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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Trevarrick Rd, St Austell

Offers in Excess of £350,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Private Road Location
  • Detached
  • Three Receptions
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Kitchen/Breakfast
  • Extended & Modernised
  • Period Home
  • Generous Gardens
  • Driveway & Parking
  • EPC Rating - D

Full description

Set within its own grounds and within a sought after private road area of Trevarrick, is this beautifully presented, extended family residence. Although it has been modernised throughout, it still retains the period and character feel. The property is within a short distance of the town centre with gated driveway parking and detached garage. Manageable garden surroundings and good sized internal living space. Viewings are highly recommended to appreciate the quality of workmanship, the extended family room and the locality of the property within the development. EPC Rating - D

Trevarrick Road is situated within easy walking distance of St Austell town centre which offers a wide range of shopping, educational and recreational facilities. There is a mainline railway station and leisure centre together with primary and secondary schools and supermarkets. The picturesque port of Charlestown and the award winning Eden Project are within a short drive. The town of Fowey is approximately 7 miles away and is well known for its restaurants and coastal walks. The Cathedral city of Truro is approximately 13 miles from the property.

Directions: - From St Austell town head down Truro Road to the traffic lights, carry straight on. Approximately 100 yards along, turn right in to Trevarrick Road. Head up the private road and at the staggered cross roads, carry straight on. The property will be in front of you. A board will be erected on the side for convenience. Please note the garage and driveway is located to the side rear.

The Accommodation Comprises: - (All measurements are approximate)

From the driveway is a sweeping, paved pathway, also accessed via a separate pedestrian gate to a double upvc double glazed panelled door with matching glazed side panel, opening into the:

Entrance Porch: - A wood glazed panelled period door with lead glazed panelled window to the side, opening through into:

Inner Hallway: - A warm and welcome area, finished with a light coloured painted wall surround, with period panelled doors to living accommodation and carpeted staircase with large under stairs recess, turning to the first floor. Door into:

Reception Room: - 5.44m x 3.63m (17'10 x 11'11) - (At maximum points) A lovely light and spacious room finished with a cream wall surround, complemented with white coving and light coloured carpeted flooring. Enjoying an outlook down over the lawned gardens from a double glazed bay window, with additional natural light to the side and wall mounted radiator beneath. The room has a dado rail surround with a central focal point of a modern, but period styled, fireplace with raised slate hearth and wood mantle surround. Door through into:

Dining Room: - 5.13m x 3.12m (16'10 x 10'3) - A wonderful, spacious room offering a social feel, due to arch way leading through to a family room and relaxation area. Engineered wood flooring with underfloor heating leading throughout. An array of ceiling mounted, recessed spot lighting and double glazed window, opening to the front, enjoying an outlook over the garden area. A wood panelled door, in the corner, houses the boiler system. From the lovely dining area, there is a wide open arch through into the extension and the sun lounge relaxation area.

Lounge/Relaxation Area: - 4.95m x 4.67m (16'3 x 15'4) - A superb addition to this family home, offering a great deal of natural light from a bank of double glazed windows to the front and rear and double doors opening out on to the rear courtyard/patio. Further lighting is offered from the ceiling mounted light domes. The windows and doors have fitted blinds and the engineered wood flooring continues throughout. Additional lighting is from high level ceiling mounted recessed spot lighting. A central focal point is a free standing modern log burner, set on to a large slate hearth.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room: - 7.24m x 2.79m max (23'9 x 9'2 max) - An extremely well appointed modern, wood fronted kitchen, offering a comprehensive range of wall and base units, incorporating drawers and display cabinets, complemented with a light coloured, granite effect laminated work surface over. One and a half bowl stainless steel drainer with mixer tap and having a tiled patterned splash back surround. There is space for a 6 ring Range Master, with double extractor over. Further additional built in appliances of low level fridge and integrated dish washer. Offering a dual aspect within the kitchen, a great deal of natural light from two double glazed windows, both opening out on to the patio to the rear, with fitted roller blinds. Additional lighting is provided by ceiling mounted spot lighting. Within this well appointed kitchen, incorporating a large raised breakfast bar, wine racks to both sides plus wall mounted radiator and double glazed window opening out on to the front side, with fitted roller blind. The kitchen/breakfast room is finished with a tiled flooring which leads through into:

Utility Room: - With matching work surface and units, space and plumbing for white good appliances. Access through in to the wet room.

Cloakroom/Wet Room: - A wonderful addition located here is the downstairs cloakroom and wet room. Having a low level wc and open tiled surround and integrated wall mounted shower above.

The turning staircase comes on to the first floor landing finished with a light coloured painted wall surround, complemented with warm coloured carpeted flooring, white coving, double glazed windows offering views up towards the Carthew Valley. Period high level wood panelled doors to the bedrooms and bathroom. Door into:

Master Bedroom: - 5.44m x 3.63m (17'10 x 11'11) - Situated above the first reception room. Large double glazed, bay window to the front, with additional double glazed window to the side, offering views up towards the Carthew Valley and across towards St Austell town and down over the garden. High level picture rail surround. Finished with two tone light coloured, painted wall surround. Ceiling mounted lighting lighting unit. Built in cream fronted wardrobes with additional freestanding drawers and cabinets. The feeling of space is further enhanced, not only by this decor, but by the light coloured carpeted flooring. Door into:

Bedroom: - 3.96m x 3.02m (13 x 9'11) - Finished with a two tone painted wall surround. Wall mounted radiator beneath an opening double glazed window. Light coloured carpeted flooring. Low level door into:

Eaves Storage: - 0.91m x 0.97m (3'96 x 3'02) -

Door into:

Bathroom: - 3.05m x 2.03m (10' x 6'8") - A super, extended and repointed bathroom suite, comprising low level wc, hand basin and deep panelled bath with centrally mounted mixer tap. Separate curved shower cubicle and doors. Finished with a light sandstone coloured, tiled wall surround with decorate border and inserts. Complemented with tiled flooring and ladder heated towel rail. Above the basin there is a bevel glazed edged vanity mirror. Natural light is provided by two obscured double glazed windows, both with fitted blinds. Door into:

Bedroom: - 3.96m x 3.02m (13 x 9'11) - This bedroom is also located at the front with a double glazed window enjoying an outlook down over the gardens and far reaching views of the town centre and countryside. Finished with a light two tone painted wall surround, complemented with light coloured carpeted flooring, high level picture rail, wall mounted radiator. A period feature of an open fire grate with mosaic tiled surround and wood mantel. There is also an additional double glazed window enjoying an outlook over the patio. Door into:

Bedroom: - 1.83m x 1.70m - Currently used as a study/open area, with exposed wood floor boards and an obscured glazed window to the side. This could be utilised as a study or single fourth bedroom.

Outside: - The outside offer generous and private gardens. They are of a good size but in our opinion, manageable. Set back behind a high hedging surround and strip wood fencing. Gated driveway and pedestrian access to the front, with lawned areas and detached single garage to the rear. Driveway parking for numerous vehicles. On the side front the lawns sweep down and around on to a gently sloping lawned area with raised, paved sun terrace and patio, which continues across the front of the extension and giving access round to the side. This opens out onto an open paved sun courtyard which is great for alfresco dining and entertaining. High strip wood fencing offering a good degree of privacy and a raised planted border in front and above is a lawned area with kitchen garden, which sweeps up behind the back of the garage. The property is situated within a short walking distance of the town centre and is within easy reach of both St Mewan and Pondhu Primary Schools. The property is also within easy reach of Truro.

Tax Band: Band E -

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03 May 2016


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