* Non-estate detached bungalow
* Three well-proportioned bedrooms
* Generous Master Bedroom boasting an En-suite Bathroom
* Conservatory and additional Sun Room
* Spacious Lounge/Dining room
* Corner plot position with lawned gardens to the front, rear and side
* Double Garage
* Off street parking for two cars
* Cul-de-sac location
* Close to the picturesque Georgian port of Charlestown
Situated in the highly sought after area of Holmbush and within close proximity of the beautiful Georgian port of Charlestown, Penrice Academy School and Charlestown School is this spacious detached bungalow. Boasting a corner plot position within a cul-de-sac this property has plenty to offer. The accommodation briefly comprises; an entrance porchway, hallway, generous size lounge with archway leading to a dining area, kitchen, conservatory, family bathroom, three well-proportioned bedrooms with the master bedroom boasting an en-suite shower room.
Externally there is a double garage with an adjacent sun room looking out onto the rear garden. There are lawned gardens to the front, rear and side and from them the property enjoys distant countryside views, looking back over the historic market town of St Austell. The gardens are mainly laid to lawn and there is a variety of plants and shrubs. To the front of the double garage is a driveway providing off street parking for two cars.
The historic market town of St Austell is steeped in history and is within a short distance to the South Coast. It is one of Cornwall's biggest towns and was for centuries an important mining town. Today the town offers a wide range of shopping facilities, educational and recreational facilities with a good number of Primary and secondary schools. There is a mainline railway station running from Penzance to London Paddington.
The hugely popular Eden Project is only 2 miles away and is perhaps one of the towns biggest draw. Built in an old china clay pit the Eden Project is certainly one of the most popular single tourist attractions in Cornwall.
Only a short distance away is Charlestown, an amazingly pristine, unspoiled example of a Georgian working port. It was constructed between 1791 and 1801 by Charles Rashleigh, entrepreneur and member of the local landowning family, due to the growth of the local mining industry. Originally built to export copper and import coal, it was soon being used for the export of China Clay. It is from its creator that the the port gets its name.
To this day the port remains unspoiled and retains much of its Georgian character. This unique combination has lead to Charlestown being a popular location for film and television locations. Credits include Poldark, Hornblower and Mansfield Park.
UPVC dual pane door into:-
Sliding double glazed door opening to the front patio with two double glazed adjacent windows. Multi-paned door into:-
A spacious l-shaped hallway with a set of multi-paned doors into the lounge. Further doors lead to the kitchen, all bedrooms and the family bathroom. Cupboard housing the baxi gas boiler. Storage cupboard to the side. Thermostat control unit, radiator and fuse box. There is decorative coving, pendant lighting and ceiling rose.
16' 6" x 13' 9" (5.03m x 4.19m) Double glazed window to the front elevation. A feature gas fire set within an elegant surround with a marble effect hearth. Radiator. TV point, ceiling rose and coving. A curved archway leads to:-
10' 1" x 9' 3" (3.07m x 2.82m) A multi-paned door leads through to the kitchen. An additional sliding double glazed door opens into the conservatory. Radiator. Ceiling rose and coving.
11' 11" x 10' (3.63m x 3.05m) A double glazed window to the rear aspect. A comprehensive range of wall and base units with a roll edge worktop over and tiled splashback. Inset one and a half bowl sink and drainer with a stainless steel mixer tap over. Integrated appliances include a fridge freezer, oven and grill and four ring gas hob. There is space for a washing machine. Ceiling spotlights. Multi-paned door leading through to the hallway with a further door leading through to the conservatory.
13' 10" x 9' 10" (4.22m x 3.00m) Spacious triple aspect conservatory set on a dwarf wall looking out over the rear gardens. A set of double glazed sliding doors provide access onto the paved pathway with a further door opening to the side elevation. Sliding double glazed door provides access to the dining area with a further door leading to the kitchen. Wall lighting and laminate flooring.
A four piece bathroom suite comprising a low level WC, a wash hand basin with a mixer tap over set within a vanity unit, a bidet, a panelled bath with a shower connected to the mixer tap. The walls have been tiled from floor to ceiling height. Wall mounted mirror and radiator. A double glazed frosted window out to the rear elevation.
7' 7" x 7' 6" (2.31m x 2.29m) Double glazed window out to the front elevation. Radiator. Coving and pendant lighting.
10' 1" x 9' 9" (3.07m x 2.97m) A double glazed window out to the rear aspect overlooking the gardens. The room is a double bedroom with a built in wardrobe equipped with mirrored front doors. Radiator, coving and pendant lighting.
14' 8" x 9' 9" (4.47m x 2.97m) This spacious double bedroom boasts a range of built in storage units, wardrobes and drawers. Built in dressing table with various storage drawers to the side. A double glazed window looks out to the front elevation. There is a combination of wall lights and pendant lighting. Radiator and TV point. Door leading back through to an en-suite bathroom.
Low level WC. Wash hand basin with mixer tap over set within a vanity unit with storage cupboards below. A panelled bath with a shower connected to the mixer tap. The walls are tiled. Wall mounted mirror with a light and shaver point above. Radiator. Double glazed window out to the side aspect.
Light and power. Storage in the eaves. Door leading through to a sun room.
A triple aspect room with double glazed windows set on an attractive dwarf stone wall. Door leading back through to the garage area with a further door leading out onto the rear gardens.
The property is set on a fantastic corner plot position benefitting from gardens to the front, rear and side. The gardens are mainly laid to lawn and enjoy a sunny aspect. A paved patio leads to the front door with a metal hand rail. The garden comprises a variety of established plants and shrubs and enjoys views back across St Austell and distant countryside beyond. To the front of the garage there is a tarmac driveway providing off road parking for two cars, a timber gate then provides access to the rear gardens.
services - The following services are available at the property, however we are not able to verify connection; mains electricity, mains metered water, mains drainage and mains gas. Telephone and sky connected subject to service providers transfer regulations and tariffs.
Tenure is Freehold.
Council Tax Band E.
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