Stunning 5 bedroom, southerly facing farmhouse with beautiful interiors, all set in attractive grounds of circa 7.5 acres in the most idyllic and tranquil countryside location. Accessed via a pretty treelined lane, the property is the epitome of what one would imagine to be the perfect farmhouse.
The house is set within good sized gardens with the land immediately adjoining, providing potential for equestrian uses or hobby farming. A gravelled path leads down from the generous parking area into a pretty courtyard at the front of the property.
Upon entering, the entrance hallway is flanked by the sitting room and a lovely kitchen that is set out in a more contemporary design that looks modern, fresh and comes complete with a central island. There is ample space for dining and the room benefits from a traditional fireplace as well as a window seat with lovely garden views. Beyond the kitchen is a sizeable utility that could easily be reused as an office for anyone wanting to work from home. The sitting room is fabulous - the room has an aura of relaxation with the beautiful wooden flooring and a contemporary wood-burner providing a fitting finishing touch. The adjoining French doors open to the patio, making this an ideal space for summer parties and entertaining. The lounge / tv room is ideal for teenagers or would make a perfect family cinema room. Upstairs, all the bedrooms are simply lovely, the master has a well appointed ensuite and all the remaining bedrooms are a good size and have great charm.
Outside, there is a large stone barn currently used as a games room but it could potentially, with the correct permissions, offer conversion to create further accommodation. At the entrance to Trencreek Farmhouse there are the remains of a further barn with an adjacent space for all manner of vehicles or boats. The garden is very nicely set out with a sweeping lawn to the front with views across the valley below. At the entrance is a neighbouring barn that does add additional security.
Trencreek Farmhouse is set within the highly sought after Roseland Peninsula, a most beautiful part of the South Cornwall coast, flanked by the magnificent Carrick Roads sailing waters on its western side and numerous stunning bays and beaches on its southerly side. Just an 11 miles drive down the Roseland, the peninsula culminates at the exclusive waterside village of St Mawes.
St Mawes is the most famed destination of the Roseland Peninsula. This pretty harbour-side village offers boutique shopping and also fine dining within the Hotel Tresanton and Idle Rocks, as well as a range of good bars and cafes. Renowned for its sailing, St Mawes is also host to some wonderful beaches which are available to explore. The village enjoys a passenger ferry crossing to Falmouth, making a wonderful day out. There are a host of excellent pubs, galleries and eateries around the area and to the east is Portscatho and Porthcurnick, with the The Hidden Hut set just above the Porthcurnick Beach, offering fantastic lunches and fabulous feast nights; also nearby is the Michelin Starred Driftwood Hotel above Porthbean Beach. The charming village of Portloe is just over 3 miles from Trencreek Farmhouse, home to the Lugger Hotel and the Ship Inn.
Close to Trencreek Farmhouse, the fabulous Caerhays Estate is not only famous for its castle and beautiful grounds, but also for its beautiful sandy beach. The pretty hamlet of Portholland is very accessible and a favourite for families. One of Cornwall’s longest and most beautiful stretches of sandy beach can be found at Pendower and is the perfect location for a family day out, with many wonderful coastal walks in the area along the South West Coastal Path, as well as options for swimming, kayaking, sailing or fishing.
Portholland: 3 Miles • Caerhays Beach: 4.5 Miles • Portloe: 3.4 Miles• Pendower Beach: 5.6 Miles • Carne Beach: 5 Miles • Porthcurnick Beach: 7 Miles • The Hidden Hut: 7.4 Miles • Portscatho: 8 Miles • St Mawes: 11 Miles • Truro: 11 Miles • Newquay Airport: 20 Miles