Imposing 4 bedroom, 2 bath/shower room period home at the heart of Mount Hawke with parking for 2 vehicles. LPG gas central heating and mostly double glazed. Excellent size family accommodation.
Henley House is a semi detached period residence located along the popular Short Cross Road at the heart of Mount Hawke and was converted in the early 2000's to form two separate dwellings as being Numbers one and two. The property is currently leasehold with a long lease being 999 years from 2003 and there are no service charges or ground rent payable. The deceptive accommodation behind the imposing façade offers a generous reception hallway, attractive sitting room with wood flooring and wood burning stove, having a double glazed bay window overlooking the front, good sized kitchen/dining room along with utility, rear lobby and ground floor wc. The first floor accommodation offers four bedrooms, the master bedroom having a ensuite shower room and there is also a further family bathroom which includes a separate shower. The property is predominantly double glazed and has central heating from liquid propane gas bottles and in addition to the front triangular shaped lawned garden there is a rear decked garden with useful store shed and two allocated parking spaces.
LOCATION Mount Hawke is a thriving village situated just 2 miles from the picturesque North Cornish coast which has been designated an area of outstanding natural beauty. There are many footpaths and bridleways within the area for those who are keen walkers and the village itself has facilities which include a public house, church, chapel, two local stores, one of which includes a post office facility, pet store and flower shop, café, doctors surgery, primary schooling and skate park. St Agnes is some 2 miles distant with a further array of local amenities and there is excellent access to the picturesque coves at Chapel Porth and Trevaunance along with the more traditional sandy beach popular with the surfing community at nearby Porthtowan. Truro city with its mainline rail station and the retail, educational and recreational facilities one would expect of the main county town is some 8 miles distant.
RECEPTION HALLWAY 13' 8" x 10' 0" (4.18m x 3.05m) Accessed via a wooden half glazed entrance door with stained glass window. Turning staircase with balustrade and cupboard below leading to the first floor. 2 Multi paned doors off giving access to:-
SITTING ROOM 13' 7" x 13' 1" (4.15m x 4.0m) this measurement excludes the double glazed bay window overlooking the front garden. Wooden flooring. Scan wood burning stove set onto a slate hearth.
KITCHEN/DINING ROOM 16' 4" x 10' 9" (5.0m x 3.28m) Dual aspect room with extensive range of matching base, wall and drawer units. Built under double oven and 4 ring electric hob with cooker hood over. Wall mounted Baxi gas boiler (fuelled by LPG gas bottles located in the rear garden). Roll edge work surface with inset stainless steel 1 1/2 basin sink unit. Half double glazed door to rear garden
WALK-IN UTILITY CUPBOARD With plumbing for washing machine, obscure double glazed window and shelved recess.
INNER LOBBY With a cloaks recess. Access to:-
WC With low level wc and pedestal wash hand basin. Extractor fan.
LANDING With access to loft space.
BEDROOM 1 13' 3" x 10' 2" (4.06m x 3.12m) this measurement excludes the double glazed bay window to front.
ENSUITE White suite comprising corner shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin, low level wc, shaver socket and extractor fan. Half ceramic tiled walls.
BEDROOM 2 10' 2" x 9' 10" (3.12m x 3.0m)
BEDROOM 3 11' 1" x 9' 10" (3.40m x 3.0m)
BEDROOM 4 11' 2" x 6' 9" (3.42m x 2.07m)
BATHROOM 7' 11" x 6' 4" (2.43m x 1.95m) With a white suite comprising panelled bath, separate shower cubicle, low level wc, pedestal wash hand basin, half tiled walls and extractor fan.
OUTSIDE To the front of the property is walled and fenced. Lawned garden area, triangular in shape and including flint section accessed via galvanised double gates and granite pillars. To the rear of the property is an enclosed decked garden area and timber store shed and there are two allocated parking spaces.
DIRECTIONS From Chiverton roundabout take the St Agnes turning at the next roundabout, opposite Rowes Bakery and then continue past the Chiverton Arms public house, take the next turning left, signposted Mount Hawke. After 50 metres or so turn right and follow this road for about a mile and a half until you reach Mount Hawke. Continue straight on passing the church on your left hand side and at the next crossroads turn right into Short Cross Road. Continue towards the end of Short Cross Road, approximately 400 metres and the property will be found on your left hand side.