3 bedroom detached house for saleGorran Haven, Cornwall
This very impressive and substantial home believed to have been built around 25 years ago, in the style of an old Brittany country house is of a one off design built within a large and impressive plot with outstanding rural views to the rear elevation and is situated within walking distance of the beach and facilities within this sought after village.
Built with quality materials and great attention to detail. It offers generous light and airy accommodation with a great deal of charm and character. The impressive reception hallway sets the tone of the property with its grand central staircase that gives access to the large lounge with white painted beamed ceiling, contemporary style fireplace with wood burning stove, slate surround and windows on three elevations which take in the views over the beautiful gardens. The impressive large open plan kitchen/dining room situated on the other side of the hallway offers a very sociable living space, with a range of character units and room for a sofa or two. Boasting a classic Aga cooker and access to a beautiful Amdega Victorian style conservatory. The quality pine panel doors, with complimenting architraving, deep skirting boards and impressive arts and craft style door handles are a real sign of the uniqueness of this very special property.
Entrance lobby, reception hallway, cloakroom/shower room, large lounge, very generous country style kitchen/dining room/family room with walk in pantry. Conservatory. First floor landing, two double bedrooms, with sea glimpses from the main bedroom, a twin bedroom and a family bathroom. Beautifully planted, large rear garden mainly laid to lawn with large mature pond , two green houses and a large timber garden store. Detached garage and driveway with parking for several cars. Gas Central Heating.
EPC - E. NO CHAIN.
Set in this sought after traditional Cornish coastal village with a sandy beach and stone quay, the property is within walking distance to National Trust coastal paths and the harbour. Gorran Haven is renowned for its lovely beaches and spectacular coastline. The village itself has amenities catering for everyday needs including shop/post office, seasonal beach cafe and doctors surgery. Gorran Primary School is approx. 1.5 miles. The working fishing village of Mevagissey is approx. 3 miles.
A partially glazed stable entrance door gives access from the front of the property to the entrance lobby with quarry tiled floor. Glazed windows with views to the front of the property. Pine panelled door to a built in storage cupboard with the wall mounted Halsted gas fired central heating boiler. An opening leads to:
The reception hallway is a real feature of this property with an exposed wooden central staircase with newel posts, spindles and hand rails, giving access to the first floor landing. Pine panelled, double doors give access to a built in coat cupboard with hanging rail and fitted shelf. Pine panelled doors with matching architrave and with feature brass effect arts and crafts style door knobs give access to the lounge, kitchen/dining room and to the cloakroom/shower room. Exposed deep pine skirting boards. Double radiator with thermostat control. Two telephone points. Inset ceiling down lighters.
Fitted with a suite comprising; pedestal wash hand basin with chrome effect taps, WC with wooden seat, tiled shower cubicle with glazed door and side screen and wall mounted Triton Rubie electric shower. Tiled walls up to Dado tiling. Double radiator with chrome effect heated towel rail. Obscure glazed window to the rear elevation. Shaver light and point. Ceiling light point.
21'7" x 13'9" including fireplace (6.58m x 4.19m)
A triple aspect room with four windows giving views of the front, side and rear garden and multi pane glazed double doors giving access to the rear patio and garden and also with similar views to the rear window looking across the impressive gardens and with fantastic rural views beyond. Feature large fireplace with an impressive contemporary style woodburning stove set on to a slate tiled hearth and with slate tiled surround. Exposed and painted ceiling beams. Two double radiators with thermostat controls. Exposed deep wooden skirting boards. Four wall light points with dual dimmer switches. Television and telephone points.
21'5 x 14'9" at widest point but excluding recess for Aga (6.53m x 4.50m)
Fitted with a range of country kitchen style floor standing units with red brick built in supports, exposed pine door fronts and lengths of tiled work surfaces with inset double bowl, stainless steel sink with draining board, chrome effect mixer tap and tiled splash backs. Space for under counter fridge. Concealed space for washing machine. Built in red brick chimney breast style surround with fitted LPG fired Aga with decorative tiled splash back. Space for large dining table and chairs and space for dresser and a settee if required. A triple aspect room with glazed windows to the front and side elevation and with windows to the rear elevation looking over the rear gardens and with fantastic rural views beyond. Wall mounted display shelving. Double radiator with thermostat control. Exposed wooden ceiling beams and with three inset ceiling down lighters. Exposed deep wooden skirting boards. Double telephone socket. Multi pane, glazed double doors give access to the conservatory. An exposed pine panelled door gives access to:
Walk In Pantry
Impressive walk in pantry with extensive wooden shelving. Glazed window to the rear elevation. Space for fridge. Power points and ceiling light point. Exposed deep timber skirting boards. Wall mounted cupboard with trip switch box.
12' x 8' (3.66m x 2.44m)
A triple aspect, double glazed, ‘Amdega’ Victorian style conservatory with vaulted ceiling with double glazed window panels and with two roof light windows. Ceiling light point. Power points. Double radiator with thermostat control. Tiled flooring. Double glazed, double doors give views of and access to the rear garden and with fantastic rural views.
First Floor Landing
Glazed window to the rear elevation with views over the rear garden and fantastic rural views beyond. Double radiator with thermostat control. Exposed pine panelled doors with matching exposed wooden architrave and with feature brass effect arts and crafts style door knobs, give access to bedroom one, bedroom two, bedroom three and the family bathroom. Fitted bookcases on either side of the window to the rear elevation. Two wall light points. Exposed deep timber skirting boards.
15' measurement including built-in wardrobes but excluding window recess of 2' x 3'6" x 9'9" (4.57m (0.61m x 1.07m) x 2.97m)
A double aspect room with lovely rear views over the gardens and rural views beyond and there are sea glimpses from the side bedroom window. Space for a double bed with two reading light points above. Exposed pine panelled double doors give access to a built in double wardrobe with hanging rail and shelf. Similar doors give access to a built in double shelved cupboard. Exposed deep timber skirting boards. Television point. Fitted shelf. Two wall light points. Double radiator with thermostat control. In to eaves access point.
14'11" excluding window recess of 2' x 3'4", but including built-in wardrobes x 9'7" plus 3'8" x 3'11" door entrance (4.55m (0.61m x 1.02m) x 2.92m) (1.12m x 1.19m)
A double aspect room with lovely rear views over the gardens and rural views beyond. Garden and rural views from the side window. Space for a double bed with two reading light points above. White painted panelled double doors give access to a built in double wardrobe with hanging rail, shelf and into eaves access point. Similar doors give access to a built in double shelved cupboard also with hanging rail. Exposed deep timber skirting boards. Telephone point. Fitted shelving. Two wall light points. Double radiator with thermostat control. Into eaves access point.
10'9 x 9'9" including built-in wardrobes but excluding window recess of 2' x 3'5" (3.28m x 2.97m) (0.61m x 1.04m)
Glazed window to the front elevation. Double radiator with thermostat control. Space for twin beds. Three wall light points. White painted panelled doors to a built in double wardrobe with hanging rail, shelf and into eaves access point beyond. Fitted book shelving.
Fitted with a suite comprising; pedestal wash hand basin with gold effect taps, WC with wooden seat, tile enclosed bath with gold effect taps and tiled splash back. Partially tiled walls up to Dado tiling. Shaver point and light. Single radiator with thermostat control. Glazed window to the front elevation. Access to the loft space. Exposed pine panelled double doors open to a built in airing cupboard with wooden slatted shelving and the hot water tank. Ceiling light point.
Front Driveway and Gardens
There is a granite, gravelled driveway with parking for three to four cars and with access to the detached garage with carriage lighting on either side. Areas of garden laid to lawn with Cornish stone retaining walls. A granite gravelled pathway leads to the concealed propane gas tank for the central heating boiler. Mature hedged boundaries. Apple trees. Magnolia tree. Outside tap. Outside lighting on the side of the garage and by the front door. A paved stepped pathway with sage and lavender on either side, leads from the driveway and gives access to the front door and also leads to:
Over 13’ x approaching 10’ (Over 3.96m x approaching 3.05m)
With entrance door, two windows, fitted work bench with shelf above and overhead storage area. Power point.
From the front of the property, there is an area laid to lawn with stone stepping stones with pergola, mature climbing rose and climbing jasmine which lead around the side of the conservatory and gives access to the rear garden. From this area there is access to a little secret garden area. On the other side of the property, there is a granite gravelled pathway which leads to the far side garden where there is a clothes drying area, a greenhouse with vine. There is a wonderful climbing Wisteria on the side of the rear elevation of the house. Magnolia tree.
The rear gardens are a particular feature of this property and are laid out mainly over three levels that gently meander down to each other. Directly behind the property is a semi-circular shaped large paved patio stretching the width of the house and with ample room for tables and chairs and sun loungers in which to relax, soak up the sunshine and enjoy the views over the impressive gardens with breathtaking rural views beyond. Outside light and tap. There are fenced and hedged boundaries. The rear garden is planted with plants and shrubs including; Rhododendron, Hydrangea, Yucca, climbing Honeysuckle, Agapanthus, Buddleia, mature hedging, Fig Tree and various other trees, plants and shrubs. Greenhouse measuring 8’2” x 6’2 ”(both external measurements) (2.49m x 1.88m). There is a large feature pond with Cornish stone edging and stocked with various aquatic plants including Lilies. Exposed Cornish stone garden walls.
17’9” x 11’6” (both measurements measured wall to wall) (5.41 x 3.51m)
The detached garage has an electric, remote control, up and over door. Side window and glazed side door. Overhead storage area and strip lighting. Power points and trip switch box.
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