Hirondelle is a real hidden gem; converted by the current owner this detached home with reversed accommodation flows seamlessly with the grounds that surround it. The modern finish is thoroughly functional for 21st century living, whilst traditional features such as the cathedral ceiling with exposed beams, pay homage to the buildings original character.
The accommodation briefly comprises of three bedrooms, open plan kitchen, living room / diner, family bathroom, en-suite shower room, utility and w/c.
The grounds include a substantial garden, spacious balcony / terrace, private courtyard with parking, a former stable block and self-contained cabin with a kitchenette, en-suite and double bed.
The wood effect tiled floor with underfloor heating provides a comfortable and functional environment. Accommodation is spread across the ground floor and includes a master room with en-suite shower room and two additional bedrooms, each with direct access out to the front courtyard.
Also located on the ground floor is the family bathroom with double ended bath, feature hand basin, double shower and w/c.
A hand built Iroco staircase rises to the first floor level and is complimented by the solid pine flooring that runs the length of the stunning open plan living area.
The kitchen has polished granite work surfaces and oak cabinets under, with plumbing for a dishwasher. The dining area provides ample of space for hustings friends and family, whilst the living room area is snug and homely with a multi-fuel burner.
French doors overlook and lead out onto the south west facing decked terrace and garden providing superb entertaining space. From the kitchen area a door opens into the utility room which has a further w/c with feature basin.
A sizeable courtyard with feature water fountain provides parking for multiple vehicles and access to the former stable block which now serves as a versatile storage area.
The garden to the rear is a versatile space, mostly laid to lawn with a beach tree border. A feature pergola sits in the middle breaking up the expansive lawn and leads towards a self-contained log cabin with electricity and plumbing. A wonderful addition that is perfect for guests to enjoy their own space.
The balcony terrace can be accessed from the garden and commands a wonderful view of the local countryside with neighbouring agricultural buildings very much setting the scene. There is space for a large dining table and room for a hot tub.
The property is located in rural setting at the bottom of a no through road, beside an equestrian facility and other residential properties. A wonderful country setting with ease of access to and from from the A38.
The nearby village of Menheniot (approx. 2 miles) has a fantastic primary school, village store, post office and local inn. The larger town of Liskeard boasts a variety of shops and facilities, including a train station on a direct line to London.
The city of Plymouth and also Truro are within commutable distance and the picturesque fishing villages of Kingsand and Cawsamd, Looe and Polperro are all under a 30 minute drive away.
EPC Rating: C
Water & Drainage: Private facility shared with neighbours.
Utilities: Mains electricity and internet
Local Authority: Cornwall Council
Council Tax Band: E
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