A historic wing of a 16th century house tucked away in the midst of quiet farmland. Perfect position to explore Cornwall’s top towns and attractions.
Accessed via a farm lane, this property is one of four tucked away in this secluded countryside location, where guests can relax, unwind and enjoy both the stunning views of the countryside and the laid-back pace of life. The nearest pub and shops are located just two miles away. Cornwall’s only city, Truro, is just a ten-minute drive away, and has an array of fantastic shops, pubs, restaurants and cafes tucked away on its cobbled streets, with the jewel in its crown being the impressive cathedral. It’s centrally located meaning that it is easy to reach both the tourist hot spots on the north coast, including Newquay and Padstow, and the fishing villages of the south coast such as Mevagissey.
A few steps lead up to the front door of this upside-down property, where on the ground floor there is a bedroom, bathroom and external utility room. Original features such as wooden ceiling beams can be seen throughout the property. The bedroom features a super king-size bed, while the bathroom is an en-suite with a shower over bath and WC. In the external utility room there is a washing machine. On the first floor is the open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner. The lounge features comfortable seating, set out around a TV with Freeview and DVD. In the kitchen area are a few facilities, including an oven with hob and extractor hood, Belfast sink and a fridge with ice compartment.
Outside of the property, across the gravelled parking, is the spacious enclosed garden, where there is plenty of seating as well as a BBQ. Off-road parking is provided outside the property.