Tremail, Camelford, Cornwall
A well-presented Grade II Listed country residence full of character and charm. The property has five double bedrooms and large gardens that back onto open farmland and is just a few miles from the rugged north Cornish coastline. EPC Exempt.
This most attractive detached residence dates back to at least 1659 as engraved on the granite façade of the building. The property has been significantly extended through recent centuries and has spacious and highly flexible accommodation arranged over two floors. There is a significant amount of character features throughout including much exposed granite and open fireplaces as well as wooden floors and beamed ceilings. There are many modern comforts such as double glazed windows and warmth which is generated by oil fired central heating. Outside are most attractive sheltered split level gardens which back onto open farmland. All in all, this fine home would no doubt suit a wide range of buyers wanting to settle in a quiet small community, yet, just a few miles from sandy beaches and cliff top walks.
Internally, the home is entered by a porch and welcoming reception hall through a wide front door. The hall is full of charm and provides a warm feeling upon entrance with its wide granite thresholds and flagstone floor. The main lounge is a large dual aspect room which has double doors with shutters which provide access to the outside seating area. One of the key features of this room is the imposing wide floor to ceiling granite fireplace with a clome oven and a slate hearth with inset a solid fuel burner. The lounge also has an oak floor and is a perfect family reception space. The kitchen is well equipped with a traditional range of country style units comprising of white base cupboards with wall mounted shelving. Again, there is a stunning granite fireplace recess which has a strategically positioned free standing dresser. A pantry area under the stairs also provides useful storage. There are tiled worksurfaces, very deep window cills and a feature granite mullion window. A centre island unit has a slate top and can also be used as a casual dining position. Moving through, is the formal dining room, which, like the kitchen has an oak floor. It has a separate door meaning that if necessary it could be a flexible space and double up as a guest bedroom or perhaps suit someone who needs a home office. It has a feature fire surround adding to the warm feel of the room. Concluding the ground floor is a utility room which houses the central heating boiler.
The first floor is divided into two areas and accessed by two staircases. From the kitchen, access is gained up to three of the bedrooms including the master which has a wide range of fitted furniture. Bedroom two also has fitted cupboards and like bedroom three it is large enough for a double bed. All have wooden floors and a nice view out over the garden. These rooms share use of the family bathroom/WC which is fully tiled with a shower attachment over the panelled bath. The other half of the first floor is accessed via a quirky turning staircase from the hall. There are two further double bedrooms including one which is particularly large and dual aspect and a shower room/WC which has some fitted cupboards and an electric shower within a cubicle.
Externally, Lower Tremail Farmhouse is accessed by a five bar gate which opens into the gravelled driveway where there is plenty of parking for a number of cars. A concreted hard standing and car port will be found. The front of the property is most attractive with many climbers and a feature striking granite mullion window. The area is flanked by many borders well stocked with a range of flowers and shrubs. A fenced off hard standing area could be ear marked for a large workshop or garage (subject to obtaining all consents). The garden opens up and into a large lawn which is enclosed by many shrubs and trees and in part backs onto open farmland. At the side is a gravelled seating and BBQ area which is neatly surrounded by barked flower beds. At the rear of the property is a large metal storage shed and the oil tank. A further parking space will also be found.
The following is a quotation from the home owners:
"We were very lucky to stumble across Tremail, a very friendly and peaceful village with amazing walks both on the moors and the beaches. The farmhouse has been the perfect place for our family to live and enjoy over the last ten years with very adaptable accommodation for all our guests. We will leave with many happy, long lasting memories."
The farmhouse is nestled in a quiet location in the very heart of the North Cornish Countryside yet within good access of the A395 and A39. General amenities such as a general store/sub Post Office, County Primary School, Secondary school, Public Houses, and take away restaurants will be found at the town of Camelford approximately 5 miles from the property. The ancient former market town of Launceston lies approximately 13 miles to the east and has a range of shopping, schooling, commercial and recreational facilities. Further extensive facilities and transport links by road, rail and air will be found in the cities of Plymouth and Exeter. Plymouth being 33 miles distant and Exeter being 54 miles away. Popular tourist areas of Port Isaac, Boscastle and Crackington Haven are within easy striking distance along with the coastal resorts of Bude and Widemouth Bay, well known for their excellent surf and sandy beaches. The rugged beauty of Bodmin moor with its myriad of walking and hiking opportunities is also within walking distance of the property.
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Porch 8'1" x 4' (2.46m x 1.22m).
Hall 6' (1.83m) max x 14' (4.27m) max.
Lounge 19'2" (5.84m) max x 17'3" (5.26m) max.
Utility Room 8'3" x 7' (2.51m x 2.13m).
Kitchen/Breakfast Room 16'10" max x 14'1" max (5.13m max x 4.3m max).
Pantry 6'3" x 2'9" (1.9m x 0.84m).
Dining Room 9'5" (2.87m) max x 16'8" (5.08m) max.
Bedroom 1 13' (3.96m) max x 10'9" (3.28m) min.
Bedroom 2 9'2" max x 9'8" max (2.8m max x 2.95m max).
Bedroom 3 10'6" x 7'9" (3.2m x 2.36m).
Bathroom/WC 5'6" x 6'6" (1.68m x 1.98m).
Bedroom 4 9'8" x 12'1" (2.95m x 3.68m).
Bedroom 5 9'2" x 17'3" (2.8m x 5.26m).
Shower Room/WC 7'7" x 6'7" (2.31m x 2m).
From Launceston Town Centre proceed along the A388 (Western Road). Upon reaching the roundabout at Pennygillam take the first left hand exit signposted towards Bodmin proceeding Westbound along the A30 dual carriageway. Take the second left hand exit at Kennards House signposted towards Camelford and North Cornwall proceeding along the A395. Continue passing through Pipers Pool until reaching Hallworthy. Upon entering Hallworthy continue for a further 2 miles or so taking the left hand turning towards Tremail. Turn left again and proceed passing the Inny Vale holiday village on the left. Continue up the hill and upon entering Tremail continue pass the Chapel on the left and take the next sharp right hand turn. Continue along this road and Lower Tremail Farmhouse will be found on the left hand side.
- Substantial five bedroom detached farmhouse.
- Having been significantly improved in recent years.
- Full of character features.
- Traditional country kitchen.
- Two staircases ascending to the first floor.
- Oil fired central heating and double glazed windows.
- Attractive split level gardens backing onto farmland.
- Small Cornish hamlet just a few miles from the coastline.
- Offered for sale with no forward chain.