4 bedroom detached house for salePerranwell Station, Truro
Sold STC £895,000
- 4/5 Beds (2 with En-suite shower rooms)
- Large Kitchen/Breakfast Room
- 3 Further Reception Rooms
- Cloak, Utility & Bathroom
- Very Large Enclosed Gardens
- Mains Gas Fired Central Heating
- Far Reaching Views
- No Chain
STYLISH DETACHED FAMILY HOUSE WITH FABULOUS GARDENS AND PADDOCK
In a peaceful location on the outskirts of Perranwell Station and within a short walk of the railway station with links to Truro and Falmouth.
Fabulous mature gardens, perfect for children and pets with adjoining paddock.
Beautifully presented inside and out.
A rare opportunity. In all approximately 2.5 acres.
General Comments & Location - The location of The Stables is very special indeed being only half a mile from the centre of Perranwell Station and within walking distance of the railway station with regular links to Truro and Falmouth. The house occupies a very large plot with mature gardens extending to approximately one and a half acres with adjoining paddock of an acre or thereabouts. The gardens are very well established with fantastic mature shrubs and plants together with a productive grape vine which can produce grapes for over a hundred bottles of wine! The house enjoys a sunny aspect with views over its gardens with countryside beyond and is located along Tarrandean Lane which is an unmade lane leading from Perranwell Station towards Devoran. The Bissoe cycle trail is close by and this is popular with cyclists and horse riders and is a cycle route following the mineral trail from Devoran to Portreath. In the first half of the 19th Century Devoran was a busy port shipping iron ore which was transported to the village from the inland mining areas via the Redruth and Chacewater four gauge railway which ran along the Bissoe trail.
Perranwell Station has a post office, shop, church, public house, primary school as well as a modern village hall with its associated range of social activities. The city of Truro is the main commercial and administrative centre of the county and is renowned for its excellent shopping centre including a flagship Marks and Spencer store as well as many smaller independent shops. There is an excellent range of private and state schools, the Hall for Cornwall offers a varied programme of entertainment throughout the year as does the historic Cathedral. The area is well placed for access to the creeks of the Fal Estuary and Mylor yacht harbour with its deep water moorings is just a few minutes drive away. The historic port of Falmouth is approximately 5 miles away.
The House - The house is extremely understated from the front and is so much larger internally than one would expect when approaching for the first time. The finish is to a very high standard with light and spacious rooms many of which enjoy wonderful far reaching rural views. The property sits on the site where the stables for neighbouring Trendain House were located and these were knocked down to make way for the new dwelling in the late 80's. The current owners purchased the property in 2009 and have transformed the house and created the wonderful gardens. The dwelling has been substantially extended at the rear creating a fabulous open-plan kitchen/breakfast room ideal for family living with high ceilings and lots of windows enjoying fabulous views over the gardens and countryside beyond. The bespoke kitchen was designed by Susie Hammond who is based in Falmouth with hand crafted cabinet style kitchen units with granite worktops, many integral appliances and natural slate floors with underfloor heating. There are four double bedrooms, the sizeable master has an adjoining luxurious en-suite shower room and bespoke built-in wardrobes, the guest bedroom also has an en-suite shower room. The accommodation is extremely versatile with two bedrooms on each floor and it would be very easy to create a separate annexe if required. In addition to the magnificent family kitchen there is a separate dining room (currently used as a study), large sitting room with wood burning stove, snug, utility, cloakroom, spacious entrance hall, bathroom and four double bedrooms. The internal flooring on the ground floor is a mixture of engineered oak, natural slate in the kitchen/breakfast room and dining room with underfloor heating, carpet in the bedrooms and the bathrooms are tiled with underfloor heating. The Stables benefits from mains gas fired central heating.
The gardens and grounds are a sheer delight being a feature of the property and extend to a little under an acre. They have been heavily planted with many fabulous shrubs and plants too many to mention but including rhododendrons, camellias, hydrangeas, agapanthas and even a productive grape vine. There are several useful outbuildings as well as a detached double garage, large greenhouse and summerhouse. The adjoining field extends to just over one acre with gently sloping paddock, further selection of trees and pleasant views over the surrounding countryside.
In greater detail the accommodation comprises (all measurements are approximate):
Entrance Hall - Engineered oak floor, two windows overlooking the front driveway, solid entrance door, turning staircase leading to first floor, radiator and two wall lights.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 7.24m x 5.66m (23'9" x 18'7") - A fabulous and very spacious room ideal for family living, high ceilings with exposed roof trusses and eight velux windows. Windows up to the roof apex with French doors leading to the rear garden with fabulous far reaching countryside views. Extensive range of hand made shaker style kitchen units with Labrador Antique granite worktops, integral appliances including fridge/freezer, microwave, central island unit also with granite worktop, breakfast bar with storage below and single sink with boiling water tap for coffee and tea. Bosch integral dishwasher and built-in dresser. Natural slate floor with underfloor heating. Spotlights. Door opening to:-
Dining Room - 4.34m x 4.24m (14'3" x 13'11") - Another light room with French doors, side windows and high level windows into the roof apex allowing plenty of natural light. Exposed roof trusses, velux window, natural slate floor with underfloor heating, four wall lights, door to bedroom 3. This area could easily be reconfigured to provide a separate annexe if required.
Sitting Room - 7.01m x 4.32m (23' x 14'2") - Feature fireplace with granite lintel incorporating Clearview wood burning stove on a slate hearth. Three exposed old oak beams. Four wall lights. Two radiators and t.v. point. Windows overlooking the rear garden and second window to side.
Snug - 3.33m x 3.00m (10'11" x 9'10") - Currently used as a fifth bedroom. Two double glazed windows overlooking the side. Engineered oak floor. Four wall lights. Radiator.
Inner Hall - Two windows overlooking the front with window blinds, radiator, engineered solid oak floor, broom cupboard and spotlights.
Cloakroom - White suite with low level w.c., feature round sink on wooden work surface with cupboards below. Mirror and light behind. Window to front with blind, spotlights, tiled floor with underfloor heating.
Utility Room - 3.48m x 2.41m (11'5" x 7'11") - Double glazed window to front. Base and eye level kitchen units, worktops incorporating single sink and drainer with space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer. Space for fridge/freezer. Tiled floor. Storage cupboard. Worcester gas fired combination boiler. Spotlights. Coat hanging and glazed door leading to SIDE PORCH with door leading to the side pathway, three windows, spotlights and tiled floor.
Bedroom 3 - 4.55m x 3.89m (14'11 x 12'9) - Currently used as the master bedroom. Three velux windows all with blinds. Built-in hand made solid ash wardrobes with drawers and book cases on each end. Five amp electrical light circuit for lamps. Radiator and door to hall and dining room. Door to bathroom.
Bathroom - A luxurious bathroom also used as a "Jack and Jill" bathroom for bedrooms 3 and 4. Large oval sink with tiled surfaces and splashback, large mirror and storage shelves behind. Huge shower with glass screen, fully tiled surround and two large shower heads over. Tiled floor with underfloor heating, velux window, extractor fan, heated towel rail and door to bedroom 4.
Bedroom 4 - 4.57m x 3.28m (15' x 10'9") - Two windows overlooking the front driveway, velux window with window blind and radiator. Canopied ceiling, five amp electrical light circuit for lamps. Door to inner hall.
First Floor -
Landing - Velux window, two built-in storage cupboards, shelves and radiator.
Bedroom 1 - 4.55m x 4.32m (14'11" x 14'2") - Two windows overlooking the rear garden with fabulous far reaching countryside views, two radiators, telephone point, two built-in wardrobes and two wall lights.
En-Suite Shower Room - A partly tiled room with white suite comprising low level w.c., vanity sink unit, mirror fronted bathroom cabinet, double shower cubicle with sliding glazed door, fully tiled surround, heated towel rail and tiled floor with underfloor heating. Velux window.
Bathroom - A white suite comprising low level w.c., pedestal wash hand basin, shower cubicle, panelled bath with mixer taps and shower attachment, heated towel rail. Velux window, spotlights, mirror fronted cabinet with light. Underfloor heating.
Bedroom 2 - 4.32m x 4.06m (14'2" x 13'4") - Three windows overlooking the front driveway, radiator and t.v. point.
Outside - The Stables is approached from Tarrandean Lane through an entrance with two stone gate posts. The driveway provides parking for eight to ten cars and ample turning space. A gravelled pathway separates two flower beds and leads to the front door with porch. Three outside lights. A gate leads to a pathway which in turn leads to the side porch and around to the rear garden.
Detached Double Garage - 6.15m x 5.54m (20'2" x 18'2") - Two electric garage doors, pedestrian side door and window to rear. Outside security light.
Gardens - The gardens extend to approximately one and a half acres and are well stocked with literally hundreds of specimen plants, shrubs and trees. The garden is enclosed with sweeping lawns perfect for children and there are far reaching countryside views. Immediately outside the house is a large gravelled terrace accessed from the kitchen and study providing plenty of sitting out space. The top level lawn is thought to have been previously a sand school for horses but has potential for a tennis court with deep flower bed borders. The remaining lawn slopes gently down to the bottom boundary. Feature circular SUMMERHOUSE with cedar roof built-in benches and table. GREENHOUSE 24' x 10' with central path and opening windows. Raised vegetable beds. Separating the field and garden is a wooden fence and attractive copper beech hedge. There is vehicular access from a side lane into the field which extends to just under an acre. The field slopes gently down to the river and includes a wooden SHED and chicken run and further raised vegetable beds. A second wooden gate leads from the lower part of the field back in to the garden.
Services - Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected. Mains gas fired central heating.
N.B - The electrical circuit, appliances and heating system have not been tested by the agents.
Viewing - Strictly by Appointment through the Agents Philip Martin, 9 Cathedral Lane, Truro, TR1 2QS. Telephone: 01872 242244 or 3 Quayside Arcade, St. Mawes, Truro TR2 5DT. Telephone 01326 270008.
Directions - From Truro proceed in a southerly direction along the A39 passing over three roundabouts and after the Devoran roundabout take the right hand turning signposted Tarrandean Lane. Proceed along this lane for approximately a third of a mile and The Stables will be found on the left hand side.
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