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3 bedroom terraced house for sale

Pentewan, Cornwall, PL26

Sold STC £329,950

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Tenure: Freehold


This updated and well presented double fronted property retains a great deal of charm and character as well as spacious accommodation laid out over three floors and with very impressive water views looking across the old harbour and with sea and coastal views beyond looking at Chapel Point. The property is situated in an elevated and tucked away position within the heart of the village and has various garden areas including a cottage style garden area with fantastic water views, a timber decked area with inland village and valley views as well as a small orchard with numerous apple trees.

Entrance hall, impressive open plan ground floor accommodation comprising lounge with feature inglenook style fireplace with wood burning stove, updated kitchen with dining area, first floor landing with a utility room, two bedrooms and an updated bathroom. The second floor comprises an impressive master bedroom suite with a study area, large master bedroom with phenomenal views over the old harbour, looking out to sea and with access to the en-suite shower room, the rear garden and orchard.

Ideal lock up and leave or permanent home. NO CHAIN.

EPC - E.

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 Hall
A glazed stable door gives access to the front entrance hall with tiled flooring. Coat hanging pegs. Ceiling light point. There are lovely views over the old harbour, sea and coastal views beyond and rural views to one side. Wall mounted cupboard housing the electric meter, fuse box, trip switch box and with sliding door fronts. Exposed and painted ceiling beams. There is an internal glazed window looking in to the kitchen area. An obscure glazed, multi-pane, latched door which the owner informs us is believed to originally be the post office counter, leads to:

Lounge/Dining Room/Kitchen
Lounge Area
17’7” at longest point, excluding recessed window x just over 12’ within the defined lounge area, at widest point and up to the front left side of the fireplace

There is a feature, ‘inglenook style’, stone fireplace with stone hearth, inset wood-burning stove, inset old timber beam over and there is a clome oven on one side. Exposed and painted ceiling beams. There are two ceiling light points. There is a double glazed window to the front elevation with lovely views over the old harbour, sea and coastal views beyond, rural views to one side and with a built-in window seat with exposed stone wall on either side. A turning staircase with painted newel post, spindle and handrail leads to the first floor landing with a built-in display ledge on one side. Radiator with thermostat control. Two telephone points. Freesat cable point. The defined lounge area naturally opens to:

Kitchen/Dining Area
Just over 15’5” x just over 8’3”

Updated and fitted with a range of cream fronted floor standing units with built-in drawers, built-in corner carousel unit, lengths of roll top work surfaces with inset one and a half bowl sink, drainer and chrome effect mixer tap. Space for an under-worktop fridge. Freestanding ‘Belling’ electric cooker with double oven and four ring electric hob. Double glazed window to the front elevation with lovely views over the old harbour and with sea and coastal views beyond. There is a feature, raised and deep ledge with stone top on two levels and exposed stone work on either side. Exposed and painted ceiling beams with three ceiling light points. Radiator with thermostat control. Feature oak flooring. Raised display ledge. Space for a dining table and chairs.

First Floor Landing
A generous first floor landing with old, painted, panelled doors giving access to bedroom one, bedroom two, the family bathroom and to the linen cupboard with wooden slatted shelving and also housing the ‘Worcester’, oil-fired, combination central heating boiler. Radiator with thermostat control. Secondary obscure glazed window to the rear elevation with tiled windowsill. Inset ceiling down lighters. A staircase with painted newel post, spindles and handrail leads to the second floor master bedroom suite. A painted door with inset, obscure, coloured glass panel leads to:

Utility Room
9’ measurement taken across the back wall x 5’1” measurement taken in the middle of the room as irregular shaped room

A double aspect room with secondary double glazed side window and there is a rear double glazed door with double glazed side window that gives access to the rear of the property. ‘Slate style’ tiled flooring. Space for a washing machine. Space for a fridge/freezer. Fitted shelving. Ceiling mounted strip light.

Bedroom Two
12’ measurement taken up to the front of the wardrobe x 10’11”

There is a double glazed window to the front elevation with lovely views over the old harbour, sea and coastal views beyond, rural views to one side and with a built-in display ledge/window seat. Space for a large double bed and bedroom furniture. Ceiling light point. Radiator with thermostat control. Painted double doors give access to a built-in double wardrobe with a hanging rail and a fitted shelf. Telephone point.

Bedroom Three
10’1” x 8’6” measurement taken in the middle of the room as slightly irregular shaped room and including built-in cupboard on one side but excluding recess and built-in wardrobe on the other side

There is a double glazed window to the front elevation with lovely views over the old harbour, sea and coastal views beyond, rural views to one side and with a built-in display ledge/window seat. Radiator with thermostat control. Ceiling light point. There is a side recess with fitted book shelving. Built-in wardrobe with hanging rail and shelf. There is a further built-in, floor to ceiling shelved cupboard with painted surround and door fronts.

Family Bathroom
Updated and fitted with a white suite comprising; W/C, pedestal wash hand basin with chrome effect taps, wall mounted mirror, shaver point and light above. Panel enclosed bath with chrome effect mixer tap, wall mounted shower attachment, side shower screen and tiled walls around the shower area. There are partially tiled walls up to dado height around the bathroom suite. Heated, large,’ ladder style’ towel rail with thermostat control. Inset ceiling down lighters. Obscure, secondary glazed window to the rear elevation and with tiled windowsill.

Second Floor Master Bedroom Suite
Study Area
Just over 10’7” measurement taken at floor level due to sloping eaves x 11’1” at longest point in middle of the room and including staircase

Double glazed ‘Velux’ window to the rear elevation with a fitted blind. There is a range of ‘office style’ furniture along two walls with shelved storage areas and lengths of work surfaces with ‘desk style’ area. Inset ceiling down lighter. ‘Oak style’ flooring. A staircase gives access to the first floor landing with feature, glass block-work above. An opening leads to:

Master Bedroom
18’11” at longest point and including cupboard x 14’8” at longest point, measurement taken at floor level due to sloping eaves

A very generous bedroom with space for a large double bed, bedroom furniture and settee if required. ‘Oak style’ flooring. Double glazed window to the front elevation with phenomenal views overlooking the old harbour, fantastic sea views looking along the coastline at Chapel Point, lovely rural views on one side and with a deep, painted, timber windowsill. Radiator with thermostat control. Inset ceiling down lighters. Access to the remaining roof space. Access in to the eaves storage area. There is a built-in wardrobe with two hanging rails, fitted shelving on one side and curtain fronts. An obscure, secondary glazed, ‘stable style’ door gives access to the rear timber decked garden area. A door leads to:

En-Suite Shower Room
Fitted with a white suite comprising; W/C with ‘Sani-Pro XR’, pedestal wash hand basin with chrome effect taps, feature ‘pebble style’ splash back and wall mounted mirror above. Tiled shower cubicle with inset ‘pebble style’ feature panel and wall mounted shower. Tiled flooring. There are two feature glass, block-work wall panels. Inset ceiling down lighters. Radiator with thermostat control. Double glazed window to the front elevation with phenomenal views overlooking the old harbour, fantastic sea views looking along the coastline to Chapel Point and with a deep, painted, timber windowsill.

Rear Garden
At the rear of the property, with access from the master bedroom, from the utility room and from gated access that leads around the cottages to the front garden, there is a timber decked area with timber balustrade and handrails with space for a table and chairs in which to sit and enjoy the lovely village and rural views looking across the valley. From the timber decked area, there are steps leading down to the master bedroom and utility room with a raised oil tank to one side. There is also access along a walkway that leads to:

Orchard
A small orchard area which we are informed by the vendor has around a dozen apple trees. The orchard provides lovely views over the village.

Front of the Property
From the front pathway, a gate leads to the front garden and steps lead to the front door with a storm porch above. The front garden has a dwarf back wall and is paved with room for a table and chairs in which to sit and enjoy the lovely views over the old harbour and with sea and coastal views beyond. Flowerbed borders on two sides with various plants including; Camellia, Fuchsia, Rose, Privet Hedge and there is a feature ‘Phoenix style’ Palm Tree on the boundary. On either side of the front door, there are areas laid to stone with room for plant pots


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