Tregarne is a property of exceptional character in a delightful location with views across farmland to Perranporth and the sea. The property dates back in part to the 17th century and has been sensitively restored in recent years and now has well-proportioned rooms and many period features including high vaulted ceilings in the sitting room and master bedroom, as well as hand-made French terracotta floor tiles.
The property has a kitchen/breakfast room with an Aga, utility and laundry rooms and a study with stairs to the first floor. The dining room faces south west with a deep bay window and the sitting room is a stunning room with fireplace and wonderful views from its windows. The first floor has a double and single bedroom and a secondary landing gives access to the den. The master bedroom is of inspired design, and is en suite and there is also a family bathroom with a roll-top bath on claw feet.
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To the rear of the house is a terrace running the length of the property and the front courtyard has honeysuckle, clematis and sweet jasmine running up against the cottage walls. There is a large pond just outside which is stocked with water lilies, reeds and other aquatic plants, and a waterfall. To the south is another garden area filled with ornamental shrubs – all this is within a third of an acre.
The property is situated in an extremely popular position on the north coast of Cornwall, famed for its watersports. Perranporth is just 1.5 miles and Newquay just over seven miles. There is fantastic walking and the coastal footpath in particular is well known countrywide.
The guide price is £595,000. For further information please contact Chesterton Humberts on 01872 278288 or visit www.chestertonhumberts.com.