to the holding which is set off the public highway and leads to a generous parking and turning area.

uPVC double glazed door with full height window to side. Opening to:


Luxury vinyl flooring (LVT) which extends throughout the property. Panel doors open to:

KITCHEN/LIVING ROOM - 23' 1'' x 12' 11'' (7.03m x 3.93m)


Full height uPVC double glazed French doors and windows overlooking the garden to the front and with distant sea views. Full height double glazed window to the side, quarter height double glazed window and two Velux roof lights. These all combine to create a light and airy environment.


Comprehensive range of eye level and base charcoal grey units, arranged on three sides to form a partial room divider. Thin square edged work surface which incorporates an inset stainless steel single drainer sink unit with mixer tap. There is a built in eye level double oven and combination microwave. Inset ceramic hob with hood over and an integrated fridge and freezer, dishwasher and washer dryer. The vaulted ceiling features inset spotlighting.

BEDROOM ONE - 10' 9'' x 10' 1'' (3.27m x 3.07m)

uPVC double glazed window to the front and Velux double glazed window to the rear.


Contemporary design with a concealed cistern WC, wall hung vanity wash hand basin with mixer tap and panelled bath with plumbed shower over. Extensive ceramic tiled walls. Vanity mirror and electric toothbrush charger.

BEDROOM TWO - 10' 4'' x 7' 5'' (3.15m x 2.26m)

Two Velux double glazed windows to rear.


To the outside there is a formal enclosed lawned garden to the front. Extensive flagged slate patio, ideal for outside entertaining and with natural slate extending to one side. Attached to the property is an outside plant room for the domestic hot water and central heating and it also provides space for storage. External water supply. Parking is available for numerous vehicles between the barn and the property. There is also attached to the barn a generous car port which could easily house a motorhome or boat.

BARN - 75' 1'' x 54' 6'' (22.87m x 16.60m) L-shaped, maximum measurements

The barn has owned solar panels on the roof which feed into the domestic property with power, light and water. Central to the barn is a full height electric roller door allowing easy access for larger vehicles.

From the side of the property, a gate opens onto:


Laid to pasture and is approximately 1.2 acres in size.


The Council Tax Band for the property is yet to be assessed as it is classed as a new build.


The property benefits from mains electricity, mains water and has a private sewage treatment plant set to one side of the paddock.


On entering the village of St Agnes on the B3277 continue into the centre (one way system) and with the St Agnes Hotel on the left and the parish church on the right. Take the left turning into Trevaunce Road, passing Brecon Close on the left. Continue and turn left at a Y-junction heading toward Higher Bal. Higher Bal is on a staggered crossroads and at this point, turn right off the road, where the entrance to The Old Stable will be identified on the left hand side. If using what three words it is crumple.protests.wades.

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Name Location Type Distance
Higher Bal
St. Agnes TR5 0ND
County: Cornwall
Sale Type: For Sale
Ref #: MAP5838
Andy Parsons
MAP Estate Agents
  (01209) 243333