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Mitchell, Newquay, Cornwall, TR8

Guide price £1,395,000

5 Beds 3 Baths 1 Reception

REF: TRU200013

PROPERTY FEATURES

  • Sitting Room with Inglenook
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Conservatory
  • Master Bedroom/En-suite
  • Shower Room
  • FIRST FLOOR Four Bedrooms. Family Bathroom
  • THE LODGE – GROUND FLOOR Reception Room with Open Plan Fully Fitted Kitchen. Master Suite. Entrance Hall. Shower Room
  • THE LODGE – FIRST FLOOR Bedroom. Nursery/Study
  • OUTSIDE Formal Gardens. Orchard. Paddock. Large Double Garage. Range of Outbuildings . Wind Turbine

THE PROPERTY

AN ATTRACTIVE FIVE BEDROOM PERIOD HOUSE EXTENDED AND ENHANCED BY THE CURRENT OWNERS. THE PROPERTY BENEFITS FROM A TWO/THREE BEDROOMED LODGE, A RANGE OF OUTBUILDINGS SET IN APPROXIMATELY 4.5 ACRES OF LAND. Lower Landrine Farm has been the family home of the current owners for the past twenty-two years. They added the two/three bedroomed lodge in 2013 providing a superb space for elderly relatives or extended family visiting in the holidays. The main house enjoys well-proportioned and generous accommodation which includes a spacious entrance hall, a reception room and an open plan, fully integrated, kitchen. The master suite is also on the ground floor as well as a shower room that services the first floor. The sitting room features an inglenook fireplace with slate hearth and contains a large wood burning stove and traditional Clome oven. The charm of the room is further enhanced with exposed stone walling. The bespoke kitchen/breakfast room, courtesy of ''Doorstop', Truro, features painted shaker-style units and paneled walls up to dado level. The equipment includes a cream, three door, electric ''Total Control' Aga with built-in dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer and Bosch oven/microwave. This up to the minute design is finished with granite work surfaces and a butler's sink with a swan-neck tap. Suitable space and plumbing has been allowed for an American style fridge/freezer. Steps lead up to bifold doors and into a hardwood conservatory by ''David Salisbury' which splits into dining and sitting areas and enjoys underfloor heating, exposed stone walling with Tregothnan Oak lintel. A delightful water feature has been installed and this is currently home to Koi Carp. There is a door to the rear terrace. From the conservatory there is a stunning master suite which has exposed oak A-frame and ceiling beams with a fitted maple wooden floor, reclaimed from a local squash court. A magnificent en-suite shower room includes a walk-in shower with rainforest and hand-held heads, low-level WC, vanity unit with twin travertine basins and a heated towel rail. Travertine tiles have been used on the flooring and part walls giving the facility a very stylish feel. The first floor comprises four further bedrooms and a family bathroom.