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£250,000
SOLD
4 Bed House - Terraced - Penryn

KEY FEATURES

  • Attractive terraced cottage
  • 4 bedrooms
  • Previously a successful student let
  • Charming rear courtyard
  • Set over 3 floors
  • Well maintained throughout
  • Moments from the town centre
  • Immediate possession with no onward chain

DESCRIPTION

Set within an attractive terrace and located centrally within the historic market town of Penryn, only moments from the main thoroughfare, a charming 4 bedroom stone-fronted cottage, suitable as a lucrative investment purchase, or a permanent family home, set over 3 floors with an appealing westerly-facing rear courtyard garden, previously generating a letting income of approximately £1,400 pcm when fully let.

THE PROPERTY

Set within an attractive stone-fronted terrace, moments from the town centre, Number 60 is a versatile property which has, until recently, been a successful student let in the possession of our owners, generating an appealing income of circa £1,400 pcm when fully let; however, due to the deceptively spacious nature, it could also be utilised as a delightful family home, retaining its wealth of characterful features.

Internally, the property offers a spacious living/dining area, upon entry, with kitchen set to the rear and, adjacent, stairs leading to the first floor. An L-shaped landing leads to bedrooms one and two, together with the main family bathroom, with a further staircase rising to the second floor landing, with access to bedrooms three and en-suite bedroom four, and the intriguing addition of an occasional child's room/store set partially within the roof space. To the rear, a secluded and well proportioned courtyard garden offers an ideal sitting-out space, with the benefit of afternoon sun.

THE ACCOMODATION COMPRISES

(all dimensions being approximate)

From St Thomas Street, a traditional timber front door leads to:-

LIVING/DINING ROOM

A broad and deep entrance room combining both living and dining space with access to the far side to both the kitchen and open doorway to the stairs leading onto the first floor. Radiator, panelled ceiling, wall lights, tiled flooring. Upon entry to the room, cupboards located at head height and below waist height containing the electrical consumer unit and gas meter respectively. Recessed broad wooden twenty pane sash window to the front elevation. Satellite aerial point, telephone point. Part waist height panelling to one side within both recesses. Multi paned glass door leading to:-

KITCHEN

A nicely proportioned kitchen with a range of beech wood-effect cupboards, drawers, and display units. Cannon gas cooker with oven and grill, four-ring gas hob over and extractor fan above. Space and plumbing for washing machine, together with space for fridge/freezer. Inset stainless steel sink with drainer with multi pane recessed sash window above, providing outlook over the delightful rear courtyard. Worcester combination boiler set within the corner recess of the room. Mosaic tiled splashback to mid level. Tiled flooring, spotlights. Replacement uPVC rear access door leading to the exterior.

Open through way with stairs rising to the:-

FIRST FLOOR

LANDING

Set within an L-shape, characterful twelve pane sash window with deep sill offering charming views over the well enclosed courtyard to the rear and beyond Glasney playing field. Staircase rising to the second floor with pine door leading to under-stair storage, further stripped timber doors leading to bedrooms one, two, and bathroom. Panelled door leading to useful storage cupboard with wooden slatted shelving and small radiator below waist height.

BEDROOM ONE

A traditional and double bedroom offering charming features such as a stripped timber floor, recess twenty pane sash window offering an outlook over the neighbouring properties of St Thomas Street, full height louvre doors providing hanging space and shelving ideal for clothes and shoes etc. Radiator, pedestal wash hand basin.

BEDROOM TWO

A well proportioned single room with recessed multi pane sash window to the rear, and single radiator under. Partial head height to the far side.

BATHROOM

A white three-piece suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin, low flush WC, panelled bath with fixed feature window, hand grips and mains-powered shower over. Cork tiled flooring, single radiator, towel rail, extractor fan. Tiled walls to the bath/shower, panelling to two further walls.

Stairs rise from the first floor landing to the:-

SECOND FLOOR

Access to bedrooms, three, four, and panelled door providing an opening to the loft space/occasional child's bedroom.

BEDROOM THREE

A double bedroom with a recessed and broad multi pane sash window to the far side, offering an outlook over the Penryn River and Harbour Village beyond. Single radiator. Loft access.

BEDROOM FOUR

A particularly interesting room with traditional features such as original wide stripped timber flooring, recessed multi pane sash window, offering outlook over the Penryn River and Harbour Village beyond. Waist height storage cupboards with louvre doors, set within recess of the room. Radiator. Stripped pine door leading to the:-

EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM

Pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splashback, low flush WC and corner shower cubicle with folding screen and mains-power shower, tiling to three sides. Tiled floor, extractor fan.

OCCASIONAL CHILD'S ROOM/STORE ROOM

With restricted ceiling height and providing an ideal children's play/occasional room, study or store room with two Velux windows to the rear elevation, built-in cupboard.

THE EXTERIOR

REAR COURTYARD

A well enclosed spacious rear courtyard providing a degree of privacy and almost westerly facing, with a slightly raised terrace to the rear section. An ideal sitting-out space or area for potted plants, shrubs and flowers. Painted timber door to the far side leading to a shared access located to the side of the property and offering a walkway through to St Thomas Street. It is understood Number 60 enjoys a right of access along the side passage.

GENERAL INFORMATION

SERVICES

Mains electricity, water, drainage and gas are connected to the property. Telephone points (subject to supplier's regulations). Gas fired central heating.

COUNCIL TAX

Band C - Cornwall Council.

TENURE

Freehold.

POSSESSION

Immediate vacant possession upon with the added benefit of no onward chain.

VIEWING

By telephone appointment with the vendors' Sole Agent - Laskowski & Company, 28 High Street, Falmouth, TR11 2AD. Telephone: 01326 318813.

THE PROPERTY

Floor plan

Set within an attractive stone-fronted terrace, moments from the town centre, Number 60 is a versatile property which has, until recently, been a successful student let in the possession of our owners, generating an appealing income of circa £1,400 pcm when fully let; however, due to the deceptively spacious nature, it could also be utilised as a delightful family home, retaining its wealth of characterful features.

Internally, the property offers a spacious living/dining area, upon entry, with kitchen set to the rear and, adjacent, stairs leading to the first floor. An L-shaped landing leads to bedrooms one and two, together with the main family bathroom, with a further staircase rising to the second floor landing, with access to bedrooms three and en-suite bedroom four, and the intriguing addition of an occasional child's room/store set partially within the roof space. To the rear, a secluded and well proportioned courtyard garden offers an ideal sitting-out space, with the benefit of afternoon sun.

THE ACCOMODATION COMPRISES

(all dimensions being approximate)

From St Thomas Street, a traditional timber front door leads to:-

LIVING/DINING ROOM

5.21m x 3.83m (17'1 x 12'6 )

Floor plan

A broad and deep entrance room combining both living and dining space with access to the far side to both the kitchen and open doorway to the stairs leading onto the first floor. Radiator, panelled ceiling, wall lights, tiled flooring. Upon entry to the room, cupboards located at head height and below waist height containing the electrical consumer unit and gas meter respectively. Recessed broad wooden twenty pane sash window to the front elevation. Satellite aerial point, telephone point. Part waist height panelling to one side within both recesses. Multi paned glass door leading to:-

KITCHEN

2.62m x 3.52m (8'7 x 11'6 )

Floor plan

A nicely proportioned kitchen with a range of beech wood-effect cupboards, drawers, and display units. Cannon gas cooker with oven and grill, four-ring gas hob over and extractor fan above. Space and plumbing for washing machine, together with space for fridge/freezer. Inset stainless steel sink with drainer with multi pane recessed sash window above, providing outlook over the delightful rear courtyard. Worcester combination boiler set within the corner recess of the room. Mosaic tiled splashback to mid level. Tiled flooring, spotlights. Replacement uPVC rear access door leading to the exterior.

Open through way with stairs rising to the:-

FIRST FLOOR

LANDING

Floor plan

Set within an L-shape, characterful twelve pane sash window with deep sill offering charming views over the well enclosed courtyard to the rear and beyond Glasney playing field. Staircase rising to the second floor with pine door leading to under-stair storage, further stripped timber doors leading to bedrooms one, two, and bathroom. Panelled door leading to useful storage cupboard with wooden slatted shelving and small radiator below waist height.

BEDROOM ONE

3.36m x 3.80m (11'0 x 12'5 )

Floor plan

A traditional and double bedroom offering charming features such as a stripped timber floor, recess twenty pane sash window offering an outlook over the neighbouring properties of St Thomas Street, full height louvre doors providing hanging space and shelving ideal for clothes and shoes etc. Radiator, pedestal wash hand basin.

BEDROOM TWO

2.84m x 2.61m (9'3 x 8'6 )

A well proportioned single room with recessed multi pane sash window to the rear, and single radiator under. Partial head height to the far side.

BATHROOM

1.90m x 1.57m (6'2 x 5'1 )

Floor plan

A white three-piece suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin, low flush WC, panelled bath with fixed feature window, hand grips and mains-powered shower over. Cork tiled flooring, single radiator, towel rail, extractor fan. Tiled walls to the bath/shower, panelling to two further walls.

Stairs rise from the first floor landing to the:-

SECOND FLOOR

Access to bedrooms, three, four, and panelled door providing an opening to the loft space/occasional child's bedroom.

BEDROOM THREE

2.42m x 2.65m (7'11 x 8'8 )

Floor plan

A double bedroom with a recessed and broad multi pane sash window to the far side, offering an outlook over the Penryn River and Harbour Village beyond. Single radiator. Loft access.

BEDROOM FOUR

2.94m x 3.41m (9'7 x 11'2 )

Floor plan

A particularly interesting room with traditional features such as original wide stripped timber flooring, recessed multi pane sash window, offering outlook over the Penryn River and Harbour Village beyond. Waist height storage cupboards with louvre doors, set within recess of the room. Radiator. Stripped pine door leading to the:-

EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM

0.97m x 2.3m (3'2 x 7'6 )

Pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splashback, low flush WC and corner shower cubicle with folding screen and mains-power shower, tiling to three sides. Tiled floor, extractor fan.

OCCASIONAL CHILD'S ROOM/STORE ROOM

3.94m x 2.31m (12'11 x 7'6 )

Floor plan

With restricted ceiling height and providing an ideal children's play/occasional room, study or store room with two Velux windows to the rear elevation, built-in cupboard.

THE EXTERIOR

REAR COURTYARD

Floor plan

A well enclosed spacious rear courtyard providing a degree of privacy and almost westerly facing, with a slightly raised terrace to the rear section. An ideal sitting-out space or area for potted plants, shrubs and flowers. Painted timber door to the far side leading to a shared access located to the side of the property and offering a walkway through to St Thomas Street. It is understood Number 60 enjoys a right of access along the side passage.

GENERAL INFORMATION

SERVICES

Mains electricity, water, drainage and gas are connected to the property. Telephone points (subject to supplier's regulations). Gas fired central heating.

COUNCIL TAX

Band C - Cornwall Council.

TENURE

Freehold.

POSSESSION

Immediate vacant possession upon with the added benefit of no onward chain.

VIEWING

By telephone appointment with the vendors' Sole Agent - Laskowski & Company, 28 High Street, Falmouth, TR11 2AD. Telephone: 01326 318813.

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These particulars have been prepared as a general guide only for prospective purchasers. Although every effort has been made to provide a fair and reasonable description of the property, no specific survey or detailed inspection has been carried out in relation to the building, services, appliances and any fixtures and fittings. All measurements, dimensions, acreages and distances are approximate and should not be relied upon for accuracy. All buyers should rely on their own surveys and investigations in connection with a purchase of the property.

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