3 Beds
1 Baths

Key Features

  • Three Bedroom Cottage
  • Requires modernisation
  • Parking with Twin Garages
  • South Facing Walled Garden
  • Substantial 0.33 acre plot
  • Rural Views
  • Private Setting

Thornhill is a charming 200-year-old Cornish cottage nestled within a substantial plot, featuring two double garages and an expansive walled garden spanning just under a quarter of an acre. This property holds significant potential for modernisation and extension (subject to relevant planning and building control regulations), offering the opportunity to transform it into a stunning family home.

The Property - Enter through sun-room, leading to a vestibule with stairs ascending to the first floor. On either side are two reception rooms: the main living room, featuring a Cornish stone fireplace, and another providing access to the rest of the ground floor accommodation.

The kitchen, complemented by the south-facing dining room extension, offers a picturesque view of the garden, perfect for easy al-fresco dining. A utility space, hosting the freestanding oil-powered boiler and original coal bunker, provides access to the rear courtyard and loops around to the garden. The recently refitted downstairs shower room features a double walk-in shower unit.

On the first floor, the main bedroom boasts built-in storage, a walk-in wardrobe with restricted height, as well as views overlooking the garden and agricultural land. The versatile reception/study, with potential as a home office offering ample storage, loft access, and garden views, connects to the second and third bedrooms and an upstairs WC. Bedroom two enjoys dual aspect windows and, along with bedroom three, overlooks the garden.

Throughout the property, single-glazed wooden windows with secondary glazing are present.

Externally - Step through the gate into the impressive, well-maintained south-facing walled garden. You are immediately greeted by a meticulously landscaped space, where a central path guides you directly to Thornhill, while another wraps around the garage leading to the greenhouse. Spanning just under a quarter of an acre, this garden boasts a generous patio and lawn area, creating an ideal setting for family gatherings and entertaining.

Parking is ample, with space for a minimum of four cars, and there's a twin garage with a pedestrian gate that provides convenient access to the gardens.

Location - Hendra Croft is surrounded by scenic landscapes and rural charm. Whether it's the lush greenery, the gentle roll of hills, or the proximity to the coast, this location offers a peaceful retreat. Rejerrah is a beautiful hamlet neighbouring the delightful village of Cubert. From its location you can easily reach the glorious sandy duned town of Perranporth and just a little bit further on the mystical magical St Agnes steeped in traditional Cornish mining history. The cathedral city of Truro, which is the UK's most southerly city, is a vibrant centre of shopping, culture and impressive architecture. Within easy access of the A30 which takes you right down to the stunning St Ives, Penzance and Marazion where you will find the impressive St Michaels Mount. Follow the footsteps of pilgrims or boat hop to an island where modern life meets layers of history. With all this you are never far away from all the jewels that Cornwall has to offer.

The town of Newquay is approximately four miles distance from the property and is renowned for its surfing on the famous Fistral Beach. The town also boasts an historic working picturesque fishing harbour and some of Europe’s finest coastline. There is a bus and rail service to outlying areas. Newquay Airport is approximately seven miles Padstow is with twenty three miles and Watergate Bay within eight miles distance from the property.

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