Bosmaen is an impeccably presented barn conversion with an elevated setting on the outskirts of Mevagissey village which provides some impressive views over the local bay out to sea. The original conversion was carried out in the 1980s and the present owners have since thoughtfully and skilfully improved and updated the appearance and layout of the ground floor with an attractive extension.
There are now wonderful French doors opening onto the outside terrace which also improve the views from inside the house greatly.
The accommodation in total comprises an exceptional open-plan living room/kitchen and two ground floor bedrooms with two first-floor bedrooms including the en suite master bedroom, and a self contained annexe outside.
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The gardens are mostly laid to lawn with various shrub and flower borders and gently slope towards the sea in an easterly direction. A large timber summer house is located on the house side of the garden and is currently used as a gym.
The village of Mevagissey is a historic fishing port on the south coast of Cornwall just a few miles from the Lost Gardens of Heligan. The village is centred around the picturesque harbour and has amenities for day-to-day needs. It’s also around six miles from the market town of St Austell, which also has a mainline rail link to London Paddington.
The guide price is £650,000. For further information contact Savills on 01872 243 200 or visit www.savills.co.uk.