Guide price £299,950
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This lovely bungalow has been very well maintained by the owners and offers generous room sizes on a large plot. The plot is the last but one on the court and so has very little passing traffic and benefits from views of the fields from parts of the garden and house.
Entering the property the inner hall leads to a sitting room located at the front of the house. This well-proportioned room has dual aspect windows, one of which is a large bay window with display sill, and oak effect engineered floor.
Adjacent to the sitting room is a double bedroom and the family bathroom.
To the opposite side of the hall is a double bedroom which could also be used as a study. This has built-in wardrobes and a jack-and-Jill en-suite with the master bedroom. There is a further double bedroom also with wardrobes and a window overlooking the rear garden. The master bedroom too has built in wardrobes as well as French doors out to the garden. The aforementioned en-suite has recently be renovated with a walk-in shower and full-height tiling.
The kitchen/dining room is at the heart of the home and is the largest room in the house. A range of bass and wall cabinets house integrated appliances including a double oven, micorwave, dishwasher, electric hob with an integrated extractor over. A peninsula of cabinets separates the kitchen from the dining area. There are large French doors which open out to a patio and rear garden.
Adjoining the kitchen is a useful utility room with space for a washing machine and tumble dryer. There is also a door which leads out to the side of the house towards the garage.
GROUND AND GARDEN
The property benefits from a large detached double garage which has a remote operated up-and-over door, power, lighting and water and a double driveway in front.
The gardens are predominantly level with a gently sloping front lawned area and an interlocking brick foot path to the front door.
To the rear, a south-facing brick patio runs the breadth of the house and is bounded by a low wall with a lawn behind. The boundary of the property is planted with mature, decorative hedging for privacy.
The property is located on a court at the end of an attractive residential area. The neighbouring fields offer a rural feel, and there are attractive common park areas including a pond.
The rural village of Roche caters well for day to day needs with a thriving village centre. Shops include a Co-Op supermarket, a newsagent/convenience store, Post Office, butchers, Fish & Chip restaurant and take away, Chinese takeaway, beauty salon, 2 pubs and a health centre. The village also has a Primary School.
The mid-county location of Roche is convenient for the North and South coasts as well as access to the main towns. The A30 trunk road is just a mile or so away. The market town of St Austell is approximately six miles distance offering a wider range of retail outlets, secondary schooling, leisure facilities and the mainline railway link from Penzance to Paddington. St Columb Major, Newquay, Wadebridge & the larger cathedral city of Truro are all within easy reach.
The world famous Eden Project is within 10 minutes drive and both the North & South Cornish coast are within 20 minutes drive.
SERVICES AND COUNCIL TAX
Gas central heating using bottled LPG, complimented by upvc double glazing. mains water and drainage. Council tax band E.