Trevalley is a handsome, detached, 18th century cob and stone cottage in the tiny hamlet of Pendoggett on north Cornwall's spectacular coast.
Just two miles from the perennially popular, picture postcard village of Port Isaac and close to the excellent surfing and sandy beach at Polzeath, this cottage is ideally situated for anyone wanting to experience all that this stunning coastline has to offer.
Trevalley is a lovely family home and comprises a generous living room with granite fireplace and a formal dining room which is ideal for entertaining.
Both of these rooms have a multi fuel stove and traditional beamed ceilings.
The large kitchen/breakfast room has been recently refurbished and the useful separate utility area with shower room and bathroom, features interesting 1920's floor tiles.
On the first floor are three pretty bedrooms and a separate cloakroom.
A converted garage houses a Pool Table and Table Football to create an enjoyable games area, perfect for those not so sunny days and to the rear guests can enjoy half an acre of lawned garden, shaded by mature sycamore trees with distant views to the sea at Port Isaac at the far end.
Ground Floor: Lounge. Kitchen. Dining Room. Utility Room. Bathroom with bath, WC and washbasin. Shower Room with shower cubicle. First Floor: Bedroom 1 with king size bed and washbasin. Bedroom 2 double bed. Bedroom 3 with twin beds and washbasin. Cloakroom with WC and washbasin. There is limited hanging space in Bedroom 2.