Treguddick Manor was built in 1576 by Nicholas Tergoddick, a ‘person of note’ at the time of Queen Elizabeth I. Indeed, it’s believed Queen Elizabeth held court at Treguddick and the Hall bears a large plaster of the Royal Arms of Elizabeth dated 1593. following a fire, parts of the house were remodelled in 1878 and this wonderful historic property is now in need of extensive refurbishment.
The property stands at the head of a wonderful courtyard of stone barns which could either be enjoyed as they are, or converted to non-farming uses. Included in the land is some beautiful undulating pasture interspersed by majestic woodland, parts of which flank a lovely stream valley with a pond.
Period features are peppered throughout the house and include flagstone floors, old Victorian fireplaces and an inscripted moulded granite archway. The kitchen/breakfast room is particularly wonderful, with high ceilings complete with meat hooks, tall windows, the remains of a servants’ staircase and a walk in larder.
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In total the accommodation comprises: Hall, drawing room, kitchen/breakfast room, reception room and eight bedrooms. Outbuildings comprise domestic offices, salting room, boot room, tack room and dairy.
The property comes with eighteen acres in total. The gardens are to the front of the property in the form of lawns enclosed on three sides by the house and on the southern side are extensive private gardens which include the former tennis court which leads down to the wooded valley and the stream.
Treguddick Manor is around five miles from Launceston which has a good range of amenities and Exeter is 45 miles.
The guide price is £800,000. For further information please contact Kivells on 01566 776 886 or visit www.kivells.com.