A truly superb family home set neatly in 4.5 acres and some of the finest views available
Perched high on the Rame Peninsula on the beautiful coastline of South East Cornwall, above the crystal clear and clean waters of Whitsand Bay. Set in a in private and secluded position, high on the green hillside with panoramic views towards Rame Head and over Plymouth South framed by Dartmoor in the distance. The magical coastline of South East Cornwall represents an extraordinary lifestyle investment, the coastal path is close by and offers stunning cliff walks in both directions. Treskyber is perfect for those seeking the seaside lifestyle, with the rarity of peace and quiet, yet still wanting to be accessible to good communications.
The south coast of Cornwall offers some of the finest water sports and sailing waters in the country as well as many beautiful beaches. For the golfing enthusiast, the popular golf club at Bindown, designed by the legendary Harry Vardon, six times winner of the British Open, is just a short distance away. While 15 miles away, the St Mellion Resort has two Jack Nicklaus championship golf courses and an Elemis Spa set in 450 acres of grounds.
Close by is the village of St Germans with a mainline railway station providing an excellent commuter link with Plymouth (Plymouth to London Paddington 3 hours)Description
Set in an elevated position with stunning panoramic views enjoyed by both the house and the grounds, this substantial family home is protected from the quiet country lane by a five bar gate. The house is approached via a long sweeping driveway with formal gardens either side, which extend to around one acre and are easy to maintain with around a further four acres of pasture and paddocks.
Crossing the threshold an impressive entrance hall welcomes you; all of the rooms boast fine coastal or countryside views, that present the property incredibly with competitors interior design. Spread over two levels with conventionally laid out accommodation, whilst originally a converted barn, today this terrific family home does not convey the usual traits associated with a converted barn of low ceilings and dark accommodation. Treskyber feels like a proper house with light bright well laid out accommodation, with four or five bedrooms and is a fine family home presented in fabulous decorative order.Accommodation
Originally converted in 1986 and then sympathetically improved by the current owners to create a fine family home. Crossing the threshold you are warmly greeted by a vestibule; a perfect place to kick off your muddy boots, that leads to the entrance hall, where the stair case sweeps to the first floor. Turning right is the large kitchen with Aga type cooker, tiled floors, and a good range of both wall and base level modern style kitchen units and plenty of work surface ample space for a large dining room table. French windows lead to a conservatory style breakfast room with stunning views over the gardens and beyond. A spate utility room keeps the dogs and the white goods out of the kitchen. As you would expect from a house of this ilk there is also a separate dining room perfect for formal entertaining.
The Sitting room has access to the gardens via French windows and a further window with sea views, a warming wood burning stove with granite surround and slate hearth.
At the other end of the house is another reception room or further bedroom.
Upstairs there are four good size bedrooms.Planning permission
Planning permission was historically granted in July 2007 for the construction of additionally three stables in the paddock, planning number E2/07/00378/FUL plans are available on the councils website. We understand that these works have started so renewal would not be needed prior to construction.Gardens and grounds
The house stands in level gardens extending to around an acre and are largely level, intersected by the gated driveway and a separate driveway running along the boundary with access the neighbouring property. There are three 12ft x 12ft stables in addition to a large detached garage. To the rear of the property there is a further level garden area with heated swimming pool along with a paddock of approximately four acres with field shelter.Directional notice
In Polbathic village turn right at the pub signposted Downderry, follow the road up the hill. Take the second left hand turn and follow this road until you find the driveway on your left.