Trebarvah, Perranuthnoe, Penzance, Cornwall, TR20 9NG | Property for sale | Savills
4,253 sq ft(395.12 sq m)
Guide price £1,395,000(€1,590,594)

TrebarvahPerranuthnoe, Penzance, Cornwall, TR20 9NG

    Key features

    • Magnificent views of St Michaels Mount and across the bay towards Penzance, Newlyn & Mousehole
    • Four/five bedrooms; two en suites
    • Family shower room
    • Large reception room with panoramic views
    • Study or fifth bedroom
    • Second reception room/snug
    • Entertaining area with built in Pizza Oven
    • Double Garage with workshop plus attached Single Garage
    • Separate two-bedroom annexe

    A delightful four/five bedroom 19th century Farmhouse and two-bedroom annexe with magnificent panoramic views of St Michaels Mount and out across Mounts Bay

    About this property

    • Trebarvah Farmhouse was built in the early part of the 19th century and more recently has been much enlarged and modernised yet keeping the character and many of the original fixtures and fittings. The whole house has polished oak plank flooring of differing sizes and wood panelled walls. A The property is double glazed and has been fitted with a Ground Source Heat Pump heating system complimented with roof mounted Solar panels making this a very energy efficient property.

      The Farmhouse

      Ground Floor

      A wide glass sided porch fronts the Farmhouse with low level window benches to either side with shoe storage below. The front door opens directly in to the Kitchen with archways and steps down on the left to the inner hallway and ahead to the dining room. The kitchen has a beamed ceiling and overlooks the front courtyard. There are hand painted wooden units to include a tall dresser with a granite top, a central island with cupboards and drawers below, a granite work surface and an overhead saucepan rack with downlights. There is a large recessed Rangemaster double oven with gas (bottled) hob, to the left a large larder, a double Belfast sink, plumbing for a dishwasher and space for an American style Fridge/Freezer. The dining room has a wood panelled ceiling with exposed beams, patio doors leading out to the garden, built in shelving, a hand painted wooden sideboard with granite work surface and cupboards above along with three cupboards on the external wall two of which are for storage and the third and largest is a utility cupboard with plumbing and space for both a washing machine and tumble drier. The dining room leads round to the main reception room which is a triple aspect room with a large wood burning stove, part vaulted ceiling with exposed A frame timbers and with two triple pane floor to ceiling windows offering quite stunning views out over the village of Perranuthnoe to St Michaels Mount and beyond. To the side of the room are patio doors leading out to the garden kitchen and main entertaining area. An wide glazed corridor flows round from the sitting room to the second reception room and rear lobby. This reception room would have been the original sitting room of the Farmhouse and has small windows in to both the dining and sitting room. It has a beamed ceiling and a charming “Art Nouveau” working fireplace and a door in to the inner hallway. The rear lobby area has a door which opens out to the front courtyard, wall mounted shelving and racks for both coats and shoes. Off the inner hallway are the stairs to the first floor, the family shower room, the study and steps back up to the kitchen. The study has an impressive granite inglenook with active chimney (but no fire currently), beamed ceiling, built in shelving and a window overlooking the side courtyard area. The family shower room has a large walk in shower with rainfall head.

      First Floor

      Off the landing are four bedrooms, three doubles, two with en suite bathrooms and one single. Steps up from the landing lead up to the principal bedroom. This is a bright and spacious room with an en suite shower room and separate WC and a part vaulted ceiling with exposed beams. The main feature of this room is that the bed is positioned to take advantage of the view of St Michaels Mount and Mounts Bay. The three further bedrooms have beamed ceilings with the larger of the two doubles having an en suite bathroom which has a “P” shaped bath with overhead shower.

      The Annexe

      The Annexe was originally built as a flower packing barn but was converted some years ago for residential use and was historically rented out. It now, however, could benefit from a little updating. The annexe has a private courtyard area with the front door opening in to a open plan kitchen/dining/living area with the living area having a modern wood burning stove. There are two bedrooms and a bathroom.

      Agents Notes-

      - Seller to leave Venetian blinds with shutters and electric blinds in living room.


      Mains & Private water
      Mains Drainage
      Farmhouse Central Heating by a Ground Source Heat Pump
      Annexe Heating - Electric
      Solar Panels

      Superfast Fibre Broadband (Current supplier ZEN)



      Strictly by prior appointment with Savills.

      Only those mentioned in these sales particulars are included in the sale. All others such as curtains, light fittings, garden ornaments, etc. are specifically excluded but may be available by separate negotiation.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    Trebarvah Farmhouse is a beautifully presented four/five bedroom family home in a stunning location with unparalleled views out over St Michaels Mount and the bay

    George HillProperty agent

    Local information

    • Trebarvah Farmhouse is located in the Hamlet of Trebarvah and benefits from various footpaths that criss-cross to include the Coastal Path and another to the village of Perranuthnoe which is within walking distance, as is the town of Marazion. Perranuthnoe has an excellent public house and restaurant, The Victoria Inn, plus various Art and Craft galleries. Marazion is perhaps best known for the majestic world famous St Michael's Mount. The causeway once walked by pilgrims leads to the island at low tide where the tower and battlements of the castle rise to a height of almost 230 feet above sea level. Whilst the Mount is still occupied by the St Aubyn family, the castle and gardens are open daily to the public via the causeway at low tide and by boat at high tide. The town boasts shops, four Public Houses, restaurants, three cafés, health centre, primary school, art galleries, post office, bakery, chemist, ATM and a magnificent sandy beach stretching along Mounts Bay which offers safe bathing and enjoys views towards the Lizard Peninsular and Lands' End. This highly regarded area is popular for water sports including wind surfing, kite surfing and sailing and the local RSPB reserve is a favourite with bird watchers.
    • The coastline around Marazion takes in some of the county's most beautiful beaches, including Praa Sands, Prussia Cove and Loe Bar, the traditional fishing villages of Mousehole, Newlyn and Porthleven, as well as the historic town of Penzance. Penzance railway station provides direct trains to London Paddington and the town is now host to several well regarded restaurants and the newly refurbished Jubilee Pool. Mounts Bay is a favoured destination for kite surfers and a few miles in the opposite direction Porthleven is now a culinary hotspot with its incredible range of quality restaurants and annual food festival.
    • The north coast is equally accessible with the town of St Ives a major attraction with its beautiful beaches, selection of high quality restaurants and its great shopping, not to forget the cultural experiences offered by Tate St Ives, the Barbara Hepworth Museum and the Bernard Leech pottery

    Additional information

    • GARDENS & THE EXTERIOR - The entrance to Trebarvah Farmhouse is through a five-bar wooden gate in a Cornish Hedge from Trebarvah Lane. The gravel driveway has ample parking and to the left is the Annexe, on the right the Farmhouse and ahead the garages and workshop.
    • The Garages- Both garages have remote controlled electric up and over doors. The single on the right of the two is currently used for garden equipment but would easily house a car. The other garage is “L” shaped and has space for two cars and on the left is a large work shop area with Velux roof lights plus loft space storage.
    • The Chalet- Located to the left of the garages and behind the Annexe in a gravelled courtyard area the Chalet is a wooden built and would make a great home office or studio. It has power and both water and drainage are easily accessible, as such, has accommodation conversion potential subject to necessary planning approval.
    • The Gardens- The gardens are to the rear of the Farmhouse and are south-west facing and slope gently away from the house. A gravelled pathway leads round from the right of the house, through an archway to a wide open lawned area with mature border to the right with low level planting. The garden has been cleverly landscaped to create a feeling of separate rooms using Cornish hedges with planting to define different areas. Directly in front of the sitting room is a gravelled entertaining area which wraps round to the side of the house which is where the external kitchen and Pizza Oven are. This is an incredibly sunny spot with quite magnificent views.
    • Greenhouse- The Greenhouse is attached to the Annexe
    • Well/Bore Hole- The garden also contains a well/bore hole and an undercover treatment plant providing excellent quality drinking water to the Farmhouse. Note the Annexe is on mains water as can the Farmhouse be if required.
    • IMPORTANT NOTICE- Savills, their clients and any joint agents give notice that:
    • 1. They are not authorised to make or give any representations or warranties in relation to the property either here or elsewhere, either on their own behalf or on behalf of their client or otherwise. They assume no responsibility for any statement that may be made in these particulars. These particulars do not form part of any offer or contract and must not be relied upon as statements or representations of fact.
    • 2. Any areas, measurements or distances are approximate. The text, images and plans are for guidance only and are not necessarily comprehensive. It should not be assumed that the property has all necessary planning, building regulation or other consents and Savills have not tested any services, equipment or facilities. Purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise.
    • Directions: From the A30 roundabout at Penzance take the first left turn onto the A394 towards Helston. At the next roundabout continue on the A394, pass the turning on the right for Perranuthnoe and circa 300 metres on the right is the turning for Trebarvah Lane. Follow the lane down and bear left and Trebarvah Farmhouse is the property on the right just after the red post box. Penzance 6 miles – Porthleven 7 miles – St Ives 11 miles – Truro 28 miles – Cornwall Airport (Newquay) 38 miles (all distances are approximate and in miles)
    • EPC Rating: C
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: E