Upon entering the rear door through the rear garden you are greeted with an entrance porch with door which opens through into the living room. The living room spans the width of the original property with a recessed feature fireplace to one wall with log burner. Stairs rise up from the living room to the first floor with storage cupboard underneath and opening through into the kitchen dining room. The kitchen is a more recent addition to the original property but was still extended many years ago. There is a range of fitted wall and base mounted storage units set under work surface areas with inset sink/drainer unit and concealed gas fired boiler. Spaces remain for: cooker, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer. A door way opens off the kitchen into a hallway with a range of fitted slender cupboards and door opening onto a private path to Blowing House Hill and to a timber shed.
Stairs rise from the living room to the first floor landing with doors opening off to the main bedroom, dressing room and bathroom. There is loft access from the landing. The main bedroom has two windows overlooking the garden and is of a generous size with plenty of space for a range of bedroom furniture. The dressing room is a brilliant addition and could be used as a study or potential nursery with the second bedroom leading off this room. The bedrooms are complemented by a bathroom comprising; double ended bath, corner shower cubicle, low level WC and wash hand basin.
The rear garden complements the property beautifully with a lawned section edged with some mixed planted boarders. To the rear there is a further slightly elevated section of lawn with an adjacent patio seating area. There is shared access with the nextdoor property to the road where parking is available and also down to an area where there is shed space for further storage.
The historic market and mining town of St Austell is steeped in history just a short distance from the south coast. This large town offers a wide range of shopping, banking and recreational facilities and a good selection of both primary and secondary schools. There is a mainline railway station connecting to London Paddington.
Gas fired central heating with App. control (installed approximately two years ago)
Double glazing throughout
Mains water and drainage
The world renowned Eden Project built in an old china clay pit is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Cornwall and just a few miles away. The picturesque harbour of Charlestown visited by historic tall ships, offers a vibrant atmosphere with a variety of bars and restaurants. The Cathedral City of Truro is 14 miles distant and offers a further range of amenities.