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A superb sympathetic barn conversion in this wonderful Grade II listed courtyard development. Full of historic character, the beautifully presented spacious accommodation includes four double bedrooms, large country kitchen with separate utility, sitting room, family room, bathroom, shower room, en suite and additional WC. Outside, there is a delightful south facing garden, garage, car port, store room and shared parking.
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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.
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, the numerous period details include vaulted ceilings with exposed beamwork, unusual part glazed exterior doors, and French doors with Juliet balconies in thee of the bedrooms and windows with slate sills. Chosen as the developers private home, The Coach House is the largest of the properties and benefits from a southerly facing garden. Used for many years by the current owners as family holiday home, the properties in the courtyard are main residences.
Slate flagged floor and attractive split staircase leading to the galleried landing, with under stairs storage cupboards, radiator. Doors to the living room, bedroom 4 and shower room.
An impressive elegant living room, double aspect with French doors leading to the garden and to the courtyard. Wood burning stove on a slate hearth, radiator, beamed ceiling, doors to family room and kitchen.
A lovely light and versatile space which could serve as a study, office or guest room. Semi vaulted ceiling and galleried landing area with steps down to the main room with French doors and two further windows, radiator.
A gorgeous well equipped country kitchen with vaulted ceiling and spacious dining area. Features include a brick arched recess housing an electric Aga, polished granite worktops, quarry tiled floor and Norcool corner larder/fridge. Windows to the garden and courtyard, doors to the courtyard, living room and utility room.
Vaulted ceiling and tiled floor, range of fitted units, Belfast sink, Worcester combi boiler, plumbing for washing machine, radiator. Door to courtyard and separate wc.
Beamed ceiling, radiator and window to courtyard.
Slate floor, glazed shower cubicle with thematically controlled shower, wash hand basin, WC, radiator and extractor.
A super galleried landing with beamed ceiling, two radiators and doors to the bedrooms and bathroom.
A spacious and impressive room that has a vaulted ceiling with unusual beamwork, French Doors overlooking the garden, range of built in wardrobes and cupboards, radiator and double doors to the en suite shower room.
Corner shower unit with thermostatically controlled shower, pedestal wash hand basin, WC, radiator, tiled floor and extractor, arrow slit window.
Beamed ceiling, French doors to the courtyard, radiator and range of built in wardrobes and dressing table.
Beamed ceiling, French doors to the courtyard, radiator.
Panelled bath with shower over and storage cupboards to either side, wash hand basin, WC, tiled floor and part tiled walls, radiator, extractor, arrow slit window.
The Coach house enjoys enclosed south facing garden with attractive traditional Cornish stone hedging. The garden is mostly laid to lawn with flower border having a selection of established trees and shrubs and there is a a gravelled patio area. The initial approach to Treluggan Court is from a country lane which leads into a large gravelled parking area and garages. A lower gravelled drive leads to the car port/log stores and there are two walkways leading in to the inner quadrangle courtyard, with designated areas for each property and leads to the individual front entrances.
Garage, measuring 21'8 x 9'9, with timber double doors and vaulted ceiling, is light and power connected. A store room, measuring 16' x 4'11, with light and power connected and shelving, is located in a shared hallway which leads from the communal courtyard to the car ports. The car port/log store measures approximately 17'1 x 8'11.
The Tenure is Leasehold 999 years form 1998 with a 'peppercorn' ground rent. The freehold is owned by the Treluggan Court Management Company Ltd of which The Coach House has a one fifth share. The annual service charge currently stands at £400 and buildings insurance is approximately £750 pa.
Mains metered water, mains electricity, private drainage to communal system, oil fired central heating, Council Tax Band F.
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