- Fully refurbished in 2008
- Sympathetic with lots of character
- 25Ft kitchen/diner
- Beautiful lounge with log burner
- 2nd reception/bedroom 4
- Oak & slate floors
- Large sweeping driveway
- Front & rear gardens
- LPG GCH & Hardwood DG
VIDEO TOUR! A STUNNING 3/4 BEDROOM BARN CONVERSION IN THE PICTURESQUE MID COUNTY FARM HAMLET OF RUTHVOES, CLOSE TO ST COLUMB MAJOR. MODERN, YET FULL OF CHARM & CHARACTER, LARGE GRAVEL DRIVE AND LOVELY GARDENS.
Eretiz Barn was fully and sympathetically refurbished from top to bottom in 2008, creating a fabulous family home with a perfect blend of modern and traditional features with no expense spared on fittings, which is evident throughout. The property has a beautiful external appearance with a natural stone and painted render exterior.
From an open faced storm porch there is access into the entrance hall, there are natural oak floors continued into the living room and there is a solid oak staircase rising to the first floor. On the ground floor there is a superb 25ft open plan kitchen/diner with a rustic oak farmhouse style kitchen having integrated oven, gas hob, extractor, dishwasher, fridge and freezer, as well as lovely tiling and beautiful natural slate flag style flooring. Off from the kitchen/diner is a rear porch/boot room. The living room has a feature half exposed natural stone wall with modern cylindrical style log burner, creating a very cosy environment. From the living room there are glazed double doors that provide access to a second reception room which the current vendor has previously used as a fourth bedroom, but could be used for a variety of family style uses and in turn looks out and gives access to the rear gardens. Finally on the ground floor there is a very useful WC/utility room, with plumbing connected for washing machine and tumble dryer.
From the first floor landing there are three good size double bedrooms, the largest of which has its own fully equipped en-suite with a stunning shower, wash basin and WC including full tiling and fitted mirrors. The bathroom is equally beautifully with a corner white suite, shower over the bath, wash basin and WC set with vanity unit with a chunky slate top. All of the first floor has exposed beams and some distant rural views. Other features to note include period reclaimed radiators, internal oak fitted doors, hand painted hard wood style double glazed windows and LPG gas central heating. The property was also fully internally insulted at the time of the conversion.
Externally there is a gated long sweeping gravel driveway, providing parking for numerous vehicles. There is a large lawned front garden, with side access to a fantastic rear chipped and paved patio area, also having an outside shower off from the boot room, great for washing off mucky dogs after long walks.
All told there are far to many features and benefits to mention, therefore we strongly recommend an internal viewing.