A charming family home with plenty of character preserved from it's origins as a Sunday School. Completely modernised and extended this comfortable and attractive property is at the heart of a well located village.
IN THE OWNER'S WORDS
"We first fell in love with the traditional look of the house and the history behind the name. On entering, the original granite features combine brilliantly with the bright and airy contemporary feel. We love our new windows and doors particularly and will miss the deep traditional window sills (all seven of them).
This is a real family home and space; the layout is great for extended family or guests staying over, not to mention parties and Christmas - our largest tree was over 9 feet tall!
We have been very lucky to hear our children playing in the school playground, and all this so near to the gorgeous Cornish coast. I can be shopping in Truro or lying on the beach in less than 20 minutes."
A five bar gate on granite pillars opens to a large driveway with ample parking. A single garage is larger than average and offers the opportunity to further extend the property (subject to obtaining the necessary planning permissions). The garden for the house, which is small and easily maintained, is to the front of the house.
An inner hall gives access to the kitchen/breakfast room which has been remodelled by the current owners. Solid oak countertops sit above cream cabinetry. A double oven range with separate grill and plate warmer and ceramic hob has pride of place. An adjoining dining room offers additional dining space. A separate utility room off the kitchen with space for a washing machine, tumble dryer and storage also houses the Worcester boiler (new in 2015).
The guest bedroom is accessed from the dining room. This addition to the rear of the house has a vaulted ceiling and a door leading to the side of the house. This might also be an ideal room for a study.
To the front of the house is the galleried siting room. Triple aspect windows with deep sills bathe this room in light and an attractive wood burner on a slate hearth can bathe it in heat! A timber flight of stairs leads up to a balcony which overlooks the sitting room. From here there is access to a pair of double bedrooms both of which have Velux skylights.
Back downstairs, to the opposite side of the house is the family bathroom and large master bedroom with en-suite shower room.
This is a superb home with character and style. It's location is ideal, and a viewing is highly recommended.
To the opposite side of the inner hall.
The property is situated in a quiet and semi-rural village, offering that rare combination of living in the countryside yet with some neighbours close to hand and with easy access to the A30.
Directly opposite is the well regarded Kehelland Village School, making this property ideally located for the school run!
Camborne (2 miles) offers an excellent range of shops and schooling and a main line railway station. The A30 is within a short drive and connects with many of the principle Cornish towns and the M5 at Exeter.
The north coast is readily accessible with the renowned Gwithian Beach approximately 4 miles away and there is a golf course at Tehidy (4 miles).
The property is connected to mains water with drainage to a septic tank within the grounds. There is oil fired central heating supplemented (and often negated) by the Rika Domus wood burner in the sitting room.