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3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Polhigey Terrace, Carnmenellis, Redruth, Cornwall, TR16

Under Offer £239,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Countryside View
  • Porches & Entrance Hall
  • Kitchen
  • 2 Reception Rooms
  • 3 Bedrooms & Bathroom
  • Garage & Gardens
  • Field - About 2.32 Acres
  • Field Shelters & Store

Full description

An end terrace well-proportioned country cottage with large gardens, land and buildings. Countryside views. Porches, entrance hall, kitchen, 2 receps, 3 beds, bathroom. Garage. Gardens. Field Shelters. Store. Pasture land. EPC Band E. 2.32 Acres

Situation - Polhigey Terrace is situated in an elevated position just outside the hamlet of Penmarth with some delightful far-reaching countryside views. Penmarth is situated at the southern end of Stithians Reservoir between Falmouth, Helston and Redruth. The nearest village facilities are at Porkellis, Rame and Stithians. There is a water-sports centre at Stithians Reservoir.

Description - 7 Polhigey Terrace is well-presented to the open market with spacious front and rear gardens, hard-standing for a number of vehicles, garage, outbuildings and a pasture field of about 2.32 acres (.94 of a hectare) with field shelters and hay store.

Accommodation - (With approximate room measurements shown on floor plan)

Ground Floor -

Enclosed Entrance Porch - With UPVC part opaque glazed front door, triple aspect, flowerpot shelving, tiled floor and small paned front door to:

Entrance Hall - With radiator, ceiling coving, balustrade stairs off to first floor and tiled floor. Small paned door opening to:

Sitting Room - With wide window to front garden, open fireplace with mantle over and slate hearth, laminate wood effect floor, ceiling coving and radiator.

Kitchen - With matching range of base and eye-level units with rolled worktop surfaces to splashback tiling. Stainless steel single drainer sink unit, space for wide Rangemaster style electric and bottled gas cooker with tiled recess behind, space for standing refrigerator/freezer, recessed wall shelf, tiled floor and archway to:

Dining Room - With radiator, ceiling coving and outlook to rear garden.
 
From the kitchen, opaque part glazed door to:

Rear Enclosed Porch - With UPVC opaque glazed door to outside and door to:

Storage/Boiler Cupboard - With wall mounted oil fired boiler and coat hooks.

First Floor -

Landing - Approached via balustrade turning stairs leading to landing with painted floorboards, trap to roof space and doors off from left to right to:

Bathroom - With panelled bath with electric shower and fully tiled over, WC and vanity washbasin. Double doors to Airing Cupboard with lagged hot water cylinder and immersion heater with storage over. Wall mounted heated towel radiator.

Bedroom 1 - With radiator, outlook to rear garden and distant countryside views.

Bedroom 2 - With radiator, exposed floorboards and views to the front.

Bedroom 3 - With radiator and views to the front.

Outside - To the rear of 7 Polhigey Terrace is an enclosed walled, fenced and hedged garden with areas of lawn with mature shrub borders and intercepted by a concrete path with access to Garden Shed/Utility Room about 145 x 94 with plumbing for washing machine, worktop surface, concrete base and wall shelving. From the enclosed rear garden there is a side door leading around the house to a front garden with areas of lawn and flower beds.
 
Opposite is a timber and galvanised Garage about 16 x 96 with power and lighting, stone chipped car parking to the side for a number of vehicles and beyond a further area of lawned garden with deep shrubbery beds, mature Ash tree and fenced chicken run.

The Land - A short walking distance of about 150 yards to the south-east of 7 Polhigey Terrace is a triangular shaped pasture field with vehicular gated access and a range of Field Shelters about 24 x 12 and 16 x 10 divided into two fields which could be adapted to stabling if desired. From the land there are some superb views and the field extends to about 2.32 acres (.94 of a hectare).

Viewing - Strictly and only by prior appointment with Stags Truro office on 01872 264488

Directions - From Truro take the A39 southwards towards Falmouth. Drive for about seven miles and at Treluswell roundabout, go straight over towards Falmouth and drive for about a further mile to the next two roundabouts. At the second roundabout turn right onto the A394 and drive one and a half miles to Longdowns continuing through the village. Continue onto Rame and on the brow of the hill, just after the post office turn right. Drive down the hill and after about 200 yards bear left. Drive for half a mile and turn right towards Carnmenellis. Drive for about a mile to Penmarth. In Penmarth bear left signposted towards Porkellis and drive up the hill. After about 300 hundred yards, pass a bungalow on the left-hand side and Polhigey Terrace is signed to the left immediately thereafter. Turn left and follow the lane around to the terraces. There are two terraces and number 7 is the first property on the lower terrace there is a number 7 on the front pedestrian gate.

Services - Mains water, electricity and drainage connected. Oil fired central heating. Double glazed. TV and telephone point.

These particulars are a guide only and should not be relied upon for any purpose.


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