Little Oaks, Penryn
- Semi-detached house
- 2 bedrooms
- Planning permission for extension
- Attached garage and off-road parking
- Popular development
- Thoroughly modernised and upgraded
- Generous rear garden
- Viewing recommended
The Property - A superb opportunity to acquire a two double bedroom semi-detached property on the outskirts on Penryn town, in the highly sought-after Little Oaks development, having been the subject of extensive modernisation through recent years, including a recently fitted, well appointed kitchen, refitted utility room, recently installed family bathroom, as well as a landscaped rear garden.
The existing accommodation is bright, well proportioned and attractively presented with uPVC double glazing and gas central heating, and briefly comprises an entrance porch leading to a living room with open stairs to the first floor, attractively refitted kitchen/breakfast room with sliding doors to the garden and covered access to the utility room with integral door to the garage; two double bedrooms and an attractively refitted bathroom are positioned at first floor level.
Some prospective purchasers may be interested to know the previous owners obtained planning permission approval for an extension to the accommodation, to include a further bedroom above the garage, a second reception room to the rear of the property, and a new utility room with ground floor bathroom adjacent - full plans are available on the Cornwall Council planning website, reference: PA18/00569.
The property has been immaculately maintained by our clients and represents the perfect home for a small family, or for first time buyers and investors alike.
The Location - Located within a quiet cul-de-sac in a corner position within easy walking distance of both junior and secondary schooling, the local Asda supermarket and picturesque walks which surround nearby College Reservoir. The ancient borough town of Penryn continues to expand as the university campus at Tremough develops, bringing new energy and prosperity to this historically important community at the head of the Penryn River and Falmouth Harbour. Penryn's town centre facilities are an approximate ten minute walk away where amenities include: doctors surgery, chemist, banks, restaurants, hairdressers, general store, post office and a regular bus and rail link to the nearby port of Falmouth and cathedral city of Truro which lies approximately three and nine miles distant, respectively.
Safe sandy bathing beaches are within just a few minutes' drive at Falmouth, Swanpool and Maenporth, the South West Coast Path provides many walks along the entire length of the Cornish coastline and keen sportsmen will revel in the proximity of Falmouth's unrivalled sailing and water sports facilities, sports club and golf courses close at hand at Swanpool, Budock Vean, Killiow and Truro.
The Accommodation Comprises - (All dimensions being approximate)
A modern double glazed entrance door with obscure glazing opens into the:-
Entrance Porch - Laminate flooring, cupboards housing fuse box and gas meter. Doorway to:-
Living Room - 3.62m x 4.83m (11'10" x 15'10") - Double radiator, under-stair storage cupboard. TV aerial point, gas fire on granite hearth with tiled surround and timber lintel over. Staircase rising to first floor. Doorway to:-
Kitchen/Diner - 3.60m x 2.69m (11'9" x 8'9") - Comprehensively fitted with a range of worksurfaces with tiled splashbacks, matt-finish cupboards below and wall mounted cupboards over. Integrated fridge/freezer, dishwasher, Lamona electric oven with four-ring gas hob, brushed steel splashback and extractor hood over. Double radiator, sliding double glazed patio doors to the rear garden with pleasant views. Ceiling down-lights.
Utility Room - 2.56m x 1.52m (8'4" x 4'11") - Accessed via the double sliding doors in the kitchen, with a covered pathway. Half glazed uPVC double glazed entrance door from the rear garden, integral entrance door to the rear of the garage. Tiled flooring, worksurfaces with matt-finish cupboards under, space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer. Double glazed windows to the rear elevation overlooking the garden. Separate loft access.
First Floor -
Landing - Loft access, doors to the two bedrooms and bathroom.
Bedroom One - 3.62m x 2.71m (11'10" x 8'10") - Double radiator, double glazed window to the rear elevation with pleasant views.
Bedroom Two - 3.63m x 2.29m (11'10" x 7'6") - Double radiator, double glazed windows to the front elevation.
Bathroom - 2.47m x 1.37m (8'1" x 4'5") - A comprehensively fitted bathroom with low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap, tiled splashback and wall mounted mirror-fronted medicine cabinet over, panelled bath with mixer tap and electric Mira shower over, tiled surround, shower curtain. Extractor fan, obscure double glazed window to the side elevation. Airing cupboard over the staircase housing Worcester gas fired central heating boiler, shelving, heated towel rail/radiator.
The Exterior -
Front - Driveway connecting the road to the front and a garage, there is ample parking for up to two vehicles on the driveway, with additional parking inside the garage, if required. To the right-hand side of the driveway connecting to the property, there has been additional parking for one vehicle created, whilst the remainder of the front garden has been laid with stone chip, enclosed by dwarf ever-green hedging. Paved pathway leading to the front entrance door.
Driveway Parking - Providing off-road parking for two vehicles and providing access to the:-
Attached Garage - 2.56m x 4.85m (8'4" x 15'10") - Up-and-over door, lighting and power connected.
Rear Garden - Having been recently landscaped by our clients, the garden now benefits from a slate-paved patio to the immediate exterior of the property with step down to a utility area with level access provided from the patio to an area of lawn, enclosed by fencing with well planted flower bed and steps leading to a raised decked area. The area of decking is enclosed by timber fencing, timber balustrade and timber rails with ever-green hedges in either corner of the rear garden.
General Information -
Services - Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected to the property. Gas fired central heating.
Council Tax - Band B - Cornwall Council.
Tenure - Freehold.
Possession - Immediate vacant possession upon completion of the purchase.
Viewing - By telephone appointment with the vendors' Sole Agent - Laskowski & Company, 28 High Street, Falmouth, TR11 2AD. Telephone: .
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NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Penryn Station0.5 miles
- Penmere Station1.7 miles
- Falmouth Town Station2.5 miles
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