Converted barn in Stratton, near Bude, Cornwall

Converted barn in  Stratton, near Bude, Cornwall

Barn conversion in Stratton, near Bude, Cornwall with countryside and sea views

Award winning four bedroom converted barn with fine views of the surrounding countryside and some sea views - approx. two miles from the coastal town of Bude

Trew Barn occupies a most envied position on the outskirts of Stratton, an attractive ancient market town supporting a useful range of local amenities.

The town of Stratton is steeped in history with Stamford Hill being the site of a famous English Civil War battle in 1642 which is re-enacted annually by many residents of Stratton.

The adjoining popular coastal resort of Bude offers an extensive range of shopping, schooling and recreational facilities together with a 18 hole links Golf Course. Bude also lies amidst the rugged North Cornish coastline famed for its many areas of outstanding natural beauty and popular bathing beaches providing a whole host of watersports and leisure activities together with many breath taking cliff top coastal walks.

The bustling market town of Holsworthy lies some 10 miles inland. The port and market town of Bideford is some 28 miles, lying in a north easterly direction and provides convenient access to the A39 North Devon Link Road which connects in turn to Barnstaple, Tiverton and the M5 motorway.

The town of Okehampton, lying on the fringes of Dartmoor National Park is about 30 miles away and provides a convenient link via the A30 to the Cathedral City of Exeter.


Trew Barn is a most attractive and very good sized L-shaped barn conversion of stone elevations below a slate roof in a good rural location to the east of Bude in the small historic town of Stratton. It enjoys fine views of the surrounding countryside and some sea views.

The property was completed in July 2001 and won an award.

The house is mainly south facing and in addition to the gardens to the front of the house there is a large gravel parking and turning area and separate paddock that could easily be incorporated into the garden as required.

The house is in outstanding order throughout and the attention to detail in its construction has been superb with light oak being used throughout and hardwood doors and windows.

Trew Barn is briefly described as follows:

Ground floor:

From the side of the barn the gravelled path leads up to double timber glazed doors to the entrance hall with tiled floor, handbuilt light oak staircase to the first floor, alarm control panel, downstairs cloakroom and understairs cupboard with double doors leading off to:

Drawing room A double aspect room with glazed door leading on to the courtyard to the front of the house, open fireplace with slate hearth and wood burning stove.

From the entrance hall a further set of double doors lead on to the

Large family kitchen/dining room with excellent fitted kitchen with good range of wall and floor units, electric hob with extractor fan over. Double bowl stainless steel sink, fitted fridge and fitted dishwasher. The kitchen area with its excellent work surfaces is separated from the dining and sitting area by an attractive partially open oak screen. The dining area has two glazed doors leading on to the courtyard to the front of the barn. From the dining room a further door leads on to the

Garden room a wonderful light room with one wall being completely glazed with doors and windows enjoying wonderful views of the courtyard and surrounding countryside.

Leading off from the kitchen is the utility room with Belfast sink with drainer, Grant oil-fired central heating boiler and plumbing for washing machine. Door to outside and door to further downstairs cloakroom.

First floor

From the entrance hall the oak staircase leads up to the main landing with a door to outside and steps down to the garden, access to roof space, airing cupboard and doors leading off to:

Master Bedroom 1 A very attractive and light room with exposed A-frame beams, dressing area with two double fitted wardrobes and door to:

En-suite bathroom 1 With bath, basin, wc, heated towel rail and separate walk in power shower with tiled floor.

Bedroom 2 Access to roof space and built in wardrobe.

Family bathroom With bath, basin, wc, heated towel rail and separate power shower. Tiled flooring.

Bedroom 3

Bedroom 4
Two built in wardrobes and storage.

En-suite bathroom with bath, basin, wc and heated towel rail. Tiled floor.

Gardens and grounds To the side of the house is a large gravelled parking area centred around a grass turning circle with open fronted timber built garage and separate store.

To the front of the house is a lovely courtyard fitting into the L-shape of the barn opening onto a lawned area with bank to one edge and fencing above separating the garden from the paddock.

The paddock extends in all to about one acre but could easily be incorporated into the garden as required. It is bordered by mature hedges and broadleaf trees on three sides and in turn is surrounded by open countryside.

To the rear of the house the lawned area continues back to the side of the house and entrance doors.

Timber garage and store.


Mains electricity. Mains water. Private drainage. Oil-fired central heating.
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