Trerose Coombe, Downderry




Price: £375,000
Address: Plot 44 Trerose Coombe
City: Downderry
County: South East Cornwall
Postcode: PL11 3LA
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 2 (1 en-suite)
Garage: Yes
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Overlooking the beautiful waters of Whitsand Bay, Downderry is a summer favourite for many kinds of water sports, including swimming, sea canoeing, sailing, windsurfing and fishing. It is still a working fishing village, so you can purchase mouth-wateringly fresh crabs and lobsters locally.

During the rest of the year, Downderry returns to peace and tranquillity, enabling relaxation and escape from the hustle and bustle of today’s demanding lifestyle.

Simply take a stroll along the quiet beach, visit the Inn on the Shore for a drink or something to eat from the menu, or treat yourself to a meal at the superb blue plate Restaurant in the village centre, where you can enjoy delicious fresh local produce.

The village also has a post office and general stores, and a small primary school with less than 100 pupils. There are five further primary schools less than five miles away and secondary schools are at East Looe, Liskeard and Torpoint.


Trerose Coombe is within easy reach of a wide variety of leisure activities. There are several golf clubs close by at Whitsand Bay, St. Mellion and Looe.

Plymouth City has now become recognised as one of the UK’s most important water sports centres, hosting a number of world class yachting events, and the sheltered waters of Plymouth Sound, Torpoint and the River Tamar offer superb sailing in beautiful surroundings. The National Marine Aquarium and the Plymouth Theatre Royal are close to the city centre.

The superb Cornish coast and countryside are literally on your doorstep. Tucked away you will find charming little villages with friendly local pubs, harbours steeped in smuggling legends, hidden coves and creeks and beautiful broad sandy beaches. There is the whole of the South West Coastal Footpath to explore, the Camel Trail cycleway to enjoy and just across the border in Devon, Dartmoor offers 365 miles of glorious uninterrupted walking, with its high tors, sheltered valleys and ancient prehistoric remains.

Travel connections are excellent. Plymouth is reached via the A38 across the Tamar Bridge, or via the Torpoint Ferry. From Plymouth the intercity train to Paddington takes approximately 3.5 hours. Plymouth also has an airport, and an international ferry port with regular sailings to France, Spain and Ireland. Intercity trains can also be caught at Liskeard in Cornwall. The nearest main line station is in the picturesque village of St. Germans 5 miles distant.



  • Choice of kitchen designs and coordinated worktops
  • Tiled glass up-stand along worktop
  • Inset 1.5 bowl sink and drainer
  • Mixer taps
  • Low voltage spotlights

Integrated appliances

  • Stainless steel double oven
  • Ceramic hob

Interior finishes

  • Light oak veneer or similar internal doors
  • Brushed chrome style ironmongery
  • Choice of floor covering to kitchen
  • Smooth ceilings
  • Woodwork finished in white satin paint
  • Double glazing
  • External lighting to front and rear
  • Terraced rear gardens
  • Stainless steel extractor canopy


  • Contemporary white sanitary ware
  • Choice of floor covering
  • Choice of ceramic wall tiles
  • Shaver points
  • Electric showers with glazed shower screens