Trevorgans Barn, St. Buryan - 2 Superb Barn Conversions

At a glance...

A superbly presented, traditional stone built converted barn comprising 3 bedroom family accommodation with character features, distant rural and sea views, together with a detached 1 bedroom barn conversion ideal for holiday letting/ancillary accommodation etc.

In more detail...

There are a range of useful outbuildings including workshop and office and 3 acres or thereabouts of level pasture land with field shelter, ideal for hobby farming, pets, poultry, ponies etc. There is ample parking for approximately 6 cars and formal mature gardens with vegetable plot, chicken run, polytunnel etc.

Solar PV hot water system for the Annexe, 5kw Wind Turbine.

Well situated in West Penwith close to spectacular stretches of coastline, sandy beaches and sheltered coves, ideal for days out, walking and yet within easy reach of local amenities and the harbour town of Penzance.



The property is conveniently situated within the rural hamlet of Trevorgans, which originally comprised a range of farmsteads which have now mostly been converted providing attractive traditional stone built residential properties, and approximately ½ a mile from the centre of the village of St. Buryan. St. Buryan is a popular village with one of the tallest church towers in Cornwall and a range of local facilities and amenities including public house, village stores and Post Office, primary school, community centre, petrol station/garage, etc.

The harbour town of Penzance is about 6 miles distant and has a large range of supermarkets, shops, cafés, restaurants, pubs, schools, hospital, banks etc together with a mainline railway line to London Paddington and ferry service to the Isles of Scilly. The idyllic Sennen Cove with its white sandy beach and lifeboat station is about 5 miles away together with superb stretches of the rugged West Penwith coastline ideal for walking. Porthcurno with its sheltered coves and sandy beaches is about 5 miles distant and is more renowned for its open air Minack Theatre. The former market town of St. Just is also about 5 miles distant with a range of traditional facilities and services.


A part tarmac/part stone surfaced lane leads from a Council maintained road to the centre of the hamlet of Trevorgans. A gated granite walled courtyard to the front of the main barn provides ample parking. The main barn comprises a traditional stone built property under a slate roof which would have originally been a two storey barn with two single storey wings, in an "L" shape. The detached stone barn to the rear of the main barn has also been converted into a comfortable one bedroom unit ideal for ancillary accommodation for dependent relative or Air B&B/holiday letting etc.

The barns have been converted to a very high standard, retaining much character and original features and are finished to a high specification including wood framed double glazed windows, solid wood floors and doors, exposed stone work etc. The Annexe has solar heated hot water and there is a wind turbine providing electricity to the whole property.

The entrance lane leads to a gated concrete courtyard to the front of the main barn enclosed by granite stone walls and providing ample parking and turning for about 6 cars. A gravelled path leads around to the large rear garden, buildings and land. From the rear of the property there are far reaching views over Wet Penwith towards Bartinney Downs, Chapel Carn Brea and the sea in the distance. From the elevated parts of the land there are superb wide ranging views rural and coastal views

Sale Particulars


Guide Price £625,000

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