Nestled in a woodland setting on the outskirts of Mawnan Smith and only two miles from the sandy beach at Maenporth, this beautiful house has been lovingly and sympathetically restored by the Owners who live in one of the barns nearby.
Filled with an eclectic mix of upcycled and carefully selected pieces of furniture and fixings, this welcoming home retains the honesty of its origins as a traditional Cornish barn at Higher Tregarne Farm. Enjoy the peace and quiet of your countryside surroundings whilst spending quality time relaxing and unwinding with family, friends and loved ones. This characterful home has a unique split-level layout making for a very interesting and unpredictable interior, for example the stairs in the kitchen take you up to the sitting-room, a fantastic space for relaxing and dining, and a couple of steps down into the hallway, take you down to the bedrooms and bathrooms.
The kitchen has a traditional wood-burning stove, should you wish to try your hand at cooking the farmhouse way. The four bedrooms, all on the lower floor, are perfectly complemented by two gorgeous bathrooms and a 'one of a kind'; rock wall wet-room, so there's no need for anyone to queue when staying at The Grange.
Outside there is a delightful courtyard garden for relaxing plus an enclosed area of lawn for the children to play. Higher Tregarne Farm is no longer a working farm and the outbuildings surrounding the house are currently not occupied, so apart from the Owners and one neighbouring property, you will be the only guests staying at this wonderful countryside location.
The pretty village of Mawnan Smith, just over a mile away, has a welcoming pub serving good food, two village shops selling local produce and a friendly cafe perfect for a cream tea or a nice slice of cake and a proper coffee. Just up the road you will find Trebah Gardens (March to October) and Glendurgan Gardens (open all year) both beautiful whenever you visit and if a bit of pampering beckons, the spa at the Budock Vean Hotel is also just outside the village.
The maritime town of Falmouth and the Cathedral City of Truro are both only a short drive away and with plenty of walks on your doorstep, especially if you like to follow the coast, the views are quite spectacular. For those who enjoy getting even closer to the water there are a range of watersports available and boats to be hired at Helford Passage, there's nothing quite like messing about on the river...
Kitchen/Breakfast-room with dual fuel range (gas hob, electric oven), microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and wood-burner
Step to Hallway
Bedroom 1 with twin beds (3')
Bedroom 2 with twin beds (3')
Wet-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Utility-room with washing machine, tumble-drier and wash-basin
Step to Snug with TV, DVD player and pool table
Bathroom 1 with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin
Kitchenette with microwave, kettle and wash-basin
Step to Bedroom 3 with double bed (4'6'')
Bathroom 2 with bath, shower attachment, WC and wash-basin
Step to Bedroom 4 with double bed (4'6'')
Sitting-room with Dining-area with TV, DVD player and CD and tape player
- Regret no pets
- Cot, high chair and stair-gate
- Arrive/Depart Saturday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 4 cars
- No smoking
- Pub 1.5 miles
- Patio furniture and barbecue
- 13 panel heaters
The Grange as seen from the lawned area of garden.
The spacious sitting-room is a fantastic, sociable and comfortable space flooded with light.
Stairs rise from the kitchen up to the sitting-room and a step down in the corner of the room leads to the bedrooms and bathrooms.
Welcome to The Grange.
Open up the balcony door and the side door to bring the outside in to this light and relaxing space.
The panelled hallway is lined with upcycled wooden boards and an eclectic mix of the Owners' pictures alongside this 'one of a kind' wooden bench.
The view back towards the kitchen.
A view of this handsome home from the courtyard behind, this is a farm without animals apart from the Owners' cat who may come to say hello.
Fire up the barbecue and get everyone around the table!
This bedroom has a double bed and door out to the terrace.
There are two steps down into this bedroom from the hallway.
The second bathroom is between the two double bedrooms.
One of the twin bedrooms.
Both twin bedrooms have adult size single beds. (other photo to follow).
The bathroom at the end of the hall.
The hand-built kitchen and local pottery bring a real warmth and personality to the space.
You will find art and features to delight you everywhere you look.
This unique house demonstrates the Owners' imaginative ability to create some truly wonderful pieces throughout the property, upcycling at its best!
The wet-room shower has been creatively built around the original and wonky outside wall of the barn.
This bedroom has a door out onto the patio part of the garden.
This double bedroom also has a door out onto the courtyard behind.
The second twin bedroom is slightly bigger than this one but both are calm relaxing spaces (photo to follow).
The pretty garden is full of colour in the spring and summer.
A nice spot to sit with a coffee in the morning.
There is access to the first garden from both the kitchen and the back door by the utility-room.
The barns surrounding The Grange are currently not being used so your only neighbours are the Owners living in the one barn opposite the entrance.
The original stone steps lead up to the sitting-room.
A step up into the kitchen from the garden.
The kitchenette is next to one of the bathrooms and is opposite the snug, there is a step down to this part of the house.
The kitchen overlooks the garden.
The kitchen is the hub of this welcoming home.
The gate at the far end of the courtyard next to the back door, leads to the recycling area.
A comfy chair to sit and read a book.
Relax together after a day out exploring.
Borrow a book or two from the extensive library.
Comfy sofas to relax on with family and friends.
The view across the entrance and the fields beyond.
The view from the sitting-room Juliet balcony across the courtyard, the Owners live in the barn opposite and the other barns are used for storage.
The pool-table in the snug.