3 bedroom terraced house for sale

Pentewan, Cornwall, PL26

Under Offer £295,000

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Tenure: Freehold

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A beautifully presented and elegant three bedroom home that has been updated to a high specification as well as benefiting from lovely harbour and sea views, parking for two cars and timber decked garden with summerhouse. Ideal home/second home with great income potential, that we are informed grossed over £21,000 in 2016 (tbc). Entrance porch, updated kitchen/breakfast room with slate flooring, dining room/bedroom three with slate flooring, luxury shower room. Spacious lounge with harbour views, single/bunk bedroom, elegant family bathroom with roll top bath, second floor large master bedroom with spectacular sea and harbour views. Garden, parking, double glazing and central heating.

EPC - F

Pentewan is a delightful coastal village set back from the beautiful golden sands of Pentewan beach. Central to the village is a pretty disused harbour, now the home for swans, ducks and other wildlife. The village of Pentewan caters for everyday needs from a petrol station on the edge of the village which has a post office and convenience store. The village has a public house, restaurant, cafe and gift shops. Much of the nearby coastline is owned and protected by the National Trust and offers spectacular coastal walks. A level cycle trail runs along the river bank from Pentewan to St Austell. The village of Mevagissey is approximately 1 mile distant and offers a further array of gift shops, public houses, restaurants and an activity centre.

Nearby is the historic port of Charlestown and the sailing estuaries of the popular coastal town of Fowey. Nearby attractions for visitors include the Lost Gardens of Heligan and The Eden Project.
The market town of St Austell is approx. 5 miles distant and has a further range of shopping, schooling and social facilities together with main line railway station, bus station, library, sports/leisure centre, choice of at least three golf courses and recently constructed cinema. The popular Cathedral City of Truro approx. 17 miles distant) has fine shopping, theatre, cinema and restaurants, whilst Newquay Airport provides flights to London Gatwick amongst other destinations.

Entrance Porch
Glazed entrance door with access from the front garden. Double glazed windows on two sides. Feature travertine style flooring. Painted panel ceiling with ceiling light point. A glazed panel door leads to:

Kitchen/Breakfast Room
15'9" including stairs x 10'4" (4.80m x 3.15m)

Updated with a feature range of oak fronted wall mounted and floor standing units, lengths of granite work surface and splash backs, inset butler style sink with chrome effect taps. Built-in drawers. Concealed and built-in Bosch dishwasher and Bosch fridge/freezer. Electric oven with four ring gas hob above, stainless steel splash back and canopied extractor fan above. Obscure glazed fronted wall cupboard with glass shelving. Feature slate flagstone flooring. Built-in breakfast bar. Double glazed window to the front elevation with rural views. Radiator with thermostat control. Staircase to the first floor. Ceiling light point. Low voltage style spot lighting. Mains smoke alarm. TV point. Painted deep skirting boards. Arched old pine double doors open to:

Dining Room/Bedroom Three
15'7" x 10'7" (4.75m x 3.23m)

Feature slate flagstone flooring. Radiator with thermostat control. Double glazed window to the rear elevation. Three prong table lamp sockets. Obscure double glazed window. Decorative fireplace (not functional) with painted surround and mantel, socket and space for an electric fire. Deep painted skirting boards. Ceiling light point. Painted panel door to:

Shower Room
Updated with a white suite comprising WC with concealed cistern and push button flush. Feature marble wash hand basin with marble surround, chrome effect mixer tap and vanity unit under. Extra large shower cubicle with feature travertine tiled walls, built-in ledges, Mira shower, down lighter and extractor fan. Feature travertine tiled floor. Large chrome effect heated towel rail. Eyeball ceiling down lighters. Painted panelled walls. Shaver point and two wall lights. Side area with space for a washing machine. Stable door to outside. Feature area to one side with conservatory style roof giving lots of light.

First Floor
Lounge
20'1" x 13'11" excluding recess (6.12m x 4.24m)

There are two double glazed windows to the front elevation with lovely harbour and rural views. Three radiators with thermostat controls, four wall light points and a TV point. Central heating thermostat. Old pine panel doors lead to the second bedroom and the bathroom. Exposed pine floorboards. Staircase to the second floor main bedroom. Telephone point. Three ceiling light points. Deep painted skirting boards. Mains smoke alarm.

Bedroom Two
9'9" x 7' (2.97m x 2.13m)

Double glazed window to the rear elevation with lovely open views. Space for single or bunk beds. Radiator with thermostat control. Ceiling light point. Painted skirting boards.

Bathroom
Updated with a white suite comprising feature large wash hand basin with gold effect taps, WC, bidet with gold effect mixer tap and feature roll top claw and ball foot bath with brass effect telephone style mixer tap with hand held shower attachment. Partially painted panelled walls up to a dado rail. Shaver point. Wall light point and two eyeball ceiling down lighters. Ceiling light point. Obscure double glazed window to the rear elevation. Extractor fan (not checked). Brass effect Victorian style heated towel rail. Radiator with thermostat control. Wood style flooring.

Second Floor Landing
Cupboard with linen shelving and we are informed also houses the Worcester gas fired combination central heating boiler. Ceiling light point. Mains smoke alarm. Painted panel door to:

Bedroom One
14'9" x 13'7" measurement taken at floor level due to some sloping eaves (4.50m x 4.14m)

Double glazed Velux window to the front elevation with stunning harbour and sea views taking in Chapel Point as well as lovely rural views. Double glazed Velux style window to the rear elevation with lovely open rural and wooded views. Radiator with thermostat control. Access on either side of the room into eaves areas. Built-in double wardrobe with side shelving and cupboard above. Telephone point. TV point. Space for double bed. Four eyeball ceiling down lighters. Deep painted skirting boards.

Outside and Gardens
Front Garden
At the front of the property is a paved sitting area with metal railings on two sides and a stone wall on the other boundary. Space for table and chairs. Outside tap.

Behind the cottage there is an adjoining store with space for propane gas bottles.

Garden and Driveway
If you walk along the lane behind the cottages you will find the parking area which is a good size, laid with brick block and with generous space for two cars. Space for garden stores. A gate leads to the enclosed timber decked garden with space for table, chairs and barbecue. Side trellising with a mature climbing wisteria, honeysuckle and other climber. Large summer house with glazed double doors and three windows. Planted beds with feature raised railway sleeper style edging and flax.

Directions
Approaching Pentewan from St Austell on the B3273, turn left into the village of Pentewan (just after the petrol station), proceed over the narrow bridge passing a free car park on your right and past the public house on the left, proceed into the Square where there is some further parking. The cottage can found on the left indicated by our sale board.

NB: We are informed that the property did have a flood to the ground floor in circa 2010, but the environmental agency have since invested over £1,000,000 in improvement/preventative flood works to the village.

NB: Please note that the photos used are not current photos and are professional photos used for holiday letting, taken some time ago.


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06 January 2017

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  • St. Austell (3.3 mi)
  • Par (5.5 mi)
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Alastair Shaw Coastal & Countryside Homes, Mevagissey

15 Fore Street, Mevagissey, PL26 6UQ

01726 844202 Local call rate

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Nearest stations

  • St. Austell (3.3 mi)
  • Par (5.5 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Alastair Shaw Coastal & Countryside Homes, Mevagissey

15 Fore Street, Mevagissey, PL26 6UQ

01726 844202 Local call rate

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