Ruanlanihorne, The Roseland


A beautifully renovated detached family home that sits proudly in an established and well stocked wrap-around garden with glorious far reaching views of the surrounding wooded countryside. This wonderful home is situated on the Roseland Peninsula, an area of outstanding natural beauty.

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  • Availability: Sold
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Council Tax Band: E


Property Features

  • Thoughtfully renovated
  • Beautifully stocked, mature and private gardens
  • Far-reaching countryside views
  • Edge of village location
  • Bright, spacious and airy
  • Garage and off-road parking


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What our client said
"Following a particularly stressful period with a different estate agency, Andrew at Shore Partnership managed the marketing and sale of our property on The Roseland. Within one week of marketing, we had two offers, resulting in a sale. The service we received from offer to completion was impeccable. Andrew is courteous, approachable, always available and superbly knowledgeable - someone we were grateful to have working with us.

His support throughout was outstanding and we cannot thank him highly enough. We wouldn't hesitate to recommend Shore Partnership to anyone wishing to sell or purchase a property, and we would be delighted to work with them again."

The Kings Head -160 yards; Tregony – 2.5: Pendower / Carne beach – 3.2; Portscatho – 5.7; King Harry Ferry – 6.2; St Mawes waterfront – 9.1; Falmouth – 18.6 (via ferry); Truro – 22; Cornwall Airport – 18.9

(All distances are approximate and in miles)

The Location
Val-Vean is a superbly and stylishly renovated family home situated in the village of Ruanlanihorne, a sought-after and unspoilt creekside setting. The village has an excellent pub and also the ancient church of St. Rumon. The village lies at the head of Ruan creek off the River Fal in the heart of the Roseland Peninsula and is popular with kayakers and walkers. There are a number of well-trodden walks including the old stone quay and picturesque Sett Bridge beyond to Lamorran Woods.

The Roseland itself is one of Cornwall’s most glorious areas with an inspiring combination of harbour villages and rolling rural countryside. Nearby St Just in Roseland, famous for its ancient church, Portscatho, Portloe and Veryan combine beautifully with some of the county’s finest beaches to create a sensational place to live.
The village of Tregony, just two and a half miles away and the pretty village of Veryan is three miles distant. The elegant sailing resort of St. Mawes, approximately nine miles away offers a wider selection of shops, banks and restaurants together with a regular passenger ferry service to the port of Falmouth. The Cathedral City of Truro, nine miles distant via the King Harry Car Ferry, has a wider selection of commercial and retail facilities.