3 bedroom detached house for saleLanner, REDRUTH, Cornwall
- DETACHED CHARACTER COTTAGE
- THREE DOUBLE BEDROOMS
- SHOWER ROOM AND EN-SUITE BATHROOM
- LOUNGE AND SNUG BOTH WITH WOODBURNING STOVE
- CONSERVATORY/SUN ROOM
- DOUBLE GARAGE
- SECULDED GARDENS
- DRIVEWAY AND PARKING
- STORAGE SHEDS AND SUMMERHOUSE
Internal viewing of this superb property will reveal the character and charm offered. Believed to have been constructed during the 1700s Carrick House has been the subject of much care and Being detached, it offers a good degree of privacy and seclusion yet is nestled between other property on the edge of the village.
Attractive bespoke fitted kitchen, snug and living room both with wood burning stoves, study and ground floor shower room plus a generous conservatory overlooking the private well stocked and tended gardens, three double bedrooms, two of which are to the first floor and the master bedroom to the ground with en-suite bathroom.
Double garage. Useful storage rooms. Timber shed. Summer house. Driveway providing extensive parking.
This cottage is tucked away in a no-through private lane yet nestled behind a bungalow development off of North Road. This is moments from the top of Penance Road which provides access from the top of Lanner village to the direction of Redruth and the A30 or opposing direction to Carharrack/St. Day/Falmouth.
Footpaths are available nearby linking to the village centre where there are convenient stores, renowned Fish and Chip Shop, Bakery, Public Houses, Playing Field, Primary Schooling and a Doctors Surgery. There is a filling station providing further general groceries.
A bus service runs through the village connecting to Falmouth, Truro and Redruth where a main line rail link is available to national connections.
The village is well positioned to provide access to both North Coast (where there are breath taking coast lines and sandy beaches famed for their surfing qualities and to the south coast (where there are beautiful sub-tropical gardens and many coastal walks to be discovered).
As previously mentioned really only an internal inspection of this lovely cottage will reveal the character and charm offered. Carrick House is a historic cottage located in a comparatively secluded position and has been the subject of very considerable extensions over the years.
The property oozes character and offers versatile accommodation, as two double bedrooms are located to the first floor, yet a generous ground floor double bedroom, master, with en-suite bathroom is located to the ground floor having independent access via double doors opening onto a turning ramp access (the end of this ramp has been utilized with steps but could easily be returned into disabled access).
The lounge with a wood burning stove and deep inset window seat and shutters has charming features including a built in glazed display with stunning curved oak reclamation doors and beautiful exposed granite point fireplace. There is a snug which could double as a dining room, again with a wood burning stove, a separate reception/study/office, a generous sun room/conservatory/dining room and a beautiful contemporary kitchen with bespoke Johnson and Johnson kitchen units.
The gardens surrounding the property offer a high degree of seclusion and have been the focus of the Vendors attention in recent months with established borders retained by attractive pole sleeper/timbers, a level well tended central lawn and a detached timber summer house facing back at the property perfect for many hours of relaxation.
The private driveway opens into wider paved parking area in front of the double garage and workshops.
Property ref: 121_1775_4487783
13' 9" x 12' 6" (4.19m x 3.81m) With one wall fitted with built in wardrobes with a curved corner hanging rails and shelving. Double glazed window to the front. Double glazed double doors opening onto the garden where there is a sloping ramped access (at present ending with steps but could easily be returned to ramp). Laminate flooring. Door to;
9' 4" x 4' 11" (2.84m x 1.50m) With half tiled walls. Low level WC. Oval bath with central mixer taps. Wash hand basin set into vanity unit with wall mirror and light. Down lighting. Doors to airing cupboard housing a hot water cylinder, slatted shelving and pipe work.
From the dining room/snug a door opens to the stair case rising to the first floor where there is a split landing.
12' 5" x 12' 1" (3.78m x 3.68m) With double glazed window to the front. Again exposed coins. A built in triple wardrobe to one wall. Latch and brace door. Feature fireplace. Night storage heater.
12' 3" x 10' 7" (3.73m x 3.23m) With double glazed window to the front. Exposed granite coins and vaulted open beamed ceiling. Latch and brace doors. Night storage heater.
An unmade lane turns and gives access via a five bar gate with external curtesy lighting to a gravelled driveway. Running to the left of the plot with the gardens running to the right with an elevated level the driveway closes to the property and turns to a large paved parking area providing off road parking for several vehicles in front of the;
14' 8" x 14' 5" (4.47m x 4.39m) With a metal up and over door. Double glazed window. Fluorescent strip lighting. Single drainer sink unit with mixer tap. Shelving. Inner door opening to;
7' 3" x 6' 9" (2.21m x 2.06m) With a double glazed panel window. Stable door. Tiled floor. Leading to;
SECOND STORAGE AREA
Again with folding panelled doors which open to the parking area. Door way giving access to separate WC and rear of cottage.
TO THE REAR
Directly to the rear is a storage shed and area of garden ideal for currently storing water storage butts, an aluminium framed green house and covered log store. A pathway to the side gives access via the gable end to the gardens.
TO THE FRONT
The gardens are mainly to the front of the property from the driveway are bounded by mature shrubs screening and step up to a large level lawned garden area where at the far end of the garden is the location of a;
13' (3.96m) measured into alcove shelves. With exposed beamed ceiling. One wall exposed stone and granite surround. Alcoves and feature fire place with an inset wood burning stove and a slate tiled hearth. There are wall light points. Deep set window seat with double glazed window opening into the conservatory and wooden shutters fitted. A corner cupboard housing electric meters. Curved oak reclamation panels concealing the staircase. Fitted glazed display cupboard with built in shelving. Original glazed panelled door opening back to the snug/dining room and access to;
16' 1" x 7' 4" (4.90m x 2.24m) (measured to walls) With pitched glazed ceiling. Dual aspect with doors to the front and side. Wall light points. Deep sills.
Again with access from the snug/dining room, recess for shelving and stained glass door opening to;
13' 6" x 10' 6" (4.11m x 3.20m) Fitted with a range of bespoke kitchen units (Johnson and Johnson) these comprise a range of eye level cupboards and base units incorporating drawers. Work surfaces over. Inset one and a half bowl sink unit and mixer tap. Dresser style combination of units of eye level and base with further drawers and basket shelves. There is an inset stove range style double oven with grill and a five ring gas hob over. Double stainless steel extractor hood and tiled splash backs. An integral dishwasher. Recess for fridge/freezer. Laminate flooring. Slate topped steps to;
12' 3" x 8' 10" (3.73m x 2.69m) Exposed beams. Granite coins. Attractive granite fireplace surround with substantial timber mantel over. Slate flagged hearth with an inset wood burning stove. Beamed ceilings. Beautiful arched oak wood panelling. Recess off stairs. Wooden strip flooring. Open doorway to;
15' 9" x 6' 5" (4.80m x 1.96m) Dual aspect double glazed windows. Canopied ceiling. Laminate flooring. Double glazed door opening to the rear of the cottage. Latch and brace door to lounge and to;
With a double glazed window. Double shower cubicle. Fully tiled surrounds. Glazed screened mixer shower, hand held and rain water attachment. Xpelair extractor fan. UPVC double glazed window to the side. Wash hand basin and mixer tap with a cupboard beneath. Low level WC. Wall mounted mirror and light. Down lighting. Electric heated towel rail. Slate tiled floor. Under floor heating.
Obscured glazed panelled door. Entrance to;
4' 11" x 3' 2" (1.50m x 0.97m)
DETACHED SUMMER HOUSE
13' 8" x 11' 5" (4.17m x 3.48m) Has power and light connected. Windows looking on to the front and side to the beautiful far reaching views. There is a covered patio directly in front of this with steps down to the garden.
A five bar gate opens into an area which is currently being developed as a natural pond and to the other border timber poles/sleepers retain elevated beds well stocked and lead up to the house where there is a raised rockery/fish pond to provide and interesting feature with surrounding lighting, a pagoda and paved pathway leading to the conservatory. the gardens are stocked with a range of beautiful shrubs including an Indian Bean shrub, Twisted Hazel, Cornish Palms, Silver Birch, apple trees, peonies, fruit trees rhododendrons, Dracaena Palm, Acer etc.
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