5 bedroom end of terrace house for saleCoinagehall Street, Helston
An extremely impressive, south facing, five bedroom, four reception room, two bath/shower room, grade II listed Georgian town house of grand proportions, offering expansive accommodation throughout, with the benefit of an attached garage and a delightful enclosed rear walled garden. EPC F36
Summary Of Accommodation -
Ground Floor - Vestibule. Entrance Hallway. Living Room. Dining Room. Kitchen/Diner. Utility Room. Conservatory. Cloakroom. Drawing Room. Study.
First Floor - Five Bedrooms. Shower Room. Bathroom. Landing.
Outside - Attached Garage. Outbuilding. Rear enclosed walled garden. Greenhouse. Outside Store.
The Property - An extremely impressive, south facing, five bedroom, four reception room, two bath/shower room, grade II listed Georgian town house of grand proportions, offering expansive accommodation throughout, with the benefit of an attached garage and a delightful enclosed rear walled garden. This iconic, and totally unique gentleman's residence we have been advised, is to be sold for the first time in the family's 62 year history.
This distinguished town house will undoubtedly appeal to a discerning family buyer, wishing to reside in a central town location with all its amenities on offer. The home adjoins other period properties of similar age and ilk from a bygone era, which are synonymous with classic historic houses located within Coinagehall Street.
The quality built end of terrace Georgian residence we have been advised was built circa 1795, and offers exquisite external detailed stucco plasterwork to the front and side elevations, under a pitched slate tiled roof, traditional sash windows and warmed by a gas fired central heating system. A plethora of traditional features attributed to this grand residence include, an impressive entrance portico, tessellated floor tiles, high skirting boards, paneled doors, fireplaces and high ceilings to name a few.
Delightful views are to be enjoyed from the property overlooking the Grylls Monument, bowling green, St Michaels Church tower and surrounding countryside.
The rear enclosed walled garden offers a lawn, cobblestone patio and a stone built outbuilding used for general storage.
The attached garage fitted with a sliding wooden door is accessed from Lady Street, and also accessed internally from the conservatory.
Location - The historic market town of Helston stands at the gateway of the Lizard Peninsula which is Britain's most southerly point, which gives access to some of the most dramatic coastal scenery and beaches the UK has to offer. The coastal and inland villages are most picturesque which add to the overall charm of this delightful and highly regarded peninsula. Helston has an eclectic array of individual shops, well regarded schools (both junior and senior) sports centre, doctor's surgeries, pharmacies and a cinema. The area boasts some outstanding walks and scenery nearby, eg Helston's boating lake through the National Trust land towards the outstanding Loe Pool and Loe Bar with the sea nearby.
The Accommodation Comprises -
(All Dimensions And Floorplan Are Approximate) - The property is approached directly from Coinagehall Street, together with alternative secondary access from Lady Street. An impressive and ornate portico above the front wooden glazed door complemented by a granite threshold, opens into the vestibule.
Vestibule - 1.80m x 1.07m (5'11" x 3'6") - Period tessellated patterned tiled floor. Wooden glazed door with a numbered window light above opening into the entrance hallway.
Entrance Hallway - A generous entrance hallway featuring a tessellated period tiled floor. Staircase ascending to the first floor accommodation. Attractive ornate period archways feature along the length of the hallway. Radiators, wall mounted modern electric fuse board, ceiling, lighting and period panel doors leading off to the:-
Living Room - 4.24m x 4.09m (13'11" x 13'5") - A double aspect room incorporating traditional sash windows fitted with shutters. A fabulous feature to this room is the impressive Italian 'Carrara' white marble open fireplace, complemented by an ornate metal back grate with a ceramic tiled hearth. Ceiling rose, cornicing and lighting.
Dining Room - 4.24m x 3.25m (13'11" x 10'8") - Sash window fitted with shutter boards to front aspect. Feature period open fireplace fitted with an ornate patterned metal surround, complemented by ceramic tiled surround. Radiator and ceiling lighting.
Kitchen - 3.76m x 3.35m (12'4" x 11') - Gas fired 'Rayburn' providing the hot water, cooking and central heating. Space provided for an upright fridge/freezer. Internal sash window looking into the adjacent conservatory. Ceramic tiled floor, inset ceiling lighting and archway to utility room.
Utility Room - 4.39m x 1.60m (14'5" x 5'3") - Base storage unit complemented by a quality polished granite work surface and a ceramic tiled splash back. Inset 'Belfast' style sink. Space and plumbing provided for a washing machine and dishwasher. Windows, ceramic tiled floor and inset ceiling lighting. Door to the conservatory.
Conservatory - 4.88m x 2.69m (overall maximum measurements) (16' - Mono sloping plastic corrugated roof. External tap, windows and door to the rear garden. Internal doors leading to the hallway and garage.
Cloakroom - 1.37m x 0.89m (4'6" x 2'11") - Low level WC. Window, wall light and wooden paneling to dado height.
Drawing Room - 3.28m x 2.95m (10'9" x 9'8") - Sash window fitted with shutter boards to front aspect. Period open fireplace complemented by an ornate metal surround incorporating decorative ceramic tiles. Radiator and ceiling light.
Study - 3.12m x 2.26m (10'3" x 7'5") - Sash window to the side aspect overlooking Lady Street. Hardwood flooring, inset ceiling lighting, radiator, telephone point and wood paneling to dado height.
Staircase - Ascending from the entrance hallway to the first floor landing. A period winding closed tread carpeted staircase, complemented by painted newel posts, balusters, and polished hardwood handrails.
First Floor Landing - Large rear multi paned window naturally illuminating the staircase and landing areas. Airing cupboard incorporating the hot water storage cylinder. Radiator, ceiling light and period paneled doors off to:-
Bedroom One - 4.24m x 4.19m (13'11" x 13'9") - A delightfully spacious double aspect bedroom complemented by two sash windows enjoying views to the Grylls Monument, the bowling green and surrounding countryside beyond. Period fireplace fitted with a mantle surround, tiled hearth and metal grate. Radiator and ceiling light.
Bedroom Two - 4.45m x 4.24m (14'7" x 13'11") - Sash window to the front aspect. Period fireplace fitted with an ornate patterned metal surround and mantle above. Radiator and ceiling light.
Bedroom Three - 3.38m x 3.00m (11'1" x 9'10") - Sash window to the front aspect. Period open fireplace fitted with a metal surround and wooden mantle above. Radiator and ceiling light.
Bedroom Four - 3.38m x 2.92m plus 2.08m x 0.94m (11'1" x 9'7" plu - Sash window to rear garden aspect. Period open fireplace fitted with a wooden mantle surround and a metal grate. Radiator and ceiling light.
Bedroom Five - 2.84m x 2.24m plus 2.01m x 1.14m (9'4" x 7'4" plus - Sash window overlooking the side aspect of Lady Street. Radiator and ceiling light.
Bathroom - 2.57m x 2.44m (8'5" x 8') - A three piece suite comprising a fabulous original metal enameled high back bath fitted with supporting feet. Low level WC. Pedestal wash hand basin. Wooden paneling to dado height. Window to the rear aspect, radiator, storage cupboard, vinyl floor, loft access hatch and inset ceiling lighting.
Shower Room - 2.24m x 1.60m (7'4" x 5'3") - Corner shower unit. Pedestal wash hand basin. Feature stained glass window to the side aspect of Lady Street. Ceramic tiled walls, vinyl flooring, radiator and inset ceiling lighting.
Attached Garage - 4.98m x 4.06m (16'4" x 13'4") - A generous garage fitted with a horizontally sliding door onto Lady Street, and also internal access from the conservatory and hallway. Mono sloping corrugated tin roof and window to the rear garden.
Outbuilding - 4.67m x 2.24m (15'4" x 7'4") - A useful storage barn built with granite/stone external elevations, under a scantle slate hipped roof and a horizontally sliding sash window .
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