4 bedroom detached house for saleRuan Minor, Helston
A gorgeous, exceptionally broad fronting, four double bedroom, three reception room, four bath/shower room, detached period house of immense character, offering spacious well presented accommodation throughout, together with ample private off road parking. The property is located in the near coastal village of Ruan Minor, and the iconic Cadgwith Cove is nearby. As sole agents we most thoroughly recommend an early viewing to appreciate this quality home. EPC D57.
Summary Of Accommodation -
Ground Floor - Entrance Hallway. Living Room. Dining Room. Inner Hallway. Cloakroom. Third reception room/Study. Second entrance porch. Kitchen/breakfast room. Utility Room. Master Bedroom with En Suite.
First Floor - Three double bedrooms all fitted with en suite facilities. Landing.
Outside - Enclosed garden. Private off road driveway providing ample parking. Outside boiler room.
The Property - A wonderful opportunity for a discerning purchaser to aquire a gorgeous 'chocolate box' quintessential character thatched cottage . A beautifully presented, and exceptionally spacious four double bedroom (all fitted with en suite facilities) three reception room character period house of immense charm and ambience. The residence has early 19th century origins, and has been dramatically extended over the years to provide a fabulous spacious character home of much style. The residence has incredibly attractive 'eye catching' architectural elevations, and will undoubtedly appeal to a wide spectrum of potential buyers such as early retirement, investment, potential bed/breakfast, and family purchasers alike wishing to reside in this beautiful near coastal location. The vendors have owned the property for approximately twelve years, and during their tenure have previously used the home as a successful bed and breakfast business. The property has part exposed stone/painted rendered external elevations, under a thatched roof, wooden framed double glazed windows and warmed by an oil fired central heating system. The heating is further boosted during the winter months by a multi fuel stove located in the living room, together with an impressive oil fired Aga in the kitchen naturally generating copious amounts of residual warmth. A plethora of period internal features include heavily open beamed ceilings, a feature stone built fireplace, iroko doors fitted with wrought iron handles/latches, together with some exposed granite/stone walls adding to the ambience of this delightful home. The property has been stylishly internally painted throughout in a neutral colour scheme. The accommodation is extremely versatile, and could potentially provide a self contained annexe (subject to planning permission) for a dependent relative by simply amalgamating the utility room (converting it into a kitchenette) with access into the main ground floor bedroom and garden. The enclosed garden is a lovely feature to the property, mainly laid to lawn with extensive well stocked borders providing much natural colour, and incorporating a variety of specimen plants. There is a side paved patio, which is an ideal place to dine out during the summer months. A rear garden gate leads out onto the pedestrian public footpath, and the home offers an impressive sweeping gravelled driveway, providing ample private off road parking.
Location - Ruan Minor is a delightful rural near coastal village located amongst some superb countryside, nestling beside the iconic communities of Lizard, Cadgwith, Kuggar and St Ruan. The village offers a well respected local shop, church and an excellent primary school. The iconic destination of Cadgwith must surely be considered as one of the most picturesque and authentic Cornish fishing villages, epitomising this gorgeous setting with classic colour washed thatched cottages spilling down each side of the valley to the beach below. Cadgwith is located on the eastern side of the Lizard peninsula, and enjoys mesmerising views with fishing boats drawn up the beach and out across the cove. The village has an iconic pub where the Cadgwith singers perform genuine Cornish sea shanties most Friday evenings, further enhancing this delightful charismatic venue. The nearby stunning Cornish footpath enjoys some of the most dramatic coastal scenery the UK has to offer. In recent times, the village has enjoyed much media coverage on national TV and major film work highlighting this gem of a traditional fishing village.
The Accommodation Comprises -
(All Dimensions And Floor Plans Are Approximate) - A pair of wooden gates open onto the large gravelled driveway leading to the storm porch with the front wooden glazed door opening into the entrance hallway.
Entrance Hallway - Open beamed ceiling, radiator and ceiling light. Staircase ascending to the first floor accommodation. Doors off to the:-
Living Room - 5.77m x 3.66m (18'11" x 12') - A beautiful charismatic triple aspect room with 18th century origins, featuring an impressive open beam ceiling, together with a feature stone built fireplace, incorporating a multi fuel stove situated on a stone hearth and a slate mantle shelf above. Feature exposed stone wall, two radiators, wall lighting and TV point.
Dining Room - 4.19m x 3.71m reducing to 2.79m (13'9" x 12'2" red - Large window overlooking the front aspect. Impressive open beam ceiling, under stairs storage cupboard, a further inset wall cupboard, radiator and wall lighting.
Inner Hallway - Open beam ceiling, tiled floor and ceiling lighting. Door to cloakroom and opening leading into the third reception room/study.
Cloakroom - 1.47m x 0.79m (4'10" x 2'7") - Low level WC. Wash hand basin. Window, vinyl floor and ceiling light.
Third Reception Room/Study - 5.82m x 2.62m (19'1" x 8'7") - A very useful double aspect third reception room. Open beam ceiling, storage cupboard, ceramic tiled floor, radiator, wall and ceiling lighting. Wooden glazed stable door to secondary front entrance porch.
Secondary Front Entrance Porch - 2.87m x 1.09m (9'5" x 3'7") - Wooden stable door to front driveway. Windows and tiled floor.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 5.03m x 4.52m maximum (16'6" x 14'10" maximum) - A stunning bespoke and beautifully equipped kitchen, built by Treyone of Truro. A generous selection of cream painted base/wall storage units, complemented by a granite effect work surface and a Corian double sink fitted with a mono mixer tap and drainer. A fabulous feature to the kitchen is the impressive black enamelled oil fired Aga with a feature weathered oak lintel above supported by exposed brickwork piers. Integrated appliances incorporating a fridge, freezer and dishwasher. Inset six burner LPG hob with an electric extractor canopy above. Integrated high level 'Neff' double oven. Built in larder cupboard, ceramic tiled floor and inset ceiling lighting. Door to the utility room.
Utility Room - 2.34m x 2.29m (7'8" x 7'6") - 'Belfast' style sink fitted with a mono mixer tap and storage cupboard below. Space and plumbing provided for a washing machine. Space provided for a tumble drier. Ceramic tiled floor, extractor fan, loft access hatch (access ladders fitted) and ceiling lighting. Wooden double glazed door to the garden and a door opening into the master bedroom.
Bedroom One With En Suite - 4.57m x 3.10m plus 2.49m x 1.04m (15' x 10'2" plus - A generous light and airy master bedroom, with windows and glazed doors providing another separate entrance overlooking the garden. Built in wardrobe fitted with sliding mirrored doors. TV point, smoke detector, wall and ceiling lighting. Door to en suite.
Bedroom One En Suite - 2.67m x 2.41m (8'9" x 7'11") - A superb four piece suite comprising a panelled bath, corner shower unit fitted with glazed screen doors, low level WC, and a wash hand basin fitted with a mono mixer tap, tiled splash back, vanity unit with storage cupboard below. Heated chrome towel rail, window fitted with opaque glass, extractor fan and ceiling light.
Staircase - Ascending from the entrance hallway, complemented by a low level window naturally illuminating the staircase area. A closed tread carpeted staircase fitted with a handrail ascending to the first floor landing.
First Floor Landing - Loft access hatch (with fitted ladder). Windows, radiator, and two storage cupboards (one incorporating the hot water cylinder). Quality iroko doors leading off to:- :-
Bedroom Two - 4.39m x 2.82m plus 2.97m x 1.70m maximum (14'5" x - A double aspect 'L' shaped bedroom overlooking the front aspect. Storage cupboard, vanity unit, two radiators, TV point and ceiling lighting. Door to en suite.
Bedroom Two En Suite - 2.97m x 1.70m (9'9" x 5'7") - A four piece white suite comprising a panelled bath fitted with a mixer tap, low level WC, shower unit fitted with folding screen doors, and a pedestal wash hand basin fitted with a mixer tap and an illuminated mirror above. Two windows to the rear aspect. Vinyl floor, towel rail radiator and ceiling lighting.
Bedroom Three - 4.34m x 3.15m maximum plus 1.63m x 0.79m approx (1 - An 'L' shaped bedroom with a window overlooking the front aspect. Feature exposed structural hip timbers to ceiling. Radiator, TV point, wall and ceiling lighting.
Bedroom Three En Suite - 2.95m x 1.78m (9'8" x 5'10") - A white three piece suite comprising a shower unit fitted with a sliding screen door. Contemporary wash hand basin fitted with a mixer tap, an illuminated mirror above and ceramic tiled splash back. Chrome towel radiator, vinyl floor, extractor fan and ceiling light.
Bedroom Four - 4.98m maximum x 3.68m reducing to 2.72m (16'4" max - A double aspect room overlooking the front and rear aspects. Radiator, storage cupboard, wall/ceiling lighting and painted wooden panelling to dado height on bed side wall. Door to en suite.
Bedroom Four En Suite - 2.59m x 1.63m (8'6" x 5'4") - A white three piece suite. A contemporary wash hand basin fitted with a mono mixer tap, and mounted on a storage cabinet below with an illuminated mirror above. Corner shower unit. Low level WC. Eaves storage cupboard, dual powered towel rail radiator, vinyl floor, wall and ceiling lighting.
Boiler Room/Workshop - 2.49m x 2.18m (8'2" x 7'2") - Accessed from the outside and located adjacent to the utility room. Floor mounted oil fired boiler, wash hand basin, power and light connected.
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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