This large semi-detached property was historically converted from a working mill. Nowadays this characterful cottage provides a convenient base for large groups.
Tucked off the main road, Sail Loft is decked in cheerful green wood-clad sections with a sprawling spacious ground floor. Step out onto the patio and a private walled garden from the open plan kitchen and dining space, or curl up with a book in the lounge and toast yourself by the log burner. Upstairs houses the spacious master bedroom, while three further rooms throughout the cottage are decked out in soft pinks and maritime hues.
Despite being superbly central, Sail Loft retains its privacy due to being slightly set back from the road. Positioned on the outer edge of Tresco’s main ‘village’ and en route to the Abbey Garden and its abundance of plant species, the cottage enjoys the best of everything.
The double windows in the master bedroom capture views of Tresco’s Great Pool – get back to nature as you birdwatch from the bedroom.
Step up to front door. Ground floor: Entrance hall with stairs; bathroom with shower & WC; twin bedroom; kitchen / diner with patio door to garden; lounge with patio door to garden. First floor: Double bedroom with views over Great Pool, ensuite bathroom with shower & WC; two twin bedrooms; bathroom with shower & WC.
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