Marketed for sale as part a deceased estate, our client's home sits within a large level plot that cannot be appreciated by a simple view from the kerbside. When you do venture through the grounds, those with 'green fingers' will delight in seeing the rich variety of flowering plants, shrubs and bushes that encircle a neat level lawn and patio terrace. As an addition, to one side is an area that could be turned into a market garden with usable workshops, a block-store, timber shed and a greenhouse. Parking is easily catered for with side by side parking, a 17' long detached garage and swing gates that open onto a part covered area for tandem parking.
Inside, a feature that catches the eye is in the living room where a full-height casement stretches the gaze out over a colourful garden with a sunny Southerly aspect. The clean and tidy but dated decor, flooring and fitments will need attention to refresh and uplift this lovely home and there is potential to increase the accommodation (subject to planning consent).
Albany Lane serves the primary access for two dwellings and is tucked away in between Albany Road and Victoria Park, a six-acre recreational area and an intrinsic part of the community. The 'hidden away' position is ideal for those who cherish their privacy while still being able to enjoy the local amenities on-hand. Within half a mile is Redruth town centre with its choice of independent and branded shops, a cinema and railway station on Penzance to London Paddington line.