Tucked away in a secluded location just off the village centre is this individual detached house built in the 1970`s. Set in established gardens and enjoying countryside views the property offers spacious accommodation with three first floor bedrooms as well as a further bedroom or study on the ground floor. In addition to the bedrooms there is a sitting room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, cloakroom, conservatory and luxurious bathroom. Outside the property there are gardens on three sides, a garage and parking for several vehicles. Other features include solar PV connected to the feed in tariff, oil central heating and decked balconies. Viewing of this property is highly recommended so as to fully appreciate all it has to offer.
A uPVC entrance door with double glazed panels opens into the hall
A spacious and welcoming area with uPVC double glazed pictures windows looking onto the garden. Tiled floor. Radiator. Staircase rising to the first floor with built in cupboard beneath. Doors lead off to the integral garage, study/bedroom 4, sitting room, cloakroom and kitchen/breakfast room.
Up and over door to the front. Pedestrian door to the hall. Window to the rear. Solar PV controls. Lighting. Power points.
Range of floor and wall mounted units incorporating cupboards and drawers. These are complimented by work surfaces with ceramic tiled splash backs over. Cooker space with canopied cooker hood above. One and a half bowl, single drainer sink.Freestanding washing machine and dishwasher. Tall cupboard. Fitted breakfast bar with radiator beneath. Door to dining room. Tiled floor. Coved ceiling. uPVC double glazed window overlooking the garden and the distant countryside.
An exceptionally spacious multi aspect room with uPVC double glazed windows looking onto the garden and across the neighbouring countryside. Non functional stone faced feature fireplace with matching hearth and wood mantel. Two radiators. Wall lights. Coved ceiling. Opening to dining room and uPVC double glazed door to the conservatory.
uPVC double glazed windows looking on two sides. Radiator. Door to kitchen/breakfast room. Coved ceiling. Ample space for large dining table and chairs.
uPVC double glazed windows on two sides affording views over the garden to the countryside beyond. uPVC double glazed roof. uPVC double glazed doors giving access to the decked balcony. Tiled floor.
uPVC double glazed window with obscured glass. Wash hand basin with tiled splashback. Low level wc. Floor standing central heating boiler. Tiled floor. Built in storage cupboard with double doors.
uPVC double glazed window overlooking the garden. Coved ceiling. Radiator.
Loft access hatch. Doors off to all rooms. Airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder with shelved storage above.
Spacious dual aspect room with uPVC double glazed windows, one of which affords panoramic views over the neighbouring countryside. Two radiators. Coved ceiling. Built in double wardrobe.
A luxurious room with partially tiled walls. To one end there is a walk in shower with glazed screen. Vanity wash hand basin with cupboards beneath. Close coupled wc. Freestanding bath with pillar style mixer tap and shower attachment. Towel radiator. Extractor fan. Two wall lights. uPVC double glazed window with obscured glass.
uPVC double glazed window giving views over the neighbouring countryside. Radiator. Built in wardrobe/cupboard.
uPVC double glazed window affording panoramic countryside views. Radiator. Coved ceiling. Laminate floor.
The property is set in generous, established gardens that are planted with an array of shrubs, small trees, flowers etc many of which are set in beds and borders around the lawns and paths. Ornamental fish pond. Vegetable gardens set amongst gravel paths. Greenhouse. Shed. Outside tap. Concealed oil tank. Situated to the rear and adjoining the property there are two large decked balconies one on the lower level and one raised and giving access to the conservatory. Beneath the upper balcony there is a very useful store which extends under the property. To the immediate front of the dwelling there are double opening five bar gates which lead to the parking which is in front and to the side of the garage.
Mains water, electricity and drainage.
Oil central heating to a system of radiators.
Solar PV panels are situated on the roof. These are fully owned and connected to the feed in tariff. As a result of this the current owners electricity bill is approximately £22 per month.
From Looe take the Polperro road and proceed as far as the junction sign posted Pelynt, take this right hand turn and follow the road until you reach the village. Proceed to the centre of the village and turn left just before the church, follow this for a few yards and opposite the small village green you will see Myrtle Cottage. A small lane just before this cottage leads to Parson Patch which can be found at the end in the right hand corner.
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- Individual detached house
- 3 first floor bedrooms plus ground floor bedroom/study
- Spacious sitting room with opening to dining room
- Integral garage and parking for 2/3 vehicles
- Secluded non estate location
- Solar PV connected to the FIT
- Countryside views & established gardens
- Energy Rating D- Council Tax D
Nearest train stations (distances are in a straight line)
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