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TENURE: Freehold

We are extremely excited to be given the opportunity to market this beautifully converted semi detached hayloft nestled just on the edge of Trewennack. With its Four bedrooms, double garage, mezzanine balcony, approx 0.5 acres of mature garden and attractive outlook this property is not going to be around for long so we highly recommend viewing now to avoid disappointment.

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    Entry to the property is from the front aspect, into a beautiful entrance hallway which comprises of both stripped back exposed stone wall to the rear of the space, with a lower level white wall. The mixture of both exposed stonework and rustic pine doors complement each other mixing contemporary with original character. From the entrance hall are the doors leading to the ground floor shower room, snug, lounge diner and lower ground bedroom as well as oak staircase leading to the first floor with potential to create storage below.
    With the lower level painted wood wall, mixed with the exposed stonework at a higher level, this room allows plenty of light through its dual aspect front and rear windows and provides plenty of space for a king sized bed as well as additional storage.
    Conveniently located just off the entrance hall is a shower room which benefits from a modern style hand wash basin as well as WC. To the opposing side is a double shower cubicle with Mira shower and dual heated towel rail.
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    This space really does suit the title of SNUG due to its position nestled between the entrance hall and open plan Lounge/ Diner. Similar to the rest of the property, this room has a range of stripped back exposed stonework to one side and the remainder a modern finish with two double glazed windows to the front elevation, one of which deep-set and the second being a floor to just below ceiling length glazed panel. Due to its lower height ceiling and cosy feel this room is perfect for those just wanting to relax and unwind during the evenings.
    Clearly the main attraction to this property is the large open plan lounge diner space that shows off its beautiful central support beams running from the floor and projecting into the centre of the vaulted ceiling. As part of the original barn this room provides an extremely light and airy space with windows to both sides and rear elevation as well as two modern UPVC double glazed French doors. With one of the walls still exposing the original stone and the remainder of the space being finished to a more modern white finish this room is such a unique space that has to be seen to be really appreciated.
    To one side of the space is a wrought iron style spiral staircase leading to the mezzanine balcony area which is currently utilised as an office space with reduced head height space that is well lit due to the rear facing Velux window. Finally the Lounge diner is made complete by its recently installed wood fired burner which provides plenty of heat to fill the already well insulated room during those cold Cornish nights.
    The kitchen space is accessed via steps leading down from the lounge/diner and is the perfect space for cooking up a storm due to its modern fitted kitchen. This comprises of a range of both floor and wall units with a gloss finish and benefits from integral dish washer, sink with drainer and modern cast iron Everhot electric hob, oven and grill, that has a range style finish that can provide controlled heat due to its modern thermostat; all powered using solar energy. In addition to the kitchen space is a separate seating/dining area which currently houses a double glazed window to the front elevation.
    Located just off the kitchen area is the modern utility space which is fitted with a range of modern, white gloss finish, floor and wall units, with plumbing for washing machine and a fitted stainless steel sink with mixer tap. To one side of the utility space is a dark wood stable door leading out to the side and rear garden area.
    To the top of the stairs is the landing area continuing the pine style flooring and doors leading to all rooms.
    The Main bedroom for this property is located to the left hand side at the top of the stairs and is slightly larger than the ground floor room. This space is also well lit, due to its double glazed windows to the front and rear aspect. A vaulted ceiling with exposed beams create a large space to house a king sized bed with ease, leaving plenty of space for free standing storage should it be required.
    Bedroom three is located beside the family bathroom and comprises of a deep set double glazed window, high level in-built cupboard with additional space for a single or double bed.
    Currently utilised as an office space, this room has a small in built wardrobe to one side and double glazed window to the front aspect.
    To the end of the hallway is the family bathroom, which is tiled from floor to ceiling and houses a modern butler style hand wash basin, WC and panel bath with Mira electric mixer shower over. Double glazed window to the rear aspect.
    To the front of the property is a walled front garden/courtyard space and acts as a wonderful sun trap during the Cornish summer days. This space is mostly laid to lawn, and currently home to a granite centre piece with unique sculpture to the centre.
    Located to the side of the property and accessed via the gravel drive, is this well converted studio and garage space. The building is divided in to two areas; the right side being ideal for car or workshop storage space, with both light and electric and the left side currently utilised as an extremely light and airy workshop/artist studio with large double glazed window to the side aspect and Jotul wood burning stove. This could easily suit a 'working from home' space. Both sides are accessed from the front through insulated double doors, finished to a high standard, creating a professional finish.
    Parking can be found to the front of the studio and garage space and provides plenty of space for several cars should it be required, this area then leads through to the rear of the property with ease.
    Clearly the most beautiful and tranquil part of this home are the rear gardens which are currently a mixture of mature plants, hedgerows and trees, leading up to two tiers of open space. To one side of the garden space the current owners have utilized the space with ground anchored solar panels which have been conveniently placed to utilise the southerly aspect, taking in all the energy to feed the state of the art electricity and heating systems. Leading beyond the solar panels is the sectioned off area which is currently utilised as a well stocked vegetable/ herb garden providing a perfect array of fresh fruit and veg for any budding green fingered gardener. Leading on from the vegetable garden is a beautiful enclosed orchard space with a mixture of fruit trees providing a range of seasonal delights such as Pears, Apples and even a Cherry tree.
    As if this wasn't enough for the gardening enthusiast the space continues to a third open space which is aligned with a number of willow trees which are currently a fantastic source for the wood burner throughout the year. To the centre of the garden space is a well maintained summer house with recently refurbished decking area that offers fantastic views to the rear of the property and out over the rooftops to the rolling countryside and valley. To the immediate rear of the property is a low level garden space and greenhouse. This garden is divided into a part lawn area as well as gravel and decked area to relax and unwind taking in the view over the beautiful mature garden space.
    The property is extremely well equipped with energy saving equipment where no expense has been spared by the current owners. With the electricity costs being easily covered by the solar panel Feed-In Tariff (FIT) repayment plan the central heating and hot water is sourced through a hybrid air source heat pump with backup gas boiler fed using bottled gas should extra heat be required on demand.
    Trewennack is perfectly located half way between Falmouth and Helston and can be accessed easily by car but also has the benefit of a regular bus route that stops a short distance from the property itself. Both Falmouth and Helston have a range of high street shops and fine dining experiences with Falmouth having a number of picturesque beaches. In addition to the local towns you have the unique Lizard Peninsular and popular south coast beaches that will be enough to keep anyone entertained through all seasons. Should you need to get up country you have the options of either the branch line leaving regularly from Falmouth connecting to all northern lines, Bristol and London. Newquay airport is accessible from the A30 main road leading through Cornwall and connecting to the M5 and other routes up country.
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  • 21 Meneage Street
  • Helston
  • Cornwall
  • TR13 8BE
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