A detached individual bungalow occupying a quiet, traffic-free position in this sought-after cul-de-sac, close to Maenporth Beach, the South West Coast Path and well served village of Mawnan Smith. Providing particularly well proportioned 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom accommodation, in need of some updating but benefiting from oil fired central heating, replacement uPVC double glazing, ample parking, an integral garage and extensive loft area, both of which offer great scope for conversion to further accommodation if required (subject to consents), and large, well stocked, sheltered and extremely private gardens which back onto open farmland and, from the rear of which, lovely views are enjoyed to Rosemullion Head and out to sea.
Constructed, we understand, during the late 1960's/early 1970's, 'Collingswood' has been in our client's family's ownership for approximately 30 years and is now to be sold for only the third time since construction.
The property occupies a quiet, traffic-free location, off a short private driveway, off this sought-after residential close, with well enclosed, level and attractively stocked front gardens providing direct and easy access to the property, including an integral garage which, subject to consents, could readily be included into the main accommodation, if required.
Throughout, the accommodation is particularly well proportioned and comprises an entrance porch, reception hall, large lounge with broad picture window, separate dining area, rear conservatory, kitchen, utility room, master bedroom suite, two further double bedrooms and a second bathroom with separate WC.
Most prospective purchasers will wish to undertake a programme of modernisation works to the kitchen and bathrooms etc and, should yet more accommodation be required, an extensive loft area offers immense potential, again subject to all necessary permissions.
To the rear, the property benefits from a large garden which is particularly well stocked and backs onto open farmland at the rear, with the rear boundary currently enjoying the best views to Rosemullion Head and out to sea.
A home with great scope and potential, ideal for retirement and family purchasers alike.
Trelawney Close is a small, select cul-de-sac of detached individual properties, within just half a mile of safe, sandy Maenporth Beach and the stunning South West Coast Path which leads to some of south Cornwall's most beautiful coastal scenery, in the direction of Falmouth to the north-east, and Rosemullion Head and the mouth of the Helford River to the south-west.
The centre of the extremely well served village of Mawnan Smith is just one mile distant and whose excellent day-to-day amenities include a thatched public house, The Red Lion Inn, convenience stores, electrical shop, county primary school, church, doctors surgery, hairdressers, cafe, restaurant and craft shops. The port of Falmouth, regularly voted as one of the best places to live anywhere in the UK, is just a ten minute drive away.
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Replacement double glazed entrance doors and broad side screen opening from and overlooking the front gardens, driveway and parking area. Terrazzo tiled flooring, radiator, circular window, sunburst double casement doors in hardwood opening into the:-
Matching sliding casement doors to the lounge. Radiator, inner hall area with access to extensive over-head loft storage area, tall cloaks cupboard and built-in separate airing cupboard with lagged copper cylinder with immersion heater, timer switching and slatted shelving.
A superbly proportioned, light, double aspect room with broad replacement uPVC double glazed picture window to the front elevation overlooking the gardens, and matching side screen with views to Falmouth Bay. TV aerial socket, skirting radiators, wall light points, tiled fireplace with raised hearth, inset log store and split level mantel. Broad archway opening into the:
Sliding door and serving hatch from the kitchen, radiator, telephone point, TV aerial socket, matching sliding sunburst casement doors to the conservatory.
Replacement uPVC double glazed window to the rear elevation overlooking the gardens. Comprehensive range of fitted wall and base units with ample round-edge worksurfaces between and tiled splashbacks. Inset stainless steel sink unit with double drainer. Recess with plumbing for washing machine, broad inset tiled recess with four-ring ceramic hob and split level double oven and grill. Extractor fan, built-in storage cupboard, casement door to the:-
Broad replacement uPVC double glazed windows enjoying an attractive outlook over the attractively stocked and landscaped rear gardens. Two radiators, double glazed door to the exterior, door to:-
Fully tiled walls, replacement uPVC double glazed window to the rear elevation, radiator, terrazzo tiled flooring, sink unit, plumbing for washing machine, high level cupboard housing electrical meters and fuses.
Accessed from the living areas, particularly well proportioned, including a private bathroom and separate WC.
Double aspect, replacement uPVC double glazed windows to the front and side elevations, the latter with glimpses of Falmouth Bay. Skirting radiators, telephone point.
Matching three-piece suite comprising a panelled bath with hand grips and over-head shower. Bidet, wash hand basin (broken). Fully ceramic tiled walls, radiator, extractor fan, strip light/shaver socket, electric convector heater.
Low flush WC, fully ceramic tiled walls, obscure uPVC double glazed window to the side elevation.
The remaining rooms being located off the reception and inner hall.
Broad replacement uPVC double glazed window to the front elevation, wall light points.
Replacement uPVC double glazed window to the rear elevation.
Two-piece suite comprising a panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin. Ceramic tiled walls, radiator, strip light/shaver socket, obscure replacement uPVC double glazed window to the rear.
Again, fully tiled, low flush WC, radiator, obscure uPVC double glazed window to the rear.
'Collingswood' is approached off Trelawney Close, at the end of a private tarmacadamed driveway, over which the property has, we understand, an unrestricted right of access.
Well enclosed by stone walling, mature hedging and timber fencing; with double gateposts opening onto a broad tarmacadamed driveway, forecourt and turning area, providing ample private parking, access to the integral garage and a level approach to the accommodation. A broad slate-paved terrace extends almost the full breadth of the front of the property. A front lawn is bordered by mature flowering shrubs, including camellias, rhododendrons, and azaleas etc.
Electronic up-and-over door, light and power connected, window to the side elevation, deep lobby with door to the rear paved terrace, adjacent to which there is an outside gardener's WC and boiler cupboard with Trianco oil fired boiler.
To the side of the garage, a pedestrian gate and further paved pathway leads to the:-
Fuel store, oil tank, exterior water tap and paved pathway which continues the full breadth of the property.
A particular feature of the property with ornamental block walling and broad steps rising from the pathway to the rear of the accommodation. Comprising paved pathway, a large lawned area, beautifully stocked shrub borders, mature trees and raised slate-paved terrace with former pond. There are many interesting, mature an...
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