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3 bedroom cottage for sale

Tredinnick, Duloe

Sold STC £190,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Delightful and well presented cob cottage in tranquil hamlet
  • Three bedrooms and first floor bathroom with shower
  • Bristling with charm featuring beamed ceilings
  • Totally refurbished in 2012/13 and extended to create stylish living
  • Two storey rear extension completed in 2012
  • Sitting/dining room with feature fireplace and cloam
  • Electric under-floor heating, electric heaters and hardwood double glazing throughout
  • Mains heat detectors and smoke alarms fitted
  • Enclosed, level garden with mains power & lighting, sun terrace and deck
  • Close to the south coast, 4 miles from Looe & Polperro

Full description

Delightful and well presented cob cottage in tranquil hamlet
Three bedrooms and first floor bathroom with shower
Bristling with charm featuring beamed ceilings
Totally refurbished in 2012/13 and extended to create stylish living
Two storey rear extension completed in 2012
Sitting/dining room with feature fireplace and cloam
Electric under-floor heating, electric heaters and hardwood double glazing throughout
Mains heat detectors and smoke alarms fitted
Enclosed, level garden with mains power & lighting, sun terrace and deck
Close to the south coast, 4 miles from Looe & Polperro
Previously occupied by the owner but ideal for letting or investment
Available with no forward chain

Situation - Tredinnick is a quiet hamlet beside Duloe, a pretty rural Cornish village located only 4 miles from the famous fishing port of Looe with sandy beaches and delightful coastal walks. Duloe itself enjoys a lovely country pub with restaurant, community shop and hall, primary school and Parish church, with pleasant country walks on the doorstep. The market town of Liskeard is also within 5 miles providing town centre facilities along with a retail park, supermarkets, leisure centre, community hospital and both primary and secondary schools. Also the A38 dual carriageway is easily accessible with direct access to Plymouth, Devon and westbound further into Cornwall

Sitting/Dining Room - A really sociable family reception room with stable style, partially glazed entrance door, two front facing windows with slate sills, 'tumbled' Travertine tile flooring with electric underfloor heating and beamed ceiling. The focal point of this irregular shaped room is a recessed stone fireplace with slate hearth, timber mantel and inset cloam oven. A doorway gives access to stairs rising to the first floor accommodation with under stairs storage cupboard. Also, an opening leads through to the Inner Hallway

Inner Hallway - With Travertine tiled flooring and doors to Kitchen and Cloak Room

Kitchen/Breakfast Room - Facing south westerly with a dual aspect, 'tumbled' Travertine tiled flooring with electric underfloor heating, beamed ceiling with halogen down lighters and walk-in larder. The kitchen suite features a range of fitted base, wall and drawer units in Oak effect, complemented by laminate working surfaces with inset enamel sink unit, drainer and ceramic tiled surrounds. Integrated appliances include extractor canopy and dishwasher which accompany with the free standing Rangemaster 'Toledo' electric range cooker. Also, there is space for a fridge-freezer and plumbing for a washing machine. Double glazed trifold doors open onto the rear sun deck and courtyard garden

Cloak Room - Tiled flooring, WC and pedestal wash basin

Landing - With loft access hatch

Bedroom One - Enjoying a dual aspect, morning sun and far reaching westerly views over rolling countryside. Built-in wardrobe and wall mounted electric heater

Bedroom Two - Also taking in fine and far reaching rural views with ceiling down lighters and wall mounted electric heater

Bedroom Three - With front aspect window, benefitting from morning sun and wall mounted electric heater

Bathroom - Chiefly tiled walls and 'mosaic' tiled flooring with electric under floor heating. The modern suite features a panelled bath with glazed shower screen and Mira electric shower, pedestal wash basin and WC

Outside - The rear garden benefits from a mains electricity supply and lighting, enclosed by boundary fencing and enjoys a westerly aspect benefitting from sun throughout the afternoon and into the early evening. The courtyard is completely level and chiefly laid to pavers with an area of timber decking, flanked by raised display beds edged with slate. The garden can also be accessed via a timber gate to the side with a pathway beside the neighbouring property. Also, there is a mains water tap

Parking - Although this property does not benefit from private off road parking, there is unrestricted roadside parking available adjacent to the cottage

Tenure - Freehold

Services - Mains electricity, water and drainage

Council Tax Band - C

Directions - From Liskeard centre, proceed out of town on Station Road (B3254), passing the railway station on the left. Stay on this road for approximately 4.5 miles, passing through the village of St Keyne, until you enter Duloe. Continue right through the village, and just before the road bears left, turn right for Tredinnick. As you proceed through the village the the property can be seen on the right, opposite the red telephone box, identified by the Parkes & Pearn For Sale sign


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