- DETACHED PERIOD FAMILY HOME
- 4/5 BEDROOMS, 1 ON GROUND FLOOR
- EXTREMELY WELL PRESENTED
- GENEROUS AND FLEIXIBLE ACCOMMODATION
- FRONT AND REAR GARDENS
- COUNTRYSIDE AND SEA VIEWS
- GARAGE/CAR PORT AMPLE OFF ROAD PARKING
- SOUGHT AFTER VILLAGE LOCATION
- COUNCIL TAX BAND E
- TENURE - FREEHOLD
A SUPERB 4/5 BEDROOM IMMACULATELY PRESENTED FAMILY HOME IN THE SOUGHT AFTER LOCATION OF TYWARDREATH. PERIOD DETACHED PROPERTY, GENEROUS AND FLEXIBLE ACCOMMODATION, GARAGE, GARDEN AND VIEWS.
Tywardreath is a pretty village located between Fowey and Par. It has a fantastic community spirit which revolves around the local village pub, church, primary school and village convenience store. Within a 15 minute walk is the village of Par which has many local amenities including doctors, library, post office, sports field with running track and convenience stores as well as Par beach which is dog friendly all year round. It also has excellent transport links with a railway station in Par on the London Paddington to Penzance line.
Southpark Road is an eclectic mix of homes making for a very popular location. Close to the primary school and a short walk down to the train station and local amenities, it's an ideal family setting.
Built in the 1920's this elegant and spacious detached property is set back and private from Southpark Road. Brimming with period features and charm, 19 Southpark presents an exciting opportunity for any family to make a perfect home.
The front door opens into a tiled floor inner hallway before leading into a beautiful, welcoming entrance hall - a reception room in itself. Wooden flooring runs throughout the ground floor with doors leading off to a sitting room, dining room, conservatory and kitchen. Stairs rising up to the first floor also provide a useful under stairs storage cupboard.
On entering the kitchen your eyes fall upon the main feature of the room, a beautiful working Aga tucked into a large chimney breast surrounded by colourful tiles. The charm continues with solid wood kitchen storage units, Belfast sink and period recessed cupboards. A useful pantry offers extra storage. From the kitchen a door leads into a utility room which has space for an upright fridge freezer and under counter fridge and sink. Other doors open to a storage cupboard with plumbing for a washing machine and also housing the boiler as well as rear porch with a door giving access to the side of the property and a separate WC.
The sitting room with its high ceilings, is bathed in light from the attractive large bay window which enjoys views over the rear decking and garden. The room is kept cosy and warm by a cast iron open fire place with solid wood surround.
Double doors open into a conservatory which fills the entrance hall with borrowed light and views of the garden whilst providing a place to sit and relax.
The dining room has an attractive open fire place with wooden surround and finished with pretty tiles. Dual aspect windows flood the room with light and to the rear look out over the decking and garden. From the dining room a door leads off into a ground floor bedroom and shower room, great for guests, someone with mobility issues or a teenager looking for a bit of independent space.
One of the many attractive features of this property and keeping the area bright are the ornate stained glass windows in the open stairwell leading up to the landing. From here doors lead off to four bedrooms. Three generous double bedrooms enjoying panoramic views of the countryside and St Austell Bay. The principal bedroom has an en-suite shower room with shower, WC and wash hand basin. The fourth bedroom/study looks over the front garden. On this floor is a family bathroom with freestanding bath, shower cubicle, wash hand basin and a separate WC.
From Southpark Road, a private drive leads past a large, level lawned garden with mature shrub borders, a greenhouse and separate wooden shed. The driveway is tarmac and provides parking for multiple cars, larger vehicles or a boat. A carport which is useful for covered storage or vehicles has been adapted to make a fun party room with a built-in bar.
A pathway leads around the side of the property giving access into the rear porch and an outbuilding/workshop. It continues into the rear garden which has a lawned area surrounded by mature shrubs, trees and flower beds. A decking area running the length of the property gives plenty of space to relax and unwind as well as al fresco wining and dining.
EPC RATING - D
TENURE - FREEHOLD
COUNCIL TAX BAND - E
Cornwall Council, 39 Penwinnick Road, St Austell, Cornwall, PL25 5DR
None of the services, systems or appliances at the property have been tested by the Agents.
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