A stunning and exceptional modernist house, beautifully finished with a very high quality specification throughout every aspect of the house. Enjoying fine country views and set within a peaceful, traffic-free and private gated development of only six properties, this sensational contemporary new home provides the tranquillity of village living with the advantages of easy access to Truro, surrounding countryside and the stunning south Cornish coastline of The Roseland. Exemplary.
- Stunning modernist build
- Exceptional quality
- Ready for immediate occupation
- Beautiful country views
- Garaging and parking
- Ground source heat pumps, smart home technology and heat recovery system
- Edge of village location
- Traffic-free setting
- Highly convenient fro Truro and The Roseland
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Probus village centre – 350 yards; Trewithen House and gardens – 2.5; Waitrose – 4.4; Truro School – 5.3; Truro mainline railway – 6.2, Treliske hospital – 8.2; Pendower beach – 9; Mevagissey – 9.8; Porthcurnick beach (Hidden Hut, The Rosevine and Driftwood Hotel) – 10.6; Perranporth – 12; St Mawes – 13.5; Fowey – 17; Cornwall Airport – 14.2
(All distances are approximate and in miles)
Services, tenure and further information
Freehold. Mains electricity and water. Ground source heat pump. Underfloor heating throughout. Individual sustainable sewage treatment plant. Superfast broadband via full FTTP fibre offering speeds up to 900mb. Mechanical ventilation heat recovery system (passivehaus principle).
10 year new build warranty (Buildzone). Management company to oversee communal areas (£50 per month).
The development is conveniently situated within walking distance of the wide range of amenities within this particularly well-served village and within proximity of everything needed to embrace all of south Cornwall’s idyllic lifestyle.
Probus has a thriving community and offers an excellent range of day-to-day amenities including a parish church, GP, public house, primary school, farm shop, post office, village hall, and restaurants.
The nearby Roseland peninsula is bordered by the Fal Estuary to the west and St Austell Bay to the east. The area has been designated part of Cornwall’s Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty for the quality of its landscape, unspoilt beauty and coastal scenery. In fact, it was one of Cornwall’s only areas not to have been mined.
There are many beautiful beaches on the Roseland Peninsula, great for swimming, sunbathing, rock pooling and water sports. For a secluded spot, try Caerhays; for plenty of space try the sandy beaches of Carne and Pendower; for rock pooling try Portholland or Portscatho.
Some of Cornwall’s best hotels and restaurants are located on the Roseland, including The Rosevine, Driftwood, The Standard, Lugger and the more rustic Hidden Hut.