A sublime double fronted three bedroom cottage in excellent order throughout sitting in tranquil gardens with an attractive outlook over beautiful rolling country-side views offering complete privacy. The cottage has gated access to off-road parking with a detached garage and a summerhouse.
Immaculately presented throughout, the current owners have carefully updated the property over the years creating spacious and airy accommodation. The Cottage retains a wealth of character features such as fireplaces, exposed stone walls, beamed ceilings and deep window sills. On the ground floor there is a large living room with a log burner and stairs leading to the first floor. There is a good size kitchen, fully equipped with ample cupboard and worktop space and a door leading to the garden. To the rear, on the ground floor is a separate dual aspect dining room which can seat up to 10 people. Off the dining room is an orangery which is currently being used as a sitting area with an ‘arts and crafts corner’ being an exceptionally light room with sliding doors opening onto the rear garden patio area.
On the first floor are three excellent sized double bedrooms with the master room to the rear enjoying an en-suite shower room and stunning far reaching countryside views. A hallway leads to the family bathroom which has recently been refitted to a very high standard and is an exceptionally good size with a free- standing bath, separate walk-in shower and also a large built-in double cupboard. All the rooms are in excellent order throughout.
Gardens and Outside
The parking area leads off the main road with space to comfortably park two or three vehicles, there is also a detached garage with up-and-over door and power connected. From here a path leads to the garden with a greenhouse and the main lawned area where there is also a summerhouse. It is a truly beautiful setting of
complete privacy being enclosed with mature hedging and shrubs. There are clever carefully thought-out sitting areas and an interesting shaped garden full of quirk and charm. The main lawned area leads on to another lawn which overlooks the rolling countryside of fields, beautiful far-reaching views to enjoy all year round. Steps lead down to a good-sized patio with doors to the living room and also the orangery. There is also a vegetable patch to the side that is carefully sectioned off by mature hedging from the main garden.
Ruan High Lanes
The small rural village of Ruan High Lanes, is approximately 6 miles away from the unspoiled fishing village of St Mawes. This has a range of shops, banks, hotels, restaurants etc. and is renowned as a sailing centre with a very active sailing club. The village of Tregony is approximately 3.5 miles distant with a mini- market, Post Office, Primary And Secondary Schools. Approximately 2 miles distant there is a petrol station with mini-market for day-to-day requirements. The Cathedral City of Truro is approximately 9 miles away via the King Harry Ferry (13 miles by road), and the Port of Falmouth and St Austell are approximately 15 miles and 13 miles respectively. London (Gatwick) is about 70
minutes by air from Newquay and about 4.5 hours by train from Truro. Other scenic attractions in the area include the saltings at nearby Ruan Lanihorne which are a nature reserve.
Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Telephone and television points. NB: the electrical circuit, appliances and heating system have not been tested by the agents.
Energy Performance Certificate rating E
Council Tax Band: E
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