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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Trelowth, Polgooth

Sold STC £300,000

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Enjoying wonderful views down over paddock and fields, in a quiet location, on the fringes of the much sought after village of Polgooth, is Tanglewood. A detached 4 bedroom family residence, set behind a double gated driveway, offering a unique feel, set within its own formal grounds, with garage and detached workshop/store. thoughtfully laid out with a large entrance hallway, kitchen, dining room and lounge with an external separate office area, ideal for someone working from home. Though requiring updating a viewing is highly recommended to appreciate its locality and, offers great potential. EPC - E

The village of Polgooth lies approximately 2 miles west of St Austell and only 12 miles from the Cathedral City of Truro. There is a local village shop/Post Office, hairdressers and a public house all within walking distance. St Austell town centre offers a wider 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 10 miles away and is well known for its restaurants and coastal walks.

Directions: - From St Austell head out onto the A390 past St Mewan school. Take the slip road off to the left signposted Sticker/Polgooth. Head along and you will come into the hamlet of Trelowth. Take the next turning left signposted Polgooth. Approximately 50 yards along there is a lay-by on the left. Take the first lane down and the property can be found on the left-hand side. (A board will be erected for convenience.)

All measurements are approximate.

From the driveway there is a upvc obscured double glazed entrance with obscured glazed panels and door, with outside courtesy lighting, into:

Inner Hallway: - Finished with carpeted flooring and an open-treaded, carpeted staircase turning to the first floor with a light-painted wall surround plus wall-mounted Dimplex heater and large understairs open recess. Beyond there are obscured glazed panelled doors into both dining room and kitchen area. Door into:

Kitchen: - 4.53m x 2.91m - Enjoying an outlook over the driveway area from a double-glazed window. The kitchen offers an off white range of wall and base units with speckled roll-top laminated work surface with one-and-half-bowl stainless steel drainer. There is ample space for a cooker and fridge-freezer, plus under-unit space and plumbing for both a washing machine and a slimline dishwasher. Finished with a tiled splashback and finished with a tiled effect vinyl floor covering. Exterior door leading to a rearside entrance. Further obscured glazed panelled door back into the dining room.

Dining Room: - 3.46m x 4.89m - Generous sized living space offering a dual aspect and a great deal of natural light from two double-glazed windows, both to the sides, enjoying different outlooks over the garden areas and paddock. Finished with a coloured carpeted flooring and having a wall mounted electric heater. Having a wonderful feature of an open arch and coloured slated stone step down into the main lounge/living area.

Lounge/Living Area: - 4.89m x 3.93m - Located to the rear of the property and enjoying a wonderful outlook from the large double-glazed sliding window, with deep display sill and further sliding doors out onto the side patio, where you can take in views of a paddock and the countryside beyond. Matching carpeted flooring leading through from the dining area and having a focal point of a slate stone fireplace surround with open grate and raised hearth. With wood mantle over. The feeling of space is further enhanced by the high ceilings which are finished with tongue-and-groove panelling. There is also a wall-mounted electric heater. A wonderful addition to the downstairs space and access via the side rear entrance, is door into:

Office Area: - 2.42m x 3.37m - Previously utilised as an office area. Also has carpeted flooring and high level double-glazed window to the front with deep display sill and telephone point. Sliding doors into deep recessed wardrobe/storage area.

Outside Cloakroom/Wc: - Comprising low level wc and hand basin, set within a vanity unit. Part tiled surround.

Latched wood door into:

Garage: - 2.48m x 3.51m x 5.49m - With an up-and-over garage door. Offering both power and light. Currently housing further white good appliances. Single glazed wood window to the rear.

The part-carpeted, open-tread staircase, turns to the first floor to upper landing and hallway. Loft access. Electric heater and sliding doors which originally provided access to a balcony area. On an elevated position enjoying the outlook down over paddock and fields and far-reaching views towards Trenython Manor. Finished with a light-painted wall surround. Eaves storage. Door into airing cupboard housing slatted shelves and water cylinder. Door into:

Bedroom 1: - 3.36m x 3.59m - Finished with an anaglypta painted/papered wall surround with colour patterned carpeted flooring. Double-glazed window and deep display sill to the front. Door into:

Bedroom 2 : - 2.89m x 4.47m - (At maximum points plus wardrobe.) Finished with a coloured painted wall surround and carpeted flooring. Double-glazed window with display sill to the front. Having the benefit of sliding doors into built-in wardrobes with shelving and hanging rail. Door into:

Bedroom 3: - 4.14m x 3.02m - Enjoying far reaching countryside views from a large double-glazed window with display sill to the side. Finished with a light-painted wall surround and a tiled effect vinyl flooring. Wall-mounted electric heater and a range of built-in wardrobes with storage shelving and blanket box storage. Door into:

Bedroom 4: - 3.09m x 2.34m - Finished with a painted anaglypta wall surround with coloured patterned carpeted flooring. Double-glazed window to the rear with display sill and an outlook of the fields opposite.

The further selling point of this large and spacious family home is the outside space. Set back from the lane behind a wall surround with double-gated access and an element of high privacy. A good degree of screening is offered by a range of plants and shrubs to the front with granite stone chippings and parking for numerous vehicles. To the left-hand side there is a separate detached workshop/shed with large opening door and also a dry log store.

To the garden beyond with an area of open lawn, offering a good degree of privacy with a deep-planted border of shrubs and plants to the sides, which sweeps around to the back where there is further granite stone chippings and pathway bordering the paddock. This widens to a wonderful seating area plus paved patio with steps back towards the doors from lounge and up onto a further raised patio area. The paved pathway continues around to the side where there is a further area of open lawn with well-stocked, planted gardens and beyond to a vegetable kitchen area plus separate greenhouse with further granite stone chippings which lead back around to the front.

If you are seeking a large family home in a much sought after area and looking for a project, Tanglewood is definitely worth a viewing.

Tax Band: - Band E

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