*annexe* *3+ acres* *beautiful and quiet location near to newquay airport* Tregantle House and it's separate one bedroom Annexe, is located in a small hamlet of 5 properties which make up Tregatillian, close to St Columb Major. Less than 10 miles away from Newquay, Padstow and the glorious beaches of the Atlantic Coast and with easy access to Truro, Bodmin and St Austell.
Offered to the market with no onward chain, the property is positioned on the Southern edge of the hamlet with no overlooking properties. It is set within it's own grounds of just over three acres, comprised of open lawns, a woodland area and a small lake. South facing aspect with good views from all front facing windows. The furniture can be included within the sale if desired.
In brief the house offers to the ground floor, a dual aspect farmhouse style kitchen / living area that could be used as a dining area, with a cosy wood burner that is fed self sufficiently from the woodland. The kitchen offers plenty of storage with wall and based mounted units and a range cooker. The separate utility room offers space for a fridge freezer and plumbing for a washing machine. There is a large under stairs larder with shelves. The office has dual aspect windows and is offers great privacy. There is a downstairs shower room with access leading to the back garden. The large sitting room benefits from dual aspect windows which could be converted to create an additional en-suite bedroom.
At the front of the house is the brick built sun room with large windows and patio doors on three sides which gives the room plenty of natural light.
There are many opportunities this property could be used for, such as extended family living, holiday rental, potential small caravan / camping / shepherd hut activities, organic produce, etc. Or it could be used to simply enjoy the peaceful tranquillity which the current owners have enjoyed for the past twenty years.
Tregantle House and it's separate one bedroom Annex, is located in a small hamlet of 5 properties which make up Tregatillian, close to St Columb Major. Less then 10 miles away from Newquay, Padstow and the glorious beaches of the Atlantic Coast and with easy access to Truro, Bodmin and St Austell.
Kitchen / Diner
20"5" x 13"10"
Farmhouse style kitchen/living room with cosy woodburner. Dual aspect windows.
Utility room with door leading to the rear garden. Worktop unit with under counter space and plumbing for white goods, space for a full size free standing fridge and a full sized freezer. The very efficient and regularly maintained, oil fired combination boiler is located in the utility room.
20"6" x 13"10"
Dual aspect windows, large living area with potential to be converted into an additional downstairs bedroom with en-suite by opening up a previously sealed doorway to the downstairs shower room.
Office / Study
12"10" x 6"9"
Vaulted ceiling and dual aspect windows, making it a light and airy room. The current owners use this as their music room where the acoustics are excellent.
8"10" x 5"3"
The shower room can be accessed from the outside, giving the opportunity of use from the garden areas, with the possibilities of uses as a camper / caravanning facility. Shower room comprises of toilet, basin and corner shower.
15"3" x 11"6"
Generous size room for a king size bed and a wide range of bedroom furniture.
16"2" x 11"6"
A generous size with space for a king size bed and space for an single bed, making it an ideal guest room. Space for free standing furniture.
12"11" x 8"8"
Double bedroom with white fitted furniture, comprising of a wardrobe unit of two single wardrobes with over head units and with matching drawers.
10"7" x 8"8"
Family bathroom comprising Indian Ivory bathroom suite with spa bath with overhead shower, built in washbasin with cupboard underneath, bidet, close coupled toilet and a large shelved storage cupboard which could be removed to make room for a shower cubicle.
11"10" x 11"10"
Large sun room taking advantage of the Southern aspect, giving maximum sunlight. This room is popular for it's brightness and is enjoyed all year round.
The self contained annex can be accessed from the main house via a door from the kitchen and there is also access from outside via two patio doors. These patio doors in addition to, two further windows, plus two Velux windows and a gable end arched window make for plenty of natural light. The annex has a vaulted ceiling which makes for a great feeling of spaciousness.
The open plan area has kitchen, sitting and dining areas but can easily be rearranged to suit requirements. The kitchen has an electric cooker, wall and base mounted units, worktops with space for under counter white goods and there is additional under stairs storage.
The mezzanine bedroom is accessed by way of an Italian staircase. The bedroom area is roomy enough for a king size bed and is flanked by two bespoke wardrobes. The view via the Velux and arched windows is wonderful, especially for night time stargazing.
The spacious wet room is tiled from floor to ceiling and contains a large shower area, low flush toilet and a pedestal wash basin. There is also a built in shelved cupboard.
Annexe Living Room
19"8" x 12"1"
Open plan living area with space for dining. The dual aspect patio doors give excellent views of the gardens and lake, and also the borrowed landscape to Castle an Dinas.
19"10" x 9"10"
Mezzanine level bedroom, room for king size bed, Velux windows offering stunning views.
Annexe Shower Room
9"10" x 7"4"
Tiled from floor to celling with three piece suite, comprising of toilet, wash basin and walk in shower.
Following a track from the garden, with wild primroses in spring, leads to the tranquil woodland area with it's beginnings of a stone circle. It is virtually surrounded by about thirty mature oak trees, together with several mature beech, ash and birch. The current owners have harvested sufficient wood from the pioneer trees (willow) to provide sufficient fuel for the wood burning stove for the past twenty years.
The woodland is private and a magical area, the perfect place to meditate to clear the mind after a busy day.
The lawns to the front southerly aspect of the house extend some 100 yards to the distant boundary, the lawns contain the lake with its island, many flowering shrubs, weeping willows, arum lilies and wild primroses in early spring.
The garden to the side of the house has two greenhouses, one of which houses two grape vines, one red and one green. There are seven apple trees, one plum tree and several crab apple trees (which visiting deer find irresistible)
All this land can be considered organic as there have been no chemical weed killers applied in the last twenty years.
To the side of the house, there is plenty of parking for several vehicles. The rear of the house is the work area, where garden machinery and the wood store is housed. There is also an undercover car port structure. There is a 20ft wooden workshop which is useable but would benefit from being repaired.