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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Treverbyn in Kehelland village, between St Ives and Truro

Withdrawn from Market £450,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Level 0.40 acre plot incorporating Southerly facing formal gardens, additional lawns and landscaped terraces
  • Electric gates onto a large brick-paved forecourt with ample parking, a detached double-garage and timber outbuildings
  • Semi-rural environment within a short drive onto the A30 for Truro and toward St Ives
  • Council Tax Band E
  • Mains electricity and water supply. Private drainage and LPG for heating
  • Stamp Duty to pay based on the asking price - Residential 12,500. Additional property 26,000

Full description

Surrounded by Cornish stone hedges for privacy, the first impression we believe you will appreciate is the size of the garden plot that our Vendor's home nestles within.
Formal lawn gardens with colourful bedded plants and a large patio terrace enjoy a Southerly aspect for all-day sunshine with additional timber fencing for the ultimate in seclusion. From the country lane, a wide electric gate opens onto a large block-paved forecourt allowing parking for numerous vehicles including hard-standing for a boat and motor-home. At the rear of these is a detached double-width garage that is surrounded by a neat lawn, accompanied by a number of timber-built outbuildings. Neat stone-chipped areas for potted plants and a second lawn area complete the rear part of the grounds.
Inside, the ground level layout is balanced to allow each space to retain it's independent status. However, emphasis has been placed the social side of the home and is met with the rooms opening into one another; perfect for entertaining. Upstairs there is a more traditional layout with a large landing with doorways into four good-sized bedrooms (the Principal with en-suite) and a four-piece bathroom suite.

A three-piece suite with tiled floor and splash-backs, heated towel rail and comprising of a part recessed shower cubicle, a mounted hand-wash basin with storage below and a WC with a low level cistern.

Bedroom 2 
10' 9'' x 10' 8'' (3.27m x 3.25m)
A double-sized room with fitted furniture.

Bedroom 3 
11' 9'' x 9' 9'' (3.58m x 2.97m)
A double-sized room with fitted furniture and laminated wood effect flooring.

Bedroom 4 
11' 2'' x 7' 5'' (3.40m x 2.26m)
A larger than average single room.

12' 0'' x 5' 0'' (3.65m x 1.52m)
A four-piece suite with tiled floor and wall splash-backs and a heated towel rail. Deep panel enclosed bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, a mounted hand-wash basin with enclosed storage below, fully recessed shower cubicle and a WC with a low level cistern.

Ground and Gardens 
The grounds could be considered nontraditional, yet each area is perfectly suited to its aspect. The front garden enjoys a Southerly aspect for maximum exposure to the sunshine with a central path from the entrance gate flanked by a level lawn and interspersed with flowering plants, shrubs and small tress. A patio terrace is ideal for barbecues or just sitting out to enjoy the ambiance of the surroundings. Th rear is landscaped for low maintenance. Two lawns add colour against stone chipped and paved areas. At the side boundary from the lane is a wide remote-controlled gate that opens onto a brick paved driveway that leads to the parking areas, including long-standing for a motor home and boat.

22' 0'' x 18' 5'' (6.70m x 5.61m)
Block-built with a tiled and pitched roof, two electric doors, side pedestrian door and power supply.

24' 1'' x 15' 10'' (7.34m x 4.82m)
Solid oak units are interspersed with open plate rails, glass-fronted display cupboards, a pull-out larder and wine cooler, while solid composite surfaces give plenty of space for food preparation. Integrated fitments include a a recessed sink unit, bespoke extractor with gas hob below and hot rods, double oven and grill, dishwasher, larder fridge and freezer. Sitting in the centre of the area is enclosed under-stairs storage and a direct link into the dining area with a continuation of oak units and composite surfaces, double doors open into Reception 1 and a second door leads into the inner hall.

Laundry room 
7' 0'' x 5' 0'' (2.13m x 1.52m)
A practical area with fitted wall cupboards, work surfaces and spaces for a washing machine and tumble dryer.

7' 0'' x 2' 9'' (2.13m x 0.84m)
WC with a low level cistern and a mounted hand-wash basin with tiled splash-back.

First Floor Landing 
Ceiling hatch for access into the attic and a large airing cupboard that houses a Megaflow water tank and side shelves for towels and bed linen.

Principal Bedroom 
13' 9'' x 12' 9'' (4.19m x 3.88m)
A double-sized room with a comprehensive range of fitted furniture.

16' 7'' x 8' 2'' (5.05m x 2.49m)
Central position within the dwelling, linking all primary day spaces.

Main Reception 
28' 1'' x 19' 9'' (8.55m x 6.02m)
A fabulous space for entertaining guests and a direct link from the front garden into the home.

Living Room 
24' 1'' x 14' 0'' (7.34m x 4.26m)
A primary day room with a stone chimney breast that sits as the focal point.

Sun Room 
20' 6'' x 6' 2'' (6.24m x 1.88m)
A cosier space off the living room with a serene outlook over the rear grounds.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
14 August 2017

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