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Property details

  • 4 bedrooms


  • Tenure: Freehold

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Main Description
* Immaculately presented detached house
* Four double bedrooms, master bedroom with a dressing area and en-suite shower room
* Jack and Jill bathroom to bedrooms two and three
* Conservatory and Study
* Double garage and Driveway parking for several vehicles
* Private rear garden adjoining neighbouring woodland
* Situated in a highly sought after private development
* Awaiting EPC

This beautifully presented detached property is situated in a highly desirable private development in Carlyon Bay. The property has been designed with many parts replicating characterful appearances of a Georgian home.

The accommodation briefly comprises; an entrance hallway, cloakroom, spacious lounge, conservatory, separate dining room, well fitted dual aspect kitchen dining room and utility room. A turning staircase ascends to the first floor where there are four double bedrooms, a study and a family bathroom. The master bedroom benefits from a dressing area and an en-suite shower room whilst there is a Jack and Jill bathroom accessed from bedroom two and three.

Further benefits include double glazing throughout and a gas central heating system.

The property has the added advantage of a double garage with electric doors whilst there is driveway to the front of the property for several vehicles.

The garden is predominantly to the rear and is well stocked with a variety of established plants and shrubs. A pathway leads to a decked area where the garden also houses a timber summer house. The garden offers a good degree of privacy and abutts neighbouring woodland.
Located about a mile outside the town of St Austell 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.

The historic market town of St Austell is less than 2 miles away. 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.


UPVC double glazed door into:-

entrance hallway
14' 5" x 13' 2" (4.39m x 4.01m) (maximum) A generous sized l-shaped hallway with a galleried turning staircase ascending to the first floor with a under stairs storage cupboard. Two double glazed frosted windows out to the front aspect. Telephone point. Radiator. Thermostat control unit. Doors lead to the lounge, WC, kitchen and a set of double multi paned doors open into the dining room.

16' 11" x 12' 6" (5.16m x 3.81m) (into Bay window) Double glazed bay window out to the front elevation. A feature fireplace with an inset gas fire set within an attractive stone surround and stone hearth. A double glazed window out to the side aspect. Two radiators. Decorative coving and ceiling rose. Two television and telephone points. Sliding double glazed door into:-

13' 6" x 12' 2" (4.11m x 3.71m) A triple aspect conservatory set on dwarf walls and with a pitched roof. Double glazed windows out to the rear and side aspects enjoying views across the garden and the neighbouring woodlands. A set of French doors provide access out to the rear garden. Wall mounted heater.

Dining room
12' 9" x 12' 1" (3.89m x 3.68m) Double glazed window out the rear aspect. Radiator. Television point. Decorative coving and ceiling rose.

Kitchen/ dining room
17' x 12' 2" (5.18m x 3.71m) Incorporating a range of wall and base units with a roll edge work top over and tiled splash back. Inset one and a half bowl sink and drainer with a swan neck mixer tap over. Integrated dishwasher. Space for a fridge freezer and gas range with extractor hood above. The room is dual aspect with a double glazed window out to the side aspect whilst a further double glazed window looks out to the rear garden. Ceiling spotlights, coving and radiator. Door through to:-

10' 7" x 5' (3.23m x 1.52m) A range of wall and base units with a roll edge top over. Inset stainless steel sink and drainer with a mixer tap over. Space for washing machine. Radiator. Coving. Door out to the side pathway. There is a further door providing access into the double garage.

Double garage
16' 10" x 16' 2" (5.13m x 4.93m) Equipped with two electric up and over doors. Double glazed window out to the side elevation. Ideal gas fired central heating boiler. Light and power. Electric fuse box.

First floor

galleried landing
Turning staircase descends to the ground floor whilst doors lead to all bedrooms, the study and the family bathroom. Cupboard with linen slatted linen shelving. Loft access via loft hatch. Radiator and coving.

Bedroom one
16' 9" x 13' 3" (5.11m x 4.04m) Fantastic dual aspect spacious room with double glazed windows out to the front and side elevations. There are two radiators, coving and archway through to a dressing area.

Dressing area
8' 6" x 4' 3" (2.59m x 1.30m) (to the wardrobe fronts) Floor to ceiling height built in wardrobes to either side. Loft access via loft hatch. Two doors provide access into:-

en-suite shower room
A double shower cubicle set within a tiled surround with a mains shower over. Low level WC, bidet and pedestal wash hand basin. The walls are part tiled. Heated towel rail. Shaver point, extractor fan and Velux window.

Family bathroom
Wood panelled bath set within a tiled surround and with a shower connected to the vintage style mixer tap. Low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, heated towel rail, shave point and extractor fan. The walls are part tiled. Double glazed window out to the side aspect.

Bedroom four
15' x 9' 2" (4.57m x 2.79m) Double glazed window out to the rear elevation enjoying a pleasant woodland view. Built in dressing unit and two wardrobe units with mirrored fronts. Radiator. Coving.

Bedroom three
12' 9" x 11' 10" (3.89m x 3.61m) (max) Double glazed window out to the rear aspect overlooking the garden. Radiator. Coving. Door to:-

jack and jill bathroom
A shower cubicle set within a tiled surround and with a main shower over. Low level WC. Pedestal wash hand basin. The walls are part tiled. Heated towel rail. Extractor fan. Double glazed frosted window out to the rear aspect. Door to:-

bedroom two
15' x 13' 9" (4.57m x 4.19m) (max measurements to the wardrobes front) A dual aspect room filled with plenty of natural light with a double glazed window out to the front and side aspects. Built in floor to ceiling height triple wardrobe. Radiator. Telephone point and door through to the hallway.

8' 3" x 6' 10" (2.51m x 2.08m) Double glazed window out to the front aspect. Radiator. Pendant lighting. Telephone and television points.


The property is positioned on a generous sized plot and is accessed via a gated driveway. At the front of the property there is a herringbone paved driveway providing off street parking for several vehicles. Adjoining the garage is a car port with a timber gate providing access around to the rear of the property. The beautiful rear garden offers a high degree of privacy and abuts neighbouring woodland. It is a majority laid to lawn bordered by several mature plants and shrubs whilst to the centre of the garden there is an area comprising a further variety of well stocked plants. A paved pathway leads around the conservatory and to both sides of the property whilst a slate chipping pathway continues to a decked area where there is a timber built summer house. The garden is enclosed and the protected woodlands provide a delightful outlook and create a tranquil setting. The garden also houses a shed. Outside tap.

Agents notes
services: The following services are available at the property however we have not verified connection, mains electricity, mains gas, metred mains water, mains drainage, broadband and telephone subject to tariffs and regulations.

It is understood the property was built in 2004 and there is a service charge per annum paid to Crinnis Wood Management Company. It is understood that this service charge helps to maintain the neighbouring woodlands and green space within the private development. As of December 2019 the service charge was £390.00 for the year.

Tenure: Freehold

council tax band: F

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Map & Nearby

Local Amenities

  • Par 2 miles
  • St Austell 2.1 miles
  • Charlestown Primary School 0.5 miles
  • Bishop Bronescombe CofE School 1 miles

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Local Amenities

  • Par 2 miles
  • St Austell 2.1 miles
  • Charlestown Primary School 0.5 miles
  • Bishop Bronescombe CofE School 1 miles

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16th Jan 2020 £525,000 Price increased by £35,000
14th Jan 2020 £490,000 First listed

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