St Anthony is the flagship of the Regency barn conversion called The Great Office. It is a large and sunny house, with a breakfast conservatory on the east side and a wraparound garden, complete with terraces and outdoor furniture so that you can choose to entertain or relax, in or out of the sun.
Pentreath shares all the best features of The Great Office conversion – notably high ceilings with character wooden beams and a high standard of decor making this house both cosy and modern.
A Cosy Cottage overlooking the fields. This is a wonderful south facing cottage in the Halliggye Iron Age Fort. Super sunny and newly restored, the cottage looks over the fields towards the Goonhilly Downs.
Everybody loves this south-and-west-facing, 18th century cob and stone cottage, with its sun-trap terrace, big garden and wonderful views across the Goonhilly Downs.
Away from it all, in the historic centre of the estate, Fogou Cottage, dating from the 16th century, stands close to the unique underground monument it is named after. It retains its thatched, period charm but has been modernised to Trelowarren standards.
This house is one of the Upper Barn houses and follows the design of Chyreen. It is situated in a secluded position providing lots of privacy as well as beautiful country views. There is a safe garden for children to play in, terrace areas for entertaining and relaxing, designed to make the most of the sunshine, peace and tranquillity.
This handsome three-bedroom property has an enclosed grass garden to the north and a sunken, walled terrace garden on its south side – a natural suntrap.
This is the cosiest of the Great Office houses and is ideally situated near to the main courtyard and the new leisure centre.
Peacefully positioned in the centre of the estate, the thatched Doctor’s Cottage dates from the 16th century and retains its original character whilst being renovated to high modern standards.
Carleen is one of the most desirable and private locations on the estate. Carleen is an historic farmstead, separately listed in the Domesday Book but also incorporated within the ring fence of the Trelowarren estate.