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This is a truly unique property with outstanding versatile gardens and grounds, covering almost an acre. These gardens are unusual and very diverse with some rare specimen and flowering plants, trees, shrubs, a small meadow and several outbuildings with electricity. This three bedroom detached single storey property benefits from three reception rooms, two bathrooms, three good sized bedrooms, a large conservatory, central heating and double glazing. To the front of the property is parking for up to four cars.
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This is indeed a rare opportunity to purchase a property with no near neighbours, total privacy and in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which is near to the sea, is close to Penzance yet nestled within walking distance to the very well resourced town of St. Just.
(24'5" x 6'7") plus (13'7 x 7.) uPVC construction with double glazed windows to all sides with a uPVC double glazed pitched roof. Base units with polished stones effect worktop over and stainless steel sink inset. Ceramic tiled flooring, rear double glazed door leading to the garden and internal bi-folding door leading to the living room. Radiator.
Character granite fireplace with broad granite piers and granite lintel over with raised slated hearth and timber surrounds, housing a cast iron ornate multi fuel burner, with alcoves either side. Front aspect double glazed window overlooking the garden, exposed timber floorboards. Radiator.
Exposed timber flooring, full height shelving, ceiling light and radiator.
Rustic terracotta style tiled flooring, a range of hand crafted exposed timber base units with polished black granite work surfaces over, incorporating underslung Belfast sink with vintage style hot and cold mixer tap over. Range of further wall and base units with roll top work surfaces over incorporating space for a freestanding cooker, freestanding Rayburn (not in use) with exposed timber ornate shelving over, exposed timber cupboard with shelving and oil fired boiler below. Rear aspect double glazed window, half glazed stable door leading to the rear garden.
A part vaulted room with exposed timber beams and cross members, exposed timber flooring. Dual aspect double glazed windows to the front and side. Timber double glazed stable door leading to the porch.
Three piece contemporary styled bathroom fittings are new and comprise of a white suite to include an elegant roll top bath with claw feet and mixer taps, wall mounted vanity sink unit and low level wc. Rear aspect double glazed obscure glass window, fully tiled flooring with part tiled walls, heated towel rail.
Attractive full length built in wardrobes, with hanging rails and shelving. Front aspect double glazed windows.
Exposed timber beams and flooring, velux window with an additional side aspect double glazed window. Full width built in wardrobes with hanging rail and shelving. High level internal stained glass feature window looking into the hall. Restricted head height in parts of this room. Radiator.
Part vaulted exposed timber beams with large velux window, with an additional side aspect double glazed window, built in wardobes with hanging rail and shelving. Radiator.
Modern tiled floor and walls, full width walk in shower cubicle with electric shower, wall mounted wash hand basin, low level wc. Exposed timber beams, shaver point and extractor fan.
The character bungalow is surrounded by lovely unusual and matured gardens and the grounds covering almost an acre have been split into twelve garden rooms/areas which all house a variety of wild life and beautiful birds that have been encouraged into them for nearly ten years. Each area has its own micro climate as the valley in which the property sits also has its own micro climate and when the weather is inclement outside the valley, it is very calm and sheltered within it. The grounds are all protected and shielded by conifers giving privacy and shelter. There are hoses and water taps conveniently placed around the grounds. All the gardens house spring and summer bulbs. The three lawns and attractive gravel areas are easily maintained . All of the gardens are fenced and contain climbing plants and an abundance of various roses.
The gardens are on two main levels and the property adjacent to the lane houses wild hedges and some shrubs. The property sits in a beautifully quiet and picturesque location that is a preserved Green Belt area due to its heritage, wildlife and fauna history. Whilst this is so, the property is also only a short walk away from the village of St. Just with its good parking facilities, variety of shops, cafes, public houses, galleries and in the vendors opinion an excellent GP Practice. All the gardens contain climbing plants and an abundance of roses.
On the top level of the garden are three garden rooms. One houses soft fruit, vines and fruit trees including apples, nectarines and an olive tree. This area has steps down into a another lower area. The other top area is a suntrap where the current owner enjoys barbecues and the peaceful atmosphere and this area has steps down to the back door and the courtyard. The third top area is reached through an archway and predominately a winter and shade garden with lovely shrubs, trees and plants. In the middle sits an old cherry tree. This garden also houses a summerhouse, a compost heap and a storage area. This garden leads down some steps to the secret garden below. Again there are pastoral views to the right to St. Just church and beyond.
The driveway houses four cars and there are two entrances to the property - one with double gates to the long garden and then to the meadow and one gate leading to steps and pathway to the house. The driveway itself houses shrubs and climbing plants and a separate area for the wheelie bin and brown garden waste bin tucked underneath another cherry tree and a host of azalea and camellia trees that form a natural and abundant hedge of colourful shrubs and evergreens.
To the right of the house is an area ideal for a greenhouse and vegetable beds and the dining room window over looks this garden. One then wanders past the front door and through an arch to a delightful sitting area next to the house which is next to the conservatory door for easy access to the kitchen. The borders are full of climbing plants, trees, shrubs and flowers and this area has steps leading to the outbuildings and the lower gardens.
From this area and alongside the conservatory is a pathway for tubs and a wall where above one can view the winter garden and this is ideally sheltered for tree ferns and the like.
The property has a potting shed and a large workshop. It also has a storage outbuilding for tools and logs. In the long garden there is a substantial wooden stable, which benefits from its own electricity supply making it ideal for potters or painters and gives extra space for other creative pursuits. There are several storage and tidy away areas on the property.
There is a greenhouse at the entrance to the secret garden and at the end of the path there is a seating area and a natural waterfall that feeds into a stream leading to the wildlife area.
Along the pathway from this one enters the long garden which has a border of shrubs, roses, plants, climbers and several dry bedding and vegetable beds leading through to an archway and a rockery.
There are two gateways and arches from this area that lead into the wildlife meadow with its own stream and this also houses trees, shrubs, bulbs, a small pond, natural banks and borders and a wet border with grasses and marginal planting and a smaller stream with its own water-fall that crosses the lawn. This small meadow teems with wildlife and birdsong. The meadow also houses the compost bins. This area is ripe for keeping chickens, bees and the like and is ideal for those who are wishing to enjoy the good life.
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