Trebyan is one of a row of south facing ancient cottages with 17th cent origins, set over three levels, just a hop and a skip from one of Kingsand’s excellent pubs.
It has pretty views over rooftops to the sea.
Its character starts as you enter its front door with a 5’8” lintel leading you into sunlight-filled dining room with limestone floor, beams, and multi-fuel stove, through to the galley kitchen with handcrafted oak worktops.
Head up the half-turn stairs to the living room which has an open fire, comfy sofas (one a sofa bed) and back door to ancient back lane.
At this level, there is a dear little single bedroom with another low lintel.
More stairs up to a double bedroom with long views over the village and coast, and a smart beamed family bathroom.
In front, there is a tiny sunny garden with garden furniture for two where more pedestrians and horse riders pass by than vehicles.
Less than a minutes’ stroll away is the entrance to Mount Edgcumbe’s 800 acre estate and the Coast Path.
A gem of a cottage and just right for a couple or small family.
Over three floors - First floor sitting room with open fire. 1 x single bedroom. Second floor: 1 x double bedroom. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor dining room with multi-fuel stove and galley kitchen.