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Wheal Vor, Breage, TR13


Detached Bungalow






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An opportunity to purchase a large detached bungalow set in generous gardens with driveway parking, annexe, cinema room and swimming pool.

Situated on the fringes of the rural village of Carleen, is this fantastic opportunity to purchase a spacious three bedroom bungalow which has been greatly enhanced by the current owners. Set in generous gardens, which cradle the property, the outside space is a real feature of the residence with the highlight being the LPG swimming pool.

The residence, which benefits from oil fired central heating, double glazing and freehold solar panels. The property also boasts an en suite master bedroom and a modern fitted kitchen with built-in appliances. There are a number of outbuildings, one of which, subject to the necessary planning and consents, would seem to provide the potential for an additional income stream or accommodation for a dependant relative. A further outbuilding provides a detached cinema/gym with surround sound system.

In brief, the accommodation comprises an entrance porch, kitchen, dining room, sun room, hall, two bedrooms, bathroom, playroom/office, inner hall, master bedroom with en suite and a lounge.

Wheal Vor itself is situated close to the village of Carleen and is conveniently positioned for exploring this area of West Cornwall. The nearby village of Breage provides amenities such as a post office, public house and a well regarded primary school. Most extensive amenities can be found in the nearby town of Helston with national stores, supermarkets, cinema, sports centre and both primary and secondary schooling.

We are advised that the property currently has planning permission granted for alterations to the bungalow includes a loft conversion with roof dormer. Further information can be found by visiting the Cornwall Council website using the planning reference number: PA21/05066

Door to

With outlook over the front garden. Door to

4.88m x 2.51m (irregular room size) (16' x 8'3" (irregular room size)
An attractive kitchen comprising working top surfaces incorporating a sink unit with drainer and mixer tap over, cupboards and drawers under and wall cupboards over. Built-in appliances include a hob with hood over, dishwasher and a double oven. There are partially tiled walls, outlook to the side, door to the rear garden and opening to

4.88m x 2.90m (max measurements) (16' x 9'6" (max measurements)
With outlook to the front garden, door to the hall and office. Opening to

3.35m x 1.83m (11' x 6' )
A triple aspect room with outlook and door to the front garden.

With access to the loft, doors to two bedrooms and door to

Comprising a large walk-in shower cubicle with both rain and flexible shower heads, close coupled W.C. and a pedestal washbasin. There is a frosted window to the rear, tiled floor, partially tiled walls and a heated towel rail.

3.12m x 2.97m (10'3" x 9'9")
With outlook to the rear garden.

3.12mx 2.97m (10'3"x 9'9")
With outlook to the rear garden.

3.73m x 2.82m (12'3" x 9'3" )
With outlook to the front.
Opening to

With door to the master bedroom and door to

5.26m x 4.57m (17'3" x 15')
A triple aspect room with french doors opening on to the decking area and to take full advantage of the views over the garden. There is a feature fireplace with hearth and mantel over housing an LPG fire.

4.57m x 4.88m (max measurements) (15' x 16' (max measurements)
A dual aspect room with outlook to the front and side. Door to

Comprising a shower cubicle, close coupled W.C. and a pedestal washbasin. There are partially tiled walls, tiled floor and frosted window to the side.

9.45m x 4.42m (31' x 14'6")
A dual aspect room with spotlighting and built-in surround system.


4.57m x 4.42m (15' x 14'6")
Comprising working top surfaces incorporating a one and a half bowl sink unit with drainer and mixer tap over. There is a built-in double oven, hob with hood over and a dishwasher. The room has spotlighting and an outlook to the garden. Door to

5.64m x 2.51m (18'6" x 8'3" )
With door to the outside and door to

Comprising close coupled W.C., shower cubicle, pedestal washbasin and a frosted window to the side.

3.43m x 2.44m (11'3" x 8')
A useful building which houses the oil fired boiler for the main house central heating and LPG boiler for the annexe central heating. There is a water supply to this area, electric and an outlook to the yard.

The outside space is a real feature of the property with large gardens cradling the main residence. At the front a driveway provides parking for a number of cars. The gardens are laid mainly to lawn with well established plants and shrubs. There is a pleasant decking area which is accessed from the lounge, a fishpond, two storage outbuildings and a greenhouse.

A highlight of the garden is the LPG heated swimming pool which I am sure will win favour with many discerning purchasers.

We are advised that the solar panels, present at the property, are freehold.

We are advised that planning permission is currently granted for amendments to the property. Further information can be found by visiting the Cornwall Council website and using the reference number: PA21/05066.

Mains electricity, water and private drainage.

Council Tax Band D.

We are required by law to ask all purchasers for verified ID prior to instructing a sale.

Prior to agreeing a sale, we will require proof of financial ability to purchase which will include an agreement in principle for a mortgage and/or proof of cash funds.

13th February 2023


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Wheal Vor, Breage, TR13

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  • Hayle Station5.9 miles
  • St. Erth Station6.0 miles
  • Lelant Saltings Station6.3 miles
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Christophers, Helston

5 Wendron Street, Helston, TR13 8PT

Christophers Estate Agents is an independent estate agency that was started with a view of providing “pure traditional estate agency”.

The company was established in 2002 and has an experienced team who for many years have dealt with property in this district.

We are indeed privileged to work in an area of such natural beauty. Helston is the gateway and commercial centre for the Lizard Peninsula and provides a range of national stores, Comprehensive School, College, Sports Centre

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