Trevilla Hill, Feock
To be sold for the first time in over 70 years, a hugely characterful semi-detached house enjoying particularly good sized and delightful gardens adjoining open countryside, close to the head of picturesque Pill Creek, Trelissick House & gardens and within a short walk of nearby Loe Beach.
- Close to Pill Creek
- Adjoining countryside
- Characterful & charming
- Large gardens
- 3 Stories
- 3 bedrooms
- Separate study and utility
- Off road parking
What our client said
"Thank you for the very efficient and professional way in which you handled the sale. I was impressed with your local knowledge and contacts. You went above and beyond to make sure that there were no delays. The whole exercise went very smoothly and I was very pleased with the outcome. You provided an excellent service and kept us well-informed throughout the process."
Pill Creek – 0.3; Loe Beach (Feock) - 0.8; Trelissick Gardens (National Trust) – 1.2; Carnon Downs – 2.1; Devoran – 4; Truro – 4.5; Falmouth – 10; St Agnes – 12; Cornwall Airport (Newquay) – 23
(All distances are approximate and in miles)
Set close to the head of Pill Creek, 'Upper Ponsmaen' is perfectly situated for the idyllic circular walks in the area, including around Trelissick, where there is a beautiful woodland walk along the banks of the River Fal; to Loe Beach where there is a sailing facilities and popular cafe, to Restronguet Point, Harcourt, Trolver Croft and Goonpiper.
In addition to the sailing, dinghy launching and kayaking facilities from Loe Beach, there are numerous sailing clubs around the shoreline of the Carrick Roads, notably at Mylor Harbour, an approximate twenty minute drive, which, over recent years, has become the country’s pre-eminent boating centre. Golf courses are nearby at Killiow, Truro and Falmouth; highly regarded country primary schools are within a few minutes' drive at Devoran and Kea. Regular bus services to nearby Trelissick, Playing Place and the cathedral city of Truro, approximately five miles distant, being the county's legal, administrative, commercial, retailing and educational centre, with full range of junior and secondary schooling, mainline rail link to London (Paddington) and main theatre venue, the Hall for Cornwall.
The port of Falmouth is approximately ten miles distant, which offers a fine range of restaurants, quayside bars, galleries, sub-tropical gardens, safe sandy bathing beaches and access onto the South West Coast Path which continues to the neighbouring coves at Swanpool, Maenporth and beyond onto the beautiful Helford River and shoreline of The Lizard Peninsula.