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Stags, Truro

Key features

  • South facing character house
  • Level garden of approaching 0.5 acre
  • 4 Reception rooms
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • Stone outbuilding and studio
  • Rural views
  • Central location
  • No onward chain

Property description

Tenure: Freehold

An attractive and beautifully presented former Mine Captain's residence set amidst extensive gardens in a popular area. Comprehensively renovated in recent years. 3 Reception rooms, kitchen, study, 4 bedrooms, bathroom. lovely lawned gardens of approaching 0.5 acre with stone outbuilding and studio. Parking. EPC Band E

Situation - Enjoying lovely rural views, Trevarth Villa is situated in the small hamlet of Trevarth, mid way between the villages of Carharrack and Lanner. With easy access to an extensive network of scenic footpaths and trails, this delightful cottage is situated in a World Heritage Site in an area that in the 18th and 19th Centuries, thanks to tin and copper mining, was regarded as one of the richest districts in the old world.

Around 7 miles from both coasts and readily accessible to Truro, Falmouth and the A30, this central position remains sought after to this day. The north coast has great sandy surfing beaches (the nearest is Porthtowan) whilst the south has the sailing waters of the Carrick Roads at Falmouth or Mylor Yacht Harbour.

Nearby villages all provide a range of local facilities whilst the Cathedral City of Truro is a vibrant shopping centre with many national retailers represented. There are mainline railway stations at both Redruth and Truro connecting with London Paddington.

The Property - Trevarth Villa is an attractive former Mine Captain's residence, thought by the vendors to have been built around 1800 and standing amidst level gardens of approaching 0.5 acre. The handsome south facing facade has been restored to mellow coloured exposed granite in conjunction with a significant renovation programme to create a stylish family home.

On a day to day basis, the house is approached from the rear where there is a private driveway and pathway leading to the property. The front porch opens into the central hallway with slate tiled floor and turning staircase rising to the upper floor. On one side of the hall is the dining room with lovely former granite fireplace and window overlooking the garden. From here there is access to the kitchen which is appointed with a range of timber units. On the opposite side of the hall is a snug with slate tiled floor, open beam ceiling and window to the front. Beyond is a study and impressive sitting room with vaulted ceiling, slate tiled floor, multi fuel stove and windows and french doors opening to the garden.

The galleried first floor landing leads to four bedrooms, all with exposed floorboards , three overlook the front garden and the fourth has a low sloping ceiling with window to the rear. The stylish family bathroom has a bath (with shower), wash basin and low flush wc.

Outside - Surrounding Trevarth Villa are fabulous level gardens enclosed by a mixture of traditional stone walls and maturing live hedging. There is a driveway with parking for several vehicles and two interesting outbuildings.

Set to the rear of the house on a triangular shaped parcel of land is an open fronted stone building that may have a number of potential uses. To the east of the main house is a substantial detached studio with power connected. Ideal for home working, hobbies or potentially an annexe or similar (subject to obtaining all necessary consents). The main residence previously benefitted from consent to extend (now lapsed).

Approaching 0.5 acre in size, the lawn is interspersed with mature trees and ideal for a family or those who enjoy being outdoors.

Services - Mains water, electricity and drainage. Oil fired central heating to mainly period style radiators.

Directions - Trevarth is mid way between Carharrack and Lanner. A For Sale sign has been erected to identify the property.

Viewing - Strictly by prior appointment with Stags Truro Office on .


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Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Redruth Station1.9 miles
  • Perranwell Station3.3 miles
  • Penryn Station4.9 miles
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Stags, Truro

61 Lemon Street, Truro, TR1 2PE


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