Situated in a delightful rural setting and enjoying views over rolling countryside is this detached, three/four bedroom cottage of immense charm and character. The residence, which benefits from oil fired central heating, double glazing and a positive pressure ventilation system, is well proportioned with a highlight being the conservatory which enjoys views over the garden.
The outside space is a real feature of the residence with beautifully maintained gardens boasting many well established plants and shrubs. To the side of the property a stone chipped driveway provides parking for a number of cars and leads to the garage/workshop. The rear garden provides a pleasant lawn area with vegetable patch and a creatively thought out elevated seating area, taking full advantage of the fine rural views.
In brief the accommodation comprises an entrance porch, open plan lounge/diner, kitchen/breakfast room, study/bedroom four, utility room, shower room and, completing the ground floor, a conservatory enjoying views over the garden. On the first floor there is a family bathroom and three double bedrooms.
The hamlet of Sithney itself has a church and primary school. More extensive amenities can be found in the nearby town of Helston with national stores, cinema, sports centre, with indoor swimming pool, and both primary and secondary schooling. The coastal town of Porthleven is a short drive away and has many public houses, shops and restaurants nestling around its picturesque historic harbour. National rail links connecting to London Paddington can be found in the town of Penzance.
With tiled floor and door to
A dual aspect room with beamed ceiling and feature fireplace housing a multi fuel burner. There are stairs to the first floor, door to the conservatory, step up and door to
With beamed ceiling and comprising worktop surfaces incorporating a one and three quarter sink unit with drainer and mixer tap over, cupboards and drawers under and wall cupboards over. There is space for an oven, dishwasher and a fridge. There is an outlook to the side and views across open countryside. There is a Worcester Bosch oil fired boiler to supply the central heating and hot water. There is a tiled splash back, spot lighting, step up and door to study/bedroom four and step up and door to
With outlook over the rear garden. There is a door with frosted window to the outside, space for a washing machine, tumble dryer, freezer. Further sink unit with drainer and cupboards under. There is access to a loft housing separate tank to supply water for shower unit. Door to
Comprising a shower cubicle with electric power shower, close coupled W.C. And a pedestal washbasin. There are tiled walls, frosted window to the side and an electric towel rail.
A dual aspect room with views over the rear garden and to the side.
An 'L' shaped triple aspect conservatory with central light and fan.
With door to the airing cupboard with lagged tank with immersion heater, control box for central heating and hot water, doors to all bedrooms and step up and door to
Comprising a bath with mixer tap and shower attachment over, close coupled W.C. And a pedestal washbasin. There are partially tiled walls and a frosted window to the front. Access to the loft.
Outlook over the rear garden and across open countryside. There is access to the loft and to the Airtech Energy Saver positive pressure ventilation system.
A dual aspect room enjoying fine views over open countryside taking in the Goonhilly satellite dishes in the far distance and down to Helston and Culdrose.
A dual aspect room with far reaching rural views. There are useful built-in cupboards.
The outside space is a real feature of the property with well stocked, beautifully maintained gardens cradling the residence. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with a vegetable plot and potential purchasers will delight in the raised elevated seating area to sit back and relax, enjoying the rural vistas. To the side of the property a driveway, which provides parking for a good number of cars, leads to the garage/workshop. Subject to any planning and consents, the vendor believes this building could be suitable for conversation into an independent home office/studio. There is a small attached garden store cupboard.
Mains water and electricity. There is private drainage and oil for the central heating and hot water. Lpg cylinders for the free standing oven which is not included in the sale.
From Helston, take the A394 towards Penzance heading up Sithney Common Hill and at Chris Nichols garage turn right on the B3302. Continue along this road and take the 3rd turning on your right hand side just before the left hand turning to Carleen and Godolphin. Head down the lane and the property will be found at the end. Drivers should exercise caution when pulling out of this junction back on to the B3302.
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Prior to agreeing a sale, we will require proof of financial ability to purchase which will include an agreement in principle for a mortgage and/or proof of cash funds.
The lane which leads to the property is unadopted and maintained by the properties adjoining it. There is a vehicular right of way for the owners of the adjacent field as well as a public footpath which runs within the boundary of the property.
21st September, 2021.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||6.8%||£219,167||2.8||0.8|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£101,667 (3)||£251,033 (27)||£292,895 (19)||£301,944 (18)||£648,333 (3)|
|Flats||£138,750 (4)||£163,333 (3)||£245,000 (1)||-||-|
|All||£122,857 (7)||£242,263 (30)||£290,500 (20)||£301,944 (18)||£673,750 (4)|