Trelights

High Quality, high specification renovation of an imposing property which has created a 5 double bedroom 5 ensuite home in the delightful hamlet of Trelights set between Polzeath and Port Isaac on the North Coast of Cornwall.

Guide price

£800,000

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Key Features
  • Large Imposing 5 bed 5 bath house
  • Tastefully Renovated in a Heritage Style
  • Original Features such as Parquet and Wooden Floorboards retained
  • New internal heating, plumbing and wiring 
  • New Heritage aluminium double glazed windows
  • New natural slate Roof
  • large kitchen/Living room
  • Central Village Location
  • Close to the Coast, Port Isaac and Polzeath
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Full Description

Merrywood has had no expense spared by Green and Rock developers who have cleverly retained the charm of the original 1950`s building yet renewed everything within the property to provide a stunning home. Great attention to detail has been given when choosing the materials at Merrywood whether it be the thin profile heritage aluminium double glazed windows which replicate the original art deco style or the beautiful new anthracite cast iron traditional radiators.

Trelights is a lovely quiet hamlet which avoids all the busy holiday traffic yet is only a mile from the North Coast. On the outskirts of Trelights is the Longcross, a Boutique hotel and restaurant with great Sea Views and only about 1/4 mile from the property.

Kitchen Dining Area - Open plan with very large dining and sitting space with the dining area set in the feature window. Bi fold doors leading out onto a slate terrace, perfect for BBQ's and Al Fresco dining. Underfloor heating with slate floor. Freestanding log burner.

The kitchen has new shaker style navy blue units with pewter handles and chunky white quartz composite worktops and Belfast sink. Breakfast bar layout. Rangemaster range cooker with extractor and hood set in a chimney area with gas hob. Integrated full height fridge, separate freezer and integrated dishwasher. Built in wine cooler. BTC lighting above island and three Tom Dixon white and bronze Beat lights above the table.

Lounge - Dual aspect room at the front of the house with bi-fold doors leading out on to the slate terrace with views over the garden. Inset log burner. 

3 Double Ensuite bedrooms - Two large double bedrooms and one slightly smaller double all with restored original pine floorboards. Two of the ensuites have grey natural style tiled floors, and flat grey or white metro tiles, the other is finished in natural slate with underfloor heating. All tap and shower fittings are very high quality traditional style chrome made by Hudson Reed. All sanitary ware is traditional style. Shower trays are low profile and shower enclosures are 'frameless' and simple in design. One of the bathrooms has a bath and shower screen. All bathrooms have towel radiators fed from a separate plumbing system so they can be controlled separately from the rest of the house.

Hallway - restored parquet floor with feature lighting, painted in a light grey with white ceilings. 

Utility Room - Slate floor, wood worktops, sink with storage under and boiler. All set up for washing machine and dryer. 

Downstairs Wc- chrome traditional style towel rail, high level wc, wash hand basin and slate floor. 

On the first floor - White wooden staircase leading to the first floor with large velux window providing plenty of natural light. All rooms on the first floor have light grey high quality carpet contrasting with the white walls and woodwork. Hallway leads to 

2 Large Master Bedrooms with Ensuites - vaulted ceilings to create an impressive and spacious area. One of the bedrooms has a traditional cast iron bath painted in Farrow and Ball `Pelt` within, sitting on chrome cast iron claw feet set on a light grey storm oak Karndean floor.

Ensuites have very large 800 x 1700 walk in showers and traditional style basins with chrome legs and taps. All of the bathrooms have LED lit de mist mirrors. Hudson Reed built in shower controls and taps are used again with large shower roses.

The bathroom floors are finished with small white hexagonal tiles and grey grout which looks stunning and gives a modern twist. There are grey crackle glazed metro tiles in one of the ensuites and duck egg blue glazed crackle tiles in the other.

Gardens and Driveway - The house has landscaped gardens on all sides, new pathways around the property and three slate terraces so there is plenty of entertaining space outside. There is a lawned area but the intention is to create a relatively low maintenance space. There is a gravelled driveway with parking for two cars and a turning space.

Technical Specification - 

New electrical system throughout with extensive dimmable lighting. All switches and sockets are flat brushed steel to enhance the finish of the property. 

New plumbing throughout with a new oil fired boiler, new oil tank and very large hot water tank. Heating can be operated via an App to allow remote control. 

The house has been fitted with beautiful new anthracite cast iron traditional radiators, with chrome thermostatic valves. 

New drainage for the whole property.

House prepared for broadband, WiFi and satellite. 

2 High quality log burners, one in lounge and one in in kitchen dining area for additional heating and to add to the ambience of the property. 

Fully insulated with new materials.

New thin profile double glazed aluminium 'heritage' windows to retain the art deco character of the property, finished in anthracite grey. New bi-fold doors in the dining area, lounge and one of the bedrooms to make it easy to enjoy the open space around Merrywood. Velux windows in the roof to add natural light. 

Metal rainwater goods for durability and added finish. 

All of the outside of the house is finished in white render for a clean, modern and low maintenance finish. 

Inside the property all walls are painted white, with the hallway, stairwell and upstairs hall in a light grey. Ceilings are all white. 

Brand new slate roof.

Whilst we as Estate Agents on behalf of the vendors endeavour to ensure the accuracy of property details produced and displayed, we have not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures and fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are connected, in working order or fit for the purpose. Neither have we had sight of the legal documents to verify the Freehold or Leasehold status of any property. A Buyer is advised to obtain verification from their Solicitor and/or Surveyor. A Buyer must check the availability of any property and make an appointment to view before embarking on any journey to see a property. The Vendors have checked and approved these particulars.

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