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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Mevagissey, Cornwall, PL26

Under Offer £325,000

Property Description

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Tenure: Freehold

This very unique, three bedroom detached house, believed to have been built in the 1800's, is located in a nicely tucked away location that is also very conveniently positioned for an easy walk to the shops and facilities within the village. The house has a fantastic walled garden, larger than most in the area that measures over 90' x over 60' as well as off street parking for one/two cars.

Hallway, lounge with fireplace, dining room, outer lobby, kitchen with Rayburn, utility room, separate W/C, bathroom, first floor landing, master bedroom with en-suite shower and two further bedrooms. Double glazing. Garden, driveway and two garden sheds.

EPC - G.

As a working fishing village on the south Cornish coast, Mevagissey is renowned for its labyrinth of quaint cob and slate fisherman’s cottages, retaining much of its charm through its tiny winding streets and is particularly noteworthy for its historic twin harbour walls. Much of the nearby coastline is owned and protected by the National Trust and offers spectacular coastal walks. Mevagissey caters well for everyday needs having everyday shops, gift shops, public houses and restaurants, as well as an activity/sports centre with sports grounds. Locally there are Porthpean, Gorran Haven and Caerhays beaches.

Entrance Hallway
An obscure double glazed entrance door with matching window panel above, gives access to the entrance hallway. Ceiling light point. Painted timber dado rail. Staircase to the first floor landing with painted spindles, newel posts and handrail. There is an open understair storage area with coat hanging pegs. Painted tall skirting boards. Wall mounted contemporary style Gabarron electric touch controllable radiator. A door gives access to the bathroom and an obscure glazed panel door gives access to the separate WC.

Dining Room
13’2” x 8’3” excluding recess of 1’7” (4.01m x 2.51m) (0.48m)
Double glazed window with garden views on one side. Coved ceiling with inset ceiling downlighters. Painted tall skirting boards. Wall mounted contemporary style Gabarron electric touch controllable radiator. Telephone point. A wide opening with raised display niches on either side leads to.

14’1” x 10’1” at widest point (4.29m x 3.07m)
Feature fireplace with decorative painted timber surround and mantle piece, with inset slate tiled slips and hearth; currently with an electric coal effect fire. Coved ceiling. Double glazed window with views over the rear garden. Two wall light points. Sky cable point (subject to subscription). Painted tall skirting boards. Wall mounted contemporary style Gabarron electric touch controllable radiator.

Outer Lobby
A step and an opening leads to the kitchen. An obscure double glazed door with matching window panel above, gives access to the open fronted storm porch with polycarbonate roof. Tiled flooring. Overhead cupboard housing the trip switch boxes and the electricity meter.

11’9” x 9’7” including fireplace (3.58m x 2.92m)
Fitted with a range of limed oak style fronted wall mounted and floor standing units with lengths of rolltop worksurfaces, tiled splashbacks and concealed under unit lighting. Inset sink with drainer and chrome effect mixer tap. Built-in drawers. Corner display shelving. Glazed fronted wall mounted cupboard. Inset Whirlpool four ring electric hob with concealed extractor fan above, and Whirlpool built-in fan assisted oven. Pull Out concealed ironing board. Tiled flooring. Ceiling mounted spotlights. Access to a roof space. Floor standing racing green solid fuel Rayburn (not used), set into a tiled fireplace style surround with inset timber style beam above; built-in floor to ceiling cupboard on one side housing the hot water tank and with wooden slatted shelving. Double glazed window with views over the garden. TV point. A step and louvered door leads to:

Utility Room
7’6” x 4’4” (2.29m x 1.32m)
Space for a fridge/freezer and a washing machine. Double glazed window with garden views. Tiled flooring. Wall light point. Overhead shelf. A door leads to the outside.

Fitted with a tile enclosed bath, with chrome effect mixer tap and handheld shower attachment. Built-in vanity unit with marble effect top and inset oval wash hand basin with chrome effect taps and fitted towel storage area on one side. Tiled walls. Chrome effect heated towel rail. Coved ceiling with ceiling light. Obscure double glazed window. Radiator with thermostat control (Not Used).

Seperate WC
WC with push button flush. Tiled floor and walls upto dado rail. Ceiling light point. Overhead shelf.

First Floor Landing
Ceiling light point. Painted dado rail and painted high skirting boards. Radiator with thermostat control (Not used). Painted panel doors give access to the three bedrooms.

Bedroom One
13’ measurement taken into wardrobe x 10’3” (3.96m x 3.12m)
Double glazed window with views over the rear garden and rural views on the far edge of the village. Space for double bed. Wall mounted electric panel heater. Ceiling light point. Built-in four door wardrobe with handing rails, fitted shelving, central dressing table area with drawers, glass top, and wall mounted mirror and concealed overhead lighting. Painted tall skirting boards. Painted Louvred double doors lead to:

En-suite Shower
Decorative miniature tiled walls and floor. Corner shower cubicle with sliding doors and a wall mounted Mira Sport electric shower. Extractor fan. Ceiling light point. Wall mounted electrically heated towel rail.

Bedroom Two
16’ x 7’4” (4.88m x 2.24m)
Double glazed window with garden views and rural views beyond the edge of the village. Space for twin beds, fitted units behind including built-in display ledges. Built-in double wardrobe with handing rail and shelf. Radiator. Painted skirting boards.

Bedroom Three
10’2” x 6’4” (3.10m x 1.93m)
Double glazed window with garden views and rural views on the edge of the village. Space for single bed and access to the roof space. Painted tall skirting boards.

There is a concrete built driveway, with off street parking for potentially one or two cars; which is walled on three sides. Gated access and five steps lead to:

Over 90’ in length at longest point x over 60’ in width at widest point, measurement taken towards the bottom of the garden (27.43m x 18.29m)
The garden is mainly laid to lawn with concrete pathways giving access to the front and side entrance door. There is an area with space for table and chairs, with mature Cornish palm trees on one side and Agapanthus. Outside tap. Old coal store on one side. Flowerbed with Victorian style edging, a further flowerbed with stone retaining wall and Cornish palm trees. Outside lighting. There is a paved patio area with garden walls on two sides, and space for table and chairs. Decorative well pump (not functional). The majority of the garden is laid to lawn with high garden walling on three sides, flower and shrub boarders and planted with Conifir, Magnolia tree, Camellias, Hydrangeas, Agapanthus, Rhododendron, Fuchsias, Azalea and other plants and shrubs. Garden shed with entrance door, window and fitted shelving. There is a secondary garden shed with double entrance doors.

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