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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Harris Mill, Illogan, TR16

Sold STC £275,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Substantial Detached House
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 2 Living Room
  • Kitchen & Utility
  • First Floor Shower Room
  • Oil Heating & A Multi Fuel Stove
  • Double Glazing
  • Approximatey 1/3 Acre of Beautiful Gardens
  • Workshop
  • Parking Facilities

Full description

One of the main features of this superb farmhouse style home is the extensively landscaped gardens to one side which approach approximately one third of an acre. They have been very thoughtfully laid out with gravel paths, planters, borders, shrubs, bananas and seating areas giving good seclusion and there is also a viewing platform. It is rarely that we find gardens such as this and they really have to be seen. The house itself has four good bedrooms plus a first floor bathroom. There are two living rooms, a kitchen, a laundry room and a cloakroom. Heating is via an oil fired system plus a multi fuel stove in the lounge and there is double glazing. The standard of presentation is very good and adjoining the house there is a former garage which is now used as a workshop and parking is provided. Illogan village has bus services, shopping facilities and a public house. This is within approximately three quarters of a mile and good access is given to the A30 and the famed surfing village of Portreath on the north coast. Redruth has a good range of specialist shops and a main line rail service to London Paddington and Scotland. The vendors give us to understand that the property was built somewhere in the 1880's and at one time housed a small shop. Some time ago it was converted into a large property with the shop being closed and to the side the workshop could be returned to a garage if so required.

ENTRANCE PORCH 2.17m x 1.00m (7'1 x 3'3) With a tiled floor, a cloaks hanging space, a window seat and a door to the dining room.

LOUNGE 4.27m x 4.11m (14' x 13'5) A lovely room, formerly the shop and having a picture window to the front and a deep tiled sill. There is a multi fuel stove with a tiled and wood surround and a deep recess houses a cupboard. Radiator.

DINING HALL 4.65m x 4.08m (15'3 x 13'4) Approached from the porch with a central pillar, a fine turning staircase to the first floor and two radiators.

KITCHEN 4.15m x 3.14m (13'7 x 10'3) Plenty of base units with working surfaces, cupboards and drawers beneath and a single drainer sink unit. There is a gas hob (bottled gas) and an electric oven. Space for white goods, door to the garden and a radiator.

UTILITY 4.30m x 1.70m (14'1 x 5'6) With tiled flooring, a single drainer stainless steel sink unit, space for white goods, a recess and an oil fired Trianco boiler.

CLOAKROOM With a wc and wall tiling.


BEDROOM 1 4.13m x 3.49m (13'6 x 11'5) With fitted wardrobes, a pine sill and a radiator.

BEDROOM 2 3.36m x 2.26m (11' x 7'4) With a radiator.

BEDROOM 3 3.27m x 2.38m (10'8 x 7'9) With a radiator.

BEDROOM 4 3.00m x 2.08m (9'10 x 6'9) With a sloping ceiling having exposed beams and a radiator.

LANDING With loft access and a radiator.

SHOWER ROOM 3.98m x 2.33m (13' x 7'7) With a double shower cubicle, a wash hand basin and a low level wc. Partial tiling, a radiator and a substantial double airing cupboard with a hot water cylinder.

OUTSIDE Parking facilities are provided and there is a WORKSHOP 5.04m x 3.28m (16'6 x 10'9) formerly the garage, having a good work bench and power connected. The gardens are approximately one third of an acre, well enclosed and really have to be seen to be fully appreciated. They are extremely well stocked with gravel paths, a pergola and secluded seating areas. There are prolific banana trees plus many other varieties of flowers, plants and ferns. It is rarely we see such a garden as this and it reminds the writer of perhaps the National Trust or English Heritage. There are steps by the side of the house leading down to a seating area with a focal fish pond.

DIRECTIONS From our office in Redruth turn left and take the main roads towards Portreath. Just before the large A30 flyover bear left onto the old Portreath Road and at the top turn left and proceed to the bottom of Harris Mill and then as you rise to the other side the property will be found on the right hand side.

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
20 September 2016

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