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An exquisite Grade II listed thatched cottage with an additional three bedroom detached property, all set amidst mature gardens of around 1.8 acres.
Trevryn is a beautiful Grade II listed thatched cottage believed to origionally date back to the mid 17th century and provides spacious and versitile living accommodation over 2 floors.
The property provides three reception rooms, a conservatory, study, large kitchen / breakfast room and three bedrooms on the first floor.
The vendors have paid careful attention to the external and internal look of the property and have recently had the property re-thatched. Internally the property provides an abundance of charector and charm and suggest an early internal viewing to appreciate the size and space on offer.
Externally, set within the spacious grounds of Trevryn, is a detached three bedroom single storey building that was convered a number of years ago to provide additional accommodation that has previously been used by the current vendors as holiday letting accommodation. This building would also work extremely well for those buyers seeking additional accommodation to house a dependent relative or family member.
The surrounding gardens and grounds are principally laid to lawn witha plethora of mature shrubs and trees.
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Approximately three miles from the North Cornish coast, Trevryn is situated in the delightful rural hamlet of Rejerrah. Renowned for its dramatic coastline and excellent surfing, nearby sandy beaches include those of Perranporth, Crantock and Holywell Bay with the world famous surfing beaches at Newquay also readily accessible. The nearby village of Goonhavern offers a range of everyday amenities including a garden centre, store, public house and a well regarded primary school. The Cathedral City of Truro is approximately ten miles distant and is a vibrant shopping centre with many national retailers represented. There is also a variety of well established local schools, indoor and outdoor markets, cobbled streets and alleyways. There is a mainline railway station at Truro linking with London Padddington whilst Newquay Airport has a number of scheduled flights to both national and international destinations.
Mains electricity, shared private water supply and shared private drainage.
Proceeding eastwards on the A3075, pass through the village of Goonhavern and continue on this road until the Braefel Garage is seen on the left hand side. Slow down and take the first turning on the right turning left almost immediately. Follow this country lane into the base of the valley and the entrance to Trevryn will be seen on the left hand side.
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