• Lower North Country, Redruth £500,000

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    • Detached residence built in 2004, with around 2.30 acres of level and accessible grounds
    • Dilapidated stone outbuilding and an extensive private driveway
    • Chain-free sale proposition for ready, willing and able buyers
    • Mains electricity, drainage and water supply. Under-floor heating, ground source heat pump and a dual fuel boiler
    • Council Tax Band D
    • Stamp Duty to pay based on the asking price - Single property £15,000. Additional property £30,000

    Set well away from the road on a private no-through lane, our Vendor's home rests in a sylvan semi-rural setting within 2.30 acres that incorporate an extensive driveway for parking, a stone-outbuilding, formal gardens that enjoys a sunny Southerly aspect, small copse and four sheltered enclosures that are predominantly level, interlinked and offer a multitude of uses for the discerning buyer.
    One the first things to attract your attention is the attractive granite elevations and oak wood style casements that offer a charm and form an integral part of the home. Inside, a positive tone is immediately set by a reception hall that sits centrally with an attractive turning staircase. The multi-fuel stove takes pride of place as the focal point in the primary living area and this space opens into a conservatory that is surrounded by the formal garden. Practicalities are assured with a laundry room off the kitchen, a guest WC off the hall, and a study adds a third day room.
    Upstairs shouldn't disappoint with a gabled window in the vaulted gallery landing, four comfortable bedrooms (the principal en-suite) and a family bathroom.
    White Rose House is a detached residence, built of timber-frame construction in 2004, within one mile to Illogan. This community-based village is well-served with an infant and junior school, two grocery stores, a post office, two GP surgeries, a pharmacy, public house, a hair and beauty salon, places of worship and regular public transport links into Camborne and Redruth. Both towns offer a wider choice of branded and independent amenities as well as mainline stations on the Penzance to London Paddington line. Within close proximity is Illogan Woods where you can walk through and eventually down into the coastal village of Portreath. Heading out onto Alexandra Road toward Cot Road, you will find an entrance into Tehidy Country Park with its 250 acres of protected woodland. Adjoining the park is Tehidy Park Golf Course to the East and Tehidy Park to the South, West and North. The whole region is an area of outstanding natural beauty.


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    Entrance Porch

    8' 8'' x 4' 3'' (2.64m x 1.29m)

    Vaulted glass roof, side casements and tiled floor.

    Reception Hall

    11' 4'' x 11' 0'' (3.45m x 3.35m)

    A pleasant greeting space that neatly apportions the accommodation and with a turning staircase up to the gallery landing.

    Living Room

    19' 4'' x 13' 3'' (5.89m x 4.04m)

    A large primary all-day space with triple aspects for an abundance of natural light, and a recessed wood-burner with back-boiler.

    Conservatory

    19' 7'' x 12' 2'' (5.96m x 3.71m)

    PVC framed wit double-glazed casements and doors that open out to the sheltered rear garden.

    Study

    9' 9'' x 6' 5'' (2.97m x 1.95m)

    A cosier space that looks out over the graveled frontage.

    Kitchen/Diner

    20' 1'' x 7' 9'' (6.12m x 2.36m)

    Wood-fronted wall and base cupboards and drawers with glossy counter-tops with spaces for a cooker, dishwasher and a fridge/freezer. Additional light-coloured storage units and space for a table and chairs for everyday dining.

    Laundry Room

    5' 2'' x 5' 2'' (1.57m x 1.57m)

    Spaces for a washing machine and underfloor heating system.

    WC

    5' 11'' x 3' 3'' (1.80m x 0.99m)

    WC with a low level cistern, wall-hung hand-wash basin, extractor and tiled walls.

    Gallery Landing

    A naturally light space with a vaulted central landing, and an airing cupboard that houses the 'Megaflow' hot water tank.

    Principal Bedroom

    13' 0'' x 11' 5'' (3.96m x 3.48m)

    A double-sized room with dual outlooks and a built-in cupboard.

    En-suite Shower

    7' 9'' x 4' 5'' (2.36m x 1.35m)

    A three-piece suite surrounded by wall and floor tiles. Enclosed shower cubicle, pedestal hand-wash basin and a WC with a low level cistern.

    Bedroom 2

    10' 7'' x 8' 5'' (3.22m x 2.56m)

    A double-sized room a recessed storage area.

    Bedroom 3

    9' 3'' x 7' 8'' (2.82m x 2.34m)

    A larger than average single-sized room.

    Bedroom 4

    9' 7'' x 7' 6'' (2.92m x 2.28m)

    A larger than average single-sized room.

    Bathroom

    8' 0'' x 7' 4'' (2.44m x 2.23m)

    A three-piece suite surrounded by wall and floor tiles. Panel enclosed bath with a separate wall-fitted shower and splash guard, pedestal hand-wash basin and a WC with a low level cistern.

    Outside

    Nestled in around 2.30 acres/0.93 hectare that includes a formal rear garden and four interlinking fields; all with a good degree of shelter, easy vehicle access, a small copse to Western boundary line and a stream that flows outside of the Eastern boundary line. A wide timber swing gate opens onto a long graveled frontage allowing plenty of parking, with a dilapidated stone-built outbuilding to one side. At the rear of property lies a formal garden enjoys a sheltered Southerly aspect. All enclosures are predominantly level and could be utilised to keep horses or for hobby farming.


    Lower North Country
    Redruth TR16 4HJ
    County: Cornwall
    Sale Type: For Sale
    Ref #: 00000222
    Sarah Dome
    HUNTERS TOWN COASTAL RURAL
    P: 01209 311 260

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    Lower North Country
    Redruth TR16 4HJ
    County: Cornwall
    Sale Type: For Sale
    Ref #: 00000222
    Sarah Dome
    HUNTERS TOWN COASTAL RURAL
    P: 01209 311 260

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