Substantial Victorian farmhouse with land and stables near St Buryan
Thu 21 Apr 2016
With stables and 6.5 acres of land, Higher Alsia Farmhouse sits in a peaceful rural spot a mile outside the popular village of St Buryan and a short drive from Land’s End, the beautiful coves and beaches of far west of Cornwall and the busy seaside town of Penzance.
The house is a substantial, granite-built, early Victorian property, sympathetically refurbished and updated with the benefit of original features including window seats, fireplaces in rooms upstairs and down, slate flooring and exposed stone.
The accommodation includes three reception rooms, one with an ensuite wc, a traditional farmhouse kitchen with an Aga at its heart and a walk-in larder, a conservatory and a wet room with a shower. There are five bedrooms and a family bathroom on the first floor.
Next to the house is a well planted cottage-style garden. The land lies to the west of the property and includes a stable and tack room. There is a further exercise area, a car port, garage, pump house for the bore hole and ample parking space.
Jess King, Negotiator, said: “It’s a lovely homely farmhouse with an attractive layout, updated to create a sympathetic modern twist on classic Cornish country style.”
Higher Alsia Farmhouse has an asking price of £575,000. Full details are available from the Penzance office Tel: 01736 361282.