Period property in a village location close to St Austell

Wed 25 May 2016

The White House is a period property renovated to a high standard, balancing modern style and convenience with traditional charm and period features. 

It sits in a quiet, tucked away spot in the village of Trewoon, which has a shop, post office, pub and easy access to beaches, coastal walks, Eden Project and the bustling town of St Austell. 

The spacious and elegant entrance hall with its ornate tiled floor, sets the tone for the property. Both reception rooms feature large sash windows and fireplaces. The kitchen/diner has a wide archway separating the two areas and there is a useful pantry under the staircase. A utility room has access to a courtyard at the rear of the house.

A circular window floods the landing with light on the first floor, where there are three double bedrooms and a family bathroom. In front of the house are lawned gardens surrounded by hedge and shrub borders and parking for two cars.

Paul Morgan, Negotiator, said: “The current owners have lovingly restored this house and their efforts show. The rooms are large and full of light from the numerous windows and there are many period features including picture rails and original stained glass. It sits in a lovely peaceful spot and is one of those houses you could move straight into.”

The White House has an asking price of £289,950 and is available with no onward chain. Full details are available from the St Austell office Tel: 01726 72289.