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The entrance porch has large grey timber effect contemporary tiles which is ideal as a hard wearing floor coming in for rainy days. Off the hallway is a convenient shoe cupboard with coat racks on the engineered timber door. Also off the hallway is the downstairs WC.
The open plan kitchen/dining/living space is bright and airy and has engineered oak flooring flowing through all three spaces which connects this open plan space very well.
The kitchen is a modern contemporary shaker style units in a very popular deep blue colour with brushed stainless steel handles. Each of the drawers and cupboards are fitted with soft closing mechanisms. These units are crowned by a solid timber worktops and smooth white splashback tiles. Included in the kitchen is a quality AEG oven with the same brand electric hob, integrated fridge freezer, dishwashing machine and washing machine. The lounge dining area is furnished with an amazing 95 8k TV, contemporary dining table with 6 chairs, an Italian leather sofa, imported Japanese leather massage chair amongst other quality items. (for more details on this please contact our office).
A spectacular addition to the original house is the ground floor bedroom which is ideal for separate living for guests at equally as useful for family members or guests with mobility issues. This double bedroom is bright spacious with french doors leading out onto the patio area. A particularly wonderful feature of this room is the freestanding bath with feature tiles on the floor and wall with a special note to a large glass window in the ceiling allowing lazy evenings in a hot bath looking at the stars. This special room with its unique features is now likely to be considered the master.
Stairs rising to the first floor are fitted with quality striped carpet. The first floor has two bright and spacious double bedrooms with distant see views from both rooms. Both bedrooms on this floor have engineered oak flooring and timber doors while the larger of the two bedrooms has a dual aspect with lovely distant sea views, with sky TV points and various plug sockets in both rooms.
There is a spacious landing with a cosy area for a desk and small office space and useful storage cupboard above the stairs. The family shower room is fitted with high-quality fixtures and fittings with large contemporary grey tiles. The shower cubicle is spacious with various useful shells for toiletries and a lovely rain full shower. The vanity unit has two soft closing drawers below the basin and sensor lights around the mirror.
Externally to the property there is driveway parking for approximately three cars and a new paved driveway with immediate access to the front door of the house. There is a very useful storage shed to the side of the property which is ideal for the usual Cornish outdoor toys such as kayaks, surfboards and bikes etc. Off the sitting room and accessed also from the rear of the drive is a raised timber decking area which is well covered in opaque corrugated hard plastic which is perfect for outdoor dining or still allowing the light to flow through and a useful to shield you from any unexpected rain fall.
In all this extremely well presented property at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac with all important parking in St Ives and is a short walk to the town centre.
Note: Our clients are looking to sell the property fully furnished as is presented for this price. There is currently an H2 restriction on the property. For more details on furnishings or H2 restriction please contact our office.
Mains - water, drainage, electricity
Heating Air source heat pump
Council Tax Band TBC
The property occupies a quiet location within walking distance to St Ives town/harbour, Porthmeor Beach and the Tate Gallery.
The property is pleasantly situated just outside the bustling cobbled streets of St. Ives. In the immediate vicinity is the leisure centre, convenience shop and St. Ives Rugby club whilst being moments from a regular bus route into the town which provides easy access to everything St. Ives town has to offer. St Ives is a much-loved town famed for its art culture and history and narrow streets radiating out from the harbour are lined with old stone cottages and an excellent selection of shops and restaurants. Walks abound in the area, across the Penwith Moors and along the coastal footpath where the scenery is among the best in the country. There are glorious sandy beaches to either side of the town and golf at the West Cornwall. St. Ives also has a primary and secondary school.
The sat nav will take you to Treverbyn Road where at the top of the road a short Cul-de-sac runs behind the Spar shop. The property is the last house at the end of the Cul-de-sac.