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6 bedroom detached house for sale

Par, Cornwall

Withdrawn from Market £750,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Central Hall & Superb Sitting Room with Woodburner
  • Dining Room & Snooker Room
  • Kitchen & Laundry Room
  • Covered Veranda
  • Six En Suite Bedrooms
  • One Bedroom Apartment
  • Potential for further Apartments
  • Walled Gardens
  • Wealth of Period Features
  • Internal viewing a must

Full description

St Blazey is an established village and a residential area that lies between St Austell and the waterside town of Fowey. The village offers a selection of local amenities whilst a more comprehensive range of facilities is available in St Austell which is approximate 4 miles distant.   Local beaches include Carlyon Bay where there is a cliff-top 18 hole golf course whilst slightly further afield are a number of picturesque harbour villages together with the captivating scenery of the Roseland Peninsula.   Within 3 miles is the Georgian Harbour of Charlestown which is renowned for its tall ships that moor there.  For sailing enthusiasts there are clubs at Porthpean 4.5 miles and Fowey 4.5 miles away.  The village is also ideally situated for Coastal path walkers and those touring Cornwall, with the Eden Project 5 minutes away, the Lost Gardens of Heligan, Lanhydrock and the coastal footpath within 20 minutes by car.Par, St Austell and Truro have mainline railway connections to London Paddington whilst on the north coast is Newquay Airport with a number of schedules daily flights to both domestic and international destinations.DESCRIPTION:Penarwyn House is approached over an impressive driveway with roundabout.   It was built as an individual home by John De Cressy Treffry (High Sheriff of Cornwall 1921), within a 60 acre estate in the late 1800’s.   It now stands in approximately an acre of mature grounds, including a walled garden with Victorian fernery.  The house has retained many of its period features with high ceilings, decorative cornices and parquet flooring.Over recent years the property has been refurbished by its current owners who run it as an AA 5 Gold Star Bed and Breakfast also featured in the Michelin guide.   Providing elegant and comfortable accommodation arranged over three floors with a cellar.On entering the property one is immediately taken by the impressive hallway and staircase with galleried landing with its original crested window leading to the first floor.Throughout the ground floor the four reception areas provide a spacious snooker room, kitchen, laundry, sitting room with covered veranda that overlooks the beautiful mature garden with its sub-tropical trees.   Further potential exists for a ground floor annexe giving direct access to the garden ideal for a dependent relative.   To the first floor is a glorious suite and five en suite rooms.   There is also a self contained one bedroom apartment and a large loft studio space that could create a second apartment or studio space.

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04 November 2015

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