• Fore Street Praze, Camborne £205,000

    Sold STC
    • Fore Street Praze
    • Fore Street Praze
    • Fore Street Praze
    • Fore Street Praze
    • Fore Street Praze
    • Fore Street Praze
    • Fore Street Praze
    • Fore Street Praze
    • Fore Street Praze
    • Fore Street Praze
    • Fore Street Praze
    • Period cottage, with a sympathetic blend of character charm and contemporary detail
    • Extensive garden facing due West with seating areas and fruit and vegetable garden
    • Kerb-side parking on a 'first come first served' basis
    • Mains gas, electricity, drainage and metered water supply
    • Council Tax Band C
    • Stamp Duty to pay based on the asking price - First time buyer £0. Single property £1,600. Additional property £7,750

    Sitting pretty, our Vendor's stand-out double-fronted cottage depicts all the hallmarks hoped for in a period dwelling. Stone elevations, sash windows and a stained-glass window set the tone with a rustic charm that works in harmony with a layout conducive to today's practical expectations.
    Entering the home, you will be immediately struck by the full-width living room with a cosy seating area and wood-burner on one side and what our Vendor uses as a music area on the other. A practical study hall binds the accommodation and the kitchen/diner with its vaulted ceiling is a fabulous space to entertain. Upstairs, a modern three-piece shower room serves three good-sized bedrooms.
    We believe that one of the features of this lovely home has to be the garden. Extending well in excess of 100', with a patio terrace off the dining area of the kitchen, second circular patio surrounded by lawn and looking toward a pond and a vegetable garden with timber shed and greenhouse. Additionally, an outbuilding is divided into a work shop and utility area with spaces for washing machine, storage and sink and a wall-mounted gas boiler.
    Praze-an-Beeble is the largest village in the parish of Crowan, with a community that is served by a Primary school, GP surgery, village hall, grocery store and public house. The historic former mining town of Camborne is around three miles away and offers a choice of branded and independent shops as well as a mainline station on the Penzance to London Paddington for those travelling out of the Duchy. Seven miles away on the northern Lizard Peninsula is Helston, a historic former Stannary, first chartered by King John in 1201 and famous for the Flora dance. Today this busy market town and education centre serves a growing year-round population and seasonal visitors.


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    Living Room

    25' 8'' x 11' 7'' (7.82m x 3.53m)

    A large primary day space, where the focal point is a wood-burner that sits on a slate base and is surrounded by exposed granite. Ceiling beams, an enclosed cupboard and two openings into the study hall.

    Study hall

    12' 1'' x 7' 0'' (3.68m x 2.13m)

    Wood-block flooring, under-stairs storage, enclosed cupboard, timber ceiling beams, internal window looking into the kitchen area and a turning stair-case with part-stained glass window up to the first floor.

    Kitchen/Diner

    19' 5'' x 11' 7'' (5.91m x 3.53m)

    A fabulous family space with a vaulted ceiling, Velux window and timber A-frames, pinewood floor, side door and double-doors out onto a patio. Timber units with a combination of tiled and oak effect count-tops, recessed sink, a gas hob, eye-level electric oven and spaces for a fridge and dishwasher.

    First Floor Landing

    Airing cupboard that houses the hot water tank and an ceiling hatch for access into the attic.

    Bedroom 1

    11' 4'' x 10' 7'' (3.45m x 3.22m)

    A double-sized room facing front.

    Bedroom 2

    14' 6''(max) x 9' 2'' (4.42m x 2.79m)

    A double-sized room with a curved chimney-breast.

    Bedroom 3

    11' 1'' x 6' 0'' (3.38m x 1.83m)

    A large single-sized room facing toward the garden.

    Shower Room

    8' 1'' x 5' 6'' (2.46m x 1.68m)

    A contemporary three-piece white suite, surrounded by tiled splash-backs, tiled floor and a chrome heated ladder towel rail. Walk-in shower with fixed glass splash-guards and a wall-mounted shower, pedestal hand-wash basin and a WC with a low level cistern.

    Outside

    A large outside space that easily extends beyond 100' and with a Westerly aspect. Patio off the dining area of the kitchen, level lawn with hedge and stone wall boundaries, a second circular patio and pond, timber shed, greenhouse and a market garden.


    Fore Street Praze
    Camborne TR14 0JX
    County: Cornwall
    Sale Type: Sold STC
    Ref #: 00000330
    Sarah Dome
    HUNTERS TOWN COASTAL RURAL
    P: 01209 311 260

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