Situated in the quiet hamlet of Trewartha, just outside the village of Veryan and near the coast is this very attractive, traditional cottage comprising good size accommodation throughout with an open plan kitchen diner and living room, a large boot room / utility area, a shower room, and a bathroom and upstairs two double bedrooms. The property also benefits from a large detached double garage and an ample gravelled parking area. Well Cottage has huge potential (subject to the relevant consents) for extension or possible conversion of the double garage.
The cottage sits within a large plot in an extremely quiet spot in Trewartha and is approached via a gravel driveway shared with one neighbouring property. Well Cottage is at the furthest end of this drive and has two main garden areas. One is west facing with lawn and beds and is enclosed by mature hedging and trees, whilst the other is east facing with a large lawn area and a footpath at the far end. To the front of the cottage is a lovely paved patio area. The cottage is surrounded by beautiful countryside with stunning sea views out over Veryan Bay and towards Dodman Point. A short walk over fields takes you to the quaint fishing village of Portloe and access to the South West Coastal Path.
This is a rare opportunity, for those looking to escape to the country, to live in a quiet rural spot close to a sought after Roseland village in a private location.
Location Summary (distances and times are approximate)
Veryan : 0.6 miles. Truro : 11.6 miles. Tregony - 4 miles. Falmouth: 22 miles by road or 17.5 miles via King Harry Car Ferry. St Austell : 12.6 miles (mainline railway London Paddington : 4.5 hours by rail). Newquay Airport : 21.6 miles (London Gatwick about 65 minutes by air).
Trewartha is a rural hamlet on the Roseland Peninsula, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is within a mile of the Cornish Coastal Footpath and the quaint and picturesque fishing village of Portloe.
Close by and situated in the heart of the Roseland Peninsula, just over a mile from the coastline, Veryan and Veryan Green comprise a most pleasant rural village famed for its Round Houses. The village remains particularly unspoiled and benefits from a wonderful and active community with a post office and village shop, primary school, Church, an excellent pub and a Sports and Social club (including indoor bowls). It is also a conservation area and is approximately 2 miles from the unspoiled Pendower and Carne beaches. There are many lovely country walks in and around the village, and the Cornish Coastal Path is also within easy reach. The Cathedral City of Truro and administrative centre for Cornwall is 12 miles away with excellent shopping facilities. The King Harry Ferry, approximately 4 miles, provides a short cut to Falmouth and leads to the far west. The sailing centre of St Mawes is within 9 miles.
Mains water, electricity and private drainage. Oil fired central heating. 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 D
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