Crofters is a contemporary spacious home in a quiet rural setting which has been finished to a high standard and features smart technology throughout. The front door, with video entry and burglar alarm, leads to an entrance hall from which a solid oak staircase with glass balustrades rises to the first-floor half landing with access to the utility room and rear door.
The stairs lead on to a generous open-plan kitchen/dining area which is flooded with natural light from the floor-to-ceiling windows and enjoys exceptional views over the surrounding countryside. The kitchen has a range of fitted units, supplied by Moores, finished in high gloss white with black granite work surfaces.
The fully-integrated appliances are by Miele and comprise of two ovens, a microwave, a coffee machine, an induction hob and extractor, a fridge, a freezer, and a dishwasher. This well-equipped spacious kitchen also features a Quooker hot water tap and an electrically operated TV fitted into the worktop.
The inviting reception room with Invicta wood-burning stove opens up into the garden room with roof lantern and bi-fold doors to the garden. Bedroom four, with en suite, also enjoys patio doors that lead to the garden. There is underfloor heating throughout the first-floor reception rooms and radiators to the remaining rooms. Heating and hot water is supplied by an air-source heat pump. Crofters is an extremely energy-efficient home.
On the second floor, the principal bedroom, with en suite, has a vaulted ceiling and also floor-to-ceiling windows which provide panoramic views across the valley. There are two further generous bedrooms and a family bathroom on this floor.
A gated paved driveway leads to an integral garage and covered parking. The rear garden of the property has been cleverly designed, influenced by renowned Chelsea Garden designer, and has low maintenance borders with areas laid to lawn. Steps with low level lighting rise from the garden, leading to a studio, with electric and broadband connection, which has bi-fold doors opening out onto a terraced area and beyond lies an orchard with mature apple and plum trees.
Port Navas home to a popular yacht club, offering both moorings as well as good food, is set in an area of outstanding natural beauty. It has easy access out onto the beautiful Helford River leading out into Falmouth Bay.
With a guide price of £1,300,000, contact Jackson-Stops on 01872 261160 for more information.