This hillside home for sale sits in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty - and comes with “incredible” views. 

Trewood, in the Launceston hamlet of Rezare, is a contemporary home set into a gentle hillside.

There are picture windows throughout the home. (Savills )

The home is in the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) on the western side of the valley of the River Inny, with views over the Tamar Valley and beyond to Kit Hill. 

The house is of traditional block construction, with slate roofs, local granite and Siberian larch cladding. 

Entering the property, there is an open reception room with an entire wall being a picture window overlooking the valley. 

The house is designed in a contemporary style. (Savills )

The kitchen is fully fitted and has integrated appliances, including a wine fridge in a central island, while the dining area includes a patio door to a wide balcony. 

Completing this level is a sitting room, a utility/laundry room, and a double bedroom with an adjacent shower room. 

The house also has a wide balcony. (Savills )

An oak and glass staircase leads downstairs, where there is a principal bedroom with an en-suite bathroom and a patio door, a double bedroom and a family bathroom. 

There is also an additional bedroom space which could be configured into two rooms. 

The property has its own garage, approached by a gravel driveway bordered by a Cornish hedge. 

The views from the balcony. (Savills )

To the side, there is a level garden described as a “perfect” blank canvas for a keen gardener. 

The property is being sold by Savills for a price of £850,000. 

Penny Bolton is marketing the property for Savills Cornwall and commented: “A rare opportunity to own an energy efficient contemporary home in a designated Area of Outstanding Beauty, Trewood provides stylish family living within a peaceful hamlet. 

“The area is well-connected with some great amenities, including a popular pub and award-winning farm shop, however it is the incredible views that will sell this house, stretching to the Tamar Valley and Kit Hill beyond they are truly remarkable.”