Wagg Lane, Probus
Dating from 1730, this historic and truly unique thatched cottage (the only one of its kind in Probus) has been extensively renovated and extended. Set within a discreet and quiet position in the heart of this well-served village, this exquisite home enjoys delightful gardens and grounds of around 1/3 of an acre.
- Beautifully presented and maintained extended thatched cottage
- Quiet position close to centre of Probus
- Listed cottage dating back to 1730's
- Three bedrooms, 2 bath/shower rooms and two reception rooms
- Pretty gardens and 'orchard' totalling nearly 1/3 acre
- Double garaging and driveway parking
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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 & general information
Freehold. Grade 2 Listed. Mains electricity, water, drainage and gas. Gas central heating.
Broadband: Superfast Fibre is available. Council Tax: Band D
Vine Cottage is the only remaining thatched cottage within Probus. Dating back to around 1730 it is also one of the oldest. Enjoying a sheltered and quiet position next to the church and within a few minutes’ walk of the amenities available within this thriving community, which include a parish church, GP, public house, primary school, farm shop, post office, village hall, and restaurants, Vine Cottage is one of the most picturesque homes in this area.
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, unspoilt beauty and coastal scenery. In fact, it was one of Cornwall’s only areas not to have been mined.
There are many beautiful beaches on the Roseland, 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.