The Old Rectory in St Mewan in Cornwall is an example of a perfectly restored country property in a popular area of the West Country. The accommodation is laid out over two floors and extremely spacious. Original features add charm, including a charming Adam-style fireplace and the fireplace in the dining room is fashioned from an extremely rare form of granite.
The kitchen and conservatory provide good views and access out to the gardens while upstairs the master bedroom is accessed off the mezzanine floor and has a high ceiling and wonderful views over the countryside. There are three further bedrooms, two en suite.
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Outside a former barn has been converted into ancillary accommodation with two bedrooms and an open plan living area on the first floor.
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The gardens are divided into different sections including the lawned area to the front of the property and the lower garden which has an impressive selection of mature shrubs and trees. Set to the side is the paddock, plus a woodland garden and a former kitchen garden, as well as a stable and a small barn which is currently used for storage.
The Old Rectory is located in the small hamlet of St Mewan which is centered around its church and its school ten miles from Fowey and 14 miles from Truro and Newquay airport is around 20 miles.
The guide price is £750,000. For further information please contact Jackson-Stops & Staff on 01872 261160 or visit www.jackson-stops.co.uk.
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