Enjoying an idyllic, discreet and traffic-free position close to Port Navas and the Helford River, this utterly charming barn conversion is available for the first time in 27 years and commands stunning far-reaching views over miles of unspoilt rolling countryside to the south and west.
- Charming barn conversion
- Close to Port Navas and the Helford River
- Uninterrupted and far-reaching countryside views
- Located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
- In excess of 3,000 sq ft of accommodation
- Detached outbuilding
- Gardens and sitting out terraces enjoying the views
- South and west facing
- Gated driveway and parking
- Viewings to commence from May12th
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Potager garden and café – 0.4; Port Navas – 1; Constantine – 1.2; Mawnan Smith – 2.5; Trebah Garden – 2.8; Glendurgan Garden (National Trust) – 2.9; Helford Passage – 3; Maenporth Beach – 4.3; Falmouth – 6; Truro – 13; Cornwall Airport (Newquay) – 31
(All distances are approximate and in miles)
Tenure & Services
Freehold. Mains electricity and water. Private drainage (shared with two adjoining properties). Oil fired central heating. Broadband: Superfast fibre is available in the postcode. Council Tax band G
Treviades is a rural hamlet located between Port Navas and Constantine to the north of The Helford River and sits within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This timeless and unspoilt setting provides the most peaceful lifestyle, away from the madding crowd, but still within easy reach of bustling Falmouth; any wonder the current owner has been there for almost three decades.
The picturesque creekside village of Port Navas, set on the Helford River, is within walking distance and has an active community with a village hall. The Port Navas Yacht Club provides mooring facilities, bar and restaurant.
Constantine provides a wider range of amenities including primary school, doctors’ surgery, a community and arts centre (The Tolman Centre), church with community café, pub and two village stores, one providing an outstanding selection of spirits and wine.
The Helford River is one of the most picturesque estuaries in Cornwall with many secluded coves and beaches on the river to visit by boat. An AONB favoured by walkers, wildlife enthusiasts and boat lovers alike, 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.
The vibrant university town of Falmouth, with its beaches, yacht marinas, National Maritime Museum, eclectic mix of restaurants and thriving arts scene is just six miles away. The cathedral city of Truro is 13 miles to the north and provides an excellent range of shopping and schooling together with a mainline rail link to London Paddington.