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St. Neot, Liskeard, PL14
In Excess of, £500,000 Sold STC (Freehold)

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This captivating two-bedroom barn conversion, complete with an approximate 1.5-acre paddock, exudes abundant character. While it requires some modernization, the property offers tremendous potential for personalisation by a new owner. Nestled in the scenic Cornish countryside, providing a secluded and tranquil lifestyle, this opportunity is not to be missed for buyers seeking the rural idyll.


Buyers looking for the rural, idyll should look no further than this characterful detached two-bedroom stone barn conversion that is available with two acres (approx) of pastureland.

The ground floor accommodation comprises of an entrance porch, downstairs cloakroom and kitchen diner complete with a working Rayburn and lounge with wood burning stove.

The upper floor also offers two well-proportioned double bedrooms, a generous four-piece bathroom and a good-sized storage room. The latter has potential to convert and use as a more useable room, with some modifications and the necessary consents and agreements.

Although in need of some modernisation this home is a splendid opportunity full of rustic charm with plenty of potential for a homeowner to place their own stamp.

Warmed by oil fired central heating, the barn has some notable further character features that include exposed stonework and timber beams.

With mature grounds, a sizeable level garden, set amongst captivating rural scenery, this embodiment is the essence of real country living.


Approached over a single-track lane, the property welcomes you with an access driveway and a charming five-bar timber gate.

The garden lies predominantly to the front and side of the building and is mainly laid with lawn. There is space to create a vegetable patch and ‘grow your own’ as well as lending potential for a chicken coup.

This is a child and dog friendly environment which provides a good-sized garden shed store and offers space for further outbuildings, summerhouse or studio.

The enclosed plot also provides a gravelled parking bay for numerous vehicles.

Accessed from both the driveway and garden lies the paddock which measures approximately 1.5 acres (approx). Bordered by treeline hedgerow and stock fencing, the pasture benefits further independent access. Open to a variety of potential uses including equine, livestock and recreation, interested buyers can source to the provided aerial photograph for further reference.


Steeped in history, the nearby village of St Neot is one of the most desirable locations within Southeast Cornwall. The village offers a welcoming community spirit, with a traditional Cornish pub offering home-cooked food and several award-winning ales and ciders.

The beautiful medieval church with 15th and 16th Century-stained glass windows is located at the heart of the village along with the primary school which is rated "outstanding" by Ofsted.

Situated on the edge of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, St Neot is perfectly located for exploring the beaches and fishing villages on the north and south coasts of Cornwall, as well as the local moorlands which provide an abundance of spectacular walking opportunities.

The market town of Liskeard is also nearby providing additional town centre facilities along with a retail park, supermarkets, leisure centre, community hospital, and secondary and primary schools. The town benefits from a main national rail line and is within easy reach of the A38 dual carriageway which provides the locality with direct access to Plymouth and westbound further into Cornwall.


Services – Private water, drainage and heating and mains electricity - shared supply via neighbour.

Vendors position – Buying on.

Council Tax Band - C

Satnav reference – PL14 6NR

Garden Aspect – South & East

Tenure - Freehold

Agents Note: There is a public have a right of way on foot, horseback, bicycle or horse-drawn carriage. across the paddock belonging to the property.

Agents Note: “We would recommend reviewing the Key Facts for Buyers link before viewing or purchasing this property which can be found at the end of this property listing or on our website”


On passing Liskeard on the A38, head towards the Twelvewoods roundabout and take the third exit signposted for Bodmin. Continue and the next right hand turning after Trago Mills. Proceed on this road, passing through the hamlet of Ley and at the next junction take a right followed by an immediate left. Continue on this road until reaching a turning signposted Trevenna. Take this turning and continue, bare left passing the junction for Trevenna Barns where the property can be found as the next property set back on the left hand side.