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3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Cross Common, The Lizard, TR12

Sold STC £250,000

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Tenure: Freehold

Formally a 19th Century Chapel the property is presented both internally and externally to a high standard and is situated within walking distance of the picturesque Church Cove and the South West coastal footpath. The deceptively spacious accommodation comprises in brief on the ground floor of an entrance porch, hallway, open plan kitchen/dining room, utility room, shower room, cloakroom and a dual aspect lounge having a feature fireplace. On the first floor a landing gives access to the family bathroom and three bedrooms. The dwelling benefits from UPVC double glazing and is warmed by oil fired radiator heating. From the first floor elevation far reaching country and coastal views can be enjoyed.

Outside the property enjoys an enclosed lawned garden to the front whilst to the rear the garden again is enclosed having a pleasant patio area leading onto a lawned garden with mature shrubs giving an excellent degree of privacy. A stone chipped driveway which provides parking leads to the detached garage. This property has much to offer discerning purchasers.

The property would seem an ideal investment opportunity as it has been successfully let over several seasons or it would make a lovely family home or just a retreat away from the hustle and bustle of city life.

The Lizard, which is, mainland Britain’s most Southerly village plays host to many clubs, societies and organisations. There is the picturesque Church of St. Wynwallow, Methodist Chapel, several shops catering for everyday needs, the renowned Top House Public House, The Witchball bar and restaurant, Doctor’s Surgery and primary school. There are many inland and coastal walks to be enjoyed with much of the coastline being in the ownership of the National Trust.

Close by is the picturesque Kynance Cove and the fishing Cove of Cadgwith. The Helford River with its fine sailing waters is nearby and offers the opportunity of exploring the many beautiful wooded creeks, including Frenchman’s Creek which was made famous by Daphne Du Murier in her novel of the same name. The market town of Helston famous for its annual Furry Dance and Flora Day Celebrations offers a wider range of shopping and business facilities and is approximately 12 miles away. There is a mainline Inter City Station approximately 25 miles away at Redruth with London Paddington reached in approximately four and three quarter hours.

THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES – (all dimensions approximate)

ENTRANCE PORCH – Tiled flooring, small paned door leading through to:-

HALLWAY – Staircase to first floor, smoke detector, cupboard housing electric meters/fuse board, ceiling light and door through to lounge and door to:-

OPEN PLAN KITCHEN/DINING ROOM – DINING AREA – 9’10” x 9’ – Beamed ceiling, feature fireplace with wood mantle over, recess shelving, telephone point, radiator, window with deep sill, opening through to - KITCHEN AREA – 12’7” x 6’7” – Beautifully fitted modern kitchen with excellent range of base and wall units with drawers, display cabinet, extractor fan, cooker socket, roll top work surfaces incorporating a single bowl stainless steel sink unit with drainer, understairs storage cupboard, spotlight arrangement, tiling to walls, laminate wood effect flooring, door through to lounge and to:-

UTILITY ROOM – 9’7” x 9’6” (plus recess) – Built-in storage cupboard, radiator, plumbing for washing machine, central heating boiler, work surfaces, door leading out to rear garden, dual aspect, spotlight arrangement, laminate wood effect flooring, smoke detector and door through to:-

SHOWER ROOM – 6’1” x 2’3” – Walk-in tiled shower cubicle with electric shower, tiling to floors, ceiling light, frosted window, door to:-

CLOAKROOM – 4’7” x 2’4” – Wash hand basin with tiled splashback, low level w.c. and tiled flooring.

LOUNGE – 16’8” x 10’11” – Beamed ceiling, dual aspect with three windows one with deep sill, two radiators, feature fireplace with wood surround on a slate hearth currently housing a coal effect electric stove.


LANDING – 12’10” x 5’1” - Trap hatch to loft space with pull down ladder, balustrade, picture window enjoying excellent country views with distant sea glimpses, door to three bedrooms and to:-

BATHROOM – 8’10” x 7’1” – Nicely appointed with panelled bath, low level w.c., pedestal wash hand basin, laminate wood effect flooring, recess lighting, frosted window, radiator, bathroom cabinet, heated towel rail.

BEDROOM 1 – 9’5” x 8’9” (plus recess 5’11” x 3’9”) – Two windows and radiator.

BEDROOM 2 – 9’8” x 9’2” – Window and radiator,

BEDROOM 3 – 10’1” x 7’7” – Window and radiator .

OUTSIDE – To the front the garden is enclosed having a lawned area with flower and shrub borders. A stone chipped driveway leads to the rear where there is parking and a DETACHED GARAGE. REAR GARDEN – Being enclosed having a pleasant patio area leading onto the lawned garden. Mature shrubs give an excellent degree of privacy.

SERVICES – Mains electricity, drainage and water.

AGENTS NOTES 1 – The owners of Lankidden House have a vehicular right of way over Dene House driveway to gain access to their property.

AGENTS NOTES 2 – Dene House is currently let out as a commercial let and has advanced bookings for 2013 season. The property has successfully been let over the last few years with (01326) 240333 reference number is 145.

AGENTS NOTES 3 – The majority of contents are available by separate negotiation.

AGENTS NOTES 4 – Completion cannot take place until mid September unless the prospective purchasers are prepared to honour the existing bookings.

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18 September 2013

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