3 bedroom terraced house for saleNewtown, St. Martin, Helston
A superb opportunity to purchase a gorgeous quintessential three bedroom, double fronting mid terrace period cottage, exuding character and much charm from a bygone era, together offering delightful open plan accommodation, and a generous westerly facing enclosed rear garden. The cottage is located within the delightful rural residential village of Newtown St Martin which nestles in the highly acclaimed southern Helford. EPC F27.
Summary Of Accommodation -
Ground Floor - Porch. Open plan Kitchen / Diner / Living Room.
First Floor - Three Bedrooms. Bathroom. Landing.
Outside - Generous enclosed rear garden. Small low maintenance graveled front garden. Attached rear Workshop / Store. Wooden Shed.
The Property - A superb opportunity to purchase a gorgeous quintessential three bedroom, double fronting mid terrace period cottage, exuding character and much charm from a bygone era, together offering a generous westerly facing enclosed rear garden. The cottage is located within the delightful rural residential village of Newtown St Martin which nestles in the highly acclaimed southern Helford. The property has beautiful part exposed mellow granite / serpentine, and painted rendered external elevations, under a pitched tiled roof complemented by terracotta ridge tiles, UPVC double glazed windows, and warmed by a gas ( LPG ) fired central heating system. The heating of the cottage is further supplemented during the winter months by the cast iron log burning stove, located within the inglenook fireplace situated in the living room. The home has been well maintained and stylishly decorated throughout in a neutral contemporary 'white' colour scheme, further enhancing the characterful light and airey ambience. The ground floor accommodation has a wonderful contemporary open plan layout, which stylishly and effectively amalgamates the kitchen, dining and living room areas.
The character cottage offers a plethora of character features including a stunning period granite inglenook fireplace supported by a massive ancient timber lintel, open beam ceilings, period internal doors, exposed granite quoins, and finally enhanced by the character 'chocolate box' front elevation.
The rear westerly facing enclosed garden is generous in size, mainly laid to lawn, with some planted borders and mature shrubs. An attached rear workshop / store incorporates the LPG bottles supplying fuel to the boiler, together with ample storage space for gardening supplies / tools etc.
Location - Newtown St Martin is a delightful sought after residential village located within the southern Helford, enjoying wonderful countryside. The village offers a delightful public house. A village shop, post office and public house can be found in the nearby village of Mawgan. Close to Newtown St Martin, the nearby creek side Helford village enjoys one of Cornwall’s most picturesque iconic destinations nestled amongst delightful creeks. The area is renowned for its sailing waters, wildlife and footpaths for walkers wishing to explore this charming and tranquil setting. Within easy reach is the historic market town of Helston which stands at the gateway to the Lizard Peninsula. Britain's most southerly point, the Lizard gives access to some of the most dramatic coastal scenery and beaches the UK has to offer. Helston has an eclectic array of individual shops, restaurants, sports centre, doctor's surgeries, pharmacies, three supermarkets and a cinema.
The Accommodation Comprises -
( All Dimensions And Floor Plans Are Approximate ) - The property is approached from the road, where a footpath leads up to the painted wooden front door opening into the porch.
Porch - 2.18m x 1.17m (7'2" x 3'10") - A double aspect front porch. Low level boot cupboard with a display shelf above, ceramic tiled floor and wooden paneled door opening into the open plan living / dining / kitchen areas.
Living Room Area - 4.62m into back of fireplace x 2.64m plus 2.62m x - A fabulous double aspect character room oozing charm and charisma. The room is enhanced by an impressive period stone built inglenook fireplace with a cast iron log burning stove on a slate hearth, complemented by exposed granite / serpentine stonework and supported by a massive ancient wooden lintel. Window to the front aspect complemented by shutter boards. Wall mounted electric fuse board cupboard. Feature open beam ceiling supported by massive wooden columns. Radiator, window to the rear garden, telephone point, part exposed stone floor and ceiling light. Staircase ascending to the first floor accommodation.
Kitchen - Dining Area - 4.57m x 2.06m plus 2.82m x 2.41m (15' x 6'9" plus - A lovely double aspect open plan layout providing a generous space for a dining table. A selection of painted base storage units, complemented by a melamine work surface and ceramic tiled splash backs. Inset stainless steel drainer sink. Inset electric cooking hob with an oven below. Space and plumbing provided for a washing machine / dishwasher. Front window fitted with shutter boards. Rear window overlooking the back garden. Radiator, ceiling light and UPVC double glazed door to rear garden.
Staircase - Ascending from the living room. A closed tread carpeted staircase with a handrail ascending to the first floor landing.
First Floor Landing - Window overlooking the rear garden, whilst naturally illuminating the landing and staircase areas. Small high level storage cupboards, and painted braced doors off to :-
Bedroom One - 3.51m x 2.39m plus 1.85m x 0.66m (11'6" x 7'10" pl - Window to the front aspect, radiator, cupboard and wall light.
Bedroom Two - 3.00m x 2.92m (9'10" x 9'7") - Window to the front aspect, radiator and ceiling light.
Bedroom Three - 2.39m x 1.73m of irregular shape (7'10" x 5'8" of - Two windows overlooking the rear garden and countryside beyond. Two recessed storage cupboards. Mono sloping ceiling, radiator and ceiling light.
Bathroom - 2.82m x 1.73m (9'3" x 5'8") - A three piece suite comprising a paneled bath fitted with a shower attachment and protected by a slate tiled splash back. Low level WC. Pedestal wash hand basin with a tiled splash back. Window to back garden, with impressive slate display sills either side, vinyl floor, mono sloping ceiling and lighting. Wall mounted LPG 'Baxi' boiler enclosed within a wall cupboard. Chrome towel radiator.
Attached Workshop / Store Room - 2.67m x 1.98m plus 1.68m x 1.63m (8'9" x 6'6" plus - A useful attached store room. LPG bottle storage for the central heating, power and light connected, mono sloping roof and window to rear garden.
Agents Note - The above property details should be considered as a general guide only for prospective purchasers. Olivers Estate Agents does not have any authority to give any warranty in relation to the property. We would like to bring to the attention of any purchaser that we have endeavoured to provide a realistic description of the property, no specific survey or detailed inspection has been carried out relating to the property, services, appliances and any further fixtures and fittings/equipment. If double glazing has been stated in the details, the purchaser is advised to satisfy themselves as to the type and amount of double glazing fitted to the property. We recommend all buyers to carry out their own survey/investigations relating to the purchase of any of our properties. All measurements, floor plans, dimensions and acreages are approximate and therefore should not be relied upon for accuracy.
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