A charming and sympathetically restored 4 bedroom country farm house presented to the highest standards throughout with far reaching rural views located within a secluded rural setting
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Satis House is a beautifully restored 4 bedroom detached farm house located in a rural setting surrounded by its own gardens and grounds providing the most breathe taking far reaching rural views across the valley and beyond. The property has undergone a painstaking refurbishment program by our vendors in recent years with a complete overhaul of the electrics, wiring, plumbing and heating system together with the demolishment and rebuilding of many of the internal walls and finally the complete re decoration of every single room.
Set in an elevated position, Satis House is approached via a long private drive which sweeps around to a beautiful central turning circle laid mainly to lawn and access to the porch is via a few small steps to the front door. The property is entered into a light and airy entrance hallway which provides access to the ground floor accommodation. An impressive staircase rises to the first floor with feature polished concrete wall and polished stainless steel hand rails. The main reception room is flood with natural light due mainly to the large sash windows capturing impressive far reaching rural views. To one end is a open fireplace with inset wood burner and polished concrete surround and chimney breast. Hardwood flooring runs throughout this impressive space with high ceilings and impressive decor adding to the character and charm of the property.
The kitchen area has been fitted in a modern contemporary style with high gloss wall mounted units compliments by polished concrete work surfaces and splash backs. Limestone flooring runs the length of the kitchen / dining area and conservatory adding to the high quality finish and look of the property. Within the kitchen area french doors lead to the sun terrace and gardens whilst Velux roof windows flood the area with natural light. The dining area is located just off the kitchen and again is a light and spacious location with easy access to the kitchen and reception room. The conservatory / sun room, located next to the dining area, is a spacious room with french doors leading to the sun terrace and gardens. The conservatory is located in the right location as it is south facing and set within a location at the rear of the property offering total privacy.
Completing the accommodation on the ground floor is a cloakroom / wc and a separate utility room, with rear courtesy door leading to the gardens and grounds. The utility room provides plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer together with a sink and drainer and various storage cupboards.
At first floor level there are 4 bedrooms and a family bathroom. The master bedroom provides en suite bathroom facilities. Very much like the ground floor the entirety of the first floor has been completely refurbished in recent years and is now presented to the highest quality throughout. Externally the property is approached over its own private driveway which sweeps through open pastureland arriving at a central circular turning area with various areas designated for parking. The formal gardens and grounds wrap around the property and are mainly laid to lawn. Within the grounds there are a number of outbuildings and workshops which are ideal for the storage of garden furniture or machinery.
Located just south of Polgooth and the west of London Apprentice. The village of Polgooth offers a popular local pub, post office and general stores whilst at the nearby St. Mewan there is a primary school and parish church. The property is also well placed for access to the south Cornish coast and much of the land in the area is owned and protected by the National Trust. Well known local attractions in the area include the Eden Project, Lost Gardens of Heligan, the quaint harbour side village of Mevagissey and Charlestown as well as the beaches at Pentewan, Carlyon Bay and Porthpean. The nearest beach is a twenty minute bicycle ride along the Pentewan cycle trail. The town of St. Austell is less than three miles from the property whilst the city of Truro with its fine shopping centre is about thirteen miles away. Both offer a wide range of daily facilities including secondary schools and supermarkets. There is a main line railway link to London (Paddington) from Truro and St. Austell.
The following services are available mains electric,metered mains water, mains drainage and telephone line is connected (however we have not verified connection). Combination boiler providing both the hot water and central heating via radiators on both ground and first floor levels via oil fired central heating.