We are delighted to offer this the market this outstanding and fine example of a traditional Cornish farmhouse which has been sympathetically updated and modernised to successfully retain original charm and character of the original property. The internal accommodation is particularly good size with an above average sized lounge/dining room with pleasant outlook. The current vendor has had a George Robinson bespoke kitchen installed with a range of integrated appliances and opening onto the garden. Further improvements include the creation of a detached annexe of approximately 400 square feet, built to a contemporary design with fabulous open plan living and separate shower room. The grounds are a real feature of the farmhouse, having been very carefully landscaped and well stocked with a profusion of plants and shrubs. Conveniently located between the historic market town of Marazion with St. Michael's Mount and its sandy beaches with village facilities at nearby Crowlas with general store, post office and school approximately one and a half miles distant. The property also has easy access to nearby Penzance and St. Ives. In conclusion, a truly unique home which has to be seen to be fully appreciated.
Lounge/dining room 24' 6" x 18' 6" (7.47m x 5.64m) A delightful room with fabulous inglenook fireplace with cast iron log burner, adjoining cupboard housing boiler for central heating system, exposed floorboards, two windows to the front with window seats and working shutters, exposed beams, further small fireplace, three period style radiators, additional side windows with pleasant views, stable door to the outside, central staircase with understairs cupboard. Door to:
Kitchen/breakfast room 22' 2" x 9' 7" (6.76m x 2.92m) Beautifully refurbished by George Robinson kitchens incorporating inset stainless steel sink with cupboards below, extensive range of fitted wall and base units, granite worksurfaces, integrated dishwasher, fridge and freezer, exposed floorboards, Falcon five ringed propane gas range (available by separate negotiation), double glazed windows, period style radiator, double glazed door to garden.
Shower room 9' 1" x 5' 8" (2.77m x 1.73m) White suite comprising double sized shower cubicle with glazed doors and chrome fittings, low level WC with concealed cistern, inset sink with granite surround and cupboard below, period style radiator.
Stairs from lounge/dining room to:
First floor landing Access to roof space housing hot water cylinder.
Bedroom 1 14' 4" x 9' 8" (4.37m x 2.95m) Two windows seats, range of built in wardrobes and cupboards, period style radiator.
Bedroom 2 10' 3" x 10' (3.12m x 3.05m) Window with pleasant outlook, double glazed window, radiator.
Bedroom 3 10' 7" x 8' (3.23m x 2.44m) Window to the rear with pleasant outlook, double glazed, radiator.
Bathroom 10' 4" x 8' (3.15m x 2.44m) Recently refurbished white suite comprising free standing roll top bath, wash hand basin, low level WC with concealed cistern, built in cupboards, panelled walling, exposed floorboards, chrome towel rail/radiator.
annexe Recently constructed of cedar construction to offer a spacious contemporary living area, completed in 2016 which is auxiliary accommodation to the main property.
Entrance door to:
Open plan living area 20' 7" x 19' 6" (6.27m x 5.94m) High pitched ceiling, raised hearth with cast iron multi fuel stove, engineered wood flooring, individually controlled thermostatic radiator, door to garden. Open plan to:
Kitchenette Inset white enamel sink with cupboards below, further floor cupboards, double glazed window.
Shower room White suite comprising double sized shower cubicle with glazed doors and chrome fittings, wash hand basin with storage below, low level WC with concealed cistern, chrome towel rail.
The gardens The gardens are of approximately a quarter of an acre, being mainly lawned with a profusion of mature shrubs creating a good degree of privacy. There are various seating areas including terraces and private terrace off from the annexe, along with access to:
Workshop 12' 5" x 9' 5" (3.78m x 2.87m) l-shaped. Stainless steel sink with cold tap. Adjoining small store.
Utility room 8' 10" x 4' (2.69m x 1.22m) Window, plumbing for washing machine.
Small fuel store
car port/studio Attractive design with slate roof to the rear elevations.
Ground floor (open double car port 19' x 19' 9" (5.79m x 6.02m) Built in lockable lawn mower store, power and light. Adjoining log store.
To the rear of the property, staircase up to:
Studio room 19' x 17' 9" (5.79m x 5.41m) Pitched sloping ceiling, power and light. Restricted head height in places, ideal for a variety of uses.
The formal front gardens to the front of the property feature an attractive mill stone with a profusion of mature plants and shrubs.
Directions The most direct route is to take the A30 in an Easterly direction to the village of Crowlas. On entering Crowlas, take the first turning right at the main crossroads signposted Rospeath. Follow this road all the way, over the two bridges and continue for approximately half a mile to a sharp right hand bend where the property is situated on the left hand side just back from the road.
Services Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Lpg gas and oil fired central heating.
Nb There is a private right of way along the boundary of the property for St. Aubyn's Estate.
Council tax Trenewjack Farmhouse is Band D. The Annexe at Trenewjack Farmhouse is Band A.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£116,667 (3)||£157,500 (2)||£321,380 (5)||£750,000 (1)||-|
|Flats||£164,475 (2)||-||£285,000 (1)||-||-|
|All||£135,790 (5)||£157,500 (2)||£315,317 (6)||£750,000 (1)||-|