3 bed Detached bungalow (for sale) The Crescent, Porthleven, Helston TR13

£685,000
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Christophers
5 Wendron Street, Helston
01326 358754
First Published

18th May 2022

Last Published

24th May 2022

 

Features

  • Type: Detached bungalow
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Listing status: sale
  • Country: England

Description

Situated in the well regarded residential area of The Crescent in the increasingly popular Cornish fishing village of Porthleven is this fabulously presented three bedroom detached house. Greatly enhanced by the current owners, the well proportioned property boasts many refinements of modern living from air source heat pump central heating, double glazing, solar panels and an en suite master bedroom. The outside space is a real feature of the property with beautifully kept gardens to both the front and rear. The gardens provide an abundance of plants and shrubs with flowerbeds and patio areas which would seem ideal for Al Fresco dining and entertaining. The garden has a pleasant fish pond with cascading water feature whilst to the front of the property is parking for a number of vehicles.

In brief, the accommodation comprises a hall, lounge, kitchen/diner, sitting room, bedroom three and completing the ground floor a bathroom. On the first floor is a landing, dressing room and two further bedrooms, the master of which benefits from an en suite bathroom.

Porthleven is a thriving seaside Cornish fishing village with its large harbour providing a focal point. Around this cluster many pubs, restaurants and businesses. The village provides amenities to cater for everyday needs as well as a primary school, whilst the more comprehensive amenities of Helston are a few miles distant and these include national stores, cinema and sports centre with indoor swimming pool. Situated between Helston and Porthleven is the beautiful Penrose Estate which is managed by The National Trust and where one may delight in the many walks and trails through the Cornish countryside around Loe Pool which is Cornwall's largest natural fresh water lake. Porthleven has a prize winning Brass Band which, on many a summer’s Sunday evening, can be heard echoing around the village, creating atmosphere and ambience for both residents and visitors.

The Accommodation Comprises (Dimensions Approx)

Steps Up And Door To

Hall

Having an engineered oak floor, stairs to the first floor with cupboard, shelving and decorative lighting under, door to the lounge, sitting room, bedroom three, bathroom and door to

Kitchen/Diner (5.41m x 2.67m narrowing to 1.83m (17'9" x 8'9" nar)

Attractive kitchen comprising of working top surfaces incorporating a sink unit with drainer and mixer taps over, cupboards and drawers under and wall cupboards over. An array of built in appliances include an induction hob with hood over, fridge and a freezer. The room has a tiled floor, spot and pendent lighting, outlook and patio to the rear garden and double doors to

Lounge (7.39m x 2.97m narrowing to 2.59m (24'3" x 9'9" nar)

A quadruple aspect room with outlook to the front and rear garden. A Contura wood burner with oven compartment on a stone hearth acts as a focal point for the room. There is an engineered oak floor and patio doors to the rear garden.

Sitting Room (3.81m x 3.43m (12'6" x 11'3"))

With outlook over the village, towards open countryside and out to sea. There is a feature fireplace with tiled hearth, surround and the room has an engineered oak floor.

Bathroom

Stylish and modern suite comprising bath with mixer tap and flexible shower attachment over, wash basin with mixer tap over, surround and drawers under, wall hung w.c. With concealed cistern and a shower cubicle. The room has a tiled floor with electric under floor heating, towel rail, spotlighting and an outlook to the rear garden.

Bedroom Three (3.58m x 3.35m (11'9" x 11'))

With outlook over the village, out to sea and towards open countryside. The room has fitted wardrobes and an engineered oak floor.

Stairs And Landing

With access to the loft and eaves, door to bedroom two, opening to the master bedroom and door to

Dressing Room (3.12m x 1.37m (plus door recess) (10'3" x 4'6" (pl)

With outlook to the rear garden and having spotlighting.

Bedroom Two (3.58m narrowing to 3.28m x 3.05m (11'9" narrowing)

Enjoying views over the village, towards open countryside, out to sea, Porthleven pier and the Bickford Smith institute clock tower.

Master Bedroom (4.11m x 3.28m narrowing to 3.05m (13'6" x 10'9" na)

With skylight to the front and rear and enjoying far reaching views over the village and out to sea. Double doors and steps down to

En Suite

A beautifully modern bathroom suite with bath with both mixer taps and shower attachment over, washbasin with mixer tap over, surround and drawers under and a wall hung w.c. With concealed cistern. The room has a tiled floor with electric under floor heating, tiled walls, skylight, spotlighting and a towel rail.

Outside

The outside space is a real feature of the property with gardens to the front and rear which boast an abundance of plants and shrubs, patio areas and in the rear garden a fish pond with cascading water feature. A pleasant sun room is provided with patio door and to the front of the property is a driveway which provides parking for a number of vehicles and leads to

Former Garage Area (4.72m x 2.36m (15'6" x 7'9"))

With frosted door and window to the front. Steps up and door to

Utility Room (2.36m x 1.83m (7'9" x 6'))

With space for tumble dryer and washing machine. The room has a tiled floor, window to the side and door to the rear garden.

Services

Mains electricity, water and drainage.

Agents Note

We are advised by our owners that the solar panels and evacuated tube solar hot water system at the property are owned by them outright.

Anti Money Laundering Regulations - Purchasers

We are required by law to ask all purchasers for verified id prior to instructing a sale.

Proof Of Funds - Purchasers

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.

Council Tax Band

Council Tax Band D

Date Details Prepared

17th May 2022

 

Local info for TR13

 

Property Value Data/Graphs for TR13

Property Type % Avg. current value Avg. # beds Avg. # bathrooms
Detached house 27.3% £496,042 4.6 2.1
Cottage 11.4% £284,800 2.4 1.4
Terraced house 9.1% £228,125 1.9 1
Semi-detached house 9.1% £244,994 2.6 0.9
Flat 8% £167,143 1.7 1
Detached bungalow 6.8% £444,167 3.2 1.3
End terrace house 6.8% £219,167 2.8 0.8
Mobile/park home 5.7% £77,990 1.6 1
Land 3.4% £94,667 0 0
Barn conversion 2.3% £325,000 1.5 1
Link-detached house 2.3% £362,500 3 1.5
Bungalow 2.3% £362,500 3.5 0.5
Other 1.1% £385,000 3 2
Farmhouse 1.1% £750,000 5 2
Maisonette 1.1% £120,000 1 0
Retail premises 1.1% £299,950 0 0
Town house 1.1% £375,000 4 2

Area Information

Average Price Paid

£257,319

Sales

2048

Current Average Value

£322,635

Value Change

£65,316 25.4%

 

Current Asking Prices in TR13 Average: £322,635

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)

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