4 bedroom detached house for sale

Trethevy, Tintagel, Cornwall, England, PL34

Guide Price £475,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Detached period house
  • Master bedroom en-suite
  • Four double bedrooms
  • Family bathroom
  • Stunning views over the surrounding areas
  • Large well stocked gardens
  • Oil fired central heating
  • Many Character features
  • Driveway parking, garage and out buildings.
  • Sitting in approximately 0.688 acres of land.

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A wonderful retreat for those wanting to escape from it all, to an exceptionally peaceful setting, tucked away in a private location. In brief, the accommodation to the ground floor comprises a porch and entrance hall, cloakroom, generous living room / lounge, a kitchen breakfast room and separate dining room. The first floor offers a master bedroom en-suite, three further double bedrooms and family bathroom. Complemented with stunning sea views, detached garage and parking.

St. Morwenna is located in Trethevy, a small hamlet positioned between the popular costal villages of Boscastle and Tintagel, hidden away on the slopes of St Nectans Glen. Due to it's elevated position the property enjoys far reaching views over the surrounding countryside, woodland and coastline. The nearby villages of Boscastle and Tintagel offer a wide range of day to day amenities such as shops, primary schools, public houses and cafes.


St. Morwenna 
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Occupying a most idyllic hillside setting, nestled in the slopes of this ancient wooded valley, which is also designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is this detached period residence. Of stone and slate construction and is believed to be originally built in approximately 1900, standing in its own mature gardens and lying in some of Cornwall's most picturesque coastal land. It has been beautifully maintained by the vendor to provide a home of rare quality and comfort, maintaining the character features of its age. The property is set within magnificent gardens providing colour throughout the year.

Porch 
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Glazed wooden doors open off the garden and into the entrance porch. Slate flooring, wooden inner door gives access to the hall.

Hall 
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An attractive light and spacious hallway which gives access to the lounge, dining room and WC. Stairs ascend to the first floor with an under stair storage cupboard and radiator.

Lounge 
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An extremely spacious living room with triple aspect and a large bay window to the front, enjoying far reaching views towards St. Nectan's Glen and of the garden. Additionally there is windows to the front and rear. Double glazed uPVC patio doors to the side opening onto a sunny aspect patio. There is an attractive feature fireplace with open fire, slate hearth and mantle.

Dining Room 
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Bay window to the front with additional window to the side, both enjoying views over the garden and Glen. Carpeted flooring and radiator. There is sufficient space for a large family dining table.

Kitchen Breakfast Room 
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Windows to the side and rear. Half-glazed door opens onto a rear slate passage. The period style kitchen comprise of a range of wall and base units, roll top work surfaces and sink with mixer tap. Radiator, and slate flagged flooring with also space for a breakfast table.

Cloakroom 
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A low level WC, wash hand basin and vanity unit. A window faces the rear with obscure glass.

Landing 
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Landing provides access to all bedrooms and family bathroom on the first floor. A window faces the rear overlooking the garden.

Master Bedroom 
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Two windows face the front enjoying views over the garden and across the Glen. There is a further window to the side. The windows have secondary double glazing, a built in wardrobe, radiator and far reaching views of the surrounding countryside and sea.

En-suite 
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A recently refurbished, white bathroom suite; comprising of panelled bath with shower above and shower screen. Close coupled WC and wash hand basin. Tiled walls, tiled flooring and radiator. A window to the rear overlooks the garden and fields.

Bedroom Two 
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Two windows overlook the garden. A double glazed uPVC window faces the side and enjoys views over the garden. Built in wardrobes, feature fireplace and Radiator.

Bedroom Three 
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Two windows face the front and enjoy stunning views over the surrounding areas. Feature fireplace, radiator and sea view.

Bedroom Four 
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Window to the front, enjoying views of the garden and the sea. Built-in wardrobe, radiator.

Bathroom 
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Panelled bath with shower attachment, close coupled W and wash hand basin. A window to the rear overlooks gardens and fields

Boiler Room 
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Houses oil fired boiler.

Out Buildings 
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The property benefits from a dry store with plumbing and electric, currently utilized as a utility room. In addition, there are two adjoining log and coal stores, a greenhouse and timber potting shed.

Garage 
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Metal up and over door, light and power connected and dual aspect windows.

Exterior Grounds 
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The main property and its private gardens is approached over a private lane shared by a dozen select properties in this exclusive residential area. Approaching the house there is a detached garage, turning area and parking on the driveway for a number of vehicles. A slate path then leads to the property, which has a pathway which can be accessed on all sides. The surrounding gardens, which are a key feature to this lovely period home, comprise of two lawns, areas with mature trees, plants, bushes and flowering borders throughout all seasons and a patio area making a pleasant outside seating space. There are stunning views over the valley, coastal views towards the Atlantic Ocean and beyond. The land in all extends to approximately 0.688 acres.

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Added on Rightmove:
19 July 2018

Nearest station

  • Bodmin Parkway (15.7 mi)
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Miller Countrywide, Wadebridge

30 Molesworth Street, Wadebridge, Cornwall, PL27 7DP

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Miller Countrywide, Wadebridge

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01208 626007 Local call rate

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Nearest station

  • Bodmin Parkway (15.7 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Miller Countrywide, Wadebridge

30 Molesworth Street, Wadebridge, Cornwall, PL27 7DP

01208 626007 Local call rate

How much will it cost me to call the number displayed on the site?

Standard geographic charges from landlines and mobiles apply and calls may be included in your telecom provider's call package.

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