The property was the former farm house of Trevescan Farm set within a courtyard, surrounded by paddocks and farm land. As you enter the farm you will start to see the size of the property, also the land and the various outbuildings. From the front through the formal private garden you enter the granite farm house via a porch and into the central hallway. The first room is a spacious family dining and kitchen room which has a country style kitchen, breakfast bar, range style oven and a walk in larder. From the kitchen is the adjacent utility room to one corner and access to a very useful cloak or boot room with a separate WC.
Property Auctions South West
2 Cotton Street
t. 01395 275 691
2 Cotton Street
Tel: 01395 275 691
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