3 bedroom detached house for saleSeworgan, Falmouth
- Detached house
- Three bedrooms
- Quiet rural location
- Beautiful gardens
- Garage and off road parking
- Flexible and spacious accommodation
- Independent annexe
- LPG central heating
Situated in a quiet and rural location, is this well presented detached three bedroom residence. Occupying a good size plot with mature gardens featuring woodland, lawn and patio areas, as well as off road parking and a garage. The flexible accommodation comprises three bedrooms, two reception rooms, two bathrooms, conservatory and a utility room. The property also offers great potential for an independent annexe on the ground floor. LPG central heating and Upvc double glazing.
Internal inspection strongly recommended. EPC - D.
The Property - Philip Martin are delighted to market this exceptionally spacious and private detached three bedroom family residence. Occupying a good size plot in the sought after and quiet hamlet of Seworgan, the property is blessed with extensive and delightful mature gardens featuring wooded areas, a brook, level lawn and patio areas as well as a large driveway to the front elevation. The property retains wonderful features throughout, comprising a wood burning stove, a custom built pine kitchen and various outbuildings including a garage, aviary and BBQ area. The flexible and spacious accommodation has been well presented throughout and currently provides; entrance hall, living room, two bedrooms and a bathroom to the entrance floor, with a kitchen diner, conservatory, utility room, a bedroom, shower room and a further reception room to the ground floor. The bedroom, shower room and reception room offer the use as an independent annexe, which would suit those with dependent relatives. Other benefits include LPG central heating and Upvc double glazing. An internal inspection is strongly recommended to fully appreciate all that this wonderful home has to offer.
The Area - Seworgan is a delightful hamlet, located just a short distance from Longdowns, which lies midway between Helston and Falmouth with Helston being the closest town which offers a good range of daily amenities. The University of Exeter campus at Penryn, the harbour town of Falmouth and the market town of Helston offer an excellent range of facilities which include schools, colleges, the university, shops, restaurants, supermarkets, banks and building societies. Falmouth also provides direct access onto the Carrick Roads for water enthusiasts.
In greater detail the accommodation comprises (all measurements are approximate):
Entrance - Front aspect glazed wooden door with matching window to one side opens into the entrance hall. Cherry wood flooring. Ceiling lights. Loft access hatch. Radiator. Stairs lead to the lower ground floor. Doors to; living room, two bedrooms and the bathroom.
Living Room - 6.50m x 6.25m (21'4 x 20'6) - Rear and side aspect Upvc double glazed windows with one feature floor to ceiling window. Front aspect window. Feature stone fireplace with slate hearth and an inset multi fuel burning stove. Television aerial point. Two radiators.
Bedroom 1 - 4.85m x 2.77m (15'11 x 9'1) - Rear and side aspect Upvc double glazed windows. Carpet. Radiator. Ceiling down light.
Bedroom 2 - 3.25m x 3.20m (10'8 x 10'6) - Front and side aspect windows. Fitted wardrobes providing hanging and storage space. Ceiling down light. Radiator. Carpet. Telephone point.
Bathroom - Front aspect opaque window. Suite comprising; panelled corner bath with central mixer tap, vanity wash hand basin with cabinet below and a close coupled WC with concealed cistern. Tiled floor and walls. Ceiling light. Radiator.
Lower Ground Floor -
Kitchen Breakfast Room - 5.31m x 3.25m (17'5 x 10'8) - Rear and side aspect Upvc double glazed windows. Rear aspect glazed door opening to the conservatory. Custom made pine kitchen fitted with a range of wall and base cabinets incorporating; cupboards and drawers, tiled work tops, an inset one and a half bowl sink drainer with mixer tap and tiling to the up stand. Electric cooker with a four ring electric hob above and cooker hood over. Under counter space and plumbing for a dishwasher. Under counter space for a fridge and freezer. Ceiling down light. Wall lights. Tiled floor. Door to the inner hallway with doors opening to a shower room and a bedroom.
Conservatory - 7.14m x 3.02m (23'5 x 9'11) - Block and Upvc construction. Side aspect doors opening to the garden. Tiled floor. Wall lights. Door to the utility room.
Utility Room - 3.99m x 1.96m (13'1 x 6'5) - Rear aspect Upvc double glazed window. Work top with under counter space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer. Belfast sink. Floor standing Worcester LPG boiler. Wall and base cabinets. Tiled floor. Ceiling light.
Bedroom 3 - 4.22m x 3.25m (13'10 x 10'8) - Rear aspect window. Fitted wardrobes providing hanging and storage space. Radiator. Ceiling light. Cherry wood flooring. Exposed stone.
Shower Room - Rear aspect opaque window. A modern suite comprising; shower cubicle with folding doors, vanity wash hand basin with cabinet below and a close coupled WC with a concealed cistern. Tiled floor. Tiled walls. Ceiling light. Radiator.
Reception Room - 4.98m x 4.62m (16'4 x 15'2) - Front and side aspect windows. Front aspect glazed door. Stone fireplace with an inset LPG burner and slate hearth. Wall lights. External staircase leading to the roof balcony. Television aerial point. Telephone point.
Outside - Front - Double wooden gates open into the property. Front garden affording a large circular driveway/parking area with centre island planted with palms and trees. Raised plant beds stocked with palms, trees, ferns and herbaceous plants. Garage with double doors to the front aspect. BBQ area with paving. Gate leading to a greenhouse area with timber greenhouse and two outbuildings. Area housing the LPG tank. Steps lead down to the far side of the garden leading to a further patio area and an aviary and attached shed. Patio with steps leads to the rear garden.
Rear - Presented as lawn and patio area, with borders stocked with mature trees. Gated steps to one side of the patio lead up to the front elevation. Planted beds stocked with a wide range of shrubs, plants, bushes and palms. Footpaths lead to the extensive wooded area, which leads to a babbling brook at the far boundary.
Services - Mains water and electricity. LPG central heating. Septic tank drainage.
Tenure - Freehold.
Council Tax - Band E.
N.B - The electrical circuit, appliances and heating system have not been tested by the agents.
Viewing - Strictly by Appointment through the Agents Philip Martin, 9 Cathedral Lane, Truro, TR1 2QS. Telephone: 01872 242244 or 3 Quayside Arcade, St. Mawes, Truro TR2 5DT. Telephone 01326 270008.
Directions - Proceeding from the Falmouth direction towards Helston on the A394 proceed into the village of Longdowns passing the petrol station on the left hand side. Proceed on through the village and follow the road through Herniss, Rame Cross and Edgecumbe. After approaching Carnebone, there is a left hand junction signposted for Seworgan. Follow this road and continue as if you were exiting the hamlet then The drive way to the property can be found on your right hand side just before Rosevine Farm.
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