Penlee Villas, Playing Place, TR3
Offers In The Region Of £350,000


This heavily extended home has been much improved by the present owner. Not only does it provide extensive internal accommodation there is a larger than average garden for the area for the family to enjoy. The four double bedrooms and additional en-suite shower room to the master bedroom is a great asset.

You enter the property into a hallway with stairs rising to the first floor and doors off to the dining room and living room. The living room is a fantastic size room and lends itself brilliantly to entertaining with an abundance of natural light due to the double aspect; there are two windows to the front and a further window to the rear and double glazed French Doors leading onto the patio at the rear. The dining room enjoys a front aspect overlooking the front garden and adjoins the kitchen so could be knocked through (subject to complying with building regulations). Off the dining room there is an inner hallway with storage cupboard and doors through into the WC, kitchen and utility. The WC has been fitted with a low level WC, wash hand basin and wall mounted gas fired combination boiler. There is a storage cupboard underneath the stairs. The kitchen has been fitted with a range of wall and base mounted storage units set under work surface areas with inset sink/drainer unit. Fitted appliances include: eye level double oven, gas four burner hob, dishwasher and space remaining for fridge/freezer. The utility room is a useful addition with a work surface area with space and plumbing remaining for a washing machine and tumble dryer. A sliding patio door leads off the utility room to the rear garden.

Stairs rise from the entrance hallway to the first floor landing. The landing has doors leading off to all the bedrooms and family bathroom. The master bedroom is at the the far end of the property and has a front aspect with two fitted wardrobes and is complemented by a fitted en-suite bathroom. The en-suite bathroom has been fitted with: a shower cubicle with plumber shower, low level WC, wash hand basin and heated towel rail. The second bedroom is at the opposite end of the first floor and is of a double size with one wall flanked with a mirror fitted wardrobe. Behind this bedroom is the smallest of the bedrooms, but still of double size, and still has a fitted cupboard and eye level cupboards above the bed. The third bedroom has a fitted double wardrobe and eye level cupboard above the bed. The bedrooms are complemented by a family bathroom comprising; 'P' shaped bath with shower above, low level WC and wash hand basin. There is an additional storage cupboard within the bathroom perfect for towels and bathroom paraphernalia.

The front has been predominantly laid to hardstanding to provide off road parking for approximately three cars and leads into the oversized single garage. The garage has light and power connected and an electric up and over door with a further pedestrian door opening into the rear garden. The remainder of the front garden has been laid to lawn with a mixed mature boarder fronted by a mature hedge screen. The front garden is fully enclosed with double timber gates at the driveway end and a further timber pedestrian gate. The front garden has enjoyed a plethora of visiting fauna including: badgers, hedgehogs and a wide variety of bird life.

The rear garden is the perfect size and is of a low maintenance style. Commencing off the utility and living room with a level patio seating area with a pergola over a partial section with a mature wisteria providing the perfect shade for those hot summer days. The majority of the remainder has been laid to shingle with mature planting along the rear boundary fence.

The popular village of Playing Place has a local post office and general stores, petrol filling station and adjoining the village is Kea junior school. Close by is the hamlet of Penelewey with its renowned Punchbowl & Ladle thatched public house. Within motoring distance is Feock where there is Loe Beach which has a slipway for the launching of small craft and at Trelissick Gardens, there are National Trust scenic walks.