5 bedroom detached house for saleGrampound
Guide Price £475,000
- 5/6 Bedrooms (Master En-Suite)
- 3 Receptions
- Kitchen & Dining Room
- Family Bathroom
- 2 Storey Former Coach House
- Annexe Potential
- Gas Central Heating
- Grade II Listed
- No Chain
HANDSOME DETACHED GRADE II LISTED HOUSE
In the heart of this sought after village renowned for its excellent community, part way between Truro and St. Austell.
Commodious accommodation extended to over 3,000 sq ft.
Useful two storey detached former coach house with further potential.
Delightful enclosed garden and parking. Sold with no chain.
General Comments And Situation - Penwyn House must surely rank as one of the finest period houses within Grampound village. It is an attractive detached building with a classic symmetrical Georgian facade with central panelled door, traditional sliding sash windows and attractive Cornish stone elevations. Not surprisingly it is Grade II Listed. The house is located along Fore Street, which is the main thoroughfare through the village, on the corner to Creed Lane. The accommodation is extremely spacious, ideal for family living and extends to over 3,000 sq ft over two floors. The house is thought to have been built in the early 1800's with the rear wing added at a later date probably towards the end of the 19th Century. There is a very private rear garden which enjoys a sunny aspect, parking and a very attractive detached two storey former coach house which has huge potential for a variety of uses and currently has a ground floor workshop which could easily become a garage and a first floor room which has been dry lined, therefore ideal for a home office or alternatively converted into a separate holiday cottage or annexe subject to gaining necessary consent. The house has very versatile accommodation including two staircases and includes 5/6 bedrooms on the first floor. The master bedroom has an en-suite and there is a large family bathroom with free standing roll top bath and separate shower cubicle. The sixth bedroom has level access into the rear garden. The ground floor includes a wide entrance hall, two large reception rooms at the front, study, utility, cloakroom, spacious dining room and kitchen/breakfast room. All of the rooms are of a good proportion with high ceilings and many wonderful period features remain including window shutters, slate flagged floors in the dining room, feature fireplaces in both reception rooms and a lovely turning staircase. The house could easily be reconfigured to provide a separate annexe and as there are two staircases this would be very simple to arrange. The enclosed garden enjoys privacy and there is off street parking directly accessed from Creed Lane via double solid gates. Penwyn House has gas central heating and will be sold with no onward chain.
Grampound is a thriving community part way between the Cathedral city of Truro and the market town of St. Austell. Everyday facilities include a village general store and post office, public house, primary school, doctors surgery, community village hall and a Chinese restaurant. A regular bus service connects both Truro and St. Austell where there is a wider range of facilities. Secondary schools in the area include The Roseland at Tregony and Brannel at St Stephen. Main line railway stations can be found at Truro or St Austell.
In greater detail the accommodation comprises (all measurements are approximate):
Entrance Hall - Turning staircase to first floor with storage below, feature archway, solid wooden floor, night storage heater, partly glazed stable door leading to rear.
Cloakroom - Low level w.c., wash hand basin, window to rear and shelf.
Sitting Room - 4.98m x 4.11m (16'4" x 13'6") - Feature fireplace with wooden surround and mantle. Slate hearth, shelf and fire breast recesses with shelves and cupboards. Large sliding sash window to front with window shutters and timber panel below. Painted wooden floor. Radiator. Two wall lights and t.v. point.
Lounge - 5.26m x 4.14m (17'3" x 13'7") - Feature open fireplace with wood surround, mantle, tiled floor and large sliding sash window to front with window shutters. Book shelves on two walls and shelves in fire breast recesses.
Study/Playroom - 3.58m x 3.56m (11'9" x 11'8") - Window overlooking the rear courtyard, coved ceiling, former fireplace with shelves in fire breast recess, door to:-
Utility Room - 3.56m x 5.13m (11'8" x 16'10") - Half glazed door to rear and sliding sash window. Quarry tiled floor. Brittany gas fired boiler, open beamed ceiling, base and eye level kitchen units, single stainless steel sink and double drainer with tiled splashback.
Dining Room - 5.84m x 3.58m (19'2" x 11'9") - High ceilings with exposed beams, slate flagged floors, open fireplace with wooden surround and unusual wooden panel over with carved detailing. Window to side with window blinds, two radiators, glass display built-in cupboard with further storage below. Deep shelved full height cupboard split into two. Door opening to:-
Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 5.97m x 3.81m (19'7" x 12'6") - Fitted with a range of base and eye level kitchen units including two display cabinets and corner curved cupboard. Slate flagged and terracotta tiled flooring. Double enamel sink, wood and slate worktops, space and plumbing for dishwasher, gas hob, double electric oven, space for fridge and further base units with solid wood worktops and tiled splashback, built-in bookcase. Bay window overlooking the rear courtyard. Half glazed stable door and sliding sash window with same aspect. Spotlights. Secondary staircase leading to first floor.
First Floor -
Landing - Sliding sash window overlooking the rear courtyard and garden, radiator, interesting period panelled wooden panel wall.
Bedroom 1 - 4.50m x 4.19m (14'9" x 13'9") - Sliding sash window to front, built-in wardrobes, feature fireplace with cast iron grate and wooden surround, shelved cupboard in recess and picture rail.
En-Suite - A modern white suite comprising low level w.c., wash hand basin with tiled splashback, double shower cubicle with sliding curved shower screen and fully tiled surround, sliding sash window to side.
Bedroom 2 - 3.25m x 3.18m (10'8" x 10'5") - Sliding sash window overlooking the front elevation, vanity sink unit with double cupboard below and tiled splashback. Picture rail, wall mounted light.
Bedroom 3 - 4.47m x 4.17m (14'8" x 13'8") - Fireplace with wooden surround and mantle over, double built-in wardrobe with storage cupboards over, picture rail, sliding sash window to front, night storage heater. Door opening to walk-in:-
Dressing Room - 3.66m x 2.13m (12' x 7') - With potential for en-suite if required. Window to side.
Bedroom 4 - 3.84m x 3.33m (12'7" x 10'11") - Sloping ceilings therefore maximum measurements. Open beamed ceiling and window to rear.
Bathroom - 3.66m x 3.15m (12' x 10'4") - A spacious room with white suite comprising free standing cast iron roll top bath, low level w.c., pedestal wash hand basin, separate corner shower cubicle with glazed shower screen, fully tiled surround and Mira shower. Slate tiled floor, heated towel rail, radiator, loft access, one exposed stone wall and extractor fan. Sliding sash window to rear. With window blinds. Door opening to:-
Rear Landing - Secondary staircase down to kitchen/breakfast room and access to:-
Bedroom 5/Study - 3.25m x 2.77m (10'8 x 9'1) - Sliding sash window overlooking the rear courtyard. Airing cupboard with factory lagged hot water cylinder and shelves. Vaillant gas fired central heating boiler and door opening to:-
Bedroom 6 - 3.94m x 1.96m (12'11" x 6'5") - Door leading to rear garden, two windows, open beamed ceiling and radiator.
Outside - At the front is a raised paved terrace with stone retaining wall and a brick path leads to the front door. At the rear and accessed through double wooden gates from Creed Lane is a bricked courtyard which could provide parking. There is access from here into the kitchen/breakfast room via a stable door with storm porch as well as the utility room and hall. Steps lead up to the enclosed garden and there are several outside lights. A very attractive two storey former Coach House has huge potential and is currently used as a workshop with first floor office. However this building has further potential to convert into a separate annexe/holiday let subject to gaining the necessary consent or could easily become a garage with workroom over, perfect as a home office. The first floor room has been dry lined. The ground floor has a cobbled floor, window to side, exposed beam, light and power and a single pedestrian doorway leads from the courtyard although the opening is a lot larger and therefore garage doors could be installed if required.
The rear garden is private and enjoys a sunny aspect with deep well stocked flower beds and many interesting shrubs and plants including camellias, eucalyptus tree, maple, mahonia and level lawn. Steps lead to a sun terrace which provides plenty of sitting out space with direct access from the sixth bedroom.
Services - Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected. Mains gas fired central heating.
N.B - The electrical circuit, appliances and heating system have not been tested by the agents.
Viewing - Strictly by Appointment through the Agents Philip Martin, 9 Cathedral Lane, Truro, TR1 2QS. Telephone: 01872 242244 or 3 Quayside Arcade, St. Mawes, Truro TR2 5DT. Telephone 01326 270008.
Directions - Proceed into Grampound village from the Truro direction and Penwyn House is easily recognised on the right hand side on the corner to Creed Lane.
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