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A mid 19th Century, extended and extremely well maintained, three bedroom semi detached character cottage in a rural position. Set in a private location amongst similar type of period property, this home benefits from accommodation to comprise of porch, entrance hallway with flagged slate flooring to a lounge, separate snug or dining room with a feature fireplace, kitchen breakfast room, a master bedroom with en-suite and two further double bedrooms, one with French doors onto a balcony leading to the gardens, all with countryside views and a family bathroom. Complemented with oil fired central heating, double glazed windows, private water and drainage, enabling the owner to have low utility bills, generous gardens to the front, side and an additional garden opposite the property, adjoining the double covered car port. A viewing is highly recommended.
The property is nestled into the valley in Lower Wringworthey, which is a semi rural hamlet in Morval, approximately three miles from the historic seaside and fishing port of Looe and five miles distance from the old market town of Liskeard. Within Liskeard itself , there is a range of retail, banking and leisure facilities with Morrison's supermarket and petrol filling station. The property is only a short drive away from the main A38 commuter road which links Plymouth City Centre to the rest of Cornwall. Looe is enjoyed for its range of pleasant and scenic walks, with a varied range of public houses, restaurants and in certain times of the year performers are attracted to the Looe Music Festival.
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Door into porch with inner door into hallway.
Flagged slate flooring which continues into the snug / dining room. Access to the sitting room and stairs to first floor accommodation.
Double glazed uPVC window facing the front overlooking the garden. Radiator and feature fireplace with an inset wood burner, flagged flooring and beam ceiling. Access to the kitchen breakfast room.
Double glazed uPVC window facing the front overlooking fields. Radiator, carpeted flooring, beam ceiling. Feature fire place with stone surround and wood mantle over with an inset gas fire.
Double glazed uPVC window facing the front and side. Radiator. Roll top work surfaces with a range of wall and base units, one and a half bowl, stainless steal sink with drainer, integrated oven, integrated, gas hob, overhead extractor, space for washing machine and fridge/freezer. There is a hidden water filtration system just by the side window.
Access to bedrooms and bathroom.
Double glazed uPVC window facing the front overlooking fields. Radiator, carpeted flooring. Access to a built in storage cupboard and en-suite.
Low level WC, single enclosure shower with an electric wall mounted shower, pedestal sink, extractor fan.
UPVC double glazed French doors opening onto a raised decked balcony which leads onto the garden. Double glazed uPVC window facing the front overlooking fields. Radiator, carpeted flooring.
Double glazed uPVC window facing the front overlooking fields. Radiator, carpeted flooring. Access to the cylinder cupboard.
Double glazed uPVC window with obscure glass facing the side. Radiator, tiled flooring, part tiled walls. Low level WC, panelled bath with mixer tap, pedestal sink with mixer tap, extractor fan.
The property is accessed through a small picket type gate, with a cobbled pathway to the main entrance. The front garden is mainly laid to lawn, tiered over many levels with a stone boundary wall. Steps lead up to a further generous garden area which continues to be laid to lawn with a varied range of mature, trees, plants and bushes, bordered with flower beds. Decked steps and balcony can lead up to a bedroom, but perfect for enjoying the morning sun. The current owners have positioned a raised decking area in a perfect vantage point where the countryside views and exploring wildlife can be fully appreciated. There is an additional garden opposite the property, having some fruit trees with space for an outside timber shed and greenhouse if required. This would make an ideal allotment area for the keen gardener. Furthermore, there is a detached double covered car port accessed by a gravelled driveway, shared with the neighbour.
The property has a septic tank, shared with the neighbour, water is provided by a bore hole which services five different residents and has its own water filtration system. The car port is a shared entrance.
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