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3 bedroom terraced house for sale

Tregony

Guide Price £210,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Updating Required
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Sitting Room
  • Gardens
  • Sun Terrace
  • Panoramic Views
  • 2 Parking Spaces
  • Double Glazed Windows
  • Electric Heating

Full description

END TERRACED COTTAGE

A charming property currently in need of updating and general modernisation throughout. Situated on the edge of the village and with unobstructed views over the Fal Valley.

The Cottage - This is a delightful and deceptive cottage which needs to be viewed internally to be fully appreciated. Currently in need of updating and modernising throughout. It is the end cottage of just four cottages set adjacent to Tregony Hill leading up in to the village but with unobstructed panoramic views at the rear out over the broad sweep of the wooded Fal Valley. The terrace is believed to have been converted from a building which may have previously been a "poor house" or warehouse connected to the old port and dating back at least 200 years. It is a property of enormous character with accommodation arranged on three floors and complete with two parking spaces and an enclosed garden. It is ideal for a small family as a permanent home or could make a holiday let due to its excellent location on the edge of the Roseland. To the ground floor is a sitting room and kitchen/breakfast room, bedroom one and bathroom to the first floor and two bedrooms on the second floor.

The current owners successfully let the cottage for short periods through Air B and B.

Tregony is a thriving community, sometimes referred to as the "gateway to the Roseland" offering a post office, shop, pub, churches and both primary and secondary schools. The village is easily accessible to the whole of the Roseland Peninsula and hence very much a centre for tourism during the summer months. The city of Truro is about seven miles and St. Austell slightly further. The village also has the benefit of a regular bus service.

In greater detail the accommodation comprises (all measurements are approximate):

Ground Floor -

Front Entrance - With double glazed entrance door leading directly into:-

Sitting Room - 13' x 10'11" - With feature open fireplace with stone surround and wood mantle. Alcoves on either side, night storage heater, beamed ceiling and t.v. point. Double glazed window with window seat.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 13'2" x 10' - With a range of fitted floor and wall cabinets and L-shaped working surface with sink unit and drainer inset. Space for fridge, plumbing and space for washing machine and electric cooker with concealed filter hood above. Larder cupboard at the foot of the stairs, double glazed window with seating and views over the valley and double glazed rear entrance door giving access to the rear terrace and garden. Open beamed ceilings and further understairs storage cupboard.

First Floor -

Landing - 10' x 11'3" (max) - Narrowing to 5'5". Stairs leading to the second floor and cupboard containing hot water tank. Night storage heater, open beamed ceiling and understairs storage recess.

Bedroom 1 - 12'11" x 10'9" - With double glazed window to the front elevation with deep cill. Two cupboards in alcoves and open beamed ceiling.

Bathroom - An L-shaped room with panelled bath with shower above. Wash hand basin with cupboard below and w.c. Open beamed ceiling, heated towel rail and double glazed window with deep cill and panoramic countryside views.

Second Floor -

Landing - With electric storage heater and book shelving.

Bedroom 2 - 10'7" x 9'7" - Double glazed window with views over the valley. Eaves storage access.

Bedroom 3 - 9'6" x 7' - With double glazed window with valley views and eaves storage access.

Outside - Immediately alongside the cottage and with access from Tregony Hill there are two parking spaces. From here a pathway leads through an enclosed garden up to the rear terrace and also the rear garden. Both the side and rear garden are enclosed by fencing and mainly laid to lawn. There is pedestrian access directly onto Frog Lane at the rear. Timber garden shed.

The rear terrace enjoys fantastic views over the valley and this area would easily accommodate a small extension to the house by way of a sun lounge or conservatory, subject to obtaining the necessary planing consent.

Services - Mains water, electricity and drainage.

N.B. - The electrical circuit, appliances and heating system have not been tested by the agents.

Council Tax Band B.

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.


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