3 bedroom end of terrace house for salePenryn, Cornwall
- END OF TERRACE EX-LOCAL AUTHORITY PROPERTY
- THREE DOUBLE BEDROOMS
- VERSATILE SUN ROOM/PORCH TO FRONT
- ENTRANCE HALL WAY WITH GROUND FLOOR BATHROOM
- OPEN PLAN LOUNGE AND DINING ROOM
- ENCLOSED COURTYARD GARDEN TO REAR
- BLOCK BUILT STORAGE SHEDS
- OFF ROAD PARKING
- DOUBLE GLAZING AND GAS CENTRAL HEATING
An end of terraced three bedroom property with spacious lounge/dining room, large entrance porch/reception/sun room, kitchen, ground floor bathroom, enclosed courtyard garden to rear with two block built storage sheds of equal proportion in addition to a good size cellar/storage area beneath the kitchen. To the front of the property are two off road parking spaces.
Glasney Place is located in a convenient position with ope ways giving pedestrian access to Penryn town centre, reasonable access to public transport facilities with bus links to Falmouth town and branch line rail way station connecting from Falmouth to Truro City with its main line National Rail Net Link.
Penryn is a historic and ancient market town with an active, ever increasing, community and provides a variety of specialist shops, restaurants, galleries, surgeries, nurseries, Public Houses, bridal shops, delis, cafes, Banks, library, wine bar, sports clubs, museum, pop up shops, a Free Car Park, Friday market and many local groups and activities.
The Penryn Rugby, Football and Cricket clubs along with Penryn College, Penryn Primary Academy, and of course Tremough University, which is a huge asset to the town, with its excellent reputation and strong facilities, are all close by and the town of Penryn itself offers a good range of day to day facilities with larger out of town retail park at Kernick and the Asda superstore.
It is enjoying something of a renaissance being the home of the Tremough Campus and also of the regeneration and development of Penryn's inner Harbour and provides good everyday facilities ever increasing local celebrations and festivities and has excellent communication with the nearby Falmouth Town.
Falmouth is a bustling harbourside town growing in reputation as one of the most desirable places to live in the whole of the UK. The centre boasts a profusion of high quality independent shops nestled between high street stores, galleries, cafes and restaurants. Henry VIII's Pendennis Castle marks the entrance to what is the world's third deepest natural harbour and is now home to the National Maritime Museum.
This is an end of terrace ex-local authority property which has been updated and redecorated throughout by the current owner to now provide neutrally decorated bright spacious accommodation which presents itself as a lovely family home, first time buy, or equally a student potential investment. Immediately available with three double bedrooms but with the potential to create a fourth. There are two separate block built out buildings to the rear. Which could be utilised to provide studio usage or workshops which ever is required.
Off road parking has been created to the front which is of course extremely valuable in this area of Penryn. There is double glazing and gas central heating.
Property ref: 121_1775_4439632
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