Resugga Farmhouse is rurally situated about ½ mile to the north-east of the local village of Penwithick about 3 miles to the north of the centre of St Austell. Penwithick offers a range of local facilities and amenities which are supplemented further by the town of St Austell where there is also a station on the London Paddington line. There is a junction to the A30(T) at Innis Downs Roundabout about 5 miles to the north.DESCRIPTION
Resugga Farmhouse presents to the open market a traditional Cornish farmhouse which offers much charm and character which is reflected in its status as a Grade II Listed Building of Special Architectural or Historic Interest.
The western side of the house is beautifully presented to the open market, having been the subject of an improvement programme in recent years, and the eastern side warrants updating and improvement.
On the western side is an Entrance Porch which opens to a fine open-plan Living and Dining Room with an attractive stone fireplace with inset wood-burner, cloam oven, window-seat and slate floor from which there are steps which lead up to a superb Kitchen with window seat with box cupboards under and ceiling timbers. The Kitchen offers a range of matching grey base and eye level units with marble effect worktops, a single drainer sink unit with mixer tap, hob, integral dishwasher, double built-in oven and island unit/breakfast bar, together with space for a free-standing refrigerator/freezer.
At the rear is a well-presented Bathroom with panelled bath with splashback tiling, pedestal washbasin and wc and above, on the first floor, are three good Bedrooms and a Shower Room with tiled shower cubicle, wc and washbasin.
The eastern side of the house is approached via a front timber framed Conservatory, and offers a Kitchen with a range of units, wood-burner, single drainer sink unit and double aspect, and also a Sitting Room with an open fireplace with stairs up to a Bedroom over. There was previously access to the open-plan Living and Dining Room which is currently sealed, but could easily be re-opened if desired. Off to the rear is a Utility Area with a store cupboard and a Shower Room with shower cubicle, wc and washbasin.THE BLOCK OUTBUILDING
To the rear of the house is a fine block Outbuilding with two doors and windows with mains water and electricity connected. This building is currently used for kennelling that could be adapted to a variety of uses - indeed, it is considered there is potential for conversion to create a separate self-contained unit of accommodation if desired (subject to all necessary consents and approvals).THE GARDEN
To the front of the house is a lawn garden with hedge border laid mainly to lawn which opens to hard-standing areas for a number of vehicles off which is a landscaped seating area with useful timber Store with pergola off, and low stone walled further paved seating area. and level lawn to the side which enjoys some countryside views.
At the rear is an enclosed, dog friendly, further garden.VIEWING
Strictly and only by prior appointment with Stags' Truro office on 01872 264488.DIRECTIONS
From the centre of Penwithick, take Hallaze Road down out of the village. Continue on to Hallaze and drive through the hamlet, follow the road sharply round to the left, ignore the turning to the right towards Resugga and after about 20 yards, turn left into the lane where there is a nameplate "Resugga Farm". Drive up the lane and Resugga Farmhouse is the first property on the right-hand side.SERVICES
Mains water, electricity and drainage connected. Oil-fired central heating. Oil-fired central heating to western side of the house. Broadband available.