Reception Rooms: 4 | Bedrooms: 4 | Bathrooms: 3
An attractive and traditional 4 bedroom cottage nestled in beautiful countryside. The property is set close to the fabulous Roseland Peninsula complete with a stylish annex offering additional accommodation and a range of useful out buildings.
The approach to Freewater Cottage leads straight onto an open courtyard with lovely views down through the beautiful wooded valley beyond and a lawned area and pathway to one side enticing you in.
Inside, the property has instant charm as soon as you step through the door, with the sitting room creating a very welcoming space with its wood burner ensuring cosy evenings on those cooler days. The south easterly aspect of the cottage also ensures that it benefits from a great degree of light throughout all of the principle rooms. The kitchen is very attractive with hand built units and has potential, if a larger kitchen was required, to incorporate the dining room which flows nicely into the conservatory and in turn out into the garden for entertaining.
The bedrooms are set out over two floors and the master suite on the ground floor comes with the benefit of an attractive en suite. The first floor offers two double bedrooms, a single bedroom that could be used as a study if required and a very spacious bathroom at the far end of the landing.
Immediately to the side of the conservatory is a lovely patio, perfect for drinks on a summers evening with views down to the valley beyond. There is a separate store and utility room for all the laundry and a fabulous open plan annexe that has most recently been used as a very spacious home office. This has an en suite and could be very easily fitted out with a kitchenette if required, subject to any necessary permissions. The annexe also benefits from a 3.3KW photovoltaic solar panel system which provides income through the FIT scheme. For those with boating interests, or with classic cars, to house there is ample storage with a good sized garage and carport.
The spectacular Roseland Peninsula is just a short drive to the south, renowned for its access to the fabulous sailing waters of the Carrick Roads, as well as offering many spectacular beaches, picture perfect hidden away fishing villages and some truly breathtaking scenery along the Roseland Heritage Coast.
The picturesque harbour village of St Mawes sits at the end of the Roseland and has long been one of Cornwall’s most desirable and exclusive destinations. St Mawes also offers an excellent choice of restaurants, pubs and bars with the renowned Tresanton and Idle Rocks Hotels.
Truro is a beautiful city, centred around its magnificent Bath Stone Cathedral and the elegant streets surrounding it. It’s said to be the finest example of Georgian architecture to the west of Bath. Truro is Cornwalls’ hub for shopping and business, with numerous excellent restaurants and bars as well as a fine selection of private and state schooling. The City has a mainline railway station providing a direct service to London Paddington
Pendower Beach: 6.5 Miles, Rosevine: 8 Miles, Portscatho: 9 Miles, St Mawes: 12 Miles, Truro: 6 Miles, Mevagissey 10 Miles, Charlestown: 10 Miles, Newquay Airport: 15.5 Miles
Telephone: 01872 306 360
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