A charming two bedroom semi detached cottage in a sought-after rural hamlet.
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The Cottage is an appealing stone-built residence offering flexible light-filled accommodation arranged over two floors and has been sensitively modernised to combine the amenities of modern living with character features including stone walls and exposed beams throughout.
The ground floor accommodation briefly comprises a generous-size front aspect sitting room with window seating, exposed beams and a stone fireplace with a wood burning stove; plus a well-proportioned front aspect dining room with window seating and another fireplace with a wood burning stove. There is also a galley-style kitchen with a vaulted ceiling and a range of contemporary units with modern integrated appliances. An inner hallway with garden access, accessible from both the kitchen and dining room, gives access to a family shower room and a separate cloakroom.
On the first floor, The Cottage offers a good-size master bedroom with an exposed A frame ceiling; and one further well-proportioned bedroom with a vaulted ceiling.
The Cottage is approached over a gravelled side driveway providing ample private parking with a pedestrian gate to the rear aspect and a well-stocked raised flowerbed. The enclosed low-maintenance terraced courtyard garden to the rear offers numerous seating areas and a covered terrace area, providing ample opportunities for entertaining and al fresco dining, together with a useful external store, suitable for a variety of uses.
Tremail is a rural hamlet located near to the pretty village of Davidstow, famed for Davidstow Cheddar and Cathedral City cheeses, and less than 5 miles from Camelford town centre which offers a good range of day-today amenities including boutique shopping, churches and schooling for children of all ages. The popular coastal resorts of Boscastle, Tintagel and Trebarwith Strand are also within easy reach.
The property enjoys excellent communication links: the A395 provides easy access to the A30, providing good connections to the rest of the county, while Bodmin Parkway train station offers regular trains to Paddington in less than four hours. Cornwall Airport Newquay is approximately 28 miles away.
The area benefits from a good selection of state schooling including Otterham Community Primary School and Sir James Smiths School; together with some noteworthy independent schools including Highgate Hill House, St. Josephs and St. Petrocs.
From the A30 westward bound take the slip road signposted A395/North Cornwall/Wadebridge/Camelford/A39. After approximately 0.3 mile at the roundabout take the 3rd exit and at the next roundabout take the 1st exit onto A395 and follow this road for about 9.4 miles. Turn left at the signpost for Tremail/Inny Vale, and follow the lane into Tremail. The Cottage is on the right hand side, opposite the chapel.Read all
- Two bedrooms
- Well-presented accommodation
- Sought-after location
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Tremail, Camelford, Cornwall
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