A delightful 4 bed attached riverside property arranged over two levels. Lovely mature rear garden with seating areas having super expansive river views.
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Hideaway House is a unique property sitting alongside the picturesque Tresillian River. The history of the property starts as a former grain store serviced by barges from many of the surrounding farms, the grain was then distributed to the many mills in the area. The property has now been converted into a spacious 4 bedroom attached dormer bungalow. To the rear of the property is a mature garden leading to the water's edge, it is here that you can take in the wonderful views and the abundance of wildlife. You will see numerous birds such as kingfishers, wild fowl and ducks. Across the river is Lord Falmouth's Tregothnan estate where deer come to the river bank and even otters have been seen on occasion along the riverbanks.
As you enter the ground floor the T shaped hallway runs through the centre of the property. Starting with two good size double bedrooms, one of which was previously split into two and still retains both doors, plus fitted wardrobes. The two bedrooms benefit from a separate shower room with a fitted multi-jet shower/steam room with seating and a further separate fitted bathroom complete with a Jacuzzi bath perfect to relax after a hard day at work. This part of the property is ideal for guests when they come to stay. Another useful room is the fitted utility which has the gas fired boiler, space for the washing machine and a range of fitted cupboards. Next is the study, great for working from home or this room could even be used as a fifth bedroom.
Now over to the kitchen, fitted with a variety of units and a breakfast bar finished with solid wood work surfaces. There are also a number of integrated appliances and a range style multi-function oven. From the kitchen you can enjoy views out onto the river and across to the Tregothnan estate. As you enter the sitting room you are immediately drawn to the views of the river from the windows and the large patio doors. This spacious room facing out onto the garden also has a stone fire place with a modern inset stove gas fire perfect for the winter nights. The room expands into the open plan dining areas which again enjoy views over the gardens to the river.
Arranged over the first floor are two double bedrooms both having built-in wardrobes and eve storage space. The larger of the two bedrooms has the views across the river and garden. Sitting between the bedrooms is a fitted bathroom again with river views.
The gardens of this property have to be seen to appreciate the views, size and scope of the garden. As you step out from the sitting room you have an open canopied seating area giving elevated views of the river. Steps take you down to the shaped lawn areas with a variety of flower beds, shrubs, trees and pathways that lead you to quiet seating areas where you can enjoy the wildlife. The garden offers direct water access ideal for rowing boats, kayaks or shallow bottomed boats. To the front of the property is the driveway that sweeps round from the main road and leads to a two bay open car port. A further car space can be used directly in front of the property. Double gates open into the rear garden.
The historic village of Tresillian stands on the western bank of the captivating Tresillian River, which in turn is a tributary of the renowned Carrick Roads offering some of the finest day sailing waters in the county. The village offers a range of everyday amenities including a farm shop, post office and the thatched Wheel Inn. More extensive facilities can be found approximately three miles distant in the Cathedral City of Truro, which now forms the commercial heart of the county complete with a vibrant and well served shopping centre. Truro has a mainline railway station connecting with London Paddington whilst Newquay Airport on the North Cornish coast has a number of scheduled departures to both national and international destinations.
Mains water, drainage, electricity and gas. Broadband is available to the property (speed not tested) To the sitting is an air-conditioning system. Council Tax Band E Please note. There is a flying freehold with the attached property over one of the ground floor bedrooms.
Truro 3.5 miles St Austell 11.5 miles (all distances are approximate)