Tregony, The Roseland
Located in the heart of Tregony, the gateway to the Roseland peninsula, this superbly presented period home has been thoughtfully renovated, extended and modernised whilst retaining much of the original detailing in order to create a surprisingly spacious family home with contemporary open plan living blending perfectly with traditional style.
Portloe – 4.5; Veryan – 4.5; Lost Gardens of Heligan – 5.5; Pendower and Carne beach – 6: Caerhays beach – 6.5; Mevagissey – 7; Hemmick beach – 7; Porthcurnick beach – 7; Portscatho – 7.5; Truro – 7.5; St Austell – 8; St Mawes – 11; Cornwall Airport (Newquay) – 17.5;
(All distances are approximate and in miles)
•Beautifully renovated and extended early 1800s period home
•Remodelled (extended in 2018), rewired and insulated (2014/15), complemented by replacement windows (2014/15)
•Entrance porch with original door
•Full width sitting room with original panelling, window seat and original internal door to the hall
•High quality German kitchen (Nobilia) incorporating a central island with cast concrete top and composite granite sink. Bosch appliances: dishwasher, induction hob and two ovens. Fisher & Paykal fridge / freezer. Zebrano hardwood tops.
•Wonderful double aspect bright, sociable open plan dining / family space with sliding and bi fold doors to the garden
•Porcelain plank tiles (20mm) throughout the kitchen / dining room and through to the outside space providing a high quality and seamless finish
•Rear hall with slate floor, understair storage and garden access
•Snug / playroom with herringbone engineered oak floor
•Utility / laundry room
•Spacious and light landing with far reaching outlook
•Main bedroom with views of the village square and monument. Walk-in wardrobe and plumbing for an en-suite.
•Three further double bedrooms. one with en-suite
•Four-piece family bathroom with roll top bath and separate shower
•Private and enclosed rear garden
•Sun terrace with hot tub
•Ability to create rear parking area for at least two cars
•All-weather artificial lawn
•Composite decked area
•Discreetly positioned bin store and oil tank
Tregony has a thriving village community with a post office, shop, pub, churches, and renowned primary and secondary schools. The village is often referred to as “the Gateway to the Roseland” and some of the best South Cornish beaches at Pendower and Carne are just a few miles away. Cornwall Airport near Newquay (with four flights a day to Heathrow, along with regular flights to Spain and Portugal) is easily accessible, as is the city of Truro and the main line railway link to London.
Tenure, services and broadband
Freehold. Mains water, drainage and electricity. Oil fired central heating. Broadband: Superfast fibre is available in the postcode. Council tax - E
From Truro, take the A390 (eastbound) towards Tresillian and continue for about five miles. Turn right onto the A3078 towards Tregony and upon entering the village, drive over the bridge and turn left onto Tregony Hill (B3287) continuing up the hill. Kea House is found on the left hand side, fronting The Square and monument
Fixtures and fittings
Only those fixtures and fittings mentioned specifically in the sales particulars are to be included in the sale. All others (including light fittings not mentioned, furniture, garden furniture, garden ornaments etc) are not included but may be available by separate negotiation.