£795 per month
- Semi Detached
- On Road Parking
- View EPC Rating
Well-presented two bedroom cottage situated in the convenient village of Trispen
This cottage will require someone to uderstand what is required to live in a cob wall cottage in the winter and ideally will have lived in cobbed wall cottage before
Tamar Cottage is a well-presented semi-detached cottage, situated in the convenient village of Trispen which affords good commuting to Truro and to the A30.
Entering the property the hallway provides access to the living room which features a front aspect window and a feature fireplace. The dining room is a good size and affords generous natural light, as well as featuring a period range and window to the front aspect. The dining room in turn gives access to the kitchen, which is fitted with a modern kitchen suite, wall mounted boiler and a door opening to the rear garden.
From the entrance hall stairs rise to serve the first floor. The master bedroom is a large double with a front aspect window affording generous natural light. The 2nd bedroom is a good sized single with a front aspect window. The bathroom comprises a modern suite featuring a bath with shower above, WC and wash hand basin.
Externally, the gardens are low maintenance with a patio leading to a raised lawn area which also affords a timber decking. There is a garden shed to the raised area providing storage. The property also benefits from side access from the garden leading to the front of the cottage.
The property occupies a most convenient location, just a few miles from the A30 and within 5 miles of the city of Truro. Trispen is an idyllic, small and rural village community, with a good primary school, local shop and post office, vibrant village pub, community hall and bus links with Truro. With close links to the countryside and city living, its location is ideal for those looking for the best of both worlds. Nearby Truro contains an excellent range of both national retailers and smaller specialist shops together with a theatre, cinema and numerous restaurants. There is a choice of private and public sector schooling, with higher and further education at Truro and Penwith College. A golf course can be found at Treliske. The city's bus station provides convenient access to many of the main Cornish towns and villages while the main line railway station connects London Paddington and there are regular flights from Newquay Airport to Heathrow.
Follow Tregolls Road on the A390 out of Truro. At the junction for Waitrose, turn left onto Newquay Road and follow signs for Newquay/A30 for approximately 3 miles. Take the second turning signposted Trispen which is immediately after the Rowes Honda garage. Follow the road round to the right and proceed into the village. The property can be found after a short distance on your right-hand side.
Mains water, electricity and drainage. Lpg central heating.
Council Tax Band C.