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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Trerice, NEWQUAY

Sold STC £265,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 4 bedrooms
  • Detached house

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Available for the first time in 55 years is this detached 3 bedroom cottage with planning permission for a single storey annex/dwelling in the sizeable garden. This wonderful property offers a truly rare opportunity, and is found in the most amazing semi-rural location close to the Trerice Estate (now under the stewardship of the National Trust). The property sits comfortably in this beautiful and peaceful setting, with far reaching views across the valley. The property is surrounded by fields and has off street parking for a number of cars, a vegetable patch and generous garden. The property also benefits from an entrance porch, kitchen, dining room, lounge with multi fuel log burning stove, 2nd reception / bedroom 4, shower room and wc, on the first floor are three bedrooms all with breathtaking views.
The cottage is of mundic construction and is therefore a CASH ONLY purchase. An amazing opportunity, in a fabulous location with breath taking 360 degree countryside views. Book soon to avoid disappointment.

Entrance Hall:
Half obscure double glazed UPVC front entrance door into entrance hall. Stairs rising to first floor. Doors to:

4.39m (14ft 5in) x 3.95m (13ft 0in)
UPVC double glazed window to rear elevation over looking rear garden and encapsulating the stunning views across open fields beyond. Raised feature fire place with inset multi fuel stove with slate hearth. Beamed ceiling, picture rail, original panelled doors, electric night store heater.

2nd Reception / Bedroom 4:
3.66m (12ft 0in) x 3.02m (9ft 11in)
Chimney breast with ornate timber mantel. UPVC double glazed window to side elevation over looking the garden. Electric night store heater, beamed ceiling.

Rear Entrance Porch:
UPVC double glazed windows and door with a polypropylene roof.

2.78m (9ft 1in) x 2.6m (8ft 6in)
Fitted with a range of floor and wall mounted storage units. Stone effect roll work top surface with inset stainless steel sink and drainer unit. Space for electric oven, with fitted stainless steel extractor hood above. Further space for a dishwasher and tumble dryer as well as a tall slim line fridge freezer. Tiled splash back and tiled floor

Dining Room:
3.83m (12ft 7in) maximum x 3m (9ft 10in)
Continuation of matching tiled floor from kitchen area.. UPVC double glazed window over looking the front garden and parking area, with a further smaller UPVC double glazed window looking into the side entrance porch, helping to give the room dual aspect and plenty of natural light. Chimney breast with potential opening for fire place. Night store heater. Door into pantry / store cupboard with UPVC double glazed window and fitted stone slate cold shelf.

Shower Room:
1.85m (6ft 1in) x 2.8m (9ft 2in) maximum
Modern white suite comprising of large shower cubicle with glass enclosure and Mira electric shower over. White hand basin with storage cupboard below. Obscure glazed UPVC to rear. Slate effect worktop with space and plumbing below for a washing machine. Slate tiled floor. Extractor fan.

Fitted with a white suite comprising of a low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin. Osbscure double glazed UPVC window, electric heated towel rail, tiled end wall.

Wooden multipaned sash window to front, open wooden balustrade, matching original four panelled doors leading to all accommodation. Built in airing cupboard with slatted shelves. Loft access.

Bedroom 1:
3.83m (12ft 7in) x 3.5m (11ft 6in)
UPVC picture window to rear with fantastic country side views which are unencumbered. Cast-iron feature fireplace.

Bedroom 1 - Fireplace
Bedroom 1 - View
Bedroom 2:
3.68m (12ft 1in) maximum x 4.35m (14ft 3in) maximum
UPVC picture window to side elevation again with fantastic countryside views. Night storage heater. Original cast-iron fireplace. Built in wardrobe.

Bedroom 3:
3.67m (12ft 1in) x 2.6m (8ft 6in) plus wardrobes
Wooden sash window to side elevation. Two built in cupboards with original four panelled doors.

A Somerset wooden gate leads from a peaceful lane to a parking area, with hard standing for a number of cars. The front garden is enclosed by a Cornish stone wall and established hedging. A pathway leads round both sides to the rear of the property one via the front door. To the rear is an elevated patio area with magnificent far reaching countryside views. The rear garden is enclosed by established hedging and post and rail fence and is mainly laid to lawn. To the side of the property is a generous garden with block built outhouse/potting shed, a greenhouse and vegetable patch. This is enclosed by a Cornish stone wall with mature fruit trees and hedging. This is also where planning permision has been granted for the single storey annex / dwelling.

Outbuilding 15'6 x 11'1 (L shaped Max Measurements): Single skin block built out building with two windows.

Outside 1
Outside 2
Outside 4
The View
Front picture from the road
Rear Picture
The historic hamlet of Trerice is renowned for being the home of the National Trust owned Trerice House - a beautiful small Elizabethan manor house. Trerice and its neighbouring village of St Newlyn East are surrounded by picturesque rural landscapes and enjoy a wide variety of beautiful and scenic walks. St Newlyn East is a traditional village with a range of local amenities including butcher's shop, The Pheasant Inn and a general store as well as a village primary school. Approximately 3 miles from Newquay and its surfing beach, 6.5 miles to Watergate Bay (which is home to Jamie Oliver's award winning restaurant - Fifteen) and also Cornwall Newquay Airport, with its connections throughout the UK and now to some good overseas destinations. The retailing, administrative and Cathedral city of Truro is approximately 9 miles with its mainline rail connection to London Paddington.

Leave the main A30 Carland Cross Roundabout East bound in the direction of Bodmin. Take the first exit from the A30 signposted Mitchell and Newquay. Proceed from the slip road to the roundabout turning left onto the A3076 towards Gummow's Shop. At the crossroads turn left towards Newquay on the A3058. Proceed past the entrance to Dairyland (found on your right hand side) and continue descending the hill bearing around the right and then left hand bend. At the foot of this hill you will see a turning on your left hand side signposted for St Newlyn East and Trerice. (This general area is known as Kestle Mill). Turn left here and ascend this country lane for about a mile, carry on for a further mile and the property can be found on the left hand side.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
14 June 2016

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