3 bedroom cottage for saleBolingey, Perranporth
- Three Bedrooms
- Three Receptions
- 28' x 12' Outbuilding
- Renovation/Refurbishment Project
- Sold With No Chain
SEMI DETACHED GRADE II LISTED COTTAGE
Tucked away in a very quiet location on the outskirts of Bolingey and within a mile of the north Cornish coast at Perranporth and its famous sandy beach. In need of total refurbishment but offering huge potential. Large enclosed garden enjoying distant sea glimpses and views over the valley.
A very attractive semi detached period cottage tucked away in a quiet setting within the sought after village of Bolingey just a mile inland from the north Cornish coast at Perranporth. The property is in need of complete refurbishment but offers huge potential and has many wonderful period features that will appeal to many - not surprisingly it is Grade II Listed. The accommodation is light and spacious with high ceilings and well proportioned rooms. A feature is the fabulous inglenook fireplace with clome oven in the sitting room, there are exposed beam ceilings on the ground floor and the first floor bedrooms enjoy far reaching rural views. There is even a sea glimpse from the top of the garden. The cottage is thought to be approximately 200 years old and is likely to have originally been thatched. Internal work was started on the cottage many years ago, all of the plaster has been stripped off the walls, kitchen and bathrooms have been removed and the floor boards taken away from the room above the kitchen. The cottage was listed in October 1988 when it was inspected from outside and the listing is available for inspection from the agents. The property is suitable for cash purchasers only and will be ideal for builders, developers or those looking to create a most interesting home. The accommodation includes three reception rooms at ground floor level along the front of the property with two rooms beyond and three double bedrooms at first floor level. There are two staircases and therefore it is probable that in the past it was two dwellings. Adjoining the cottage is a very useful barn 28' x 12' and this has further potential to create garaging/workshop space. The gardens are located at the rear of the cottage and are somewhat overgrown but again offer huge potential, there are far reaching views over the valley with glimpses of the sea at Perranporth from the top.
Bolingey is a popular village within walking distance of Perranporth and its famous golden sandy beach. It has a popular public house and is a quiet village with many interesting houses in a valley setting. Perranporth boasts a variety of shops for daily needs including a wide range of beach shops and cafes serving the tourists and locals who come to enjoy the spectacular three mile long sandy beach. Truro is approximately nine miles away and is the capital of the county renowned for its excellent shopping centre, fine selection of restaurants and bars, Hall for Cornwall for year round entertainment and main line railway link to London (Paddington).
In greater detail the accommodation comprises (all measurements are approximate):
Entrance Hall - Stairs leading to first floor.
Sitting Room - 4.57m x 3.66m (15' x 12') - Deep inglenook fireplace with clome oven and timber lintel above, sliding sash window to front, exposed beam ceiling and door to:-
Former Kitchen - 4.98m x 2.31m (16'4" x 7'7") - Door to outside, window to rear and door opening to:-
Utility Room - 2.29m x 3.05m (7'6" x 10') - Half glazed door leading to rear and window to rear.
Dining Room - 3.78m x 3.61m (12'5" x 11'10") - Victorian fireplace with tiled hearth, wood surround and mantle over, exposed beams, sliding sash window to front. Door through to:-
Lounge - 4.50m x 3.91m (14'9" x 12'10") - Door leading to outside, window to front, secondary staircase leading to first floor, exposed beams. Former fireplace (possibly once housing a range cooker).
First Floor -
Bedroom 1 - 4.62m x 3.84m (15'2" x 12'7") - Sliding sash window to front enjoying far reaching rural views, built-in wardrobe over stairs and further built-in cupboard.
Bedroom 2 - 3.81m x 3.45m (12'6" x 11'4") - Sliding sash window to front enjoying views and telephone point. Door to:-
Bedroom 3 - 4.45m x 3.73m (14'7" x 12'3") - Secondary staircase leading down to lounge, sliding sash window to front enjoying views.
Landing - Archway leading to former linhay room above kitchen (floor has been removed).
Adjoining Barn/Workshop - 8.53m x 3.73m (28' x 12'3") - Large opening providing access for vehicles. Exposed roof trusses and door leading to rear.
Garden - The rear garden is overgrown although it has been trimmed back very recently. The garden is sloping and is ready for landscaping and planting. The greenhouse is included in the sale and there are fabulous views over the valley with sea glimpses towards the top of the garden.
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 - From Truro proceed in a northerly direction along the B3284 proceeding through Shortlanesend and Allet. Turning left onto the A30 and almost immediately right onto the B3284 signposted to Perranporth. At the next junction turn right onto the A3075. In the centre of Perranzabuloe turn left by the church into Cocks Hill (signposted Cocks) passing Quarry Road and at the next junction turn right and Greenbank is located on the left hand side. It is advisable for viewers to park along Bone Mill Road and walk up to the property. Please do not park outside the cottage as this lane needs to be kept free.
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