3 bedroom detached house for saleCoombe, Kea, Truro, Cornwall
Sitting in an enviable position in view of its convenience to the city centre and the renowned sailing waters of the Carrick Roads. Found within the creekside hamlet of Coombe, just off the River Fal, our clients' home enjoys a tranquil setting with views over Cowlands Creek and the surrounding farmland. A contemporary three bed detached cottage with reverse accommodation to take advantage of the outstanding views. The Glen is approached via an entrance porch which leads into the hallway at ground floor level, there are three double bedrooms, a lovely bathroom with travertine marble and Villeroy & Boch fittings and a utility room with access to the garden and driveway.
At first floor level, there is an open plan lounge and dining room with a wood burning stove. From here, French doors lead to a balcony which enjoys a sunny, southerly aspect with views over the gardens, Coombe Creek and the countryside beyond.
From the lounge, French doors also lead to a study / occasional fourth bedroom and from the dining room a further set leading to a kitchen/breakfast room. The breakfast area has a glazed roof and an exposed beam and further French doors open onto a Juliet balcony which overlook fields to the rear of the property.
To the exterior, the property has a single garage, a long driveway and established gardens with a multitude of plants and shrubs which include a wisteria, ferns, lilies, a magnolia and a willow. The garden has been extremely well tended and has privacy, colour and sunshine and immediately to the exterior of the house, there is a paved sun terrace which enjoys a sheltered position.
The hamlet of Coombe is located 3.8 miles to the south of Truro and has its own creek which leads out in to the River Fal and the hamlet itself has a number of scenic walks which are ideal for those with dogs. Close by is Kea Junior School and the Punchbowl & Ladle public house at Penelewey as well as Trelissick which is owned by the National Trust with 500 acres of parkland.
Via the King Harry Ferry, there is access to the Roseland Peninsula with the harbour village of St Mawes and many surrounding beaches. Coombe is regarded by many as a hidden treasure and the property has been extremely well cared for.
Property ref: 121_1890_3296807
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