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3 bedroom cottage for sale

Hallworthy, Nr Camelford, PL32

Sold by Us £275,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Three Bedrooms
  • Three Receptions
  • Garden
  • Detached Cottage
  • Central Heating
  • Full Of Character
  • Newly Fitted Windows
  • Refurbished Throughout
  • Double Garage
  • Nearby Beaches

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property
A fabulous and charming 1850's detached cottage that has been lovingly updated by the current owners. The work they have carried out includes rebuilding the front porch, installing new, high-quality double glazed timber windows which are very effective, (there is little or no road noise penetrating the property) and installing a new kitchen. Whilst all the improvements have made this property what it is today, the original character and its warm cosy feel still remains. Only by viewing will you fully appreciate this fabulous property.

Hallworthy is a rural, market village situated approximately halfway between the towns of Launceston and Camelford. Launceston and the A30 are only 10 miles away and this former market town has a multitude of amenities including a Tesco (open 24 hours) supermarket, doctors, dentists and veterinary surgeries. There is a leisure centre, two testing 18-hole golf courses, pubs, restaurants and coffee shops and much more.

The North Cornish coast and its beautiful beaches are nearby, accessed via the A39 which is less than 3 miles away. The villages of Boscastle, Tintagel and Crackington Haven are accessible via the A39 as is Camelford and all its amenities. Whilst those who enjoy walking, can take advantage of the stunning woodland walks and moorland views at Davidstow.

Hallworthy benefits from a convenient local shop and fuel station situated right next to the local pub which is within a slight 200 meter walk from the front door!

Entrance Porch
Approached via a single pedestrian gate a pathway leads up to this pretty gothic shaped entrance. A fabulous way to enter the property, the tessellated floor is a lovely feature and a timber/ part glazed door opens straight into the reception room.

Sitting Room
16' x 11'0
A beautiful welcoming room that is full of charm & character with flagstone flooring, exposed beamed ceiling and the imposing stone fireplace, perfect for those winter evenings! A deep seated double glazed window to front aspect adds natural light, whilst there is also an open aspect to the dining room.

Dining Room
11'11 x 11'1
Again this room is full of character with flagstone floor, exposed beam ceiling and another stone fireplace with multi-fuel stove! Natural light once more comes from the double glazed window to front aspect.

13' x 9'0
From the living room, a timber period style door opens into a kitchen painted in cheery lemon and the stairs are straight ahead.

The character continues with an open beamed ceiling and dark grey slate tiles underfoot. An original Rayburn sits within the inglenook fireplace giving a beating heart to this room and just above is a timber mantle, perfect for displaying some treasures!

Re-fitted in a shaker style, there is a range of base and wall units topped off by solid beech worktops. A Belfast sink with its swan neck mixer tap, adds to the country feel and is positioned below a pretty deep sill window, from where there is a view out over the rear garden. Lovely when you are washing up! For cooking, there is a halogen hob and a stainless steel, electric double oven and there is space and plumbing for a dishwasher. A part glazed timber door leads into the rear porch.

The under stair cupboard serves to discretely accommodate both the oil fired central heating boiler and the washing machine whilst giving plenty of storage space on the ground floor.

Breakfast Room
9'1 x 9'1
With double glazed 'French' doors leading out onto the rear garden, this room offers a multitude of uses, and could also be utilised as a utility room or indeed home office.

First Floor Landing
The double height stairwell is very pretty with an exposed stone wall and a new multi-paned window, made to match the original. The stairs are open to the kitchen and give the whole area a light and airy feel.

The bedrooms and bathroom fan out from the landing. These are all good size rooms and all of them have lovely, period style pine doors.

The loft access Is situated above the 1st floor landing.

Master Bedroom
14'1 x 12'1
Another of those lovely windows has a view out to the countryside beyond and the cast iron fireplace is a delight. Shelves have been fitted into the reveal next to the chimney breast and provide space for storage or for display. Fully carpeted with original floorboards beneath.

Bedroom Two
12' x 11'10
Again double glazed window to front aspect this room is a good double, there is an original built in cupboard and a deep reveal to the left of the chimney breast. Fully carpeted with original floorboards below.

Bedroom Three
10'1 x 9'1
Double glazed window to rear aspect with views over the garden. Built-in cupboard. Carpeted throughout with original floorboards below.

9'1 x 9'0
A claw-foot, bath takes centre stage above huge stripped floorboards. There is a close coupled WC and a power shower unit is fitted into one corner with a period style thermostatic fitting. Tongue and groove line the walls up to dado height and has been painted in a mellow sage. A cupboard houses the hot water tank.

There is access to the Workshop at the side of the cottage ( 19'10 x 6'0 ). This has all sorts of possibilities. Maybe you could extend through from the kitchen or maybe it could be a home office or simply a workshop.

The garden is enclosed by mature shrubs and hedges. A large, raised area of lawn with a short gravel path from the level patio area and a timber gate leads to the front.

18' x 14'11
Double garage with Power and two double wooden doors opening out to front driveway which provides ample parking!!

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
05 July 2016


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