A characterful and most charming detached Grade II listed 4 bedroom country residence and converted traditional barn. Set in beautiful and well stocked landscaped gardens and grounds. 7.5 acres of pasture paddocks, 1.5 acres of woodland and 2 general purpose buildings. Further land available by separate negotiation.The PropertyBadharlick house is a characterful and most charming detached Grade II listed 4 bedroom country residence and converted traditional barn. The house has origins dating back to the 17th Century and stands in an elevated position at the head of a long sweeping entrance drive. The house boasts many period features including granite mullion windows, granite door surrounds, slate flagstone floors and fireplaces. All set in beautiful and well stocked landscaped gardens and grounds. The well-presented and spacious accommodation briefly comprises: entrance hall, drawing room, dining room, sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room, laundry room, utility, boot room and on the first floor 4 bedrooms (master en-suite) and family bathroom. The converted barn is currently equipped as a commercial kitchen with offices and store room above, which would easily revert back to a 2 bedroom annexe. 9 acres of pasture paddocks and 2 general purpose buildings. If required there is up to a further 50 acres of grassland available by separate negotiation.SituationBadharlick Farmhouse is located off a quiet unclassified rural lane, a short distance from the popular village of Egloskerry, which provides a primary school, church, chapel and village hall and is surrounded by natural scenery of outstanding beauty. The historic town of Launceston lies approximately 5 miles to the east and offers a wide variety of domestic, commercial and leisure amenities including 18-hole golf course, leisure and sports complex with swimming pool, bowls and a good selection of varied retail outlets and other supporting businesses. There is also a good selection of state and private education, including Launceston College and St. Josephs School. Central to the town, the medieval castle and grounds still remain. Approximately 22 miles to the north is Bude, which offers a wide range of amenities including individual shops, supermarkets, restaurants, banks, places of worship and schools. In recent years the resort has grown in importance as a surfing centre, and also now hosts an internationally renowned Jazz Festival each year. Approximately 5 miles to the south of Bude is the spectacular surfing beach at Widemouth Bay. The North Cornwall and North Devon coastlines are within easy driving distance and provide superb opportunities for swimming, surfing and walking along the picturesque South West Coast Path. The A30 dual carriageway is accessed approximately 3 miles away at Kennards House and provides valuable links to other towns, villages and places of interest, including the cathedral city of Truro to the west, and the city of Exeter to the east where it joins the M5 motorway.CommunicationsRoad - The A30 from Kennards House provides easy access to Truro, Exeter and the M5. Rail - Regular intercity services operate from Bodmin Parkway and Exeter to London. Sea - Ferry services operate from Plymouth to northern France and northern Spain. Air - Exeter International Airport provides flights to the Isles of Scilly, Channel Islands, Ireland, Scotland and a number of continental destinations. Newquay Airport offers flights to numerous destinations including London Gatwick. Bristol International Airport offers flights to numerous European destinations.RecreationWater - Sailing is available at Siblyback and Roadford Lakes, Padstow, Fowey, Plymouth, Newton Ferrers, Salcombe, Dartmouth and various other harbours along the south coast. There are delightful beaches on the North Cornish coast including Widemouth Bay, Trebarwith, Polzeath, Harlyn Bay and Constantine Bay. Horse Riding & Walking - Horse riding is accessible via bridleways and country lanes in the area. The South West Coast Path also offers scenic walking and further walking and riding are available on Bodmin Moor and Dartmoor. Golf - Golf courses can be found at Kennards House, Launceston, Holsworthy, Tavistock, Saltash, Whitsand Bay, Looe Bindown and St Mellion.AccommodationFrom the gravelled parking area to the front of the house an original solid wood door leads to:Entrance Hall: (4.80m max x 2.19m max (15'9" max x 7'2" max))Drawing Room: (8.01m x 4.31m (26'3" x 14'2"))Sitting Room: (5.15m x 4.60m (16'11" x 15'1"))Dining Room: (4.59m x 3.40m (15'1" x 11'2"))Kitchen/Breakfast Room: (7.76m x 3.52m (25'6" x 11'7"))Boot Room: (3.16m x 2.88m (10'4" x 9'5"))Utility Room: (2.86m x 2.12m (9'5" x 6'11"))Cloakroom: (1.61m x 1.13m (5'3" x 3'8"))On The First FloorLanding:Bedroom 1: (6.16m x 4.42m (20'3" x 14'6"))En-Suite: (3.28m x 1.72m (10'9" x 5'8"))Bedroom 4: (3.16m max x 2.72m max (10'4" max x 8'11" max))Bedroom 2: (4.60m x 4.16m (15'1" x 13'8"))Bedroom 3: (4.18m x 3.63m (13'9" x 11'11"))Family Bathroom: (3.94m x 2.31m (12'11" x 7'7"))Converted BarnThe barn was originally granted planning consent for conversion to a holiday let but the planning has since been varied to use as a commercial kitchen on the ground floor, with offices and storage above.On The Ground FloorRoom 1: 4.72m x 2.36m (15'6 x 7'9) Room 2: 4.72m x 3.79m (15'6 x 12'5)On The First FloorNew RoomRoom 3: 5.49m x 3.99m (18'0 x 13'1) Room 4: 3.88m x 3.70m (12'9 x 12'2) Cloakroom: 2.68m x 1.36m (8'10 x 4'6)OutsideStore Room: (2.21m x 1.32m (7'3" x 4'4"))Attached to the end of the Utility Room.Detached Garage/Store Rooms: (6.03m max x 5.23m max (19'9" max x 17'2" max))Adjoining Store: (3.72m x 2.37m (12'2" x 7'9"))Concrete block under a pitched box profile sheet roof with potential for conversion, subject to the necessary planning consents.Gardens & GroundsFrom the quiet parish road, the property is accessed over a sweeping tarmacadam driveway flanked on either side by wide grass verges planted with a variety of local Cornish fruit trees, including Apple, Damson, Cherry and Pear. A gated entrance opens onto a gravelled drive, flanked on either side by lawned gardens and flowerbed borders stocked with a variety of flowering shrubs and trees. The drive, in turn, opens onto a large gravelled parking area to the front of the house. A path leads to the rear garden and an opening to a granite cobbled courtyard with central island planting and flowerbed borders stocked with a variety of flowering shrubs and trees. The rear garden is a particular feature of the property. On the lower terrace is a large stone-paved patio with a timber pergola and flowerbed borders stocked with lavenders, roses and flowering shrubs and trees providing an array of colour and an ideal and pretty environment for alfresco dining and entertaining whilst enjoying the afternoon and evening sun. Steps lead up to the second terrace, which is mainly laid to lawns with Beech hedging and flowerbed borders stocked with an abundance of flowering shrubs and trees and subdivided with Beech hedging. Steps lead to the upper terrace where there are raised vegetable beds, ornamental trees, a fruit garden with raspberry canes and an enclosed netted area stocked with a variety of fruit bushes.Land7.5 acres of pasture paddocks and 1.5 acres of woodland. A further 11.5 acres of grassland available by separate negotiation.BuildingsGeneral Purpose Building1: 19.81m x 18.29m (65'0 x 60'0) Galvanised steel portal frame construction with dung boarding and Yorkshire board cladding above, with concrete floor and corrugated sheet roof. Open-fronted lean-to on one side. General Purpose Building 2: 22.86m x 18.29m (75'0 x 60'0) Reinforced concrete portal frame with dwarf concrete block walls with wooden cladding above under a corrugated sheet roof. Livestock penning with feed barriers and general purpose storage, 2 stables and feed store.General RemarksTenure The property is offered for sale freehold by private treaty with vacant possession upon completion. Services Water - Mains Drainage - Private Electricity - Mains Telephone & Broadband - BT connection Heating - Oil-fired central heating Council Tax - Band F Local Authorities Cornwall Council, County Hall, Treyew Road, Truro, Cornwall TR1 3AY. Tel: . Western Power Distribution, Avonbank, Feeder Road, Bristol, BS2 0TB. Tel: . South West Water, Peninsula House, Rydon Lane, Exeter, Devon EX2 7WP. Tel: . Agents Notes None of the services or appliances, plumbing, heating or electrical installations have been tested by the selling agent. Any maps used on the details are to assist identification of the property only and are not an indication of the actual surroundings, which may have changed since the map was printed. None of the statements contained in these particulars as to this property are to be relied on as statements or representations of fact. The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all outgoings, rights of way, easements and wayleaves there may be whether mentioned in these general remarks and stipulations or particulars of sale or not. All figures, floor plans and maps are for guidance purposes only. They are prepared and issued in good faith and are intended to give a fair description of the property but do not constitute any part of any offer or contract.Viewing ArrangementsStrictly by arrangement with D R Kivell & Partners. Tel: .PROPERTY MISDESCRIPTIONS ACT 1991 The agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures and fittings, or services, so cannot verify that they are in working order or fit for the purpose. The buyer is advised to obtain verification from his or her professional buyer. References to the tenure of the property are based on information supplied by the vendor. The agents have not had sight of the title documents. The buyer is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor. 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