3 bedroom terraced house for saleWendron, Helston
Guide Price £315,000
Full descriptionAn exquisite west facing, Grade II listed, mid terraced converted three bedroom quality barn conversion of immense charm and character, located within one of Helston's most iconic residential historic enclaves. The property offers low maintenance front and rear gardens, together with a garage and private off road parking. As sole acting agents we most strongly recommend an early viewing to appreciate this unusual quality home.
Summary Of Accommodation -
Ground Floor - Entrance Hallway, Kitchen/Diner, Living Room and Utility Room.
First Floor - Shower room, Three double bedrooms (Bedroom number one has a store room).
Outside - Front and enclosed gardens. Garage and private off road parking.
The Property - Situated within the immensely sought after historic residential 14th century Trenethick Barton estate harking back to the time of William the First. The home is approached along a leafy lane to this sought after small residential enclave. An exquisite west facing, Grade II listed, mid terraced converted three bedroom quality barn conversion of immense charm and character, located within one of Helston's most iconic residential historic enclaves. The property offers low maintenance front and rear gardens, together with a garage and private off road parking. This delightful historic property was skillfully converted circa 2000, utilising fine quality materials, offering low maintenance characteristics including the front and rear gardens. The home will undoubtedly appeal to 'lock and go' type/retirement/professional buyers wishing to reside within a gorgeous residential environ, albeit only a short distance to Helston town centre with all it's amenities on offer. The house offers gorgeous mellow exposed granite/stone elevations, under a pitched slate tiled roof complemented by terracotta ridge tiles, quality wooden framed double glazed windows/external doors and warmed throughout by a gas fired central heating system. Further architectural features naturally enhance the property with massive supporting granite lintels and quoins. The home has been tastefully internally decorated throughout in a neutral colour scheme, naturally enhancing a light and airy ambience provided by the west and east facing elevations. The home is one of three, within the terrace of the original converted barn, alongside other similar quality historic houses/cottages in this most exclusive rural development which exudes charisma and charm from a bygone era. The front west facing garden has been professionally landscaped and designed, with a view to low maintenance offering a paved patio together with some planted borders incorporating various specimen shrubs, plants and flowering bulbs. Private off road parking exists for two cars, together with a purpose built single garage together with a further uncultivated garden backing onto the neighbouring fields. The rear enclosed walled gravelled courtyard garden offers an established vine, outside tap and provides a lovely place to dine out during the warm summer months.
Location - The historic market town of Helston stands at the gateway of the Lizard Peninsula which is Britain's most southerly point, which gives access to some of the most dramatic coastal scenery and beaches the UK has to offer. The coastal and inland villages are most picturesque which add to the overall charm of this delightful and highly regarded peninsula. Helston has an eclectic array of individual shops, well regarded schools (both junior and senior) sports centre, doctor's surgeries, pharmacies and a cinema. The area boasts some outstanding walks and scenery nearby, eg Helston's boating lake through the National Trust land towards the outstanding Loe Pool and Loe Bar with the sea nearby.
The Accommodation Comprises -
(All Dimensions Are Approximate) - From the private parking area, paved steps descend to the front wooden double glazed door with adjacent side windows into the entrance hallway.
Entrance Hallway - An impressive and welcoming reception hallway. Staircase ascending to the first floor, with an under stairs storage cupboard. Built in display shelves, telephone point, exposed wooden floor boards, radiator, wired in smoke detector and ceiling light. Wooden flush doors leading off to the:-
Kitchen/Diner - 5.44m (max) x 3.71m (max) (17'10" (max) x 12'2" (m - A smart double aspect kitchen enjoying front and rear courtyard views. A selection of light wood base and wall units, complemented by stainless steel handles and a hardwood work surface with a ceramic tiled splash back. Inset one and a half stainless steel drainer sink fitted with a mono mixer tap. Inset four burner gas hob with an electric double oven below, and an extractor canopy above. Space provided for an upright fridge/freezer. Exposed floor boards, radiator, wooden double glazed door with a side window to rear enclosed garden. Door to the utility room. Space provided for a dining table.
Utility Room - 1.83m x 1.70m (6' x 5'7") - Space and plumbing provided for a washing machine with a counter top above. Wall mounted 'Worcester' gas fired boiler (combi). Wall mounted electric fuse board, fitted shelving, exposed floor boards and ceiling light.
Living Room - 5.38m x 5.26m (17'8" x 17'3") - A delightful double aspect room with views over the front and rear gardens. Feature open fireplace with exposed brickwork and stone surround, on a brickwork hearth and a painted wooden mantle shelf above. Radiators, TV point, exposed floor boards and inset ceiling lighting. A pair of wooden double glazed doors lead out onto the rear courtyard garden.
Staircase - A winding closed tread carpeted staircase, fitted with painted newel posts, banisters and handrail to the first floor landing.
First Floor Landing - A generous galleried landing. 'Velux' window to part sloping ceiling. Radiator, exposed beam ceiling, 'wired in' smoke detector, loft access hatch and ceiling light. Wooden flush doors leading off to:-
Bedroom One With Store Room - 5.44m (max) x 3.76m (max) (17'10" (max) x 12'4" (m - A lovely double bedroom with an exposed beam ceiling incorporating two 'Velux' windows. Quality built bespoke wardrobes, radiator and ceiling light. The bedroom has a useful attached store room, which could be converted into an en suite if required, and subject to any planning requisites.
Store Room (Linked To Bedroom One) - 1.85m x 1.80m (6'1" x 5'11") - Part sloping ceiling, radiator, exposed capped pipework (in future readiness for a potential en suite) and ceiling light.
Bedroom Two - 3.48m x 2.84m (11'5" x 9'4") - Window overlooking the enclosed rear courtyard garden, together with a fitted 'Velux' window to part sloping ceiling. Fitted wardrobe with an adjacent low level cupboard with a display counter above. Radiator and ceiling light.
Bedroom Three/Study - 4.22m (max) x 2.51m (13'10" (max) x 8'3") - 'Velux' window to part sloping roof. Exposed beam ceiling with a down light. Built in quality 'Sharpes' desk with cupboards below, together with in built display shelves. Radiator.
Shower Room - 2.54m x 1.80m (8'4" x 5'11") - A three piece suite comprising an enclosed shower cubicle, low level WC and a pedestal wash hand basin. Ceramic tiling to walls and floor. Radiator, skylight 'Velux' window to part sloping ceiling. Exposed beam ceiling, extractor fan and ceiling light.
Garage - 4.93m x 2.97m (16'2" x 9'9") - A substantially built concrete block and stone garage, under a pitched tiled slate roof, fitted with a metal 'up and over' door.
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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