Extended in 1973, Trevenna House now provides two self contained homes having been divided by the current vendor to create Cup Cake Cottage alongside the main house.
Both properties are eclectic in style and beautifully presented with many attractive features including Fired Earth tiling, Amtico tiling, a Rayburn, a freestanding wood burner, original thick stone walls, four double bedrooms and three stylish and unique bathrooms. Trevenna House had a new contemporary kitchen in 2019, new flooring throughout and a conservatory added. Each property has an independent oil fired boiler for central heating and hot water.
At a Glance
- Interesting Detached Period Residence Dating back to Circa 1753
- Approximately Two Acres of Beautifully Mature Gardens, Grounds & Adjoining Paddock
- Eclectic Accommodation Currently Providing Two Separate Dwellings
- Four Double Bedrooms/Three Stylish Bathrooms/Two Reception Rooms
- Two Shepherds Huts with Services
- Detached Double Garage
- Stable Block with Services
- Tranquil Cornish Hamlet close to St Mawgan & Mawgan Porth
Within the grounds are two lovely separate Shepherd's huts, one with underfloor heating, electricity and connection to drainage. The other can be found secluded at the bottom of the field, a stunning setting and well screened, adjacent to a natural spring fed pond and including electricity, lighting & underfloor heating.
Outbuildings include a stable block with its own entrance gates, a detached quirky building called The Tabernacle used for outdoor dining with underfloor heating and an original field shelter which is now a cool outdoor bar. These wonderfully eclectic facilities provide the perfect socialising and entertaining spaces.
The double garage has a large boarded loft above and a store at the back. Entrance gates open to reveal ample driveway parking for both properties. Services to the property include mains water and electricity, septic tank drainage and oil fired central heating. EPC rating F. Council tax band G.
Trevenna Cross is a tranquil rural hamlet located less than a mile of St Mawgan Village and just three miles from the magnificent sandy beach at Mawgan Porth. St Mawgan, a beautiful picture box perfect village, has a post office, stores, the very popular Falcon Inn, a village green and a beautiful 13th Century church as well as an outstanding primary school.
Mawgan Porth is now one of the most sought after locations in North Cornwall. The magnificent sandy beach is famous for water sports activities serving surfers and bathers alike with stunning cliff and coastline walks. Fine dining is available locally at the award-winning Scarlet Hotel as well as first class spa and recreational facilities at The Scarlett & Bedruthan Hotel.
The bay provides a range of amenities including a local store, cafés, various eateries, The Merrymoor public house, surf school and gift shops. Walkers are well placed to enjoy the wonders of the South West Coastal Path with fabulous walks to the likes of Watergate Bay and Bedruthan Steps being within easy reach.
To find Trevenna House, follow the A389 out of Padstow for approximately seven miles before turning right onto the B3374 signposted to St Mawgan. Follow the road for approximately 1.2 miles and then turn left. After half a mile at the next junction, turn left and then immediately right. Follow this road for approximately 1.4 miles. As you enter the hamlet of Trevenna Cross, Trevenna House is the first property on the right hand side. The postcode for satellite navigation is TR8 4HB. What3words: subway.working.anode
Visit Trevenna House, St Mawgan
Guide Price £1,000,000