A detached character cottage capturing outstanding far-reaching sea, coastal and countryside views. This individual property, which is full of rustic charm, is situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, around three quarters of a mile from the untouched Cornish fishing village of Portloe and the South West Coastal Path.
This versatile property stands in relatively private surrounding gardens of around one fifth of an acre. The inspiring views encompass rolling countryside to the north, south and west. In a southerly direction, the views extend over Manare Point on to Veryan Bay with miles of open sea beyond. The views have to be experienced first-hand to fully appreciate this idyllic location. Farm Cottage will suit buyers yearning for a lifestyle change as a permanent home or equally appealing to those looking for a holiday home. The detached outbuilding has potential as an annexe (subject to consent) for a variety of uses from family visits, work from home office or a supplementary holiday letting income.
Ground Floor: Kitchen, Open Plan Living Room, Boot Room / Utility, Hall, Downstairs Bathroom, Sitting Room.
First Floor (via two independent staircases): Landing, Main Bedroom, Bathroom and Second Bedroom.
Detached Possible Annexe / Bedroom 3: Verandah, Open Plan Bedroom / Living Room (subject to necessary consents). (Mains water and electricity connected as well as own independent septic tank)
Outside: Gravelled Parking Area, Garden laid to lawn, Sun Terraces.
Portloe: 0.7 miles. South West Coastal Path: 0.8 miles. Veryan: 1.5 miles. Carne Beach: 3 miles. King Harry Ferry: 8 miles. Tregony: 3.5 miles. City of Truro: 10 miles. St Mawes: 10 miles. St Austell: 11 miles (London Paddington 4.5 hours by rail). Cornwall Airport Newquay: 20 miles (direct flights to London and other UK Regional Airports). Plymouth: 54 miles. Exeter: 88 miles.
Treviskey is located on the Roseland Peninsula, locally known as “The Jewel in Cornwall’s Crown” which is nominated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with safe sailing waters. It comprises a hamlet of traditional properties on a rural road leading down to Portloe, about three quarters of a mile distant from Farm Cottage, which is a very attractive, protected and unspoilt fishing village. Treviskey has a regular bus service to Truro whilst Portloe has a fine hotel, a public house and a church. The village of Veryan is approximately 1.5 miles, and provides an excellent primary school, Church, mini-market / post office, Tennis club and public house. St Mawes and Tregony have more comprehensive facilities and are approximately 10 miles and 3.5 miles away respectively. Tregony has excellent secondary and primary schools. Carne Beach, owned by the National Trust, offers a wide expanse of clean sand and safe bathing and is approximately 3 miles away.
The market town of St Austell and Cathedral City of Truro are around 10 miles away. Truro is the commercial and judicial centre for Cornwall as well as being the home of the Royal Cornwall Hospital (rch Treliske) and a rapidly expanding College (Truro and Penwith). Both Truro and St Austell have direct main line railway links to London Paddington whilst Cornwall Airport at Newquay has direct flights to London and other UK Regional Airports.
Under Planning Application Number PA17/12248, Cornwall Council granted residential planning permission on 29th March 2018 to allow extension and alterations, including a raised terrace (yet to be done), to the existing cottage to provide and build a new kitchen, and bedroom. With the commissioning of reputable local builders and crafts people, this sympathetically restored cottage, as seen today, has the addition of an oak framed extension that cleverly compliments and enhances the beautiful character features of the original cottage.
Enter through an old oak door into the kitchen which leads round in an L-shape to an open plan Living Room which forms the ground floor of the new oak framed extension. The kitchen has been sympathetically created in a farmhouse style with wooden work surfaces to two walls. A wonderful feature is the beamed apex ceiling and two double casement windows with the sink carefully positioned to take full advantage of the south facing coastal views also allowing natural light to pour in. Appliances include a graphic grey Everhot electric range cooker.
A timber floor extends into the Living Room. Under the first staircase is a large storage cupboard. To one side is a wood burning stove on an old brick style hearth with an exposed granite wall back drop. This dual aspect room has open beams and French doors leading onto the sun terrace. A clever shuttered open hatch allows extra light in to the Sitting Room.
Double doors lead into a Boot Room / Utility Room which could easily be converted into an office or media space. A further doorway leads on to an Inner hall with a secondary access door. To one side is a downstairs Bathroom with electric shower over the bath. The Sitting Room has a featured inglenook fireplace with clome oven, open beams and a brace and latch door to the original staircase.
On the first floor, the new staircase leads to a landing with countryside views to the front. This provides access to a stylish first floor Bathroom and the main Bedroom which has dual aspect south and west facing sea and coastal views. A deep cupboard houses a Gledhill hot water tank which, if relocated, could provide a doorway in to the second Bedroom.
The second Bedroom has an apex beamed ceiling with sea and coastal views to the south and countryside views. A second Gledhill water tank is installed in a large airing cupboard.
Located in the garden with a sun terrace, the outbuilding is in a prime position to capture the wonderful vista as well as the all-day sunshine. The building is equipped and ready for installation of a bathroom and / or kitchen facilities for the new owner to convert to their own useable space be it an office space or occasional extra accommodation, subject to consents.
The south facing gardens are around one fifth of an acre and are mainly laid to lawn, with sun terraces located beside the cottage. A timber gateway off the rural road enters onto a gravel parking area for 2 to 3 cars. Bordered mainly by fence and Cornish wall, the gardens are of a good size yet are landscaped for ease of maintenance to allow one to simply sit and dine to enjoy the spectacular views.
Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Wood-burning Stove to the Living Room and two hot water tanks. Windows are mainly double glazed. The Possible Annexe is ready to be connected to the mains water and electricity, and is connected to private drainage.
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|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||2%||£155,000||1||0|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£155,000 (1)||£377,325 (6)||£425,413 (12)||£1,516,875 (8)||£1,375,000 (3)|
|Flats||£174,000 (6)||£207,869 (8)||£850,000 (1)||-||-|
|All||£171,286 (7)||£280,493 (14)||£453,925 (14)||£1,516,875 (8)||£1,375,000 (3)|