Situated within a peaceful rural location with one of its boundaries abutting National Trust land is Linden Lea. Conceived by local architect Barry Briscoe approximately 25 years ago and now offered for sale for only the second time since construction. The property was built with the use of local amenities such as slate and granite and has been mixed with a selection of high quality wood such as Iroco, Chestnut and Beech to give a modern yet traditional feel. The flexible accommodation comprises of two double bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen/breakfast room and sun room on the ground floor. On the first floor there are two further bedrooms, one of which is ensuite and the sitting room which is of a unique design with a turret in a hexagonal shape and enjoying views across the valley. The property is set within large, mature gardens with parking for several vehicles with a car port and detached garage with a utility room behind. The present owners are utilising the garden to its maximum with areas laid to lawn and patio with flower borders, lean to greenhouse and raised vegetable beds. We would recommend a viewing to fully appreciate this delightful and unique property and its wonderful setting.
Wooden front door into:
entrance lobby: Security alarm panel, stained glass window to the front, coat cupboard housing the electric box.
Main hallway: Double glazed window to the side with views onto the garden and patio. Door to:
Bedroom 1: 12' 4" x 11' 6" (3.76m x 3.51m) Double glazed bay style window to the front, built in wall to wall wardrobes with hanging space and shelving.
Bedroom 2 / dining room: 13' 5" x 10' 4" (4.09m x 3.15m) Accessed via double doors. Double glazed bay style window to the side, door to built in storage cupboard.
Bathroom: Fully tiled low level w.c., pedestal wash hand basin, double walk in shower with screen, heated towel rail, double glazed frosted window to the side, extractor fan.
Breakfast room / kitchen: 19' 8" x 17' 1" (5.99m x 5.21m)
kitchen area: Fully fitted solid wood kitchen comprising of wall mounted and base cupboards with marble and wood surface over, built in Neff oven with combi microwave/grill, built in dishwasher, stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap, further cupboards and drawer space, built in halogen hob, hidden built in fridge and freezer, double glazed window to the side with rural outlook, further overhead storage, tv point, phone point, door to rear garden/patio, double glazed window to the side with views over the valley and onto the garden. Door to:
Garden room: Fully glazed with tiled roof, Velux window, electric aga and door to the side garden.
Landing: Stained glass window to the side, double doors to airing cupboard with hanging and storage space. Further door to:
Bedroom 3: Bay style double glazed window to the front with rural outlook, radiator, built in wall to wall wardrobe with storage and hanging space. Door to:
Ensuite bathroom: 9' 10" x 5' 7" (3m x 1.7m) Coloured suite comprising of bath with shower over, pedestal wash hand basin, low level w.c., shower cubicle, extractor fan, floor to ceiling tiling, heated towel rail, Velux skylight.
Further landing: With access to the loft, double glazed bay window to the side with space for seating, radiator.
Study / bedroom 4: 12' 1" x 9' 4" (3.68m x 2.84m) Double glazed window to the side with valley views, allocated office area with fully fitted desk, cupboard space, shelving unit, radiator, telephone point, built in fold away Swedish style double bed.
Living room: 19' 12" x 7' 0" (6.1m x 2.13m) Turret style hexagonal shaped room with multi-aspect double glazed windows to all sides with stunning rural and valley views overlooking the garden, two radiators, built in multifuel burner set on slate hearth with wooden mantel and shelving unit above, tv point, hidden lighting system in the roof with dimmer switch.
Outside: To the front of the property there is a driveway with parking for several vehicles. There is a garden to the front mostly laid to lawn bordered by hedging, shrubs and small trees. To the side of the property there is a car port and the driveway further leads to the garage.
Garage: Electric door system, Velux skylight, overhead storage, Worcester combi boiler, electric supply and power point. To the rear of the garage there is a further utility area, further cloakroom with wash hand basin and low level w.c.
Further utility area: With work surface, stainless steel sink with mixer tap, plumbing for washing machine and space for tumble dryer, window to the rear with views to the valley.
A particular feature of the property are the rear gardens which are mainly laid to lawn with a further patio area adjoining the house. There is a lean-to greenhouse, raised vegetable beds, summer house and a further chipped area with steps leading to a stream. The garden is fully enclosed by traditional stone built hedging and a selection of deciduous trees.
Council tax band: D
services: Mains water and electricity, private drainage.
Directional note: From Penzance, take the A30 towards Lands End passing through Drift into Catchall. At Catchall take the left turn towards St Buryan. Continue through St Buryan towards Treen down the steep hill and as you go over the bridge and up the other side there is a right hand turning with a sign saying "Vineyard" into an unmade lane. Take this right hand turning and the property is the second one on the right hand side.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||7.3%||£284,242||2.5||1|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£234,767 (12)||£235,871 (42)||£324,995 (57)||£461,311 (27)||£475,000 (3)|
|Flats||£101,100 (4)||£242,500 (2)||£245,000 (1)||-||-|
|All||£198,329 (17)||£236,173 (44)||£323,616 (58)||£461,311 (27)||£475,000 (3)|