21st Dec 2022
25th Jan 2023
- Type: Semi-detached house
- Bedrooms: 3
- Listing status: sale
- Country: England
An exceptionally beautiful 3-bedroom character cottage with a detached holiday cottage and a paddock with far reaching rural and coastal views towards the Atlantic Ocean.
This charming cottage has an impressive 34ft reception room split into a living and dining areas. Each side of this beautiful room has grand fireplaces with inset wood burners, exposed painted beams and marble flooring which flows into all the ground floor rooms. There are also bespoke shutters throughout as well.
The kitchen has been beautifully designed with bespoke handmade hardwood units and doors designed and is complimented with marble worktops and modern integrated appliances such as a fridge draw and large Mercury range cooker. The conservatory has air and light flooded into the space through the large windows and half vaulted ceiling. The French doors open to the side courtyard, perfect for alfresco dining.
Upstairs there are 3 double bedrooms all with sea glimpses. The family bathroom and main bedroom ensuite has Carrara marble.
The one-bedroom detached annex is bursting with character, with a wood burner, half vaulted wood glad ceilings, exposed stone, and views across rural farmland and towards the Atlantic Ocean.Location
Trowan Vean is a approached via a private lane in the small hamlet of Trowan which is located on the fringes of St Ives in a charming rural farmstead setting enjoying far reaching views over the surrounding by open farmland towards the Atlantic Ocean. There is a mixture of high0quality family homes and bijou holiday cottages. St Ives is renowned for its mild climate and light quality which has drawn many artists to the area over the years including Patrick Heron, Bernard Leach and Barbara Hepworth. The town offers charming walks along its cobbled streets, past the quaint fishermen's cottages and along to the famous, picturesque harbour, golden beaches and the Tate Gallery, St Ives also offers a plethora of galleries, good quality restaurants and shops and benefits from schooling facilities for ages 4 upwards, Leisure Centre, Cinema, and various recreational facilities from golf to a range of water sports.Directions
From Bradleys office on Tregenna Hill turn right and then left at the crossroads into Gabriel Street. Continue up this hill and go straight over the roundabout by the doctors surgery continuing up the hill. When you come to the double roundabout by the Co-Op, continue straight over and carry on up the hill and stay on this road (B3306) for approximately 0.9mile. Turn right on Trowan Lane and continue down this road for 0.4mile and you’ll reach the hamlet of Trowan.Agents Note
This property is freehold.
Council Tax Band is E with Cornwall County Council.
There is mains electricity. Central heating with oil. Private water and drainage.
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