Situated in a semi rural location on the edge of the village, Alwyns is a spacious property that enjoys generous gardens, countryside views and the added benefit of a large two storey outbuilding. Originally built around 1900 and extended in the early 1950`s the property offers 3 double bedrooms and a shower room on the first floor, whilst the ground floor comprises two reception rooms, two porches, a cloakroom and a family kitchen complete with an Aga. Other features of the accommodation include uPVC double glazing to most windows, oil fired central heating, a multi fuel burner to the lounge and countryside views from almost every window. Outside the property there are lawned gardens, parking for 2/3 vehicles and the outbuilding which could lend itself to a variety of uses.
The property is approached over a path through the garden and this leads to the front and rear entrance doors.
Wooden entrance door. Wooden door opening into the lounge. Windows to the side and front.
Partial double glazed bay window to the front overlooking the garden and the neighbouring countryside. Attractive fireplace to one wall that has alcoves to either side and features a closed front multi fuel burner. Two wall light points. Radiator. Part glazed door leads off to the hall.
Stairs rising to the first floor. Wooden door to the dining room.
Pair of uPVC double glazed windows looking onto the garden. Stone faced open fireplace (not in use) with inset wood lintel. Radiator. Part glazed door to kitchen.
Spacious and attractive room that features an oil fired Aga and an array of recessed cupboards. Add to this modern cream coloured floor and wall mounted units with fitted work surfaces that have space beneath for a washing machine and tiled splash backs above and you have a well presented and functional family kitchen. uPVC double glazed window overlooking the garden. Stable door to the rear porch.
uPVC double glazed window. uPVC double glazed door to the garden. Slate floor. Door to cloakroom.
Half tiled walls. Recessed lighting. WC with concealed cistern. Wash hand basin set into a small unit with cupboard beneath. uPVC double glazed window with obscured glass. Wall mounted radiant heater.
Single glazed skylight. Large built in airing cupboard with further cupboard above. Loft access to the main roof with fitted pull down ladder. Loft access to the extension roof. Doors off to all rooms.
uPVC double glazed bay window and further uPVC double glazed window, both to the front and both enjoying extensive countryside views. To the extent of one wall there are a range of fitted wardrobes with storage cupboards above. Radiator.
uPVC double glazed window giving views over the neighbouring countryside. Radiator. Useful recess.
uPVC double glazed window overlooking the neighbouring countryside. Radiator.
Recently updated this is a spacious room with double shower that has fully tiled walls. Close coupled WC and wash hand basin set against a tiled backdrop. Radiator. Recessed lighting. uPVC double glazed window with obscured glass.
These are of generous size and situated to the front, side and rear. Mainly laid to lawn the gardens offer a degree of privacy with mature hedging, shrubs and trees forming some of the boundaries. Paved area adjacent to the property. To the far end of the garden there is a gate giving access onto a path which leads to Meadow Road. Oil storage tank.
To the side and with access onto the road there is a block built two storey outbuilding with doors to the front at ground and first floor level and a pedestrian door to the side. The building measures approximately 10.63 x 5.24, has windows to the rear and electricity connected. To the front of the outbuilding there is a drive with hard standing for 2/3 vehicles and a gated path into the garden.
Mains water, electricity and drainage
Central heating is oil fired with an external Grant boiler close to the rear of the property.
The Aga can be used for general cooking and heating the hot water, if required.
Proceed out of Looe towards Polperro on the A387. After passing Waylands Farm on your left take the next right onto the B3359 which is signposted Pelynt/Lostwithiel. Continue on this road passing through the village of Pelynt until you see the sign for Lanreath. Turn left almost opposite Steve Wills Haulage and follow this road into the village bearing to your left between the church and the Punchbowl Inn. Follow the road passing Grylls Park and Meadow Road on your right, the next small opening on your right is the drive for Alwyns.
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- Spacious 3 bedroom accommodation
- Semi rural location with countryside views
- uPVC double glazing
- Drive with parking for two/three vehicles
- Detached two storey outbuilding
- Generous gardens
- Oil central heating
- Energy Rating: E47
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