Guide price £589,950
AN ATTRACTIVE FORMER FARMHOUSE OFFERING WELL PROPORTIONED ACCOMMODATION AND FINE COUNTRY VIEWS This double fronted Cornish farmhouse was built approximately in the late 1800's, enjoys granite elevations relieved by sash windows under a pitched and tiled slate roof. There are two ground floor reception rooms both with fireplaces, picture rails and bay windows which offer fabulous country views. Further to this there is a kitchen/breakfast room with red Aga and then a large well fitted utility room that provides access to the downstairs shower room. Upstairs there are three large double bedrooms and a smaller bedroom/study, finally there is a very large family bathroom. THE LOCATION Porkellis is a popular rural village, situated in a convenient central location. The village has a public house and primary school. Porkellis moor is one of Cornwall's secret gems, parts of which are a world heritage site. The area is served with a National Trust maintained walking trail which passes through beautiful countryside and alongside delightful rivers. Helston is approximately 4.4 miles distant. The town has a very interesting centre with numerous cafes, public houses, and a range of both independent and chain stores. Other amenities and facilities include a sports centre with swimming pool, primary and secondary schooling, sixth form college, doctors' surgeries, houses of worship and public parks. Falmouth is a popular seaside resort, as well as a fine shopping centre being also home to the Maritime Museum. The sheltered waters of Carrick Roads are popular with sailors and boating enthusiasts alike and there are many sandy beaches along the south coast which are within easy reach of the property. The city of Truro, approximately 13.6 miles distant, is the commercial and administrative centre of Cornwall. It also offers a wide range of shops and stores as well as being a cultural centre with a museum, and cinema.
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