2 bedroom detached house for saleTrewint, Launceston
Guide Price £210,000
- Two Double Bedrooms
- Beamed Ceilings
- Slate Flooring & Stone Fireplaces
- Ideal Holiday Cottage
- No Onward Chain
- EPC F / 35
This Grade II Listed cottage has a great deal of character featuring beamed ceilings, slate flooring and attractive stone fireplaces in both the lounge and dining room. There are 2 double bedrooms on the first floor with the master bedroom having a built-in cupboards and the second bedroom having access to the small gallery landing. There is a galley style kitchen and ample storage with the utility/pantry. The bathroom can also be found on the ground floor. There is also a parking and further garden area opposite with a number of out buildings offering storage for the winter fuels etc. The main level lawned garden is situated at the side with further storage at the bottom. The small remainder gardens surround two sides of the property. The oil tank is situated next to the property which supplies the central heating. The vendor has restored the cottage in keeping with the period. This property is being offered with no onward chain and would make an ideal holiday cottage or home for the right person.
The hamlet of Trewint is where John Wesley, the founder of methodism preached and rested. It is located within 1 mile of the pretty village of Altarnun with its beautiful village church. The Kings Head pub is approx 0.3m from the property. Camelford, with its shops/banks, pubs/restaurants and educational facilities is approx 10 miles from Trewint with its easy access to the North Cornish coast beaches and the popular tourist villages of Tintagel, Boscastle, Port Isaac, Padstow and Rock.
The A30 dual carriageway is within easy reach giving good access to Truro and Exeter and Plymouth is approx 27 miles away.
uPVC double glazed and Glazed panelled stable effect door leads into front entrance porch.
Entrance Porch :-
Single glazed windows with bull nose insets to both side elevation, traditional pull bell. Original slate flagged flooring. Glazed and panelled door leading into.
Dining Room :- - 12'11" (3.94m) Max x 12'5" (3.78m) Max
Front and rear aspect multi paned single glazed window. Exposed beam ceiling, power points, telephone point and twin radiators. An open plan staircase raises to the first floor landing. There is an original granite stone feature fireplace with wood surround and mantle with open grate and original slate flagged flooring. Archway through to the :-
Lounge:- - 16'3" (4.95m) x 11'5" (3.48m)
Front aspect multi paned single glazed window with a fixed pain window to the rear elevation with opaque glass and the original window seat beneath. Exposed beam ceiling with wooden exposed lintel, Radiator, ample power points, Ariel connection and twin radiators. An original full height granite stone feature fireplace with an exposed wooden lintel over accommodating the multi fuel burner sitting on a slate hearth. Wall light points and fitted carpets. The vendor has advised that beneath the fitted carpet is the original Delabole slate flooring. An archway leads through to the :-
Kitchen (galley):- - 6'6" (1.98m) x 11'4" (3.45m)
This galley style kitchen has a side aspect multi paned single glazed window, exposed roof timber with a fixed Pane window to the rear elevation, Magnolia wash exposed stone walling, country style pine kitchen fitted in a range of base and wall units. Bellfast sink with mixer tap and black granite effect work surfaces. Rangemaster professional cooking range with extractor fan over, space for a fridge, wall mounted plate rack and display unit. Original slate flagged flooring. Door to a generous size cupboard with fitted shelving offering a large degree of storage.
From the lounge a door leads into :-
Double doors give access to built in cupboards, which presently houses the central heating boiler and also gives generous storage for everyday appliances. Wall light points and ceramic floor tiling. Doors lrsd into.
Utility:- - 10'1" (3.07m) Max x 5'8" (1.73m) Max
Space and plumbing for automatic washing machine and further space for tumble dryer. Wall mounted electricity consumer unit and meters.There is a velux window, space for freezer and fitted shelving.This room offers a generous size storage space.
From the inner hallways doors lead into :-
Bathroom:- - 7'9" (2.36m) x 4'10" (1.47m) Max
This modern bathroom suite in white comprises of low level WC, panelled bath with a Victorian style mixer tap incorporating shower attachment. There is a period style shower which runs off the hot water system. Vanity wash hand basin with cabinet beneath with mixer tap and shaver socket point over. Fitted shelving, walled mounted mirrors, Velux window, exposed roof timbers and ceiling light point, single panelled radiator, heated towel rail, and ceramic floor tiling. This room has been part tiled with contrasting tiling and the modern UPVC marble effect cladding to the wet areas.
Lean to:- - 13'10" (4.22m) x 6'6" (1.98m) Max
Rear aspect single glazed window and a uPVC fully glazed door gives access out into the garden. Polycarbinate roof, fitted shelving, wall mounted tap, exposed white wash stone granite walling and ceramic floor tiling, also.
From the dining room proceed up the staircase to :-
First floor landing :-
Exposed roof timbers, wall light point, view across to the small gallery landing. Rear aspect single glazed window and fitted carpets. From the landing doors give access to :-
Bedroom 1 :- - 11'5" (3.48m) x 11'9" (3.58m) To Wardrobe
Multi paned single glazed window to the front and twin windows to the rear elevation. Exposed roof timbers, exposed granite chimney breast wall with built in wardrobes either side and cupboard space over. Radiator, power points and fitted carpets.
Bedroom 2:- - 13'6" (4.11m) x 11'7" (3.53m) To Wardrobe
Front aspect multi paned single glazed window with a fixed pane window to the rear elevation for additional light with opaque glass. Exposed roof timbers, built in wardrobes either side of the chimney breast with fitted cupboard space over, A door gives access out into the small gallery landing. Radiator, power points, ceiling light points and fitted carpet,
The garden of this property is predominantly situated at the side which access is gained via a decorative wrought iron gate. To the front of the property there are areas for displaying pots and designed for low maintenance. The side garden is level and mainly laid to lawn, with a paved patio and seating area enclosed by Cornish stone walling and hedging. Position for the oil tank is near to the property and at the rear of the garden are a number of out buildings (small garden shed`s) which are enclosed with a stepping stone pathway which leads to the rear of the garden where the out building can be found. This area is an ideal location for the potting and recycling. Opposite the property is the parking area and a further two out buildings can be found to accommodate the winter fuels, logs, kindling and coal. The parking area offers parking for two vehicles located on the opposite side of the road. The further side of the property there is a rockery garden, well stocked with a selection of seasonal shrubs.
Mains water, Mains drainage, Electricity are connected. The central heating is oil.
Tax Band :-
The vendor has confirmed that this is BAND B.
The vendor has advised that this is Freehold.
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