Stunning converted barn with spectacular views of the Cornish coastline goes on the market for £3m

Stunning converted barn with spectacular views of the Cornish coastline goes on the market for £3m

A converted barn with stunning panoramic sea views has gone on the market for the first time ever, with offers in excess of £3million.

Trowan Farm – surrounded by 35 acres of private pasture in an area of outstanding natural beauty – has been painstakingly renovated to create an immaculate home in the ideal location for watching the sun rise and set over the sea.

The detached three-bedroom property has direct access to the South West Coast Path, and is about a twenty minute walk from one of Cornwall’s most famous destinations – St Ives.

A converted barn with stunning panoramic sea views has gone on the market for the first time ever, with offers in excess of £3million

A converted barn with stunning panoramic sea views has gone on the market for the first time ever, with offers in excess of £3million

The property has just under 1,800 sq ft of accommodation with an open plan kitchen/dining/sitting room at one end, a separate lounge in the middle and the bedrooms at the other end

The property has just under 1,800 sq ft of accommodation with an open plan kitchen/dining/sitting room at one end, a separate lounge in the middle and the bedrooms at the other end

A lounge area in the gorgeous property on the coast. Trowan Farm is part of one of the oldest farmed landscapes in Europe, dating back over 2,000 years

A lounge area in the gorgeous property on the coast. Trowan Farm is part of one of the oldest farmed landscapes in Europe, dating back over 2,000 years

Estate agents Lillicrap Chilcott have called it ‘one of the very best coastal residences anywhere in Cornwall’ with breath-taking views over miles of rugged coastline.

Trowan Farm is part of one of the oldest farmed landscapes in Europe, dating back over 2,000 years.

The farm was owned by MP Sir Edward Hain, one of Cornwall’s most prominent businessmen and politicians, for many years around the turn of the 19th century.

Property developer Phil Bradby bought Trowan, an abandoned mining hamlet, after spotting a ‘for sale’ sign while he was on holiday in Cornwall in 2003.

On the ground floor there are two bedrooms, both with en-suite bathrooms, a utility room and a study area and a further bedroom and bathroom on the first floor

The beautiful home is the very image of chic with its exposed granite walls, natural stone and oak floors, full underfloor heating and plenty of character features

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