A Grade II* listed country house with 14th and 18th century origins has been listed for sale.  

Trebrea Manor, based in Tintagel, could be yours after the site has been put on the market.  

Listed at £2.5-million, the site includes eight bedrooms and six bathrooms, and is set amongst four acres of land. 

Recently upgraded, renovations were overseen by award-winning architect, Simon Conder, while the grounds were restored by landscape architect and Chelsea winner Jinny Blom. 

Approached via a grand gated entrance with a circular driveway, landscaped gardens surround the property.  

Sheltered by established woodland, the gardens have been restored and include a formal gated garden to the front, a terraced garden to the rear that rises to woodland and orchard, and a spring-fed stream.  

If that wasn’t enough, the site has an enclosed paddock, a lawn recommended for tennis or croquet and a sheltered lawn ideal for outdoor dining.  

Once inside the grand property, residents are offered a large contemporary kitchen and breakfast room, with sea views and access to the garden, as well as a range oven with electric barbecue and Teppanyaki oven.  

With a wealth of period features, the property is window into the area’s history. 

However, if the house’s eight bedrooms are full, no need to worry, as included in the sale are two cottages, one two-bedroom annexe and a two-bedroom studio, each with parking and a garden.  

In all, the site spreads across approximately 6,104 square feet (567 sq.m), a location fit for King Arthur. 

Josephine Ashby of John Bray Estates added: “It’s rare to find such a striking period property this close to the coast. Having been meticulously restored with contemporary interiors the future custodian of this stunning house can arrive with their suitcase and enjoy immediate decadence. The buyer that can’t resist a project can make their mark on the unrestored buildings and cottages to provide more flexible if required.”