Trelowarren Barn Boskednan, Newmill, Penzance, TR20 8XX
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About this Property

A detached granite-built conversion of a former agricultural outbuilding. Spectacularly situated in an elevated position about four miles to the north-west of Penzance, with superb panoramic views towards Mount’s Bay and the Lizard Peninsula beyond.

Trelowarren Barn is one of a group of traditional granite-built agricultural buildings, which in recent years has been converted into a beautiful home. Situated in an Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is an area with a rich history, with ancient quoits, standing stones and Cornish Mining World Heritage Sites along The Atlantic coast. With direct access to numerous moorland tracks, it is an ideal location for walking and equestrian pursuits.

Penzance, the largest town in West Cornwall, approximately four miles to the south-east, is a busy port and has a bus terminal, heliport and mainline railway station, (London Paddington approx. 5 ¼ hours).

Trelowarren Barn has been re-built to a particularly high standard and includes bedroom, sitting/dining room, kitchen and bathroom/WC, with attractive lawned gardens and parking for two cars.

T H E A C C O M M O D A T I O N, with approximate dimensions is as follows:

Double glazed door to:

With vaulted ceiling and exposed beams. Radiator with thermostat. Coat hanging area. High level cupboard giving access to restricted roof space. Double glazed window to side with fitted venetian blind. Latched wooden door to:

LIVING ROOM: 17’7” x 11’5”
Double glazed Velux skylight with fitted blind. Three aspects with superb far reaching views. Double glazed windows one with fitted venetian blind. Raised hearth in one corner with multi-fuel stove. Vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers. The room is arranged with areas for both sitting and dining.

Latched door from reception hall to:

BEDROOM: 11’5” x 9’4”
Vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers. Double glazed window. Radiator with thermostat. High level miniature window.

Latched door from reception hall to:

White suite of enclosed bath, low level WC and pedestal wash basin. Thermostatically controlled shower above bath with side screen and miniature tiling. Shaver light socket & glass shelf above wash basin. Heated towel rail. Obscure glass double glazed window. Air extractor. Recessed spotlights.

KITCHEN: 9’ x 10’4”
With doors from the reception hall & a further double glazed door to the garden. Vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers. The kitchen is fully fitted with a range of white fronted base units including cupboards and drawers plus wall mounted cupboards. Laminated worktops with single drainer double bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap. Further worktop with inset Neff four ring gas hob. Tiled splash back. Extractor hood, Neff integral electric oven beneath. Fitted shelves. Wall mounted Worcester gas fired (LPG) combi boiler for central heating and hot water. Plumbing for automatic washing machine Double glazed Velux skylight with fitted blind.

Trelowarren Barn is set in small but beautifully laid out landscaped gardens from which there are quite superb southerly views to Mounts Bay, from Marazion to Penlee Point and westwards across open fields in the direction of Lands End. Around the house are gravelled areas and beyond there is a neat lawn enclosed by Cornish hedge and borders. There are several well established shrubs. To the side of the property is a gravelled area of hardstanding with parking for 2 cars. Outside lighting and outside water tap.


SERVICES: Mains Water & Electricity. LPG heating. Septic tank drainage.



LOCAL AUTHORITY: Cornwall Council Tel: 0300 123 4100

VIEWING: Strictly by prior appointment with the sole agents, Whitlocks Tel: 01736 369296

From Penzance railway station, proceed in the direction of Marazion and after only a few hundred yards and before reaching the Tesco roundabout turn left under the flyover, signposted “St Ives”. After a quarter mile turn left onto the Heamoor road and after a few hundred yards turn right to Newmill. On reaching the village after just over two miles, turn left and follow this lane uphill into the open countryside. Take the second right turn, signposted “Tredinneck” and continue for nearly a mile over the summit of the hill and “Trelowarren Barn” is part of the Boskednan group of buildings accessed via private unmade lane.