Enjoying a wonderful setting on the southern edge of one of Cornwall's best served and most highly regarded villages, a well-proportioned and spacious detached bungalow enjoying a southerly aspect with delightful gardens
Perranwell Post Office & shop – 800 yards; Devoran – 2; Carnon Downs – 2.5; Trelissick Gardens (National Trust) – 5; Loe Beach (Feock) – 5.2; Truro – 6; Falmouth – 6; St Agnes – 10; Helford Passage – 9; Cornwall Airport (Newquay) – 25
(All distances are approximate and in miles)
•Spacious and well-proportioned detached bungalow
•Southerly aspect adjoining open farmland
•Superb open-plan kitchen, dining and day room
•Sitting room with doors to sunny terrace and gardens
•All rooms providing views of the delightful gardens
•Three bedrooms, including master with dressing room and en suite shower room
•Three reception rooms enjoying the southerly aspect
•Much improved by current vendors
•Refurbished bath/shower rooms
•Beautifully light accommodation in excess of 2,000 sq ft.
•Mature and well-tended private gardens
•Backing onto open farmland
•Kitchen garden with fruit trees, including five apple trees, plum and soft fruit beds
•Beautifully stocked beds and flowering shrubs providing much colour
•Broad front garden with lawn and Cornish wall with an array of flowering shrubs
•Gated parking in addition to attached double garaging
The delightful village of Perranwell Station is conveniently situated almost halfway between Truro and Falmouth, and within easy access of both the North and South coast beaches and facilities. Located on Trewinnard Road, highly regarded within this ever popular village by virtue of its wide range of amenities, which include its own primary school, public house, garage, church, post office and village shop, active village hall, football and cricket clubs, together with its own rail link to Truro and Falmouth.
The area is well placed for the creeks of the Fal Estuary and Mylor Yacht Harbour with its deep-water moorings just a short drive away, arguably some of the best day-sailing waters in the U.K. Both Falmouth and Truro are approximately six miles away providing an extensive range of facilities including national class schools and colleges, hospitals, the National Maritime Museum, Hall for Cornwall and mainline railway connection to London Paddington. Cornwall Airport is just 24 miles away with a range of domestic and European flights.
From the A39, take Cove Hill into the village. At the crossroads (opposite the cricket club), turn left and Netherfield is the fourth property on the left hand side
Freehold. Council Tax E.
Mains electricity, water and gas. Gas central heating. Private drainage. Superfast Broadband is available in the postcode.
•Take a stroll into the village and enjoy home cooked food at The Royal Oak.
•Enjoy beautiful country walks from your doorstep, miles of bridleways and footpaths to explore
•Take the train to the seaside town of Falmouth, considered to be one of the best coastal towns in the UK.
•Cycle, run or walk the Bissoe Trail from Devoran to Portreath.
•Experience a hearty breakfast at Loe Beach café and walk along its dog friendly beach.
•Whether you are an absolute beginner through to salty seadog, enjoy the stunning sailing waters The Carrick Roads has to offer.
•Have lunch on the pontoon at one of Cornwall’s most picturesque pubs, the Pandora Inn.
•Take a picnic and explore some of the local tidal creeks in a kayak.
Only those fixtures and fittings mentioned specifically in the sales particulars are to be included in the sale. All others (including light fittings not mentioned, furniture, garden furniture, garden ornaments etc) are not included but may be available by separate negotiation.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||2.6%||£223,333||2||1.3|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£160,000 (1)||£241,862 (29)||£364,680 (38)||£536,480 (32)||£520,000 (4)|
|All||£160,000 (1)||£247,133 (30)||£364,304 (39)||£536,480 (32)||£520,000 (4)|