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5 bed House

Stags | 5 bedroom property for sale in Perranzabuloe, Truro

listed on 2020-11-21  Stags   

Perranzabuloe, Truro Guide price £1,000,000 | 5 bedrooms | 0.8 acres Property features • Period Home • Two Bedroom Cottage • Versatile Accommodation • Welcoming Entrance Hallway • Three Receptions Rooms • Three Reception Rooms • Kitchen and Utility • Five En-suite Bedrooms • Double Garage and Shed • Large Gardens and Wooded Copse SITUATION Approximately three miles from the north coast holiday resort of Perranporth, and only 7 miles from the popular seaside town of Newquay, Castle Lambourne stands magnificently in a prominent position close to the attractive church in the parish of Perranzabuloe. The nearby village of Goonhavern offers a range of everyday amenities including a shop and post office, garden centre, store, public house and a well regarded primary school. Renowned for an almost three mile stretch of sandy beach and excellent surfing, Perranporth offers a range of local amenities together with a links golf course. Other fabulous beaches nearby include Crantock and Holywell Bay with further world famous surfing beaches at Newquay readily accessible. The Cathedral City of Truro is approximately eight miles distant and is the retail and administrative centre of Cornwall with many independent and national retailers represented. There are a wide variety of well established local schools, indoor and outdoor markets and cobbled streets. Truro has a mainline rail station linking with London Paddington and Newquay Airport on the north coast offers a number of scheduled flights to both national and international destinations. DESCRIPTION Castle Lambourne was built circa 1900s and is a beautifully presented elegant country house boasting a wealth of charm and period features. The property has high ceilings, original sash windows, cast iron/tiled fireplaces with open grates and wood surrounds, herringbone parquet flooring, picture and dado rails, Aga, magnificent elegant wide turned galleried staircase with arched window on the turn. This versatile home has a welcoming entrance hallway with under stair cloakroom. There are two reception rooms with central fireplaces, one dual aspect with windows to the front and side garden, the other with French doors opening to the front. There is a utility room, storage room and formal dining room with Aga and back staircase to first floor. The well appointed kitchen has white high gloss units with integral appliances and french doors to the courtyard garden. A self contained apartment with bedroom/sitting room, kitchenette and shower room completes the ground floor accommodation. On the first floor the spacious galleried landing has an ornate decorative arch and leads to the master suite with beautifully appointed bathroom suite incorporating freestanding bath, double walk in shower, Low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin. There are two other double bedrooms with en-suite shower facilities and a separate apartment with bedroom/sitting room, kitchenette, shower room and separate WC. In all a magnificent country house with spacious gardens a two bedroom cottage and versatile accommodation. THE COTTAGE The attractive and beautifully presented stone built cottage looks into the pretty courtyard garden and enjoys views over the rear lawn area. It offers cosy atmospheric accommodation including a sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room, two bedrooms and shower room. A stable door leads out to a decked sun terrace seating area. OUTSIDE The sweeping in and out carriage driveway gives access to the double garage with a delightful central lawn garden area bordered with flowers and shrubs. A castellated wall leads to the hidden private courtyard garden to the rear where there is a garden shed, decked sun terrace and pergola. The extensive gardens of approximately 0.8 acres are predominantly laid to lawn and border open farmland. The lawn area wraps around the side of the property with a raised sun terrace area with a wooded copse and further parking area. SERVICES Mains water and electric, private drainage, oil fired central heating, LPG gas for cooker. VIEWINGS Strictly by prior appointment with Stags Truro office on 01872 264488. DIRECTIONS From Truro head out towards Chiverton roundabout. Take the Newquay Road and pass Healeys cider farm on the right hand side and the Church on the left hand side. The entrance to the property is just past the turning on the left where a five bar gate enters the driveway.   Read more

Primary schools


  • Northey Close, Truro, TR4 9DA
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Highertown, Truro, TR1 3QN
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • Polstain Road, Truro, TR3 6DH
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Albany Road, Truro, TR1 3PQ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Requires Improvement Last inspection

Secondary schools


  • Higher Besore Road, Truro, TR3 6LT
  • Secondary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

16 to 18 Years


  • College Road, Truro, TR1 3XX
  • 16 to 18
  • Ofsted rating: Outstanding Last inspection

2 bed Flat

Blackwater, Truro

Property Features Very large and spacious period home Tall ceilings and double glazed windows Two double bedrooms with large master suite Open fire place Unique period features Landscaped garden with greenhouse Extensive parking Oil central heating Great location close to village, North Coast and A30 Exceptional decorative presentation Property Summary An elegant and exceptionally spacious two double bedroom period apartment at the edge of a popular village. Attractive garden and very accessible with front door at garden level. Loads of parking! Anyone looking for a bungalow should also view this property. Full Details Why You'll Like It An exceptional period property of immense character and space, this two bedroom apartment is on the same level as the garden and parking so will interest anybody seeking a property on one level. Occupying the whole upper floor of this historic building the property benefits from elevated semi rural views and has access to the loft space. The apartment is approached via a large parking area (which you share with the ground floor apartment). There is a landscaped garden with greenhouse and storage shed and the pathway to the property provides virtually level access to the front door (With just a step up onto the patio and one to the front door). There is an external storm porch and the front door is a masterpiece of fine hardwood joinery with a shield shaped glazed design. Inside, you step into a bespoke vestibule which has been crafted from the repurposed former shop front of the building. All of the ceilings in the property are tall as are the windows and there's a great sense of light and space. The property still feels cosy however having double glazing and oil fired central heating with an open fire in the living room. The vestibule opens into a large sitting room and there is then a doorway into the kitchen / breakfast room. The kitchen is beautifully appointed with painted units and ample appliance and work surface space. There are dedicated places for a slot in cooker, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher and American style fridge / freezer with the large stainless chimney style extractor and stainless sink integrated. The kitchen is open plan with the breakfast room which has further storage cupboards. In the middle of the apartment there is a large inner hallway (which was originally where the stairs would have been before conversion). This space has a fantastic sky light in coloured glass and a niche in the property has been shelved to make a library space. Towards what was originally the front of the building there is a long living and dining room with open fireplace and super views across a field and trees. The property has two bedrooms, bedroom two also looks out to the front elevation and the field and has a built in wardrobe and ornamental fireplace. The main bedroom is a large suite with entrance hallway, huge bedroom with a wall of wardrobes, bathroom with side by side basins and a deep whirlpool bath. The WC is separate within the suite. In addition the property has a further shower room / WC which is fitted in a quality modern style and has under floor heating. Outside, the sunny rear garden has a good degree of privacy and has been thoughtfully landscaped and planted to create a delightful outside space. Lease Information The property benefits from the balance of a 999 year lease and has a share of the freehold (shared with the ground floor apartment). There is NO GROUND RENT to pay. The service and maintenance charge is currently £145 per calendar month and is reviewed annually. Parking is shared between the two apartments and there are no designated or allocated spaces. Where It Is Blackwater is a desirable village not far from the North Cornish coast and is conveniently located with easy access routes to the main A30 and The Cathedral City of Truro. Porthtowan Beach is just over 3 miles away and has beautiful expanses of golden sands and The Blue Bar and beach cafe where you can watch the surfers as the sun goes down. Nearby Redruth has a mainline railway station and direct route to London Paddington. The Bissoe trail is not too far away where you can walk, run or cycle to Portreath on the North coast and Devoran on the South coast. This is a charming part of Cornwall with an exciting tin mining heritage and the village is delightful with a very well run pub and village shop and there is a primary school and day nursery nearby.

Primary schools


  • Northey Close, Truro, TR4 9DA
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Highertown, Truro, TR1 3QN
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • Polstain Road, Truro, TR3 6DH
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Albany Road, Truro, TR1 3PQ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Requires Improvement Last inspection

Secondary schools


  • Higher Besore Road, Truro, TR3 6LT
  • Secondary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

16 to 18 Years


  • College Road, Truro, TR1 3XX
  • 16 to 18
  • Ofsted rating: Outstanding Last inspection