- Spacious Detached Family Bungalow
- Generous Plot With Ample Parking
- Annexe, plus 2 Conservatories
- Central Heating, Solar PV Panels
- 4/5 Double Bedrooms, 2 En-suite
- Situated Betwixt Looe & Polperro
- Double Garage
- EPC Rating D , Council Tax Band F
Ideally situated between the picturesque villages of Looe and Polperro and just a mile form the well served village of Pelynt, Trelawne Glebe is a beautifully presented family bungalow set in a generous plot with a private drive. On approaching the property one is immediately impressed by the area to the front which allows parking for several larger vehicles such as campers, caravans , boats etc. There is also a double garage as well as areas of mature shrubs and trees. Paths either side of the property give access to the rear gardens, which are mainly laid to lawn and bordered by coniferous trees to give a wonderful feeling of privacy. The bungalow itself has a warm and welcoming feel and briefly comprises 4 double bedrooms, 2 en-suite shower rooms, family shower room, separate WC, lounge, dining room, kitchen, utility and large conservatory. In addition to this there is an annexe to one end comprising lounge, kitchenette and a second conservatory. The annexe is currently used for multi generational living but is also ideal for owners wishing to run a small B&B or it could easily be incorporated back into the main accommodation, if so required.
The property is approached over a set of shallow steps from the parking area, from here a uPVC double glazed door with glazed panels either side gives access into the entrance hall.
A welcoming space with doors off to the lounge and shower room and an opening to the hallway. Oak parquet floor. Radiator. Painted cedar panelling to the walls. Floor to ceiling storage cupboard housing the electric meter and solar pv controls.
Three piece white suite comprising close coupled WC, wash hand basin, corner shower cubicle with electric shower. Tiled floor & partially tiled walls. Radiator. Extractor fan. uPVC window.
Spacious room with uPVC double glazed doors accessing the decking and garden. Cornish stone chimney breast with slate hearth housing a multi fuel burner. Inset shelving into the chimney breast and oak shelf. Painted cedar panelling to one wall. Internal window to the conservatory. Radiator. Doors off to the conservatory and the Dining Room.
uPVC double glazed patio doors accessing the decking and garden. The Cornish stone chimney breast continues through the wall and has inset shelving. uPVC window. Radiator. Large opening into the Kitchen.
Range of wall and base units with drawers and an inset 1.5 bowl sink and drainer. Free standing electric range cooker with cooker hood above. Space for appliances. Fitted worksurfaces with tiled splash backs. Tiled floor. uPVC window to the front aspect. Door to the utility room.
Well fitted with work tops and a base unit with an inset stainless steel sink. Wall cupboards. Space for appliances. uPVC window and uPVC door to the side.
Door from the lounge into this very light and spacious room, currently utilised as a second lounge and office. Half uPVC glazing on two sides with dwarf walls including uPVC doors accessing the patio and garden. Polycarbonate roof. Radiators.
Door to separate close coupled WC with wash hand basin. Airing cupboard. Loft hatch. Radiator. Doors off to all other rooms.
Dual aspect uPVC windows. Radiators. Door to en-suite shower room with three piece suite comprising corner shower cubicle with electric shower. Vanity wash hand basin with cupboard beneath. Close coupled WC. Tiled floor & partially tiled walls. Heated towel rail. Extractor fan.
Dual aspect uPVC windows. Radiators. Door to en-suite shower room with three piece suite comprising corner shower cubicle with electric shower. Stylish vanity wash hand basin with oak cupboard beneath. Close coupled WC. Tiled floor and walls. Inset glass shelves. Heated towel rail. Extractor fan. uPVC window.
Internal window to conservatory. Ornate vanity wash hand basin with oak cupboard beneath. Radiator.
Internal window to conservatory. Porcelain vanity wash hand basin with oak cupboard beneath. Radiator.
Sitting Room/ Bedroom 5
uPVC double glazed window, uPVC doors to second conservatory.Radiators. Opening to Kitchenette.
Base and wall units, work tops, inset sink and drainer. Space for fridge/freezer. Obscured glass window. Door to porch.
uPVC external door to the front aspect.
Currently used as a dining room. Dwarf walls to three sides with uPVC double glazed windows above. uPVC double doors to the side patio and gardens. Polycarbonate roof. Radiator.
Gardens & Parking
The property is set in a substantial plot and approached via a long leafy drive which terminates in a larger than average parking area; suitable for several vehicles, such as campers, caravans or even a boat. There is a double garage adjacent to an area of trees and raised beds with borders to the front of the property laid to gravel for low maintenance. Paths either side of the dwelling access the rear garden which is mainly laid to lawn with some raised borders and beds interspersed for added interest. There is a beautifully fitted summer house to one end with electricity and three handy storage sheds. The decking and patio which runs along the rear of the property benefits from garden lighting so that evenings and alfresco dining can be enjoyed for longer.
Mains water, electricity and private drainage.
The property has solar pv panel to the roof which are owned and connected to the feed in tariff thus reducing the annual electricity bill.
From Looe proceed towards Polperro. After passing Waylands Farm on your left take the turning on your right signposted Pelynt and Liskeard. Follow this a short distance and take the first turning right, signposted Watergate and Trelawne. Follow this road for a few hundred yards and the property is the first drive on your right sign posted Trelawne Glebe.
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