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3 bedroom bungalow for sale

Towednack, St Ives, Cornwall, TR26

Under Offer £275,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Superb Landscape Views
  • Detached Bungalow
  • Agricultural Tie
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Garden
  • Integral Garage
  • Pasture Field
  • Total c.2.20 Acres (.89 Ha)

Full description

Detached edge-of-hamlet bungalow requiring some updating, garden, integral garage & adjoining field. Superb views. Ag tie. Hall, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, utility, 3 beds & bath. Integral garage. Garden. Pasture Field. EPC Band F. 2.2 Acres

Situation - Delightfully situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the Penwith Peninsula, yet only about 3 miles from St Ives, Amalveor Bungalow presents uninterrupted and glorious landscape views as far as the sea and Lizard Peninsula in the distance.
St Ives offers a comprehensive range of facilities and amenities supplements by the town of Hayle to the east and harbour town of Penzance to the south - each being about 6 miles.
This attractive surrounding area is unspoilt and offers network of footpaths and lanes meandering amidst the rugged countryside and allowing easy access to the scenic coastline together with a number of fabulous surfing beaches and places of interest.

Description - Amalveor Bungalow was constructed in the early 1950s and presents an edge of hamlet residence set within its own garden and adjoining field. The accommodation to the property is well laid out, light and spacious and benefits from an oil fired central heating system and being double glazed. The accommodation warrants some updating and improvement. From the property a number of rooms take full advantage of some panoramic landscape views over Penwith Peninsula as far as the sea and The Lizard in the distance.

Accommodation - (With approximate room measurements shown on floor plan)

Small Entrance Hall - With part glazed front door, tiled floor with inset for a mat and opaque glazed inner door with side lights to:

Inner Hall - With wall convector heater and doors off to:

Living Room - With recess for Rayburn/Aga with cupboards to either side, corner shelf, radiator, picture rail and outlook with distant countryside views. Door to:

Kitchen - With range of base level units with stainless steel double drainer sink unit to splashback tiling. Space for electric cooker, wall shelving, wall convector heater, windows to rear garden. Part glazed door to:

Utility Room - With Belfast sink unit on block plinths with hot and cold water. Distant countryside views to the sea and UPVC part glazed door with side light to outside and integral door to the garage.

Sitting Room - With tiled open fireplace, double aspect with fine views, picture rail and radiator.

Bathroom - With walk-in shower with electric tiled shower, WC and washbasin. Mirror fronted bathroom cabinet, radiator and wall convector heater.

Bedroom 2 - With picture rail and far reaching views as far as The Lizard.

Bedroom 1 - With radiator, picture rail, distant countryside views as far as the sea, and door to built-in cupboard with hanging space and shelving.

Bedroom 3 - With corner washbasin to splashback tiling, radiator, picture rail, outlook to garden and door to built-in wardrobe with hanging space and shelving.

The Garden - There are garden areas around the bungalow with the principal garden on the northern side where there are areas of lawn with coniferous and deciduous tree borders intercepted by a garden path.

Integral Garage 176 X 94 - With oil fired boiler, metal up and over door, concrete floor, lighting, power points and double glazed window enjoying the countryside views.

The Land - The land with Amalveor Bungalow comprises a single pasture field situated to the east, south and west of the bungalow and gardens. Within the field is an old block outbuilding divided into two stores each about 8'10 x 6'10 and 8'10 x 6'6. In total, Amalveor Bungalow extends to about 2.20 Acres (.89 of a hectare).

Agricultural Occupancy Condition - Amalveor Bungalow is subject to an Agricultural Occupancy Condition a copy of which is available from Stags Truro Office on request.

Viewing - Strictly and only by prior appointment with Stags Truro office on 01872 264488.

Directions - On the A30(T) towards Penzance, bypass Hayle and at the roundabout at the end of the bypass, take the A3074 towards St. Ives. Drive down the hill to the roundabout and go straight over. At the next roundabout, bear left towards St. Ives (B3311). Drive for nearly three miles to the T junction. Turn left towards Penzance B3311 and after about 40 yards turn right towards Towednack. Follow the road around to the right, pass the entrance to Chytodden, pass Coldharbour Barn and ignore the turning to the left towards Nancledra. Take the next turning to the left towards Amalveor. Pass the entrance to Sweet Water Farm, drive up the hill and Amalveor Bungalow is the first property on the left-hand side.

Services - Mains water and electricity connected. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating. Double glazed. TV and telephone points.

These particulars are a guide only and should not be relied upon for any purpose.

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07 November 2016


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