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3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Dawney Terrace, Crafthole, Cornwall, PL11

Guide Price £365,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Stunning Coastal and Rural Views
  • Great Village Location
  • Beautifully Sunny Aspect
  • 3 Double Bedrooms all with Views
  • Very Attractive & Low Maintenance Gardens

Full description

A beautifully and painstakingly restored and refurbished semi detached house in a prime location. Stunning coastal and rural views, great village location, beautifully sunny aspect, 3 double bedrooms all with views, very attractive & low maintenance gardens. EPC Band B.

Situation - The property is situated in a commanding position on the edge of the popular village of Crafthole. Both the community village shop and the popular Finnygook Inn are just a short walk away and the delightful seaside village of Portwrinkle is only half a mile away. Located on the Rame Peninsula, overlooking the beautiful Whitsand bay with Rame Head in the east, Looe Island
to the west and Eddystone Lighthouse on the horizon.
Access to the area is good, mainly by the A38 or using the A374 from Torpoint and the vehicle ferry to Plymouth, where the A38 and mainline train station connect to the rest of the UK. Crafthole has an excellent local bus service.

Description - 12 Dawney Terrace is a beautifully and painstakingly restored and refurbished semi detached three bedroom house in a prime location. There are fabulous views from most of the rooms in the house. In addition to the views from the house, the views from the side and front garden are truly fantastic. The property really benefits from its elevated position giving the fantastic views but also its south westerly aspect. Most of the living space downstairs is relatively open plan which makes the most of the light and the views.

Accommodation - There are steps leading to the front door and a ramp meandering around to the back door. Both doors lead into the main downstairs living area. The beautiful farmhouse country style kitchen has a good selection of units and an impressive dining area located to make the most of the views all year round. To add to the pretty kitchen there is a good sized and attractive utility room to the rear and a large WC. There is also a cosy snug on the ground floor with a pretty open fire and charming fire surround, as this room is to the front of the house it also benefits from a sea view.
Upstairs there is the main double bedroom with double aspect windows, both windows demonstrate the beautiful Cornish coast and rolling countryside. An attractive en suite bathroom complements this main bedroom. The second bedroom is also of a good size with fitted wardrobes and, once again, beautiful views. The third double bedroom is to the rear of the property but has equally as impressive views, this time over the Lynher estuary and the moors beyond. The well equipped family bathroom is also on this level.

Gardens & Grounds - There are three main areas to the small but lovely gardens. The first area is a pleasing combination of borders containing scented herbs and plants, there are a couple of seating areas. To the side of the house there is plenty of space for table and chairs, barbecues and alfresco dining and entertaining or simply sitting and admiring the view. There are also several flower beds and raised beds used for growing vegetables.
To the rear of the property there is a small patio, a summerhouse and two sheds.

Tenure - Freehold.

Council Tax Band - Band B.

Services - Mains drainage and water. Electric. Oil fired central heating.

Viewing & Negotiations - Strictly by appointment through Stags Plymouth Office 01752 223933 or Email:

Directions - From the Tamar Bridge take the A38 westwards passing through Landrake and Tideford to reach Trerulefoot. Turn left onto the A374 as signed for Torpoint and continue passing through Polbathic. After about one and a half miles turn right onto the B3247 as signed for Crafthole. At Crafthole proceed down the hill towards Portwrinkle and turn left into Burns View. The property will be found on the left hand side.

These particulars are a guide only and should not be relied upon for any purpose.

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Added on Rightmove:
17 June 2016


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