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4 bedroom detached house for sale
Pembroke Cottages, Pennys Lane
Tenure: FreeholdSet in stunning gardens
Four bedrooms, principal en-suite
Two living rooms and large conservatory
Well fitted kitchen/breakfast room
Spacious family bathroom
Entrance hall with cloakroom and w.c.
Attached double garage
Large modern summerhouse
Oil fired central heating and UPVC double glazing
The property is located in Pennys Lane, a most attractive quiet lane with a variety of mature properties set in tree lined gardens. The location of the property is very convenient for quick access to the coast at Carlyon Bay, just over half a mile away as the crow flies as well as Carlyon Bay Golf Course. The town of St Austell which is the largest in the County offers an extensive range of facilities and is about five minutes drive only from the property and with its good transport links also available for the mainline railway running from Paddington to Penzance. The property is also a short drive only from the internationally renowned Eden Project.
The property has an impressive and private approach over a shared lane then leading to the private gardens accessed through high wrought iron gates and large brick pillars onto the extensive drive and turning area finished in granite chippings. There are neat lawns to each side and attractive outlook over open fields to one side. A stream passes through the garden to one side. A high gate and wall then open into the enclosed side area with space and fittings for the propane gas cylinders and also having a door into a store room of concrete block wall construction. An arch then leads through to the beautiful gardens which have a large area of decking extending a considerable distance to one side with the open fields beyond and with high screen fencing for privacy. There is a area of terrace immediately in front of the house with low walls enclosing flower borders and a second terrace just below the decked area. There is a high area of boxed hedging giving privacy from neighbouring properties on the right hand side with further extensive paved walkways then leading through to the large modern summer house with its double doors opening onto its own decked terrace and looking over the gardens.
Internally the property is accessed through the entrance hall with its substantial timber front door with inlet bottle glass window and having a door to the cloakroom with low level w.c. and fitted vanity basin with cabinet beneath. There is a further opening then leading from the hall into the sitting room which has a most attractive feature brick fireplace and hearth enclosing a cast iron LPG coal effect room heater. There are also open beamed ceilings, the staircase then leading to the first floor and French doors to the conservatory. There is a further wide opening then leading through to the dining room with two shallow bay windows, a stable type and substantial door to the outside with inset bottled glass window, open beamed ceiling, a full width bookshelf to one end and a small pane glazed door then leading through to the kitchen.
The kitchen has a full range of fitted floor and matching wall cabinets with panelled door fronts and with one wall cabinet having leaded glazed front and incorporates a ceramic hob, an electric oven with a ducted extractor hood set in a large housing above. There is a fitted dishwasher, refrigerator and freezer and plumbing and space for an automatic washing machine, eyeball ceiling spotlights and an opening leading to the rear entrance porch with stable type door with inset bottled glass window.
The conservatory is of good size and finished with double skin polycarbonate roof finish and is also finished with Thomas Sanderson manual roof and window blinds. There are two slim line electric convector heaters and double French doors then lead onto the front terrace.
On the first floor there is a spacious landing and the principal bedroom is a large room with dual aspect windows one looking onto the front drive and the second over the garden and with fitted bedside cabinets, fitted wardrobes and matching fitted dressing table and an opening onto the en-suite shower room with modern installations comprising a corner shower cubicle with Dolphin shower fitting, pedestal wash hand basin, low level w.c., curved radiator/towel rail, full height wall tiling, inset ceiling spotlights and shower room accessories.
Bedroom two is also a double bedroom with most attractive outlook over the garden and bedroom three, the third double bedroom also has a fine outlook over the garden. Bedroom four is a large single bedroom with a view over the entrance drive.
The family Bathroom has also recently been re-fitted to a high standard and has a curved bath/shower with curved glass shower screen and electric shower fitting over, fitted wash hand basin and low level w.c. set in cabinets, curved towel rail/radiator, range of bathroom accessories, fitted ceiling spotlights, full height wall tiling, built in airing cupboard enclosing a factory insulated hot water storage cylinder and immersion heater and electric under floor heating.
To the rear of the house there is a small boiler room housing the oil fired central heating boiler and alongside this a pedestrian courtesy door gives access to the large detached double garage with its wide up and over door and with electricity laid on.
The very modest address of this property gives no indication of the beautiful and private home that will be found in these stunning gardens and we would recommend an early appointment to view.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room 16'2" x 9'9" (4.93m x 2.97m).
Dining Area 22'2" x 12'2" (6.76m x 3.7m).
Sitting Room 25'3" x 12'2" (7.7m x 3.7m).
Conservatory 14'8" x 10'8" max (4.47m x 3.25m max).
Attached Garage 16'9" x 16'4" (5.1m x 4.98m).
Bedroom One 18'8" x 12'2" max (5.7m x 3.7m max).
En-suite Shower Room
Bedroom Two 11'3" x 9'2" (3.43m x 2.8m).
Bedroom Three 12'2" x 10'9" (3.7m x 3.28m).
Bedroom Four 9'5" x 7' (2.87m x 2.13m).
Taking the A390 road between Lostwithiel and St Austell, pass through St Blazey and St Blazey Gate. On leaving St Blazey Gate and going down the hill towards St Austell, after a short distance take the first turning left into Pennys Lane. Drive along the lane for a short distance and the access lane to No. 3 Pembroke Cottages will be seen on the left hand side.