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Tregye Road, Carnon Downs

4 beds | 2 baths | 3 receptions | Guide price £1,600,000


  • Breathtaking Sea Views
  • Stunning South -Facing Setting
  • 4 bedrooms 2 Bethrooms
  • Superb 1 bedroom Annexe
  • Beautiful gardens
  • Further Land and Stables available

A superbly located south-facing detached country house with breathtaking sea views, gardens and land, a short distance from Truro..

LOCATION Designed by Alfred Cornelius in the 1930s Tregye House is situated in one of the most desirable locations between Truro and Falmouth. The property enjoys privacy and views over its own land and towards the Carrick Roads.

Located in the rural parish of Feock Tregye House lies on the edge of the village surrounded by countryside walks and nearby creeks yet is within a short distance of the cathedral city of Truro with its good range of private and state schools, restaurants, theatre and mainline railway connecting to London Paddington.

The village of Carnon Downs is well served by a village shop, butchers, local produce farm and garden centre. Nearby is Loe Beach with its sailing and watersports school and deep water moorings whilst there are further superb yachting facilities at Mylor Yacht Harbour.


THE HOUSE Designed in the 1930s by the renowned Cornish architect Alfred Cornelius Tregye House is a characterful and well planned property enjoying all round views of its own gardens and grounds.

Inside and enjoying spectacular sea views, the kitchen has bespoke oak units, granite worktops, Aga and integrated appliances. Linking through to the dining room there are doors to the terrace, while at the rear a laundry, pantry and boot room.
The light, dual aspect sitting room has a woodburner and double doors to the conservatory and terrace.

Upstairs, three of the four bedrooms enjoy southerly sea views. The dual aspect master bedroom has a separate dressing room and private shower room. The three further double bedrooms are served by a main bathroom with separate shower and further separate WC


ANNEXE Linked to the main house via the boot room, but with its own entrance from the driveway, the annexe has a large, light living area with built-in galley kitchen and double doors onto its own private terrace. Upstairs the double en-suite bedroom also enjoys wonderful garden and sea views.

Gardens, Land and Outbuildings The front driveway to the house, bordered by mature shrubs including magnolias, camellias and azaleas, leads to the parking area and triple garaging. The main gardens and terrace lie to the rear of the house and are surrounded by well stocked borders and trees with shrubs and perennials providing year round colour and interest. There is a kitchen garden located behind the garaging and a 'crinkle-crankle' wall with raised beds, apple trees and fenced chicken enclosure.A rear vehicular entrance off Tregye Lane provides access to a wooded lower garden with timber clad cavity-wall built workshop/office, a large hay/tractor barn and plenty of space for further parking or boat storage.

STABLES BY SEPARATE NEGOTIATION the south facing stables have their own off road entrance and comprise two stables, tack room and haystore with a fenced all weather arena to the front. The sheltered paddocks are well draining and have stock proof fencing

SERVICES Mains electricity and gas (gas AGA), private drainage and water supply. (mains water available). Gas boilers in house and annexe. Electricity and water to the stables. Fibre broadband.

DISTANCES Carnon Downs 0.5miles, Truro 3 miles, Devoran 2 miles, Loe Beach 2.5 miles, Mylor yacht harbour 9 miles.

AGENT NOTE A concrete screening test dated 20/7/2020 has graded the property A3 and so suitable for purchase and mortgage purposes.

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