Trenoweth is an individual, versatile and spacious detached family home located in a traffic-free position on the edge of the village. With extensive and well-presented accommodation over three floors, including a self-contained guest apartment, this surprising and unique home enjoys far-reaching countryside views from the living areas and master bedroom suite.
- Up to six bedrooms
- Self-contained apartment
- Far-reaching countryside views
- Integral double garage and parking for several cars
- Level and enclosed low maintenance garden
- Edge of village location
- Traffic-free setting
- Highly convenient for Truro and The Roseland
- Over 3,200 sq ft of accommodation
- Walking distance to the village and church
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Trewithen Gardens – 2.4; Truro (mainline rail) – 6.5; Portloe – 7.6; Veryan – 7.8; Lost Gardens of Heligan – 7.5; Royal Cornwall Hospital (Treliske) – 8.6; St Austell – 9; Pendower and Carne beach – 9.1: Caerhays beach – 9.6; Mevagissey – 9.6; Porthcurnick beach – 10.4; Portscatho – 11.1; Eden Project – 12.9; St Mawes – 13.9; Cornwall Airport (Newquay) – 14.8;
(All distances are approximate and in miles)
Tenure, services and general information
Freehold. Mains water, drainage and electricity. Mains gas central heating. Council Tax: D Broadband – Superfast Fibre is available in the postcode.
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, unspoiled beauty and coastal scenery. In fact, it was one of Cornwall’s only areas not to have been mined.
Explore the stunning scenery & secluded coves and walk-through wooded countryside and across scenic cliffs. Take a ferry from St Mawes to Falmouth, explore St Mawes Castle or hire a kayak and explore the Percuil River and creeks.
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, Lugger and the more rustic Hidden Hut.