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£350,000
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3 Bed Cottage - Antron Hill, Mabe Burnthouse, Penryn

KEY FEATURES

  • Extended end terrace house
  • 3 double bedrooms
  • Light and airy
  • Deep living areas
  • Stunning gardens
  • Garage and parking
  • Modernised/upgraded
  • Quiet and elevated

DESCRIPTION

Standing within a generous, beautiful, quiet and elevated plot at the end of a short terrace with superb wrap-around gardens to the front, side and rear, an immensely appealing 3 double bedroomed house with extended, light, spacious and stylish accommodation throughout, with the added attraction of far-reaching views, garage and parking.

THE PROPERTY

Positioned in a little-known terrace of just five properties within the grounds of a former flower farm, 5 Trenoweth Vean stands on the inner side, away from the road, and is mainly surrounded by its own gardens and unspoilt countryside beyond. Being approximately 600' above sea level, its elevation boasts superb far-reaching views to the south and east in the direction of Falmouth Harbour, Bay and even beyond The Roseland Peninsula to the open sea.

Having been subject to a variety of improvements by the current owners over approximately twenty years, the accommodation, now extended, provides spacious, modern and stylish living, with almost all rooms overlooking its own gardens with sunlight flowing into the majority of rooms during the day. A large 27' deep living room, with wood-burner, is complemented by a stunning 23' deep kitchen/dining room adjacent. Heated by an external oil fired boiler, the house also benefits from uPVC double glazing throughout, including large double doors from the living room accessing the patio with afternoon sun and the quite stunning wrap-around gardens which are generous throughout and particularly family/pet friendly.

The first floor boasts three double bedrooms, two of which enjoy even more elevated views, a large modernised bathroom and deep walk-in cupboard with potential as an en-suite shower room to the main bedroom.

THE LOCATION

5 Trenoweth Vean is an exceptionally sited end of terrace house with excellent further potential to extend, if required, commanding elevated views, amidst lovely semi-rural gardens and unspoilt countryside surroundings, yet most conveniently located for this highly regarded area's excellent range of amenities.

Trenoweth Vean is a small terrace of just five houses, on the outskirts of the village of Mabe Burnthouse, close to Argal and College Reservoirs (around which there are attractive circular walks) and the North Helford Area, where the villages of Mawnan Smith, Port Navas and Constantine lead to the tree-lined creeks and sailing waters of the Helford River, less than ten minutes' drive away. The university campus at Tremough is, amazingly, within just a twenty minute walk away.

The village of Mabe Burnthouse has everyday amenities, including a public house, village stores, hairdressers and regular bus service to the nearby towns of Penryn and Falmouth. There is a junior school in Mabe, with secondary schools available in Penryn, Falmouth, Helston and Truro, where private educational facilities exist.

Falmouth's bustling harbourside, excellent leisure amenities, water sports clubs, safe sandy beaches and fine range of restaurants are within a few minutes' drive; there is a branch-line rail link from both Falmouth and Penryn to Truro, which is on the main Penzance to Paddington (London) line. Excellent golf facilities are nearby at Falmouth, Budock Vean, Mullion, Killiow and Truro, the county's legal, administrative and retailing centre - approximately nine miles distant.

THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES

(All dimensions being approximate)

From the front garden, well maintained granite pathways leads up to the uPVC double glazed front entrance door, which opens into the:-

ENTRANCE PORCH

Additional uPVC double glazed window to the side elevation, overlooking the front garden, radiator under. Broad entranceway leading straight into the:-

LIVING ROOM

8.27m x 4.21m (27'1 x 13'9 )

Floor plan

An incredibly deep, double aspect living room, with masses of built-in book shelving either side of the chimney breast, housing a free-standing wood-burner with slate hearth, two built-in TV/shelving units, with further book shelving to the rear. Open staircase rising to the first floor landing, coat hanging recess adjacent to the entrance porch, and a broad entranceway leads into the dining area. Oak flooring, two radiators, uPVC double glazing to the front and rear elevations, the latter featuring double doors leading directly onto the paved patio, and overlooking the rear gardens beyond.

KITCHEN/DINING ROOM

7.10m x 3.31m (23'3 x 10'10 )

Floor plan

Extended by the current owner, now providing immensely light, airy and sociable living, with large dining area featuring a sloping double glazed roof and twin uPVC double glazed windows to the front of the property, with superb, far-reaching views across miles of countryside surrounding Falmouth, across Falmouth Bay to The Roseland peninsula beyond. Built-in wood-block breakfast bar (seating for four). Main kitchen area comprising various timber-fronted cupboards and drawers with extensive round-edged worksurfaces, inset double circular sinks with mixer tap, timber upstands, five-ring gas hob with stainless steel splashback and extractor hood over with electric oven under. Six tall larder/storage cupboards with shelving, recess for a tall fridge/freezer, space and plumbing for dishwasher, washing machine and condenser drying. Ceiling spotlights, large uPVC double glazed window overlooking the rear patio and garden beyond.

FIRST FLOOR

LANDING

Stairs rise from the ground floor living room. Replacement modern oak doors to all bedrooms, bathroom and the walk-in storage/airing cupboard with plumbing for WC, shower and wash hand basin.

BEDROOM ONE

4.27m x 4.19m (14'0 x 13'8 )

Floor plan

First measurement narrows to 9'6 (2.90m) to allow for the stairs. Two uPVC double glazed windows to the front elevation, enjoying superb far-reaching views over miles of countryside to the east, across Falmouth Bay to The Roseland peninsula. Two radiators, recesses to the side of the chimney breast.

BEDROOM TWO

2.86m x 3.68m (9'4 x 12'0 )

Floor plan

Another light and spacious room, with two uPVC double glazed windows to the rear elevation. Radiator, fitted cupboards with shelving and hanging rail. Painted timber floorboards.

BEDROOM THREE

2.67m x 2.64m (8'9 x 8'7 )

First measurement excludes the depth of the fitted cupboards, with built-in shelving. uPVC double glazed window overlooking miles of countryside towards Falmouth Bay in the distance.

BATHROOM

3.29m x 1.55m (10'9 x 5'1 )

Floor plan

A spacious room with contemporary white suite comprising a low flush WC, wall mounted wash hand basin with modern mixer tap, contemporary bath with mixer shower attachment and tiled walls. Tall heated towel rail, ceiling spotlights. uPVC double glazed window overlooking the rear garden.

WALK-IN CUPBOARD

1.00m x 2.05m (3'3 x 6'8 )

Providing excellent storage space, with slatted shelving to the rear - some prospective purchasers may wish to convert this area into an en-suite shower room, if required. Radiator.

THE EXTERIOR

FRONT GARDEN

Floor plan

A particular feature of the property, providing an extremely attractive approach to the front entrance, with sweeping lawns and meticulously maintained gravelled pathways leading to the front entrance. Attractive granite wall boundaries with well stocked flower beds inside, with various shrubs, trees and plants. Once again, far-reaching views towards Falmouth Bay, the Carrick Roads and miles of countryside surrounding Falmouth.

SIDE AND REAR GARDENS

Floor plan

The front garden continues to 'wrap' the property, with a broad lawned area to the side, continuation of the granite boundary wall, with further scope for extension (subject to all necessary consents). The lawn and mature hedge boundary continues to the rear garden area, with mature boundary providing privacy to the rear and catching the afternoon sun. A few steps lead down to the:-

PAVED PATIO

Floor plan

Essentially within the rear garden, with gravelled walkway leading from the front garden and steps leading down from the rear garden, a level patio area catching afternoon sun, with double doors leading directly from the living area.

GARAGE

2.68m x 5.11m (8'9 x 16'9 )

Metal up-and-over door from the parking area, of block construction.

PRIVATE PARKING

Located immediately in front of the garage, we understand there is private parking for one/two vehicles, although in addition there is ample further off-road parking within the shared driveway leading to the cottages - we understand there is a 'loose' arrangement whereby each owner parks in front of their own property.

GENERAL INFORMATION

SERVICES

Mains water and electricity are connected to the property. Shared septic tank for the five properties within the terrace - located in the adjacent field. Oil fired central heating.

COUNCIL TAX

Band C - Cornwall Council.

TENURE

Freehold.

POSSESSION

Vacant possession upon completion of the purchase - the vendor offering the additional benefit of no onward chain.

VIEWING

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

DIRECTIONAL NOTE

Travelling into Mabe village from the Penryn direction, continue up through the village, passing the excellent village shop on the right-hand side, continue up Antron Hill until the road starts to level - Trenoweth Vean is located on the left-hand side immediately after the chapel. Number 5 is the furthest house on away from the road.

There are no floor plans available for this property.

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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