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4 bedroom detached house for sale


Sold STC £415,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 3/4 Bedrooms
  • Dining Room
  • Study/Bedroom 4
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Bathroom & Shower Room
  • Integral Garage & Parking
  • Sitting Room
  • Oil Central Heating
  • Annexe
  • Planning for Double Garage

Full description

In a popular village setting on the very edge of the Roseland Peninsula. Beautifully presented throughout.
A rare opportunity. Viewing essential.

A very rare opportunity to purchase a spacious family home with detached annexe or holiday let in a popular village setting close to primary and secondary schools and within close proximity of sandy beaches and the south Cornish coast. The house has been transformed by the owners in recent years and is beautifully presented throughout and a lot larger than apparent from outside. Improvements include a newly fitted kitchen with Neff built in appliances, fantastic loft conversion creating three double bedrooms and luxurious en-suite bathroom and shower room on the first floor and the addition of a breakfast room off the kitchen ideal for modern day living. In addition there is an integral garage, separate dining room, study/fourth bedroom, sitting room, utility room and cloakroom which could also become a ground floor bathroom if required. The property is oil fired centrally heated with double glazed windows throughout. Located at the rear behind the main dwelling is a detached single storey annexe or holiday cottage which is currently let out on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy (currently yielding £500 per calendar month) but would also be ideal as an annexe for a dependent relative. An attractive brick driveway provides parking for several vehicles and there are front and rear enclosed gardens. There is an integral garage and in addition planning has been granted (planning ref: PA16/06789) for the erection of a double garage.

Tregony is a thriving community with a good range of village facilities including general store, post office, public house, restaurant, Church, primary and secondary schools and a wide range of social activities. The village is easily accessible to the whole area of the Roseland Peninsula which is recognised as being an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and subsequently a much sought after residential area. The city of Truro is approximately eight miles distant and St. Austell slightly further.

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

Half glazed entrance door leading to:-

Rear Entrance Hall - 2.34m x 2.08m - Also used as a utility room. Stable entrance door. Plumbing and space for washing machine. Airing cupboard housing the combination oil fired boiler. Radiator. Window overlooking rear garden, storage cupboard, coved ceiling. Door to kitchen and cloakroom.

Cloakroom - A modern white suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin and low level w.c. Tiled floor, radiator, built-in mirror fronted storage cupboards. Panelling to dado height. Two windows to rear.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 4.27m x 3.00m plus 6.05m x 2.08m (14' x 9'10 plus - A fabulous family room with quality kitchen and dining area which opens onto a private enclosed patio. Excellent range of both base and eye level kitchen units with pelmet lighting, integral appliances including two Neff ovens, Neff induction hob with extractor hood over, warming drawer, microwave, Bosch fridge and freezer, Hotpoint integral dishwasher. Kardean timber effect flooring, spotlights, coved ceiling, radiator, telephone point. Three high level windows, French doors open onto side patio and window to front. Feature low level lighting.

Sitting Room - 4.75m x 4.24m (15'7 x 13'11) - (Measured into window bay). Contemporary wood burning stove, telephone and t.v. points, radiator, coved ceiling. Kardean wood effect flooring.

Dining Room - 4.22m x 3.51m - (Also measured into window bay). Telephone and t.v. points, radiator, coved ceiling.

Study/Bedroom 4 - 3.35m x 2.34m - With window to rear, radiator, coved ceiling, telephone and t.v. points.
Door to:-

Integral Garage - 6.20m x 3.30m - Electric up and over garage door. Light and power connected. Window to front.

First Floor -

Landing - Loft access, radiator.

Bedroom 1 - 4.29m x 3.00m - Velux roof light, spotlights, t.v. point and radiator. Built in wardrobes.

En-Suite Bathroom - 3.94m x 2.24m (12'11 x 7'4) - A modern white suite comprising freestanding bath, separate shower cubicle, low level w.c., built in sink with cupboards. Velux window. Heated towel rail, extractor fan, spotlights.

Bedroom 2 - 3.66m x 3.20m - (Maximum measurements due to sloping ceiling). Window overlooking the village and enjoying countryside views beyond. Radiator. T.V. and telephone points, built-in wardrobes, storage in eaves and spotlights.

Shower Room - Quality white suite comprising low level w.c., shower cubicle, built in wash hand basin with cupboards below, heated towel rail, mirror with side lights and Bluetooth connection, frosted window to front, spotlights, extractor fan.

Bedroom 3 - 3.99m x 3.81m - (Maximum measurements due to sloping ceiling). A twin aspect room with windows overlooking the rear and side with views of the Parish Church. Radiator, spotlight, t.v. point. Built-in wardrobes.

Outside - At the rear a very attractive brick driveway provides parking for several cars and access to the integral garage. A path leads to the rear entrance and utility with outside light. Beyond the driveway is an enclosed garden with level lawn and patio providing a very pleasant sitting out space. A side gate leads to an additional terrace accessed from the kitchen providing ample space for sitting out and a further gate leads to the front garden.
Planning permission has been granted for a detached double garage where there is currently a store.

Hartlea Cottage - Built to a very high standard in 2009 and currently rented out on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy for £500 per calendar month. Alternatively ideal as a separate annexe for a dependent relative. A gently sloping brick paved ramp leads into the large open plan:-

Lounge And Kitchen - 6.63m x 4.50m - A good selection of both base and eye level kitchen units with granite effect worktops with tiled splashback, Creda double oven with extractor hood over, space and plumbing for washing machine. Solid oak floor, window to side. The sitting area has a t.v. point, dimplex electric wall mounted heater, two uplighters, spotlight, ceiling light.

Bedroom - 4.50m x 2.74m - Double wardrobes, wall mounted panel heater, window to rear, loft access.

Shower Room - Modern white suite comprising double shower unit with power shower over, low level w.c., vanity sink unit, spotlights, extractor fan and heated towel rail. Beyond the holiday home is an enclosed sun terrace.

Services - Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected. Oil 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. Fax: 01872 264007 or 3 Quayside Arcade, St. Mawes, Truro TR2 5DT. Telephone 01326 270008.

Directions - Proceed into the village of Tregony and Hartlea will be found at the top of the village on the left hand side by the Parish Church.

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03 November 2016


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