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Crofthandy, St. Day
Sold Subject to Contract

2 beds | 1 baths | 1 receptions | Offers in excess of £300,000

  • 2 double bedrooms
  • Wood burner
  • Delightful gardens
  • Summerhouse/Office
  • rural position
  • Character home

A stunning and immaculately presented character cottage in a delightful rural setting that has been extensively renovated in recent years. There are 2 double bedrooms and a lovely kitchen/breakfast room, sitting room with wood burner and conservatory overlooking the delightful south facing garden. There is a useful insulated summerhouse used as an office with attached store. This character cottage has mains gas central heating and double glazing.

This stunning end terrace character cottage is set in a delightful rural location and has, in recent years, undergone an extensive renovation programme. The attractive and immaculately presented accommodation provides two first floor double bedrooms which include a stunning master bedroom along with modern first floor bathroom. The ground floor has a delightful kitchen/breakfast room with beamed ceiling, generous sitting room with wood burning stove, again with beamed ceiling and opening into a generous conservatory which overlooks the rear garden. The good sized garden is mostly laid to lawn and also includes a sitting area as well as a useful insulated summerhouse which is used as a home office with attached store. The main cottage is double glazed and has mains gas central heating and attractive stone and slate elevations.

LOCATION Crofthandy is a convenient hamlet located between Truro, Redruth and Falmouth, with Redruth being the nearest town at approximately 3 miles. For those keen walkers and cyclists, there is an extensive range of former mining trails and footpaths immediately accessible including access to the Devoran to Portreath tramway.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 15' 8" x 11' 6" (4.8m x 3.53m) This measurement includes the stairs which rise to the first floor to one side. Stable entrance door. Lovely beamed ceiling and slate effect tiled floor. Gas fired Rayburn. Range of base cupboards with solid wood work surfaces. Inset double bowl enamel sink unit. Wall mounted shelving. Space for fridge/freezer. Access to:-

SITTING ROOM 15' 11" x 12' 3" (4.87m x 3.74m) This lovely room has a wood burning stove set into fireplace as its focal point which has a timber mantle and slate hearth. Shelved recess beside. Further recess with fitted TV plinth. Beamed ceiling. Lovely wooden floor. Double doors lead through to:-

CONSERVATORY/GARDEN ROOM 15' 8" x 7' 6" (4.8m x 2.29m) Wall to one side and wooden double glazed windows. Slate effect tiled floor. Door opening to the rear garden.



MASTER BEDROOM 14' 1" x 13' 7" (4.3m x 4.16m) This stunning room has been measured to the chimney breast and has further recess. Wood flooring. 2 Velux windows and 3 further windows making this a light dual aspect room with partially canopied ceiling.

BEDROOM 2 11' 0" x 11' 1" (3.36m x 3.39m) Built-in wardrobe. This dual aspect room also has an attractive arched double glazed window to the side.

BATHROOM 8' 2" x 7' 2" (2.49m x 2.2m) measured into the recess with wc. White suite containing panelled bath with shower over, pedestal wash basin, low level wc, cupboard housing combination gas boiler and chrome heated towel rail.

OUTSIDE Approached from the front with steps and a ramp down to the front door, there is a gated side access which leads through to the delightful south facing and enclosed rear garden. Laid mostly to lawn with mature shrub beds and borders, there is a small vegetable patch, sitting area and a very well presented and useful:-

SUMMERHOUSE 9' 5" x 7' 4" (2.88m x 2.25m) This is insulated, used as a home office and has electricity and telephone. there is an attached is a useful store.

A pedestrian right of way at the rear of the property does exist for the neighbouring cottage.

DIRECTIONS From the Chiverton roundabout take the A30 west bound and at the first exit turn left at Wheal Rose. Continue to the end of the slip road and bear straight on at the mini roundabout and turn next left by the Crossroads Care Home. Continue under the railway bridge and at the crossroads go straight over, signposted to St Day and Carharrack. Continue through Tolgullow Woods across the first crossroads and at the next crossroads turn left to Crofthandy. Continue for approximately a 1/4 of a mile and the road will bear right and there is a left turning essentially straight on which leads into Chapel Lane and the property is a short way along on the right hand side.

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