Georgian manor house, cottage and 14 acres
Nansough Manor is overlooks a beautiful rural valley seven miles to the north-east of Truro. The main Georgian manor house has light and well-proportioned rooms. It dates from 1792, while the three-bedroom cottage attached at the back has apparently been the site of a residence since the 12th century.
The position of this property was carefully chosen, high enough above the Nansough Valley (the name means green or verdant), to take advantage of the distant views across spectacular countryside.
The house was built as the occasional home of the Earl of Cork. Nansough is on the market for the first time in almost 30 years. The former deputy master of the Fourburrow Hunt formerly lived here and built the three substantial stables.
Nansough Manor is a stunning period residence. The broad entrance hallway has high ceilings and cornice work. Downstairs is a sitting room, dining room, morning room and kitchen with an Aga.
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An impressive cellar offers a huge amount of storage. From the hall a sweeping staircase rises to the galleried landing. The master bedroom has far-reaching views and an en-suite bathroom. There are three further generous-sized bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The stable block comprises a workshop and three loose boxes. The stables have planning permission for conversion to a further three-bedroomed house.