Asking price £135,000
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Well presented three bedroom maisonette occupying a central and prominent position in the historic market town of St Columb Major, being sold with no onward chain.
A viewing is strongly recommended of this well presented three bedroom maisonette, situated in the heart of the historic market town of St Columb Major. The property is being sold with no onward chain and would suit those looking for a first purchase, or a buy to let investment. Presented over two floors, the accommodation provides spacious rooms, with high ceilings and windows affording a wealth of natural light. From the front elevation, original wooden doors open into the communal hallway with beautiful mosaic tile flooring. Stairs rise to the first floor and the door opens into the property. From the hallway doors open into the kitchen and bedroom, with the stair case rising to the second floor of the property. Modern white kitchen with a rear aspect window over looking the church yard and fitted with a range of wall and base cabinets, under counter space and plumbing for a washing machine and a wall mounted gas fired combi boiler. From the kitchen a door opens into the living room, which comprising windows to the front elevation affords a great degree of natural light. A double bedroom with windows to the front elevation, again providing a good degree of natural light. Following the stairs to the second floor, there is a modern shower room fitted with a white suite incorporating a shower cubicle with large rainforest head, pedestal wash hand basin and a close coupled WC. Continuing to the second floor there are two double bedrooms, each enjoying views over the church and to the countryside beyond.
Mains water, electricity, drainage and gas. Council Tax Band A. Tenure - Leasehold. Lease is 125 years from June 2003 (109 years remaining). Ground rent £140.00 pa until 2052 thereafter £280 pa for next 25 years and £560 for remaining term.
The small town of St Columb Major is situated within 6 miles of the spectacular north Cornish coast, well placed for ready access to the Cathedral City of Truro to the south and the Camel Estuary to the north. Newquay airport being 4 miles away whilst Bodmin Parkway which is on the main Paddington railway line is 18 miles away. St. Columb was originally a linear settlement built on the main road running north-east to south-west with its relatively narrow streets and slate hung houses. However, modern estates have since been built, extending the town to the south and east. The town has a variety of shops, adequate for daily shopping needs, public houses and a bank. The town is now bypassed keeping through traffic away from its quaint streets. St. Columb church has much history and is dedicated to St Columba, a local saint. The tower is a fine example of a fifteenth-century building, consisting of four stages with battlements and pinnacles.
Upon entering St Columb proceed through the village. When you reach the Ring O Bells public house, the property can be found on the opposite side of the road.