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Fore Street, Goldsithney, Penzance£325,000

3 Bedroom House - End Terrace

  • Character Cottage
  • 2/3 Bedrooms
  • Garage and Gardens
  • Large Detached Workshop
  • Well Presented
  • EPC - E
  • Solar Panels
  • LPG Central Heating
  • Solid Oak Flooring
  • Vaulted Ceiling

Situated in the popular village of Goldsithney is this delightful, well presented 2/3 bedroom character cottage. The surprisingly spacious accommodation comprises of the lounge, dining room, kitchen, study area and 2nd reception room on the ground floor and the two bedrooms and bathroom on the first floor. To the rear of the property is a larger than average utility room with a separate WC. An attractive addition is the detached studio, workshop and garage which are located at the far end of the well established garden. Features of the house include solid oak flooring, exposed granite wall and log burner in the lounge.

SERVICES: Mains electric, water and drainage. LPG gas central heating and photovoltaic solar panels.

Goldsithney is a sought after village just over five miles from Penzance with a village shop, community centre, public houses and with primary schooling at St. Hilary School nearby. A bus service to Marazion just over a mile away provides access to the sandy beach and St. Michaels Mount. The larger town of Penzance offers a range of facilities with further schooling, hospital and leisure amenities. Transport links from Penzance railway and bus station provide services to the rest of the country.

(Property Ref: 14580112)

LOUNGE

5.75 x 3.65 (18'10" x 11'11")A light and airy lounge with a square bay window which provides distant rural views. Features of this room include the beamed ceiling, the solid oak flooring and the granite fire place with a multi fuel stove set on a tiled hearth. The stairs lead to the first floor and have built in storage under.

DINING ROOM

5.23 x 1.63 (17'1" x 5'4")The window is the dining room emphasises the thickness of the granite walls with its deep set reveal. The solid oak flooring continues into this room and through to the study area. Open aspect and granite steps lead into the kitchen.

STUDY/ OFFICE AREA

2.54 x 1.32 (8'3" x 4'3")A useful snug area which is currently used as an office. This room is separated from the study/3rd bedroom by a stud wall and french doors. Again in had the feature exposed granite walls and oak flooring.

STUDY/BED 3

2.5 x 3.35 (8'2" x 10'11")A light room with a window to the side and a double glazed door which leads onto the patio garden. This room is currently used as a study and doubles up to the third bedroom when required. It has a beamed ceiling and solid oak floor.

KITCHEN

2.75 x 2.07 (9'0" x 6'9")Overlooking the patio garden. The kitchen is well set out to maximise the use of the space, with matching wall mounted units, draws and wooden shelving. The tiled floor complements the wooden work surface.

MASTER BEDROOM

5.75 x 3.66 (18'10" x 12'0")Again the thickness of the walls is emphasised in the two windows that face the front of the property. On the outside wall is a cast iron fire place set on a stone hearth with a wooden surround. On the opposite wall are built in wardrobes with both shelving and hanging space.

LANDING

With useful floor to ceiling shelving.

BEDROOM 2

2061 x 4.70 (6761'9" x 15'5")This room has a feature exposed A-framed ceiling with two velux sky light windows as well as a side window. The floor is painted white making a lovely light and airy bedroom.

UTILITY ROOM

2.93 x 3.66 (9'7" x 12'0")A detached utility room which offers space for washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher and fridge/freezer. This useful space is used as an overflow from the kitchen with a range of units and a stainless steel sink with complementary tiling. In the corner is a door into the WC.

STUDIO

STUDIO

3.68 x 5.35 (12'0" x 17'6")

WORKSHOP

5.11 x 2.22 (16'9" x 7'3")The studio, workshop and garage are one building of block construction with an external measurement of approximately 30' x 17'5 feet. This large work space offers great light and is currently used as an artists studio, a workshop and a separate garage. This versatile space is a rare find.

GARAGE

4.67 x 4.02 (15'3" x 13'2")

THE SUMMER HOUSE

THE SUMMER HOUSE

Situated 3/4 of the way up the garden, looking out over the lawn is this delightful retreat. This room can be used all year round as it is well insulated and has electric power. Known at 'The Bolt Hole' this is another great addition to the property.

Energy Efficiency and Environmental Impact

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Although these particulars are thought to be materially correct their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not form part of any contract.

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