Guide price £1,500,000
AN IMMACULATELY PRESENTED PROPERTY DISPLAYING MANY PERIOD FEATURES. WILLOW LODGE ENJOYS EASY ACCESS TO CHAPEL PORTH BEACH AND FINE COASTAL VIEWS TOWARDS ST IVES. Willow Lodge has been greatly enhanced by its current owner. The whole property has been completely remodelled and refurbished and a new sitting room has been added. The house, built with granite elevations, is slate tile hung at first floor level under a pitched and tiled roof. On the ground floor there is a magnificent kitchen/dining room with a rustic limestone floor and bespoke painted ''shaker' units including a range of ''high spec' appliances. Also, on this floor, there is a guest suite with wet room and a further downstairs bedroom/study serviced by its own bathroom. The sitting room, featuring full double floor height into the ''A' frame, has been added to the rear of the property and includes a full height granite fireplace with a Franklin wood burning stove. On two sides of this room tri-fold doors have been installed which overlook the sunken wild garden and terrace, with views out to sea. On the first floor a library, with bespoke bookcases, has been created also with a fireplace and a wood burning stove. A limed oak floor has been laid here and in the Master Bedroom. Both rooms enjoy magnificent sea views. The first floor also enjoys a further bedroom and bathroom. The house is presented in very fine condition throughout and benefits from underfloor heating to the principal rooms on the ground floor (except the bedroom/study). The joinery is a particular feature of the property including the bespoke 11 inch skirting boards, the architraves, the exposed ''A' frames in the drawing room and the internal doors. All of the windows have been renewed. Nearby Chapel Porth Beach, owned by the National Trust, is one of the north coast's most picturesque coves and a surfer's favourite. There are stunning coastal footpaths to Trevaunance Cove to the north and Porthtowan to the south. St Agnes is both an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a World Heritage Site. The village of St. Agnes is a lively community enjoying a wide range of shops, bars, restaurants, a primary school and of course the ancient harbour by the beach at Trevaunance Cove. Truro is the administrative centre of Cornwall and has excellent amenities including good private and public schooling, varied shops and commercial opportunities and a mainline railway station on the Paddington to Penzance line. Regular scheduled flights operate from Newquay Airport to Heathrow with flight times of less than one hour.
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