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4 bedroom semi-detached house for sale
Tenure: FreeholdWith four bedrooms, two en-suite
Impressive sitting room, kitchen and dining room
With attached triple garage
Oil fired central heating and double glazed
Outstanding gardens with brick paved driveway
Within a short drive of Carlyon Bay and the coast
This property is a particularly impressive and substantial converted barn situated in a small settlement comprising the neighbouring barn conversion and a farmhouse and adjoins open country. Visible just outside the property and from the first floor are expansive views to the south and towards the sea.
The property is located close to Par with its good range of local facilities and just under four miles distant will be found St Austell, the largest town in the county with its fine range of shopping, educational and other facilities and Par also has a main line railway linking from Paddington to Penzance. The property is also located within a short drive of the world famous Eden Project at nearby Bodelva and The Lost Gardens of Heligan at Mevagissey a little way along the coast. The most attractive harbour town of Charlestown is nearby and is of international renown due to its Tall Ships and harbour often used for period film sets. About three miles to the east will be found the deep water port of Fowey, a popular stop for cruise ships and well known for its beauty and history.
This property has been designed and converted to exacting standards and has most attractive stone and granite elevations under natural slate roofs. The truly large scale accommodation must be viewed to be appreciated and is approached over a brick paved drive with plenty of turning and parking space then leading to one side to a large triple garage. There are most attractive natural stone hedges dividing this from the neighbouring property with flower borders inset and with lawn and small trees on the left hand side of the approach.
The beautiful gardens are laid mainly to lawns and are well screened from the approach lane by a substantial hedge but is also provided with a pair of gates giving vehicle access into the garden perhaps for garden machinery etc. There is a large terrace to the rear of the dining room and the gardens are full of a range of mature shrubs and small trees, neat flower borders and a small ornamental pond with water feature.
The accommodation is approached through the spacious reception hall with its staircase rising to the first floor, a built in under stair cupboard and is split level then with two steps leading up to the kitchen and sitting room. All the doors in the property are of substantial heavy timber design and a further door leads to the cloakroom with its low level w.c. and wash hand basin and a further door to the utility room. This room contains the oil fired central heating boiler and fitted worktops incorporating a stainless steel sink unit and cabinets beneath and also plumbing and space for a washing machine. There is a further door from the hall leading through to bedroom four which like all bedrooms is a spacious room with beamed ceiling and a door leading through to the en-suite shower room with separate shower cubicle and electric shower fitting, pedestal wash hand basin, vertical heated towel rail/radiator and a tiled floor.
The sitting room is a fine reception room having a magnificent feature stone fireplace with heavy brick arch and a raised wood burning stove unit, slate shelves to each side, recess lighting and a log storage area. This room is triple aspect with windows and a French door opening onto the garden.
The kitchen is most attractively fitted with a large range of fitted floor and matching wall cabinets finished in Shaker style with inset tiled worktops, a fitted one and a half bowl sink unit with brass mixer tap, space and plumbing for a dishwasher, a fitted electric oven with four ring halogen hob and extractor hood over. Set within the island of this room and the dining room with brick arched recess is a fitted green oil fired Aga cooker with twin oven and with breakfast bar to one side and with the ceiling having downlighting. The kitchen opens onto the large dining room with glazed French doors opening onto the rear sun terrace and garden and with a further window, fitted ceiling downlighters and glazed display cabinets.
On the first floor there is a very spacious galleried landing with windows to each end and an access hatch to roof space fitted with loft ladder. The master bedroom enjoys the fine views towards St Austell Bay and has an en-suite bathroom of good size with panelled bath, mixer taps and shower head over, a fitted vanity wash hand basin with cabinets beneath, a low level w.c. and vertical heated towel rail/radiator. Bedroom two is a large single bedroom with built in double and single wardrobes. Bedroom three is a good size double bedroom. The family bathroom is well appointed with a large walk-in shower unit with mixer shower control, a large panelled bath set in tiled surround recess, pedestal wash hand basin, low level w.c.
Externally the triple garage has three up and over doors and electricity laid on and a pedestrian door then opens onto the rear garden.
Kitchen/Dining Room 28'4" x 17'5" (8.64m x 5.3m).
Utility Room 13'7" x 8'9" (4.14m x 2.67m).
Sitting Room 21'8" x 20'9" (6.6m x 6.32m).
Bedroom Four 12'6" x 11'6" (3.8m x 3.5m).
En-suite Shower Room
Triple Garage 26'8" x 17'9" (8.13m x 5.4m).
Bedroom One 17'10" (5.44m) x 10'8" (3.25m) widening to 18'8" (5.7m) into door recess.
Bedroom Two 18'10" x 10'2" (5.74m x 3.1m).
Bedroom Three 16'8" x 11'10" (5.08m x 3.6m).
From St Austell travelling east on the A390 road, go past the Britannia Inn on the right hand side and continue along this road up the hill towards St Blazey. Continue around to the left and at the top of the hill will be found the Four Lords Public House on the right hand side. Turn right off the main road and follow this road for a few hundred yards and then turn right into Lamellyn Road. Continue to the end of the road, go past the school and then turn left into the farm lane signposted as a no through road. Drive to the top of the lane and turn left past the farmhouse and the entrance to the property will be found on the left hand side just below the farmhouse.