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178.19 sq m
Guide price £450,000(13.294.353.700 ₫)

TreviadesConstantine, Falmouth, Cornwall, TR11 5RG

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Period double fronted stone cottage
  • Idyllic rural location
  • Convenient for Falmouth and the Helford river
  • Spacious sitting room and separate snug room
  • Beautiful fitted kitchen with Rayburn
  • Separate utility/wc
  • Four large double bedrooms
  • Large luxurious bathroom
  • Decorated to an exceptional standard

A charming double fronted semi-detached period stone farm house in the pretty hamlet of Treviades, convenient for Falmouth and the Helford river.

About this property

  • Period double fronted stone farmhouse decorated to an exceptional standard in an idyllic setting.

    The ground floor boasts a large, recently refurbished, farmhouse kitchen with Rayburn and gorgeous wooden fitted cupboards, quartz worktops and stylish tiles. A separate utility room/wc has space for washing machine and dryer.

    The large sitting room has a natural slate floor with exposed beams and an attractive log burner, with views and double doors out to the pretty front courtyard garden. A second smaller sitting room is the perfect snug room for children, with access to a walled courtyard garden with a useful store/shed and plenty of space for a garden table and chairs.

    The first floor boasts four large double bedrooms with pretty fitted wardrobes and a spacious family bathroom all charmingly decorated to a luxurious standard. Parking is available in the lane and to the rear.


    SERVICES
    Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

Beautifully decorated and full of character set in convenient location for Falmouth and the Helford River

George HillProperty agent

Local information

  • The hamlet of Treviades is set between Port Navas and Constantine, on the north side of the Helford River. Constantine is a busy village with a well-regarded primary school, a popular store/delicatessen with a nationally renowned range of fine wines and spirits, a local shop and post office, pub, doctors' surgery, performing arts venue and church.
  • Port Navas, on the banks of Port Navas Creek, has a yacht club with restaurant, church and riding stables.
  • The Helford River is one of the most beautiful, historic and unspoilt rivers in Cornwall, with its deep valleys, ancient oak forests and hidden creeks that cut inland along this sheltered part of the south Cornwall coast. It was renowned as a haven for pirates and inspired many writers, famously Daphne du Maurier with her Frenchman's Creek novel. There are many small quays and secluded coves on the river to visit by boat, while a pedestrian ferry links the north and south banks.
  • The area offers safe swimming and sailing facilities and a wonderful natural harbour from which to explore the south Cornish coast, much of which is owned and protected by the National Trust. As well as having fine coastal walks and creek paths, the area also has a mild climate suited to many sub-tropical plants, as the famous gardens of Glendurgan and Trebah illustrate so well.

Additional information

  • The vibrant harbour and university town of Falmouth, with its beaches, yacht marinas, National Maritime Museum, varied restaurants and The Royal Cornwall Yacht Club is just 7 miles away and has various primary and secondary schools. The cathedral city of Truro is 12.5 miles away and provides an excellent range of shopping and schooling facilities together with a mainline rail link to London Paddington. Cornwall Airport (Newquay) provides four daily return flights to London Heathrow, along with other domestic and international destinations.
  • Directions: From Truro follow the A39 signposted to Falmouth until reaching the Treluswell roundabout and continue straight over. At the double roundabout at Treliever take the second exit at both and head towards Mabe Burnthouse. Continue past the New Inn on your left. At the crossroads, turn right and continue until you reach a left turn towards Constantine. Follow the road for approximately two miles before turning left towards Port Navas and Mawnan, then left again. Immediately after Treviades Barton on your left turn left again down a single track lane and the Farmhouse will be found on your right. DISTANCES Port Navas - 1; Constantine - 1; Helford Passage - 3; Falmouth - 6.5; Truro - 12.5; Cornwall Airport (Newquay) - 31.5 (all distances are approximate and in miles)
  • EPC Rating = F