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This wonderful sympathetic barn conversion is full of character and charm has been further improved by the current owner. Beautifully presented, the accommodation includes a gorgeous country country kitchen and living room with wooden burner, three bedrooms, bathroom, shower room and utility. Outside is a private garden, garage, car port and extra parking.
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Treluggan Court is an attractive and prestigious courtyard development of five Grade II listed stone barns, dating to the early 1860's. The unusually well preserved group of farm buildings were converted into five individual and impressive homes in the late 1990's. Sensitively renovated to combine character with modern comforts, such as oil fired central heating and wood framed double glazing, numerous period details include vaulted ceilings with exposed beamwork, unusual part glazed exterior doors, French doors and windows with slate sills. A feature of The Dairy is the wonderful country kitchen which has been updated by the current owner. The open plan living room has a wood burning stove and French doors to the garden. There is a separate utility and shower room on the ground floor and upstairs are three bedrooms and bathroom. Outside, there is a private garden at the rear and side of the property, shared courtyard entrance, garage, car port and shared drive and plenty of parking.
A spacious and light filled triple aspect room with French doors leading to the rear garden and another leading to the front courtyard. Two windows overlook the garden. Wood burning stove on stone hearth, beamed ceiling, three radiators, under stairs cupboard, stairs to the first floor and door to the kitchen.
A stunning country kitchen which has been updated by the current owner to create a French country look that perfectly suits this property. With open rafters and a quarry tiled floors, this well equipped stylish kitchen has granite worktops and island unit. Rayburn oil fired range cooker, dishwasher and fridge, radiator. Windows overlooking the rear garden and front courtyard, door to the rear patio, utility room and front courtyard.
Cupboards and sink, space for washing machine and fridge freezer, quarry tiled floor, radiator, door to outside.
Corner shower unit, WC and wash hand basin, tiled floor, window to side, radiator.
Window to rear garden, radiator, airing cupboard, hatch to loft space, doors to bedrooms and bathroom.
Window to front, radiator, useful storage cupboard over stairs.
(Maximum measurements) Feature French style windows overlooking the garden, radiator.
Window to front, radiator.
(Maximum measurements) Panelled bath with shower over, WC, pedestal wash hand basin, part tiled walls, heated ladder style towel rail, extractor fan, window.
There are private gardens to the rear and side of the property that enjoy some distant rural views. Mainly laid to lawn, the gardens are enclosed by wonderful dry stone walls and there is a a gravelled patio area immediately outside the living room and kitchen. To the front is and attractive central courtyard which is shared between the five properties. Treluggan Court is approached via a gravelled driveway with a shared parking forecourt. The property has a garage, which is light a power connected, there is a separate car port/log store and an additional shred area to the rear of the garages where the oil tanks are stored.
Treluggan Court is situated in the heart of the Roseland peninsula, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and is surrounded by glorious country walks and the popular stretch of the South West Coastal Path. Nearby beaches include the golden sands of Carne and Pendower and Porthcurnick Beach at Rosevine with its famous Hidden Hut Cafe, described by The Telegraph as the 'hottest place in the county, if not the country'. From there you can walk the coastal path to the harbour village of Portscatho. Also is Rosevine is the Michelin starred restaurant at the Driftwood Hotel and the pretty village of Philleigh, with its ancient church and popular inn is just two miles away. The elegant sailing resort of St Mawes is just fives miles distant and the cathedral city of Truro, with a wide range of commercial facilities and schools is 10 miles via the King Harry Car Ferry.
Mains water and electricity, private drainage, oil fired central heating, Council Tax Band F.
The Dairy is for sale Leasehold 999 years from 18th February 2000 with a 'peppercorn' ground rent. The freehold is owned by the Treluggan Court Management Company Ltd, of which the dairy owns a one fifth share. The annual service charge currently stands at approximately £400 pa and buildings insurance is approximately £260 pa.
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