- Beautifully Presented Period Property
- Charming Character Features
- Gardens and Parking
- Former Bed & Breakfast
- 5 Bedrooms, 2 En suite
- Close to Town & Local Amenities
- Gas Central Heating, Double Glazing
Beautifully presented, warm and welcoming are the words that sum up this delightful period property. Laid out over three floors the accommodation is versatile and offers a spacious entrance hall, kitchen/breakfast room, dining room and lounge with study area on the ground floor, three bedrooms and a family bathroom on the middle floor and two en-suite double bedrooms on the top floor. The house and exterior have been lovingly maintained and updated over the years whilst retaining many of the original character features. Occasionally used as an Air B&B the property also lends itself to multi-generational living, as well as being a spacious family home or even a second home for larger families, all in all it certainly has a broad market appeal. Situated within walking distance of the town and local amenities and with the added benefit of two parking spaces and patio gardens, we strongly recommend viewings to fully appreciate all that this substantial residence has to offer.
A half glazed wooden front door enters into a spacious hall which boasts the original tiled floor. Space for hall furniture. Understair storage cupboard. Coving, ceiling rose. Stairs rise to the first floor. Doors to the living rooms and the kitchen/breakfast room.
The lounge area has a Cornish Stone fireplace with working open fire and stone hearth. There is a study/music area or home office to one end which is illuminated by a large roof window. Coving and ceiling rose. Glazed double doors open into the dining room. Radiator.TV point.
Good size room with working Cornish Stone fireplace and wood mantle. Coving and ceiling rose. Alcoves either side of chimney breast. Coving and ceiling rose. Radiator. Bay window incorporating uPVC patio door accessing front patio and garden.
Well fitted with a range of wall and base units with work tops incorporating a breakfast bar. Inset sink and drainer. Tiled splash backs. Wall mounted, built-in double oven and induction hob. Wall mounted combination boiler. Space for dishwasher and fridge freezer. Under stair utility cupboard housing the washing machine and tumble dryer. Tiled floor. Modern ceiling lights, central heating thermostat.High up cupboard housing the electric meter. uPVC window and external door to the side aspect. Roof window.
Stairs from the hallway rise to the first floor landing. uPVC window to the side aspect.
Two steps down into the family bathroom. Features corner bath, separate shower cubicle, close coupled WC and pedestal wash hand basin. Partially tiled walls, laminate floor. uPVC window overlooking the rear aspect. Radiator, shaver point.
uPVC bay window to the front aspect affording woodland and seasonal countryside views as well as the picturesque Looe Valley Line. Alcoves either side of chimney breast. Coving and ceiling rose. Radiator.
uPVC window overlooking the rear aspect. Coving and ceiling rose. Radiator.
uPVC window affording woodland views. Coving and ceiling rose. Radiator.
Stairs with half landing rise to the top floor. Obscure uPVC window to the side aspect. Loft hatch.
uPVC window to the front aspect overlooking the woods with seasonal countryside and partial river views. Radiator. Door to en-suite shower room.
En-suite Shower Room
Large walk-in shower cubicle, close coupled WC, pedestal wash hand basin, double glazed roof window. Heated towel rail.
uPVC window overlooking the rear aspect. Radiator. Some reduced head height. Door to split level en-suite shower room.
En-suite Shower Room
Corner shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin, close coupled WC. Heated towel rail. Roof Window.
A gate and stepped path from the front road lead up to the front entrance door. There is a terraced garden and a relatively private patio where one can enjoy alfresco dining and the afternoon and evening sun. A gravelled path to the side allows access to the rear of the property.
A stepped path from the kitchen door ascends to the south facing rear patio. Here there is plenty of space for outside seating as well a recently purchased greenhouse. There is also a handy storage void (4.52m x 3.05m) under the parking bay with a uPVC window and electricity. Steps continue up to the rear gate.
There is a tarmac parking bay for two cars, this is situated at the rear of the property on West Road next to the back gate which is sign posted Pencarrow.
Mains water, drainage, electricity and gas.
Property is heated by system of radiators from a gas combination boiler. There are also working open fires in the lounge and dining room
From our office take the Polperro road and drive up as far as Goonwartha Road on the left hand side.Follow this road back and down the hill to the crossroads. Go straight on to the rear of Beech Terrace. The property is second on the left and is sign posted Pencarrow. Pull into the parking bay and a member of staff will meet you here.
Cornwall County Council, Band D
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