Tucked away in an idyllic countryside setting is this beautiful cottage, immaculately presented with a spacious interior and exceptional views over the wildlife pond towards the Cornish Alps in St. Austell.
This deluxe reverse-level accommodation, based near Tregony, is in the perfect location for visiting the lovely seaside village of Mevagissey, with the city of Truro just a short drive away.
Enjoying a wonderful set-up on the first floor, the open-plan living room is fully equipped with a helpful kitchen alongside a dining area elegantly positioned opposite.
The wooden beams throughout elevate the property adding character and charm to its interior space, whilst the controllable lighting gives it a stylish flair, creating a tranquil ambiance transitioning from day to evening.
Relax and unwind on the luxurious sofa and absorb the serenity of the surrounding outdoors streaming in through the window.
Down on the ground floor is a double bedroom with a fitted wardrobe, dressing table and wall mounted Freeview television.
The second bedroom is a twin, perfect if you're travelling with two children.
Finished to a high standard is the bathroom, fitted with a power shower, basin and WC, a lovely space to get ready morning and evening.
To the outside, the private patio awaits you with a barbecue area should you desire an alternative style of meal, the fenced garden provides you with wonderful vistas stretching towards the Eden Project.
Other attractions in the region include the Lost Gardens of Heligan, the National Maritime Museum at Falmouth and the Cathedral city of Truro.
There is the beautiful wild coastline to discover, golden beaches and vivacious landscapes altogether wonderfully positioned within close proximity to this delightful cottage in Cornwall.
About the location
Truro 9 miles; St Austell 9 miles.
At the head of the beautiful Roseland Peninsula, this ancient village with its long main street of old Cornish cottages and houses is perfectly placed for exploring the region’s many attractions. The world famous Eden Project, the Lost Gardens of Heligan, the National Maritime Museum at Falmouth, Charlestown historic maritime village and the Cathedral city of Truro with its shopping centre, cobbled streets, restaurants and theatre are all within 10 miles. Nearby are several safe, sandy beaches and the coastal path winds its way over the cliffs and down among the coves through some of the UK’s most spectacular scenery, plus there are several Michelin starred restaurants within easy reach. Even the wilder north coast with its rolling surf is just 40 minutes' by car.