2 bedroom detached bungalow for saleStithians, TRURO, Cornwall
- DETACHED BUNGALOW
- TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS
- UPDATED BY THE CURRENT OWNERS
- LOUNGE WITH WOOD BURNING STOVE
- MODERN FITTED KITCHEN WITH BUILT-IN APPLIANCES
- MODERN BATHROOM SUITE
- VIEWING HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
- TIMBER FRAMED PROPERTY - CASH PURCHASERS ONLY
A rare opportunity to acquire a unique, detached timber built two bedroomed bungalow which has been updated by the current owners to a very high standard.
AN INTERNAL INSPECTION IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED TO FULLY APPRECIATE THE LOCATION AND ACCOMMODATION ON OFFER
***CASH PURCHASERS ONLY***
Stithians is a village and parish in a beautiful rural location between Redruth, Helston and Falmouth.
The name is believed to derive from the dedication of the parish church to St Stithian, of whom little is known.
Stithians is famous for its Agricultural Show which takes place every July on the local Feast Day. See Events for information.
The village has its own band - the St Stithians Silver Band and a male and ladies choir.
The parish contains a large number and variety of archaelogical remains from standing stones, rounds, stone crosses and a holy well to the industrial heritage of the gunpowder mills of the Kennal Vale.
Close to the village is Stithians Reservoir, the reserve is a popular bird watching area.
Stithians Dam was completed in 1964 to create a 270-acre (1.1 km2) reservoir to the west of the village, which supplies water to a large part of the west of Cornwall. It is a place for bird-watching, fishing and water sports. Stithians has a rugby football club (founded in 1890) and a football club running two teams in the Trelawny League.
Stithians Show is one of the largest one-day agricultural shows in the UK: the show is held annually in July and the attendance is in excess of 20,000. Established in 1834, it has been held continuously since then (except for three years during World War I, and five years during World War II; and there was no show in 2001 due to the nationwide outbreak of foot and mouth disease). Up until 1992, the Show was sited on fields in the centre of the village. Then the threat of rental increases as well as the show's increasing size encouraged the Agricultural Association to purchase its own land at Kennall Farm and establish a site there.
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