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Tredinnick, Liskeard, PL14
Guide Price, £700,000 For Sale (Freehold)

Property Details

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Charming detached residence in a peaceful rural hamlet, just four miles from Looe and near the coast. It offers light-filled living spaces including a splendid fitted kitchen diner with a Rayburn, ground floor cloakroom with separate utility, lounge and beautiful garden room. The first floor accommodation consists of family bathroom and three double bedrooms with stunning rural views. The property is surrounded by mature grounds with walled gardens for privacy and Includes a versatile garage/workshop along with a separate self-contained studio/annexe offering income potential,.


This delightful countryside retreat, set in a peaceful rural village, emanates timeless charm and character. Just four miles from Looe, a quaint coastal town, the property offers a tranquil escape with a touch of coastal allure.

Inside, the bright and airy living spaces lead to a sleek kitchen diner, fully equipped with a Rayburn stove—perfect for cooking and baking and a cosy lounge with woodburner The splendid garden room, brimming with natural light, provides an ideal space to relax and enjoy views of the surrounding countryside. The home features three spacious double bedrooms with picturesque rural views. Traditional slate and original tiled flooring add to the home's character.

Outside, the mature grounds encircle the property, offering a private sanctuary with walled gardens. A versatile garage/workshop provides ample secure parking, while a self-contained studio/annexe can serve as a guest suite, rental unit, or extra living space for multi-generational families.

Additional amenities include a convenient utility room, a ground-floor cloakroom, and a stylish family bathroom. The property is within easy reach of a charming village with a primary school, a local shop, and a pub with a restaurant, offering a harmonious blend of rural tranquility and modern convenience.


Situated above the double garage and self contained from the main residence the studio or annexe consists of an open plan fitted kitchen, lounge and bedroom with access to a modern shower room. Featuring exposed wooden flooring, a vaulted ceiling with visible beams and spotlights, the room bathes in natural light through a south-facing Velux window, and French doors that lead to a Juliet balcony.

Offering stunning views over surrounding and distant countryside, this comfortable and versatile added living area offers both cross generational and income letting potential as well as being useful space for home working and hobbies.


The property is accessed through a five-bar gate leading to a private driveway. This driveway opens into a spacious courtyard, providing ample off-road parking for several vehicles and access to a double garage. This versatile space, equipped with its own power and water supply, is suitable for vehicle storage, a workshop, or a studio. Additionally, there is a separate single driveway along the side of the house, offering extra convenience for parking or other needs.

The house is situated on level, mature grounds adorned with a variety of trees and plants, many of which date back to the 1920s. A beautifully enclosed walled garden with a level lawn ensures excellent privacy and enjoys ample sunlight throughout the day. Beyond this, the grounds include additional pretty garden areas that serve as a haven for wildlife, featuring a timber summerhouse and a charming pond nearby. These gardens provide the potential to "grow your own" produce, adding a touch of rural charm and sustainability to the property. There is also ample space for garden sheds and greenhouses, enhancing the property's gardening potential. Additionally, a sheltered patio area is perfect for alfresco dining.


Tredinnick is a quaint village nestled on Cornwall's south coast, featuring a well-regarded farm shop and tea room. It lies just about 4 miles from the famous fishing port of Looe, known for its sandy beaches and scenic coastal walks. Nearby, the village of Duloe offers its own charm with a country pub that includes a restaurant, a community shop, a primary school, and a Parish church, all set against a backdrop of picturesque countryside ideal for walks.

The market town of Liskeard, only 5 miles from Tredinnick, offers a broader range of amenities, including town center facilities, a retail park, a major supermarket, a leisure center, a community hospital, and both primary and secondary schools. The A38 dual carriageway is also within easy reach, providing convenient access to Plymouth, Devon, and further into Cornwall.


Tenure – Freehold

Services – Main House and Annexe Mains electricity water drainage, private heating (oil)

Garden orientation – South

Vendors position – No Onward Chain

Council Tax Band – Main House E - Annexe - A

Satnav Reference – PL14 4PJ


From Liskeard centre, proceed out of town on Station Road (B3254), passing the railway station on the left. Stay on this road for approximately 4.5 miles, passing through the village of St Keyne, until you enter Duloe. Continue right through the village, and just before the road bears left, turn right for Tredinnick. As you proceed through the village the the property can be found on the left in a secluded position. The start of the shared access driveway is adjacent to a red phone box.