A deceptively spacious and versatile Grade II Listed detached character 'Round House' of immense charm, centrally located in one of the Roseland's most historic and traditional villages. Extended in the 1960's, this attractive family residence has similarities of the five round houses of Veryan, suggesting that the original property, believed to date back to 1760, might have been built by Hugh Rowe of Lostwithiel and even possibly for the same patron, the Reverend Jeremiah Trist, who built the round houses of Veryan for his daughters without any corners for the devil to lurk in!
Delightfully appointed internally, the property has beautiful and private cottage style gardens, where panoramic and uninterrupted countryside and south facing views are found to the rear. According to our clients, the previous owners holiday let part of the cottage as a two bedroom, two-reception unit. Currently, the flexible accommodation (including the chalet) can sleep ten and is laid out having three double bedrooms, two living rooms, two kitchens and a dining room/conservatory.
The Round House
Character features are in abundance. The two 'D' shaped rooms, under a pair of conical scantle slate roofs are linked by a central vestibule and staircase. This has a central arched gothic detailed doorway with window over and original casement windows to the rounded walls at the front. The arched doorway (without door) to the staircase remains and original panel doors, beamed ceiling and gothic tracery still remain on the windows.
Warmed by an oil fired central heating system, a useful side covered courtyard, detached chalet, lean to storage shed and parking space are located in the surrounding gardens.
The property is conveniently located for the historic Roseland Inn public house, the sailing waters of St Mawes, sandy Pendower and Carne beaches and the King Harry Ferry. Suited towards the retiring or family lifestyle change buyer or the second homeowner, we strongly advise an internal inspection to fully appreciate this light and airy spacious residence.
Entrance Portico, Entrance Hall, Walk-In Cupboard, Front Kitchen, Dining Room / Conservatory, Sitting Room, Inner Hall, Lounge, Snug / Study, Rear Kitchen, WC & Utility Room, Bedroom 1 with En Suite Shower Room, First Floor Landing, Two further Bedrooms, Shower Room & WC. Outside: Lean-To Storage Shed, Parking Space, Covered Courtyard, Detached Chalet, Front and Rear Gardens.
LOCATION - PHILLEIGH
Philleigh is renowned for its historic church and 16th century Roseland Inn. It is one of the prettiest country villages of the Roseland Peninsula, adjacent to the estuary of the River Fal, and stretching to Gerrans Bay in the East. The nearby villages of Gerrans and Portscatho provide day-to-day shopping facilities and primary schooling, and excellent secondary education is available at Tregony a few miles away. The well-known yachting centre of St Mawes, also within easy reach, offers access to some of the finest sailing waters in the United Kingdom on the Fal Estuary (Carrick Roads), Percuil River and Falmouth Bay. The cathedral city of Truro, 10 miles via the King Harry Car Ferry, provides a first-class selection of shopping, business and schooling facilities. London is 70 minutes by air from Newquay or approximately 4.5 hours by rail from Truro.
Dimensions are approximate.
With slate canopy roof. Slate floor. Two courtesy lights. Original gothic detailed arched entrance door leading to:
7' 9'' x 3' 0'' (2.36m x 0.91m)
Original arched doorway with stairs rising to the first floor. Open beams. Ceramic tiled floor. Two wall light points. Radiator. Two old timber panel doors to the front kitchen and sitting room.
Walk In Cupboard
5' 8'' x 3' 6'' (1.73m x 1.07m)
Internal window to sun lounge. Shelving. Electric fuse board.
15' 0'' x 10' 9'' (4.57m x 3.27m)
Original 'D' shaped room with casement window and gothic tracery to the front. Brace and latch timber and arched door to the sun lounge. Curved beech worktop each side of the front window with a double bowl sink unit and older style tap fittings inset. Electric range style cooker inset to an inglenook fireplace with wooden lintel. Further worktop surface with shelving / storage below. Small alcove cupboard. Under stairs storage cupboard. Open beams. Ceramic tiled floor. Inset ceiling lights. Wall light points. Radiator. Part wood panelled walls.
Dining Room / Conservatory
24' 9'' x 6' 11'' (7.54m x 2.11m)
Old timber brace and latch arched door leading to the sitting room. Internal glazed door leading to the inner hall. Ceramic tile floor. French doors and double glazed picture window to the cottage gardens with lovely rural / countryside views beyond. Pitched polycarbonate roof with vents and blinds. Electric wall heater. Three wall light points.
15' 0'' x 11' 0'' (4.57m x 3.35m)
D-shaped room with casement window and gothic leaded glazed tracery to the front and window seat inset. Inglenook fireplace with Calor gas woodburning style stove inset. Wooden shelf and recess above. Open beams. Timber door to the entrance hall. Part wood panelled walls. Radiator. Wall light points.
Timber doors to the master bedroom, utility room, rear kitchen and lounge. Glazed door to the covered side courtyard area. Inset ceiling lights. Electric meter cupboard. Two wall light points. Curved wall in keeping with the exterior. Two double glazed windows. Part wood panelled walls. Loft access.
15' 0'' x 12' 9'' (4.57m x 3.88m)
Fireplace with Calor gas fire inset and back shelving to the side. French doors with double glazed side panels leading to the gardens. Further window to the rear obtaining beautiful countryside views. Radiator. Three wall light points. Television point. Timber door to:
Snug / Study
8' 5'' x 7' 1'' (2.56m x 2.16m)
Two double glazed window with lovely country views. Radiator. Archway to:
12' 0'' x 8' 6'' (3.65m x 2.59m)
Laminate floor. Beech worktop surface with butler sink and older style tap fittings inset. Two double glazed windows. Three storage cupboards. Further worktop surface with cupboards over. Radiator. Ceiling spotlights. Timber door to inner hall. Fridge, freezer and dishwasher space. Base units. Cooker space.
7' 6'' x 5' 5'' (2.28m x 1.65m)
Worktop surface. Plumbing for washing machine, space for tumble dryer. Worcester oil fired boiler. Heating control. Two wall cupboards. Two obscure windows. WC and wash basin. Ceramic tile floor. Part wood panelled walls.
13' 1'' x 12' 1'' (3.98m x 3.68m)
Window overlooking the rear gardens and countryside beyond. Wardrobe space with hanging rail and shelf. Two bedside shelves. Radiator. Telephone and television points. Open way to:
En Suite Shower Room
6' 1'' x 5' 3'' (1.85m x 1.60m)
Built-in shower cubicle with tiled walls and shower unit inset. Vanity wash basin with cupboard below. Built-in wall cupboard.
Featured and original style arched window to rear. Old timber doors leading to both bedrooms.
15' 0'' x 11' 0'' (4.57m x 3.35m)
D-shaped rooms with leaded gothic style arched window to the front and arched window to the rear. Conical beamed and apex ceiling to the 'rounded' area. Old timber floorboards. Timber door to the 'Jack and Jill' shower room. Display shelf. Radiator. Wardrobe space. Wall light point.
7' 7'' x 5' 10'' (2.31m x 1.78m)
Two timber doors leading to each bedroom. Gothic style window to the front. Shower cubicle. Wash hand basin inset to vanity unit. WC. Radiator. Extractor fan. Part wood panelled wall. Wall light point. Display recess. Wood panelled ceiling.
15' 0'' x 10' 7'' (4.57m x 3.22m)
Wardrobe recess. Arched window to rear. Arched casement window with leaded glazing to the front. Old timber floorboards. Radiator. Door to the shower room. Conical apex and beamed ceiling. Part wood panelled walls.
Lean to Store
Lean-to store shed located to the western elevation.
To the side of the front gardens.
24' 0'' x 7' 0'' (7.31m x 2.13m)
Two pedestrian access gates to front and rear. Glazed door to inner hall. Calor gas bottle point. Outside tap. Courtesy lighting.
10' 6'' x 10' 6'' (3.20m x 3.20m)
Currently used as a summer bedroom for children. Three windows. Wood panelled walls and pitched ceiling. Night storage heater. Power and light. Country and garden views.
Well stocked with a profusion of shrubs, bushes, flowers and seating areas. An iron gate leads to a central gravel path leading to the front entrance, side storage shed and covered courtyard.
Laid to lawn, south facing, sheltered and private. Decked area. Walled, fenced and hedge borders. Various flower beds and bushes dispersed. Access to the sun lounge and lounge. Beautiful countryside views. A further garden area, with seated patio leads to the side courtyard and chalet. A gateway leads to a rear private pedestrian path and access (via stile) across fields for countryside walks.
Mains water, electricity and private drainage. Telephone and television points.
Energy Performance Rating F
Every effort has been made with these details but accuracy is not guaranteed and they are not to form part of a contract. Representation or warranty is not given in relation to this property. An Energy Performance Certificate is available upon request or on our website, htiddy.co.uk. All negotiations must be with H Tiddy. Before proceeding to purchase, buyers should consider an independent check of all aspects of the property.