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A magnificent 4 bedroom family home with character, charm plus modern luxuries, great style, 2.3 acres, outbuildings, stables and all located in rural privacy 2.5 miles from Truro.
The property is approached via a private gated tree lined lane, shared with one other property which sets a tone of tranquillity so beautifully enjoyed in this rural setting. This family homes style is a magnificent balance between the period country charm of solid wood doors, hardwood and flag stone floors, sash windows and exposed stonework, handsomely complimented with luxury fitted interiors and a practical modern extension.
The substantial main entrance/sitting area with beautiful limestone floor is a warm and comfortable welcome to this 33 foot open plan room which steps up to the kitchen/dining area. The attractive kitchen continues the farmhouse style with beautiful range of matching floor and wall cabinetry, inset cranberry electric Rangemaster with charming mosaic tiled splashback with oak lintel over. The vaulted ceiling and conservation traditional Lumen roof lights create a wonderful feeling of space.
In the newer, linked barn conversion, single-story wing of the property with vaulted ceiling throughout is a generous utility room and beyond a fantastic family room and study. This offers potential for a 5th bedroom, dining room or separate annexe if required but makes a great childrens living/games room.
Further on the ground floor to the rear is the main living room which steps up from the entrance hall and leads out to the rear garden. There is a gorgeous wood burner with slate hearth, granite lintel and stone surround which increases the sense of charm and character. This feels the more adult suite living room, but the scale and number of reception rooms offer tremendous flexibility to this home. Finally, for this floor is a dual aspect fourth bedroom with an adjacent, stylishly appointed shower room.
First floor accommodation comprises three generous bedrooms all with built in storage. The master enjoys a dual aspect whilst bedroom 2 and 3 appreciate the south facing outlook over the garden. The style and class of this home is epitomised by the stunning family bathroom, appointed with a gorgeous free-standing bath and part marble effect tiled walls which is both practical and elegant.
Granite pillared entrance with Cornish stone wall, all a topped with lavender leads to a generous gravelled drive with parking for multiple vehicles. The half-acre plot in which the property stands, boasts a beautiful south facing rear garden laid mostly to an expanse of level lawn plus a large sun trap of a patio. Mature hedges and trees form a tremendous natural border enhancing your privacy.
The garden alone would be a fantastic space and safe environment for a growing family but in addition, there is 1¾ acre paddock, stables and 43x30 foot barn/workshop ideal for a pony or two. There is a mains water supply to a trough in the paddock
There is planning approval in perpetuity for a triple garage (PA16/04462).
SERVICES & COUNCIL TAX
The property is connected to mains water (on meter) and electric with oil fired central heating and drainage to a private cess pool. The property is connected to superfast fibre broadband. Council Tax Band D.
An overage clause will apply to the outbuildings and land, see agent for details.
The property occupies an enviable position being within the beautiful parish of Kea, a fabulous little rural community offering easy access to Truro and Falmouth whilst enjoying the close amenities of Playing Place (1mile) with its own general store/post office. Kea Community Primary School is half a mile from the property. 2.5 miles to the north is the Cathedral City of Truro offering a first-class range of shopping facilities, public and private sector schooling and a main line railway station. To the south lies the University town of Falmouth and running between the two are the superb sailing waters of the Fal Estuary, very accessible being around three miles away, as is the slipway at Loe Beach.
Proximity to the water and nearby Restronguet Creek contributes to the popularity of this part of county. With a number of creeks to explore and the famous sailing waters of The Carrick Roads close by, there are endless leisure activities to enjoy in the immediate area. Aside from the aquatic appeal, nearby Bissoe is the home of a cycle hire company, which gives access to the Coast to Coast 11 mile trail to the harbour of Portreath on the north coast. The surrounding countryside is exquisitely beautiful whilst it is ideally located for access to both the north and south coasts of the County. The gorgeous Nation Trust Trelissck Gardens are close by and slightly beyond the King Harry Ferry making the Roseland Peninsula easily accessible via a short, enjoyable crossing of the River Fal.
From Truro, follow the A39 south towards Falmouth. After approx. 1 mile from Arch Hill Roundabouts and just after the sweeping right bend, turn right, sign posted to Kea Church. Continue for approx. 0.5 miles then turn right opposite the pedestrian entrance to the church where you will see a red post box in the wall. Continue to the end of the lane, turning right through the granite pillared gateway, signposted Kea Cottage & Lavender Cottage. The property will shortly be on your right with a granite pillared entrance.