- The incredible character and history of this remarkable building.
- Relaxing in front of the fire, red wine in hand.
- The beautifully styled open plan interior – vast for two!
- Exploring the white sandy beaches of nearby St Ives Bay.
The alluring open interior is a far cry from what would have been small rooms and low ceilings in Tudor times. Now a stunning space in which to kick back, there is a cosy sitting area around the large inglenook fireplace and a sleek kitchen and dining area spanning the ground floor. Incredible period features surround you – mullion windows, vast inglenook fireplaces and ancient stone all contribute to the Grade II listing.The mezzanine bedroom is suspended above the living space in the vaulted ceiling retaining the feeling of light and space. To complete the picture the beautiful ground floor bathroom has a freestanding bath and separate shower and his and hers basins.
There is a private sheltered cobbled courtyard at the front of the house, perfect for sunny breakfasts or evening G & T’s. To the side is an area of lawn with loungers overlooking the paddock beyond – heaven.
Trevoole Old Manor is set within the grounds of the owners home (the new manor house!). Surrounded by open countryside and farmland, there is evidence of the old tin mine workings in the area – a clue to the previous residents, a mine captain perhaps.The nearest village is Praze an Beeble where there is a post office and shop, pub and fish and chip restaurant. Hayle, St Ives, Helston and Penzance are all within easy driving distance too offering a wide range of cafes and restaurants, shops and the obligatory supermarkets. For beach lovers, St Ives Bay on the north coast is just 10 minutes’ drive. With three miles of beautiful beaches there is always ample space for all. We recommend parking at Hayle or St Erth and taking the branch line along the coast to St Ives – it’s simply stunning.