Tucked away in the hamlet of Trewennack is this bright and beautifully presented 2 double bedroom terraced, traditional stone cottage with south facing gardens, considered ideal for first time buyers, retired couples and those seeking an investment or bolthole.
The old hamlet of Trewennack is located on the A394 Truro to Helston road, and as such is central to the towns, villages and attractions of West Cornwall. The former market town of Helston, home to the annual Flora Day Furry Dance is just 2 miles away where there is wide range of schools, retail, health, leisure, business and banking facilities. For those based at RNAS Culdrose the drive is just 1 mile further on whereas the busy harbour port of Falmouth is a short commute of 12 miles away, and the County town of Truro, with an even wider range of amenities and services is approximately 16 miles distant.
Trewennack fringes the Lizard Heritage Coast, arguably Cornwall at its best featuring stunning and largely unspoilt south coast scenery and the historic villages of Mullion, Cadgwith and Coverack.
This pretty stone cottage has been extensively improved in recent years to provide light, well-proportioned accommodation retaining many character features. Fronted by a small walled garden the entrance door opens into the entrance hall where the stairs ascend to the first floor. At ground floor level there is a superb open plan living and dining room, the focal point of which is a particularly impressive granite inglenook style fireplace. To the rear is a well-appointed kitchen. At first floor level off the landing are two double bedrooms and a large modern bathroom. To the rear of the cottage is a long enclosed level garden that enjoys a sunny aspect and at the bottom of which is a large Studio/Workshop. The cottage is electrically heated, has double glazed windows and positive pressure ventilation with heating.