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3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Churchtown, Perranuthnoe, Penzance

Withdrawn from Market £375,250

Property Description

Key features

  • THREE BEDROOMS * GOOD SIZED SITTING ROOM
  • KITCHEN/DINING ROOM * UTILITY ROOM * BATHROOM
  • SEA GLIMPSES* CONSERVATION AREA
  • PART DOUBLE GLAZED * RE-ROOFED & UPDATED
  • WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE OF PERRANUTHNOE BEACH * SOUTH WESTERLY ASPECT
  • POTENTIAL PARKING SPACE * CASH PURCHASERS ONLY
  • NO ONWARD CHAIN * EPC RATING E * VIEWING RECOMMENDED

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

X Trewin Cottage has been extensively updated and improved by the present vendors and has successfully retained much of the charm and character of the original cottage which is believed to date back to the mid 1800's. Internally, on the ground floor is a very useful hall, utility room and bathroom leading to an above average sized kitchen/dining room which leads in turn to the most attractive sitting room with French doors overlooking the private courtyard garden. On the first floor are three bedrooms - two with sea glimpses. The property has been re-roofed and generally updated to an extremely high specification. Externally, there is a good sized rear garden which enjoys a high degree of privacy and protection with high stone walls surrounding with a very useful garden studio/workshop. The location is very convenient for the centre of the village with church, gastro public house and a range of small craft shops with a very popular sandy beach. Regular local transport links nearby Penzance, Helston and Marazion. The property has enormous holiday letting potential and has to be seen internally to be fully appreciated.  

SPECIAL NOTE The property had a concrete screening test (mundic block) in 1997 which categorised the rear single storey extension which includes the two walls of the bathroom and utility room as being of Category B which means the property is suitable for cash purchasers only. Further details upon request.  

DOOR TO:  

ENTRANCE HALL Night storage heater, two walls in white painted stonework, antique pine door to:  

BATHROOM Panelled bath with shower and mixer tap plus independent electric shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, double glazed window with rural views, complementary wall tiling, painted tongue and groove panelling, heated towel rail, Dimplex wall mounted heater.  

UTILITY ROOM 6' 4" x 3' 2" (1.93m x 0.97m) Painted stone wall, plumbing for washing machine, window.  

KITCHEN/DINING ROOM 15' 4" x 8' 7" (4.67m x 2.62m) A most attractive dual aspect room with a good range of built in units with Belfast sink unit with adjoining wood drainer, two base cupboards, recess for fridge, slate step, recess feature sash window with tiled sills, built in ceramic induction hob and separate oven, three wall mounted cupboards, extractor hood, staircase rising with two understairs cupboards, stripped pine floorboards, exposed white painted ceiling beams, night storage heater. Open area leads to:  

SITTING ROOM 15' x 13' 5" (4.57m x 4.09m) narrowing to 10'6 (L-Shaped). A most attractive room with pine floorboards, cast iron log burner and slate hearth, French doors to garden, two further casement windows with pleasant south facing outlook onto courtyard garden, exposed white painted ceiling beams, night storage heater.  

FIRST FLOOR LANDING Original antique pine floorboards, stripped pine doors, access to roof space.  

BEDROOM 1 15' 7" x 11' (4.75m x 3.35m) Night storage heater, double glazed sash window with pleasant outlook, original pine floorboards.  

BEDROOM 2 11' x 8' 6" (3.35m x 2.59m) Night storage heater, dual aspect with double glazed sash window overlooking patio area, further window to the side with sea glimpse and deep window shelf, original pine floorboards.  

BEDROOM 3 8' 6" x 6' 6" (2.59m x 1.98m) Sea and coastal view, curtained cupboard housing hot water cylinder and immersion heater with linen shelf.  

OUTSIDE From the side of the property, pedestrian access over a driveway (not owned by Trewin Cottage) leading to a pair of timber gates with timber fence which opens into the rear courtyard garden. The south facing sun terrace is a real feature, being level, private and paved with well stocked adjoining floral beds with mature shrubs.

At the end of the garden is the garden studio/workshop 14'5 x 14' narrowing to 9'7 offering useful storage space.  

SERVICES Mains water, electricity and drainage.  

COUNCIL TAX BAND C  

NB The double glazed French doors, sash and casement windows to the front have recently been installed and come complete with manufactures ten year warranty.  

NB Our clients have informed us that there is vehicular and pedestrian access to the side of the cottage which leads to the rear garden.  

DIRECTIONS From Penzance, proceed in an Easterly direction towards Helston. At the end of the Marazion bypass, continue straight across the roundabout to the next crossroads turning right towards Perranuthnoe. On entering the village of Perranuthnoe, with the public house on your right, take the second turning right after the public house. Continue to the top of this road and the property is situated on the left hand side, recessed in the corner. We would suggest for an initial viewing that you park as close to the cottage as possible and proceed on foot to the front door.  


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28 September 2016

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