Recently completed, we take a look at a bespoke new build nestled on the outskirts of Newquay that promises a bright and refreshed beginning.
When it comes to a forever home, we all have a picture-perfect imagining of where we might like to carve out a space for ourselves and impress our unique stamp upon a place we can call our own, but imagine being the very first to live in a house, freshly built from the ground up. The first to hang your coat up at the door, the first to wander through each room and contemplate the perfect interior, the first to turn the key and glance back at a new start.
Tucked away in the idyllic hamlet of Lane on the outskirts of Newquay, an iconic Cornish retreat, Trevow Place presents a stirring new opportunity for a beautifully serene sanctuary, and one property in particular deserves our special attention. Five Trevow Place stands alone as the only detached four-bedroom house in the development, and radiates an aura of individuality and character.
Designed and built by a trusted Cornish family developer, this home boasts extreme attention to detail inside and out, with a wonderful level of natural light that highlights the pristine finish throughout the property. The family kitchen and dining area is flawlessly functional, with plenty of space for a table fit for a family to share a homemade meal, and the lounge invites cosy evenings on the sofa. Both rooms lead out into the enclosed garden through sliding glass doors, a wonderful space for alfresco entertainment all year round. The feature glass and oak staircase, with the charming addition of a Tom Raffield pendant, leads you up to four spacious family bedrooms, with a luxurious en-suite attached to the principle bedroom. The marble tiled family bathroom makes for a tranquil space for those much-needed moments of relaxation.
Built on a sustainable development ethos, and with beautiful external oak cladding and a natural slate roof, the overall aesthetic of the property offers an inviting blank canvas with a touch of character, the only thing left to do is make it your own.
This property is freehold, and is currently on the market for £665,000 with David Ball.