Trenance was formerly Newmills Farm House, originally owned by the Enys Estates, a family steeped in Cornish history. Set in a beautiful valley, the 18th century farmhouse became popular with the farming community and workers, with people accessing Kenwyn Church at the top of the hill. At one time it became known as the Travelers Rest, a beer house where locals would stop and drink beer. The building in original form had four walls and the animals would live inside which was a thing at the time, the outline of the steps that ran up the side of the house being exposed during renovations, and its known that Shire horses worked here. As the farming decreased, a riding stables business was established where a lot of the local children learnt to ride. There was also an on site 'Smithy' and in latter years the outbuildings and land sold off to form the hamlet it has now become. Today, Trenance is a three bedroom detached farmhouse set in lovely grounds and incorporating it's own orchard. The house has a large open-plan living room/dining room with a beautiful feature fireplace. The dining room leads onto the large galley style kitchen, an outbuilding and stairs to three double bedrooms and a family bathroom. There is plenty of outdoor space and parking for up to four vehicles. There is huge scope to add value to this property, with a renovation project and pending planning permission for a separate three bedroom dwelling.