3 bedroom semi-detached house for saleTrewennack, Helston
Sold STC £174,950
Full descriptionA spacious modernised period stone built three bedroom, two reception room cottage of much charm, benefiting from a parking space, generous enclosed rear garden, UPVC double glazing and electric heating. As sole acting agents we wholeheartedly recommend an early viewing. NO ONWARD CHAIN. EPC F36.
Summary Of Accommodation -
Ground Floor - Living Room. Dining Room. Kitchen. Inner hallway. Bathroom. Utility Room.
First Floor - Three bedrooms.
Outside - Front private parking area. Rear enclosed southerly facing garden. Garden shed.
The Property - This delightful immaculately presented semi detached period stone built cottage is situated on the A394, approx two miles east from the market town of Helston. The property has been modernised by the current vendors, presenting itself as a comfortable home and naturally enhanced by the period features. The property offers spacious accommodation, having been internally decorated throughout in a neutral colour scheme, and offers a light and airy ambience, also enhanced by surprisingly high ceilings for a period house. The home has a most attractive exposed stone front external elevation, under a pitched tiled roof, UPVC double glazed windows and warmed by modern electric radiators. The heating is further supplemented during the winter months by the impressive granite built open fireplace situated in the living room. Upon entering the character living room, a door leads into the dining room, which in turn gives access to a modern refurbished kitchen, bathroom and utility room. A door leads from the utility room into the enclosed rear garden. The first floor accommodation offers three bedrooms. The cottage has a delightful southerly facing enclosed rear garden, which is mainly laid to lawn including a gravelled patio area, and flower borders including various established shrubs such as hydrangeas and fuchsia. Garden storage shed, an outside water tap is connected, and a footpath leads along the side of the property to a wooden gate with access to the front aspect.
Location - Trewennack is a small hamlet on the eastern fringe of Helston situated on the A394. The historic market town of Helston stands at the gateway of the Lizard Peninsula which is Britain's most southerly point, which gives access to some of the most dramatic coastal scenery and beaches the UK has to offer. The coastal and inland villages are most picturesque which add to the overall charm of this delightful and highly regarded peninsula. Helston has an eclectic array of individual shops, well regarded schools (both junior and senior) sports centre, doctor's surgeries, pharmacies and a cinema. The area boasts some outstanding walks and scenery nearby, eg Helston's boating lake through the National Trust land towards the outstanding Loe Pool and Loe Bar with the sea nearby.
The Accommodation Comprises -
(All Dimensions Are Approximate) - The property is approached from the main road, with a footpath leading across the private parking area, and up to the front UPVC double glazed door opening into the living room.
Living Room - 4.01m x 3.53m into the recess (13'2" x 11'7" into - A delightful character room featuring an impressive stone built open fireplace, supported by a massive granite lintel, whilst incorporating a cast iron multi fuel stove situated on a stone hearth and complemented by a copper smoke hood above. Window to the front aspect complemented by exposed granite quoins and a window seat reveal. Open beamed ceiling, two electric radiators and ceiling light. Staircase ascending to the first floor accommodation with an under stairs storage cupboard. Painted wooden glazed door to the dining room.
Dining Room - 3.02m x 3.00m (9'11" x 9'10") - Open beamed ceiling. Cupboard incorporating the hot water storage cylinder. A fireplace (no longer in use) incorporating a quarry tiled hearth. Internal window looking into the adjacent utility room. Painted wooden graced door to the kitchen.
Kitchen - 3.51m x 1.50m plus 2.34m x 1.14m (11'6" x 4'11" pl - A modern kitchen comprising a selection of white painted base/wall storage units complemented by dimpled steel circular handles, granite effect melamine work surfaces and multi coloured ceramic tiled splash backs. Inset stainless steel drainer sink fitted with a mono mixer tap. Inset electric cooking hob, with an oven below and a stainless steel extractor canopy above. Electric radiator, loft access hatch, stone tiled floor and inset ceiling lighting. Window to the rear garden. Painted braced doors leading into the utility room and inner hallway.
Inner Hallway - 1.04m x 0.99m (3'5" x 3'3") - Stone tiled floor and painted wooden glazed door fitted with opaque glass leading into the bathroom.
Bathroom - 2.11m x 1.45m (6'11" x 4'9") - Panelled bath fitted with mixer taps and a shower attachment. Pedestal wash hand basin. Low level WC. Ceramic tiling to walls. Electric chrome towel radiator, window fitted with opaque glass overlooking the rear garden. Stone tiled floor, extractor fan and inset ceiling lighting.
Utility Room - 1.91m x 1.73m (6'3" x 5'8") - A double aspect utility room with views over the rear garden. Selection of base storage units, complemented by a melamine work surface with space and plumbing provided for a washing machine underneath. Mono sloping polycarbonate roof, stone tiled floor, wall lighting and a UPVC double glazed door to the rear garden.
Staircase - Ascending from the living room. A closed tread carpeted staircase fitted with painted newel posts, bannisters and handrail to the first floor landing.
First Floor Landing - Storage cupboard, ceiling light and painted panelled doors off to:-
Bedroom One - 3.40m x 3.07m (11'2" x 10'1") - Window overlooking the rear garden. Loft access hatch, electric radiator and ceiling light.
Bedroom Two - 3.99m x 1.85m (13'1" x 6'1") - Window to the front aspect incorporating a window seat reveal, whilst enjoying far reaching rural views over the surrounding countryside from across the road. Electric radiator and ceiling light.
Bedroom Three/Dressing Room/Infant Room - 3.02m maximum x 2.13m maximum of irregular shape ( - This room of irregular size could also be used as a dressing room/infant room or perhaps as an office. Window to the front aspect enjoying countryside views from across the road. Electric radiator and ceiling light.
Agents Note - The above property details should be considered as a general guide only for prospective purchasers. Olivers Estate Agents does not have any authority to give any warranty in relation to the property. We would like to bring to the attention of any purchaser that we have endeavoured to provide a realistic description of the property, no specific survey or detailed inspection has been carried out relating to the property, services, appliances and any further fixtures and fittings/equipment. If double glazing has been stated in the details, the purchaser is advised to satisfy themselves as to the type and amount of double glazing fitted to the property. We recommend all buyers to carry out their own survey/investigations relating to the purchase of any of our properties. All measurements, floor plans, dimensions and acreages are approximate and therefore should not be relied upon for accuracy.
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