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Believed to date back to the mid 17th century farmstead, Seveock has enjoyed recent modernisation and extension by the current vendors to greatly improve what is already a fabulous family home of great character.
As previously mentioned the property has undergone a wonderful refurbishment programme over the years under our current client's ownership but they have been extremely careful to retain as much character and charm together with adding modern touches one would expect from a home of this size
The formal sitting room, previously two rooms, has been opened and combined into one generous size and features a wood burning stove set in a charming inglenook fireplace. The kitchen has been moved into a recent single story extension which now offers the most wonderful views out across your own land. The previous kitchen is now a utility room but could easily be utilised for other uses if so required.
On the first floor there are four spacious bedrooms with two providing en suite facilities. There is also a spacious family bathroom on this floor.
The property is approached via a long private driveway which leads to a spacious parking area. Immediately in front of you is a detached single story building which was previously used as office space for our clients business. There are a number of rooms within this building and therefore this area offers huge potential for a number of conversion ideas. Should anyone wish to run a business from home the space is almost perfect as it is. However, subject to the necessary permissions required this area could be converted into additional accommodation or alternatively used to create garaging or workshop space. There are additional outbuildings running parallel to the office building which are currently being used for storage.
The formal gardens wrap around the entire property and provide a number of pleasant areas to sit out and enjoy the wonderful countryside outlook Seveock has to offer. There are also approx 4 acres of paddock located to the northern side of the property.
All in all this wonderful property must be viewed internally to fully appreciate the quality of the refurbishment programme that has been completed together with the versatility not only the accommodation has to offer but also the outbuildings and workshops.
The property is available with vacant possession and being sold with no onward chain.
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Once the richest and busiest square mile in the world, the countryside that surrounds Seveock is now peaceful and quiet, even in Cornwall's busiest summer months. In the heart of the county, it is just five miles to the surf and cliff top walks of the north coast and ten miles to the calmer seas and sailing waters in the south.
Truro, Falmouth and Redruth form a triangle in which Seveock sits on the northern edge, just four miles to the west of Truro city centre, making for an easy commute to work and school. Private and public schooling along with Truro College, Treliske and The Duchy Hospital are all within an approximate two mile drive. Communications to this part of Cornwall are good with the A30 two miles to the north and mainline railway stations at both Truro and Redruth. Newquay Airport, with regular flights to London Gatwick, Manchester and the Isles of Scilly is twenty two miles to the north east.
Seveock is within easy walking distance of the villages of Chacewater and Threemilestone which both offer a range of pubs, post offices, convenience stores, garden centre and independent bakeries. The villages surrounding Chacewater owe their history to Cornwall's important and prosperous mining heritage and the fine Georgian houses in the area that were built for the engineers and industrialists who pioneered the industrial revolution and the mining of tin and other valuable commodities of the time reflect this.
Chacewater Village - 1 mile, Threemilestone - 1.4 miles, Truro City Centre- 4 miles, St Agnes - 5 miles, Falmouth - 10 miles (All distances approximate)
The following services are available mains electric, LPG Bulk Tank, mains water, private drainage and telephone line is connected. High speed broadband is achievable at this location (however we have not verified connection). A combination boiler provides both the hot water and central heating via radiators on both ground and first floor levels.
Leave Truro travelling west on the A390 taking the first exit at the Threemilestone roundabout for Chacewater, and immediately the second exit at the next roundabout and continue for about 1 mile when the driveway to Seveock will be seen on the right hand side behind a low stone wall.