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.
Believed to be one of the first dwellings in Common Moor, this detached long cottage is nestled in the countryside in the quaint village of Common Moor. The ground floor accommodation comprises of entrance porch, lounge, dining room, kitchen, utility room and wc. The first floor accommodation offers two bedrooms and a family bathroom. Externally there is a garage, parking, workshop and walled gardens. This property enjoys views across the far reaching countryside.
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UPVC window to the front and side. Leaded window to the lounge and wood door into the Lounge.
UPVC window to the side. Feature fireplace housing coal burner on a tiled hearth. Exposed stone walls and beamed ceilings, wooden floor and step down to the dining room. Wood door with obscure glass leads into the dining room.
UPVC window to the side. Feature fireplace housing coal burner with cupboard to one side. Exposed stone walls and beamed ceilings. Under stairs storage cupboard. Stairs up to the first floor and stable door into kitchen.
UPVC windows to both sides. A range of wall and base mounted units incorporating double sink and single drainer. Space for Rangemaster cooker and under counter fridge and freezer. Beamed ceiling with access to the loft. Tiled floor. Electric cupboard. Leaded window door into the utility.
Window to the rear. Plumbing for washing machine and space for tumble dryer. Door to wc and door to rear garden. Radiator.
UPVC window to the side. Low level wc and wall mounted wash hand basin.
Doors off to two bedrooms and bathroom. The stair width is only 2'0" wide.
UPVC windows to both sides. Built in cupboards. Radiator.
Window to the side. The white suite comprises bath with electric shower over. Low level wc and pedestal wash hand basin. Radiator.
UPVC window to the front. Radiator.
18'7" x 8.6" max.
10'1" x 10'1" Up and over door. Vaulted ceiling. Window to the front.
This long cottage was believed to have been built in c1600 and nestles into the countryside of this very old mining village of Common Moor. Externally this property offers a garage with parking for one car, separate shed/workshop and walled gardens. The gardens are mainly laid to lawn and run between the garage and the house to the front and the house and the shed/workshop to the rear. The property can be accessed from the road via one of three wrought iron gates.
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