Main Description * Exceptionally spacious detached house * Four generous size bedrooms, the master with en-suite shower room * Two reception rooms * Kitchen dining room with built in appliances * Study * Double glazing and gas central heating system * Garage * Ample off street parking for 5 cars * EPC - D This exceptionally spacious detached family home is situated only a short distance from the centre of St Austell and the variety of amenities on offer.
The accommodation briefly comprises; entrance hallway, lounge with feature fireplace, dual aspect dining room, well fitted kitchen/ breakfast room with integrated appliances, utility room, WC and study.
To the first floor there is a spacious galleried landing, four double bedrooms with the master bedroom enjoying an en-suite shower room, four piece family bathroom and a walk-in wardrobe room. Further advantages include double glazing throughout and a gas central heating system.
The property further boasts a garage and to the front of this there is a herringbone paved driveway providing parking for two/three vehicles. Opposite the driveway is a further tarmacked area providing space for two further vehicles. Pathways lead around to the rear gardens where there is a lawned area and a number of raised terraced beds with a variety of well stocked plants and shrubs. There are pleasant seating areas to enjoy and the gardens offer a good degree of privacy.
The current vendors installed solar panels in June 2014 and it is understood they have been bought by the owners. This attractive set up creates a further advantage to the next purchaser.
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.
St Austell's port, the picturesque harbour of Charlestown offers a vibrant atmosphere with a variety of bars and restaurants and you frequently see old sailing ships.
The Cathedral City of Truro is approximately 15 miles from St Austell where there is a further range of amenities.
entrance Double glazed entrance door into:-
entrance hallway An open and spacious area with a galleried turning staircase ascending to the first floor with a storage recess below. Radiator. Telephone points. Doors lead through to the kitchen dining room, cloakroom, study and lounge.
Lounge 19' 4" x 13' (5.89m x 3.96m) Double glazed window looks out to the front elevation. Feature gas fire set on a slate hearth with a slate backing and timber surround. High skirtings, coving and pendant lighting with ceiling rose. Squared archway into:-
dining room 9' 11" x 9' 9" (3.02m x 2.97m) Dual aspect room with a double glazed window looking out to the side aspect. A set of wood framed double glazed patio doors lead out onto the rear decked area and the gardens. Coving, ceiling rose and pendant lighting. Radiator. Television point. Door into the kitchen breakfast room.
Kitchen/breakfast room 18' 6" x 11' (5.64m x 3.35m) Incorporating a range of Oak wall and base units including a corner carousel unit with a marble effect square edge work surface over and tiled splash back. Inset one and a half bowl sink and drainer with mixer tap over. Integrated appliances include an under counter fridge, dishwasher, electric oven and freezer. Bosch four ring gas hob with extractor hood above. Two double glazed windows looking out to the rear elevation enjoying the garden area. Ceiling spotlights and radiator. Doors lead through to the entrance hallway and utility room.
Utility room 8' x 7' (2.44m x 2.13m) Wood framed double glazed window out to the rear aspect. A further frosted double glazed door to the side elevation and pathway. A range of wall and base units with a roll edge worktop over. Space for a tumble dryer and washing machine. Coving. High skirtings. Radiator and electric fuse box.
Cloakroom Low level WC. Pedestal wash hand basin with chrome taps over and tiled splash back. Extractor fan. Radiator. Coving.
Study 6' 10" x 6' 5" (2.08m x 1.96m) Double glazed window looks out to the front elevation. Radiator. Coving. Television point. Pendant lighting. High skirtings.
landing Spacious galleried landing with a turning staircase descending to the ground floor. Double glazed window looks out to the front aspect. Doors lead off to all bedrooms, family bathroom and the walk in wardrobe. Loft access via loft hatch. High skirtings and coving.
Bedroom one 13' 8" x 13' 1" (4.17m x 3.99m) Generous sized double bedroom with a double glazed window out to the front aspect. Telephone and television points. Radiator. Pendant lighting with attractive ceiling rose. Door through to:-
en-suite shower room Timber framed double glazed frosted window out to the side aspect. A white three piece suite comprising of a low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin with chrome taps over and walk in shower cubicle set within a tiled surround with a mains shower over. Shaver point. Extractor fan and coving.
Bedroom two 13' x 12' 11" (3.96m x 3.94m) Double glazed window out to the front elevation. Radiator. Pendant lighting with decorative ceiling rose. Coving.
Bedroom three 13' 8" x 11' (4.17m x 3.35m) (max) Double glazed window out to the rear aspect. Radiator. Coving. High skirtings.
Family bathroom Modern fitted white suite comprising a panelled bath set within a tiled surround with main shower. Pedestal wash hand basin, bidet and low level WC. Part tiled walls and tiled flooring. Radiator. Extractor fan. High skirtings. Double glazed window with obscure patterned glass to the rear aspect.
Bedroom four 11' x 10' 2" (3.35m x 3.10m) (to wardrobe fronts) Double glazed window out to the rear elevation. Built in wardrobe with a set of bi-folding painted doors. Coving. High skirtings. Radiator.
Walk in wardrobe 13' x 14' 8" (3.96m x 4.47m) Well equipped storage area with a hanging rail spanning the length of the room with a variety of built in shelving to include overhead storage above the hanging rail. Coving. Ceiling spotlights.
grounds and gardens A tarmac driveway provides access to this property and two others.
To the front of the property there is a bricked paved herringbone driveway providing off street parking for three cars. Opposite this is a further tarmac area which in turn provides access for two further vehicles. To the side of these areas there are established flower beds comprising a range of plants and shrubs. A pathway leads to either side of the property and in turn provides access to the rear gardens. A good sized lawn area occupies one area to the side of the property where there are further bordering shrubs. The sides and rear of the property offer a good degree of privacy complimented by the attractive walled rear garden. In the rear garden there are a number of raised flower beds and paved terraced seating areas. The garden also houses a generous size timber shed. Outside tap.
Garage 16' x 9' 7" (4.88m x 2.92m) Up and over door. Light and power. The garage houses the gas fired Worcester central heating boiler and solar panel control units. The gas boiler was installed in June 2015.
Agents notes 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, broadband and freesat dish connected subject to service providers transfer regulations and tariffs.
Tenure is Freehold.
Council Tax Band E.
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