Trenance Farmhouse is a substantial and characterful six bedroom farmhouse, packed full of history in every corner and located in a wonderfully elevated position above the stunning beach of Mawgan Porth.
Formally a bed and breakfast and then a holiday let generating good levels of income, the property provides hugely versatile accommodation given there is an attached one bedroom self contained annexe which can be incorporated with the main house or even let out independently to generate an income.
Notably, the property has two characterful reception rooms on either side of the central hallway which has original tiling. The sitting room has a central feature Cornish stone fireplace with a slate hearth and oak lintel while the dining room has a large central feature Cornish stone fireplace with a clome oven and window seat to front aspect. Moving to the rear of the farmhouse, the kitchen is fitted with a comprehensive range of cream fronted floor and wall cabinets and drawers, a rolled edge work surface, stainless steel sink and an integrated dishwasher, fridge/freezer and washing machine. A large gas Range cooker with five ring gas hob stands centrally with a stainless steel extractor above. Beyond the kitchen is the utility room which has a stable door to the rear porch and a range of floor and wall cabinets and working surface. A small secondary staircase rises to the first floor and a door opens to the attached annexe.
Back in the hallway, stairs rise to the first floor half landing where there is a stained glass window and a bathroom, complete with a corner shower enclosed and electric shower, a paneled bath, pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC. The landing then continues through the property with six bedrooms off, all doubles with wash hand basins and one with built in cupboards. A second bathroom can be found which also has a paneled bath, shower over, wash hand basin and WC. Additionally, the staircase from the utility room leads directly into the bathroom.
The annexe is single storey and is comprised of a double bedroom which leads onto a lounge/dining room with a feature Cornish stone fireplace that has an oak mantel and inset electric wood burner and window seat to the front aspect. Continue on from here into the kitchen which has a range of floor and wall cabinets and integrated electric oven and hob. From here you will find the annexe bathroom complete with bath, wash hand basin and WC.
To the front of Trenance Farmhouse is an enclosed garden, walled and laid to lawn with mature shrub borders, Cornish palm trees and pedestrian gate and path leading to the front door. To the side there is an enclosed fenced and walled lawned garden with pedestrian gate and Cornish stone sun terrace. A path continues around the side of the property to a large storage room, rear porch and graveled driveway providing parking for two vehicles. Services to the property include mains water, electricity, gas and drainage.
The hamlet of Trenance sits on the very edge of Mawgan Porth and enjoys delightful views down the North Cornish coastline towards St. Ives in the distance. Mawgan Porth is a very popular and sought after location in North Cornwall, benefiting from a magnificent sandy beach which is popular with surfers and favoured by bathers alike. Fine dining is available locally at the award winning Scarlets Hotel and Jamie Oliver's Fifteen at nearby Watergate Bay, among other highly renowned restaurants and eateries. The Bay provides a range of amenities including a local store, cafes, public house, surf school, gift shops and excellent transport links with Newquay Airport approximately 2 miles distant.
To find Trenance Farmhouse, head towards Newquay from Padstow along the coast road passing through St Merryn and Porthcothan along the way. As you enter Trenance on the B3276, Trenance Farmhouse can be found on the right hand side. The postcode for satellite navigation is TR8 4BY.