Riverview sits at the end of a quiet lane with a beautiful outlook over the ancient river beds and countryside beyond. A detached family home built around 30 years ago, the light and spacious accommodation includes living room with open fire, dining room, kitchen, utility, three double bedrooms, bathroom, WC and cloakroom. Outside, the mostly level plots has gardens to the side and front, double garage and good parking.
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Riverview is an attractive stone fronted modern house with detached double garage and mostly level gardens. Built around thirty years ago within the village boundary yet at the end of a quiet residential lane and with the the most outstanding open rural landscape. The well proportioned property offers good family accommodation which maximises the light and views and includes three bedrooms, living room, dining room, kitchen, utility, cloakroom, bathroom and WC. Well maintained with updates including uPVC double glazing and now ready for further modernisation and possibly extension (subject the required planning consents).
With tiled floor, windows to either side and glazed door to entrance hall.
With stairs to the first floor and doors to the living room, dining room and kitchen.
Duel aspect with two windows to the side and one to the front enjoying the wonderful views. Open fireplace with stone surround and timber mantle over. Electric storage heater.
With window to the side and to the front overlooking the garden and views. Electric storage heater.
Two windows to the rear. Range of matching base and wall units, stainless steel sink, glazed opening to the dining room. Airing cupboard containing hot water tank and fitted with immersion heater. Door to utility.
Window to rear, door to rear and cloakroom. Cupboards with stainless steel sink.
Window to side, WC and wash basin.
With window to the front and storage cupboard.
Window to the front overlooking the garden and views beyond, electric storage heater.
Window to front overlooking the garden and views beyond, electric storage heater.
Window to side with the wonderful rural views.
Window to side, panelled bath with shower over, wash basin.
Window to rear, low flush WC.
The property is approached from Mill Lane via a pedestrian gate to the front garden and a opening into the gravelled drive with space for several vehicles and double garage. The house is approached via a pathway with lawns to either side and the path leads around the house. There is some attractive heading and shrubbery. A wooden fence lines the western side and border trees and fields beyond.
Double garage with two up and over doors, side door, pitched roof, light and power connected.
Mains water and electricity, private drainage. Council Tax band E.
Tregony is a historic village, once a thriving port at the upper reaches of the River Fal. The main street which is lined with character cottages and impressive town houses and the vibrant community is served with a village shop and post office, doctors surgery, dentist, pub, primary school and well regarded secondary school. The village is within the catchment area of the cathedral city of Truro and within easy reach of the popular Waitrose store and adjoining park and ride into Truro. The Roseland itself is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with stunning coastline, beaches and harbour villages, including the sailing resort of St Mawes. Heading from Tregony towards St Austell is the magnificent Caerhayes Castle and its award winning gardens, along with the nation's favourite, the Lost Gardens of Heligan. The village is served with a bus route to Truro, both St Austell and Truro are on the main line train route to London and Newquay airport is just 17 miles distant.