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Stylish conversion of what were formerly 17th Century barns together with a farmer's 18th Century residence

The Grange is an impressive property which has been thoughtfully converted to provide a stylish modern home which retains a plenthora of original charm and character. Exposed Cornish stonework, original beams, natural slate and granite celebrate the heritage of this fine property and a self contained granny annexe integral to the house provides significant income potential or perhaps accommodation for a dependent relative. The Grange boasts over two acres of enchanting south west facing gardens and grounds, beautifully maintained with individual defined areas to explore and immerse ones self in.


Following the path across manicured lawns to the welcoming glazed porchway, you are struck by the enchanting character and quality of this substantial property. The porch opens into the dining room, at the centre of the house, with stairs leading up to the vaulted gallery above, a versatile space currently in use as a his and hers study/office. The dining room also leads through a small vestibule, with cloakroom off, to the large country kitchen with an extensive range of wall, base and dresser-style units, a two-oven Rayburn range and plenty of space for a farmhouse table and chairs. The flagstone flooring continues into the adjoining utility/laundry room, originally the apple store, with direct access to the parking area and a further cloakroom.


Off the dining room, steps lead up to the impressive roundhouse drawing room, with a vaulted and beamed ceiling and an abundance of natural light. This characterful room is spacious yet cosy, with a distinctive log-burning stove set on a raised slate hearth. An inner hallway runs the length of the ground floor from the reception rooms to the bedrooms. With steps rising, rooflights set into the sloping beamed ceiling and several large windows, the hallway enjoys plenty of natural light and beautiful views across the gardens. Additionally, glazed double doors open to the pretty patio area outside. The master suite is a well-proportioned room with plenty of built-in storage and en-suite with a roll-top, claw footed bath. The second bedroom has an en-suite shower room and the third has a vanity basin. The hallway leads through to the annexe – a two storey conversion with flexible accommodation currently configured to sleep up to five guests, with the two bedrooms and shower room being accessed via a stylish timber spiral staircase. The cosy sitting room opens to a pretty conservatory with lovely views over the gardens, a compact but well-appointed kitchen has plenty of space for a dining table and there is a shower room on the ground floor. Currently integrated into the main house, the annexe could easily be utilised independently by virtue of its own entrance and the potential to create a private garden and parking area.


The grounds and gardens of The Grange are as stunning and full of character as the property itself. Extensive, at over two acres, and with several interesting defined areas providing fantastic options to explore, relax and enjoy the great outdoors. Laid mainly to lawn, the gardens are beautifully maintained with mature shrub and hedging borders and several specimen trees. A large patio runs along the rear of the property, comprising several areas from which to enjoy al fresco dining and relaxing whilst appreciating the views over the south-west facing gardens.


The extended garden area is quite enchanting with a grass tennis court and croquet lawn, “The Long Walk”, an attractive pergola walkway leading from the main patio area to a delightful roundhouse garden room, and a thriving fruit and vegetable garden with a large potting shed. A second garden room, currently an artist’s studio, which sits alongside the former Victorian orchard with its magnificent Bramley apple trees, provides a peaceful haven from which to work or relax. There is also a pond with a duck house. The grounds extend further to include an area of natural woodland along the southern boundary, alongside which flows a natural stream with bridge over – this is a pretty area with an abundance of indigenous plantlife and woodland flowers. An oak-framed linney provides covered parking along with three storage areas and there is plenty more parking on the gravel driveway. A second entrance alongside the annexe leads to a further large storage shed. Services to the property include a private borehole water supply with filters and UV purification, mains electricity, septic tank drainage and an oil-fired central heating system. Viewing strictly by appointment.


St Kew Churchtown is an historic village and conservation area with a population of around a thousand and a 15th-century parish church. The well-regarded St Kew school is within walking distance, as is the popular St Kew Inn. Shops and amenities can be found at Rock - a popular holiday resort with a variety of water sports facilities, it is also home to the championship St. Enodoc Golf Courses – or at the thriving market town of Wadebridge, both of which are just five miles away. The stunning beaches of Polzeath and Daymer Bay are within reach as is Bodmin Moor, so popular with walkers. St Kew is well situated for transport connections being under 8 miles from the main A30, 15 miles from the mainline railway station at Bodmin Parkway and 17 miles from Newquay Airport.


From the roundabout on the A39 at Wadebridge, follow the A30 towards Camelford and Bude. After approximately 2 miles and immediately after St. Kew Golf Course, take the left turn signposted to Pendoggett and St. Kew. Follow this lane for approximately 1.3 miles and the entrance to The Grange will be found on your left hand side, immediately after the Ford. The postcode for satellite navigation is PL30 3EP.

St Kew, Nr Port Isaac  £1,145,000

  • Stunning 18th Century Barn Conversion
  • Many Original Character Features
  • Three Bedrooms with Two En-Suites
  • Over Two Acres of Extensive Landscaped Gardens & Grounds
  • Attached Two-Storey Granny Annexe with Private Entrance
  • Oak-Framed Carport & Ample Driveway Parking
  • Peaceful Village Location Surrounded by Open Countryside
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