Mrs Mclean, Cornwall
The team were extremely helpful, polite and courteous throughout the buying process. The service was way above normal standards within this industry.
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This property's price has dropped from £290,000 to Asking Price £250,000.
A deceptively spacious and extended, double fronted character cottage in the heart of the hamlet. The accommodation briefly comprises an entrance porch, large lounge / diner, an impressive modern kitchen with separate dining area with a vaulted style ceiling and exposed beams and a further separate dining room. The first floor then offers three bedrooms to include a master en-suite and family bathroom. Complemented with double glazed windows, oil fired central heating, garage, outbuildings, well presented gardens. To the front the property enjoys countryside and valley views, while the home itself abuts open fields. A viewing internally and externally is highly recommended.
Trevelmond is a hamlet in east Cornwall a half a mile from St Pinnock and approximately five miles from the market town of Liskeard and nine miles from the historic fishing port of Looe on the south coast. Liskeard offers a range of retail, produce and banking facilities with transport links to outlying areas. Within easy reach is the main A38 commuter road linking Plymouth City Centre and the rest of Cornwall, also a mainline railway from London Paddington to Penzance. The immediate area offers a range of pleasant countryside walks, including the nearby Deer Park Forrest in Herodsfoot.
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Double glazed front door and inner door into main accommodation. Double glazed windows and tiled flooring.
Dual aspect double glazed uPVC window facing the front and side overlooking fields. Radiator and two feature fire place one with an inset wood burner, the other which is currently disused, original floorboards, beam ceiling. Access to the kitchen and stairs ascend to the first floor.
UPVC patio double glazed doors opening onto the garden also with countryside views. Triple aspect double glazed uPVC windows facing the rear and side overlooking fields. Radiator, engineered wood flooring, built-in storage cupboard, beam ceiling. Wood work surfaces, base units, Belfast style stainless steel sink, space for range oven, integrated dishwasher and further spaces for dryer, fridge/freezer. There is ample space for a family dining table with lovely exposed timber vaulted style ceiling. Access to the utility room.
UPVC double glazed door. Radiator, tiled flooring, part tiled walls. Roll top work surface, wall and base units, stainless steel one and a half bowl sink with drainer, space for washing machine.
Access to the bedroom, bathroom and linen cupboard.
Double glazed uPVC window facing the front overlooking fields. Radiator, carpeted flooring, built-in storage cupboard.
Heated towel rail, tiled flooring, tiled walls, downlights. Concealed cistern WC, single enclosure shower and electric shower, vanity unit, extractor fan and shaving point.
Double glazed uPVC window facing the front overlooking fields. Radiator, carpeted flooring.
Double glazed uPVC window facing the rear overlooking fields. Radiator, carpeted flooring.
Double glazed uPVC window with obscure glass facing the rear. Radiator, part tiled walls. Low level WC, panelled bath, shower over bath, pedestal sink, extractor fan.
A path leads from the side elevation to the utility door and to the main part of the garden where there is a gravelled area to an outdoor WC, two outside taps one at the rear of the garage, water feature, steps up to a decked area which provides views out over the surrounding countryside, part of the garden is laid to lawn, to one side there is a wood shed (7'3 x 9' max) and workshop (9' x 6') with a glazed window, power and light, work bench and shelf. There is a range of mature trees, plants within the grounds. From the front steps lead down via a pedestrian gate down to the country lane and a further pedestrian gate takes you to the side garden which is partly laid to low maintenance gravel and also a patio area of slate and granite flooring with a raised border. Behind a fence there is a pedestrian gate at the rear of the side which leads to a path which goes to the rear elevation of the property. The side garden borders a neighbouring field and again there is an outside tap.
Up and over metal door. Light and power connected.