- Modern Three Bedroom House
- Well presented throughout
- South facing low maintenance garden
- Looe 5 Miles, Seaton 2 Miles, Plymouth 16 Miles
- Delightful village location
- No onward chain
- Double Glazing & Electric Heating
- EPC Rating: D - Council Tax: Band C
St Annes View is terrace of six modern houses named after the 19th century church in the village. Number 2 St Annes View is a well presented three bedroom property with its accommodation over two floors, south facing garden to the rear and private parking in a designated area at the end of the terrace. In brief the accommodation comprises: entrance hall, well fitted kitchen, downstairs cloakroom, lounge/ diner with patio doors onto the garden, three bedrooms and a family bathroom. The property fronts the road with a level low maintenance garden to the rear and path that leads to the parking area. Hessenford enjoys the benefits of a country pub,The Copley Arms, and there is a local farm shop with cafe just half a mile away. The Beach resort of Seaton is just a few miles as is the village of Downderry which is well served with plenty of amenities as well as a primary school. The larger coastal town of Looe with its full range of amenities is just 5 miles and the City of Plymouth 16 miles..
Partially glazed wooden door enters into the hall. Doors off to cloakroom, kitchen and lounge/ diner. Stairs rise to the first floor, under-stair storage area.
Close coupled wc. Corner wash basin.
Window to the front aspect. Schreiber fitted kitchen in a light wood finish to include cupboards and drawers. Integrated appliances to include oven, hob, cooker hood and slim line dishwasher. Space for fridge/freezer. Fitted work surfaces with ceramic tiled splash backs over. Recessed lighting. Space and plumbing for washing machine.
Patio doors to garden. Floor to ceiling airing/storage cupboard to one corner. Wall mounted electric heater.
Access to loft space. Doors off to bedrooms and bathroom.
Window to the rear aspect overlooking the garden. Wall mounted electric heater.
Window to the front aspect, wall mounted electric heater.
Window to the rear aspect, wall mounted electric heater.
Obscured window to the front aspect. White suite of panelled bath with shower above. Close coupled wc and wash basin. Full tiling to bath/shower area, splash backs to wash basin. Extractor fan. Shaver light. Heated towel rail.
Level garden to the rear. Garden is low maintenance with a south facing patio area and fully enclosed by fencing with a gate giving access to a path that leads to the parking area.
A single private parking space and visitors parking can be found in the parking area at the western end of the terrace.
Programmable electric panel heaters with individual thermostats. Towel rail in the bathroom.
Mains water and electricity. Private drainage system.
From our office take the Plymouth Road out of Looe, follow this through Nomansland and continue until you reach the village of Hessenford. On entering the village continue past the turning to Seaton on your right and the Copley Arms on your left, the property can then be found in the terrace on the right opposite a row of cottages.
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