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Trebrea Lodge is a superb and architecturally significant Grade II* listed property with 14th and 18th century origins providing a wealth of immaculate accommodation configured over three floors. The property has been meticulously restored by the current owners who appointed the award winning London architect Simon Conder to oversee the renovations. The result is a property offering elegant interior modern design with premium high specification fixtures and fittings throughout blended seamlessly with original period details such as large sash windows, high ceilings with intricate mouldings, detailed cornicing, and impressive original fireplaces. The property has been designed to take full advantage of the panoramic views with much of the accommodation benefitting from views towards St Materiana’s Church and the Atlantic beyond. The property is currently a very successful holiday let but could also provide a large family home with versatile accommodation.

A bright and welcoming entrance hall leads through to the ground floor reception rooms which comprise a spacious family room and dining room both with feature fireplaces and a contemporary kitchen/breakfast room which has a large central island and a Wolf dual fuel range oven with an electric barbeque and a teppanyaki. The ground floor has slated underfloor heating throughout and is completed by a useful cloakroom. A galleried landing rises to the first floor accommodation which comprises a spacious sitting room. the principal bedroom with en suite (both with underfloor heating) and a further double en suite bedroom. The principal bedroom has a Hoesch designer freestanding bath and a separate shower unit. The second floor provides a generous third bedroom spanning the entire second floor and an additional fourth bedroom, both with en suites. The first and second floor accommodation has oak engineered flooring with Portland stone slab flooring in the en suites.

Trebrea Lodge benefits from a detached studio and an annexe both providing excellent development opportunities to be converted into further beautifully presented accommodation. The annexe offers an open-plan living space on the ground floor with two bedrooms upstairs and a family bathroom while the studio comprises a comfortable sitting room, a kitchen with an adjoining utility on the ground floor and two bedrooms and a family bathroom on the first floor. The annexe and studio provide flexible accommodation options with opportunities for multi-generational living, guest accommodation or income potential if the main accommodation is used as a private residence.

Trebrea Lodge lies within beautiful, landscaped grounds of approximately 4.14 acres that have been designed by the renowned landscape architect Jinny Blom. A pair of stone gate piers with wooden gates lead the approach to the property which is reached by a gravelled carriage driveway flanked by topiary yew balls and mature trees. The property is set back from a quiet lane and is surrounded by a drystone walled garden with a variety of established trees, an orchard, a croquet lawn and extensive tiered lawns that back onto a small copse of deciduous and fir trees. High up in the grounds is also a spring fed stream while a gravel patio area to the rear of the property provides an ideal space for al fresco dining. Much of the grounds enjoy spectacular views over the rolling countryside and the sea beyond. An additional paddock opposite the house not only provides further outside space but also protects these extensive views.

The property occupies a superb position, set around 1 mile inland from the North Cornwall coast and the popular Trebarwith Strand beach. The property faces west and enjoys extensive views that stretch along the south west coastline around Port Isaac Bay to Pentire Point at the mouth of the Camel Estuary. Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the area provides breath-taking walking, cycling and riding routes with the South West Coast Path nearby, offering spectacular routes along the rugged coastline. The camel trail and Bodmin moor are also within easy reach providing further opportunities for outdoor pursuits while there are also numerous beaches with miles of golden sands to explore and world class surfing. The nearby village of Tintagel known for its dramatic cliffs and the historic Tintagel Castle offers various amenities including several shops, cafes, restaurants, and public houses as well as a pharmacy and a post office. The picturesque fishing village of Boscastle is also close by, known for its historic architecture and scenic harbour with superb coastal views and walks. Nearby Camelford has several local amenities, including a small supermarket and other local shops, plus pubs, cafés, restaurants and primary and secondary schooling while a further extensive range of amenities can be found in the attractive shopping town of Wadebridge which is located on the River Camel just over 15 miles away.

The area benefits from a good selection of state schooling including Delabole Primary School and Sir James Smith’s Community School; together with some noteworthy independent schools including Highgate Hill House, St. Joseph’s and St. Petroc’s. The property has excellent communication links: the A395 provides easy access to the A30, with good connections to the rest of the county, while Exeter St. Davids station offers regular trains to London Paddington in two hours. Cornwall Airport Newquay is approximately 27 miles away



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Tintagel, Cornwall


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Strutt & Parker, National Country House Department

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