2 bedroom end of terrace house for saleRussells Way, Penryn
Under Offer £184,000
- Stone-Faced Cottage
- End Of Terrace
- Private Parking Space
- Central Heating
- Sash-Style Windows
- Quiet Central Position
- No Onward Chain
A deceptively young and most appealing double-fronted stone-faced cottage within a quiet and select 'mews-style' development of cottages, just off one of Penryn's historic opeways, providing well proportioned and recently improved accommodation with timber sash-style windows, gas central heating, rear courtyard and a private parking space.
The Property - Constructed in the 1980's to resemble some of the older cottages in this highly central yet quiet area of Penryn town, this particular cottage sits in an excellent position at the end of a terrace of three, with side access to the rear courtyard which is extremely well enclosed with high stone walling. The conveniently near parking space is a real rarity and asset in this central position.
Inside, a central entrance hall provides access to the living accommodation on either side of the central staircase. The sitting room, which has windows to the front and rear, also leads directly onto the courtyard via a rear door. The kitchen is also double aspect, has a 'Farrow & Ball ' influence and features comprehensive worksurface space, ample space for utilities, large under-stair storage as well as space for dining furniture. Upstairs, a first floor landing with, to the rear, elevated views towards Penryn's upper river and a view over the yacht masts to surrounding countryside can be enjoyed. Two bedrooms, one particularly deep main bedroom, are served by a tastefully updated white bathroom suite also off the landing.
The Location - Russell's way is located off a quiet ope immediately behind and on the lower side of the main street within Penryn's town centre, which connects with the town's free car park (within sight of the front door) and, consequently, enjoys a tucked-away position, yet still within a few moments walk of the excellent range of day-to-day amenities including junior school, church, various pubs, general stores, post office, restaurants, bank, bus and rail services that Penryn has to offer.
The expanding university campus at Tremough is within an approximate ten/fifteen minute walk; Penryn's railway station provides direct access into nearby Falmouth and the cathedral city of Truro (approximately twelve miles), the county's legal, administrative, health, commercial and retailing centre.
Excellent leisure amenities are available in both Penryn and Falmouth including numerous sports clubs, many restaurants, galleries, National Maritime Museum, cinema, sandy bathing beaches, together with access onto the unrivalled day-sailing waters of the Carrick Roads and nearby tree-lined creeks of the Fal and Helford River areas.
The Accommodation Comprises - (All dimensions being approximate)
A slate laid front pathway with stone-edged borders and flower beds either side, lead up to the traditional-style obscured glazed timber front entrance door, opening into the:-
Entrance Hall - A traditional, central entrance area with part glazed timber panelled doors leading to both living areas on either side of the cottage. Stairs rise to the first floor. Wall mounted thermostat for the central heating, ceiling down-light and tiled floor.
Living Room - 2.85m x 4.44m - A delightful, double aspect sitting room with a timber sash-style window to the front of the cottage, as well as a matching timber casement window to the rear, adjacent to an obscured glazed panelled door to the rear courtyard garden. Fitted shelving within a low level recess (formerly housing an electric fire). Radiator, TV aerial socket, telephone point.
Kitchen/Dining Room - 2.58m x 4.44m - Another beautifully light, double aspect room with a timber sash-style window to the front of the cottage and a similar style timber casement window to the rear. The fitted kitchen comprises comprehensive wood-effect worksurface space with a range of base and wall mounted cupboards above and below, with extensive tiled splashback areas in between. One and a half bowl ceramic sink with authentic mixer tap, fitted four-ring gas hob with electric oven under and extractor hood over. Space and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, space for fridge/freezer. Adjustable ceiling spotlights, radiator. Door to the walk-in under-stair cupboard housing the Worcester combination boiler for the central heating and hot water, as well as ample additional storage with fitted shelving.
First Floor -
Landing - Stairs rise from the ground floor entrance hall, with a part galleried landing with timber banisters. Matching doors to both bedrooms and the bathroom. A timber casement window to the rear of the cottage enjoys an elevated outlook over Penryn River's upper creek and moored boats, and distant views towards the countryside surrounding Flushing. Radiator, loft hatch access.
Bedroom One - 2.85m x 4.44m - An extremely deep main bedroom with a timber sash-style window to the front of the cottage with radiator under.
Bedroom Two - 2.61m x 2.35m - Measurements exclude a full height double wardrobe with hanging rail and shelving over, with louvre doors adjacent to an additional cupboard above the stairwell with fitted shelving. This double aspect room features matching timber sash-style windows to the front and side elevations, overlooking one of Penryn's pretty opeways.
Bathroom/Wc - 1.73m x 1.97m - Recently and thoughtfully modernised, this bright white three-piece suite comprising mainly tiled walls surrounding the panelled bath with mixer shower over, pedestal wash hand basin and low flush WC. Centrally heated towel rail, vinyl floor and ceiling spotlights. Timber casement window to the rear of the cottages enjoys elevated views towards Penryn River and surrounding countryside.
The Exterior -
Rear Courtyard - An extremely level, sunny rear courtyard with access around one side of the cottage with a wrought iron gate to the front, this paved area is particularly secure with high stone walling on two sides and direct access from the rear door from the living room.
Parking Space - The property benefits from the nearest parking space to the property, completely private and for the sole use of Number 5.
General Information -
Services - Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected to the property. Telephone point (subject to supplier's regulations). Gas fired central heating.
Council Tax - Band B - Cornwall Council.
Tenure - Freehold.
Possession - Vacant possession upon completion of the purchase with the benefit of no onward chain.
Viewing - Strictly by prior appointment with the vendor's Sole Agents - Laskowski & Company, 28 High Street, Falmouth, TR11 2AD. Telephone: 01326 318813.
Directional Note - Travelling along Church Road from the direction of Truro, pass the Texaco filling station on your right hand side and passing the left hand turning for Flushing and Mylor on the left, take the next right hand turning into St Gluvias Street. Take the first right hand turning into Permarin Road and immediatley left into the towns main car park. Drive up the left hand side which then leads into a private parking area, in which there is a private parking space for 5 Russells Way, the cottage can be found a little further up on the left hand side.
Floor Plan - For identification purposes only - not to scale.
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