Tucked away along a country lane in a tranquil rural hamlet, this delightful barn conversion offers luxurious living or equally could continue to be a successful holiday let. Stepping inside, the reception porch is spacious with tiled flooring, exposed stonework and Velux style roof lights there's plenty of space for coats and boots. The living space is open plan yet with well defined areas which comprise of a lounge area with a woodburner and a door to the garden, plenty of space for a dining table and chairs, and a superbly appointed kitchen with granite worktops and space for a central island (not included). Integrated appliances include a steam and conventional oven, and induction hob. The kitchen units are a classic cream Shaker style and features include bookshelves and an undermounted sink. Practical matters are taken care of in a separate utility room which also has a sink and space for a washer,dryer, freezer and fridge freezer. Underfloor heating warms the tiled floor throughout the living space. A ground floor double bedroom has doors to the garden and oak flooring and there is a guest cloakroom/WC. Heading up the oak staircase, you'll find a fabulous master bedroom suite which is light and bright and has a lovely high vaulted ceiling and doors with a Juliet balcony and fitted plantation shutters. The en-suite shower room is designed to the latest style featuring natural grey stone effect tiling and crisp white sanitary ware and walk in shower. A further double bedroom also has a vaulted ceiling and the family bathroom also has a white suite, chrome ladder towel rail and is fully tiled with natural effect tiles. Outside the garden has been landscaped with a superb entertaining area with a flagstone terrace and raised stone built beds. A sun deck provides a relaxation area along with a lawn. An adjacent field provides additional amenity space and includes an allotment area and shed. With driveway parking, this stunning and unique rural home blends traditional Cornish charm with luxurious boutique style living.
Trewithen Moor is a rural hamlet on the edge of Stithians, a village which has a thriving hub with amenities including a shop, post office, primary school, pub, church and cricket club. The reservoir and nature reserve nearby offers plenty of fun watersports including sailing, windsurfing, kayaking and fishing and also has a lovely cafe. Walks are plentiful with footpaths and bridleways galore to explore and enjoy and the lanes are also good for cycling. The town of Falmouth and small cathedral city of Truro are a short drive away.