Guide Price £190,000
Internal viewing is highly recommended of this beautifully presented charming cottage. Located in a tucked away location but within easy walking distance to the town centre and all local amenities. The property retains many original features to include beam ceilings, inglenook fire place and a bespoke hand made Oak kitchen. Comprising of entrance porch with a combined study area, spacious lounge with French doors through to the conservatory. Bespoke Kitchen/diner with granite work surfaces, ground floor modern bathroom with separate shower . To the first floor are two double bedrooms and access to the loft storage area. The enclosed gardens surround three sides of the property and offer peace and tranquillity enjoying the sunshine with wood store, raised vegetable beds and ornamental fish pond. NO ONWARD CHAIN.
Callington is a quaint town with a population of around 4,500 people and is situated in the heart of South East Cornwall, around 10 miles from the City of Plymouth. It has Infant and Junior Schools, along with a Community College with an enviable reputation which specialises in Sports and Music. The town has a Tesco store and a good range of local shops in Fore Street. A former mining area, the housing is a mix of older cottages with newer homes on the outskirts of the town and the main employer in the area is now Ginsters, producer of the famous Cornish Pasty.
uPVC panelled and glazed door leading into:-
Entrance Porch/Study Area:- - 11'2" (3.4m) x 3'8" (1.12m)
Front aspect uPVC double glazed window. Wall mounted natural pine cupboard with fitted shelving. Ceiling light point, power points and exposed slat flag flooring. Door with exposed granite lintel over leading into:-
Open Plan Sitting Room:- - 12'8" (3.86m) x 17'2" (5.23m)
A spacious sunny room with front aspect uPVC double glazed window. Inglenook feature fireplace with exposed stone housing the multi-fuel burner situated on a slate hearth. Wall mounted cupboard presently housing the electricity consumer unit and meters. Exposed beam ceiling with ceiling light points and dimmer switch with additional inset spot lighting. Built-in natural wood cupboard into recess. A further recess which was a fireplace when in situ. An open plan staircase with fitted carpet rising to the first floor landing. Door giving access to under stairs storage area. Radiator and solid oak wood flooring. From here uPVC double glazed French doors leading out into:-
Conservatory:- - 9'1" (2.77m) x 9'0" (2.74m)
uPVC conservatory with dwarf walling and glazed roof. uPVC double glazed windows to the rear and side aspect over looking the garden and enjoying the countryside views with Kit Hill in the distance. Further uPVC double glazed French doors give access out into the rear garden. Power points, dimmer switch and natural wood effect Karndean flooring.
Kitchen/Dining Room:- - 13'6" (4.11m) x 10'9" (3.28m)
Front and side aspect uPVC double glazed windows overlooking the garden and enjoying views towards Kit Hill. Hand crafted kitchen with solid oak doors and granite work surfaces. Belfast sink with mixer tap over, inset Bosch stainless steel gas hob with extractor fan canopy over and Zanussi electric oven beneath. The kitchen has matching doors which conceal the space and plumbing for washing machine/tumble dryer. Fridge and freezer and space for a dishwasher. Wall mounted Worchester central heating boiler which also supplies the hot water. Contrasting tiled splash back, ample power points, dimmer switch and ceiling light points, solid granite breakfast/dining area. Laminated tiled effect flooring. From the Kitchen a door leads into:-
Inner Lobby:- - 3'5" (1.04m) x 5'6" (1.68m)
From here a uPVC panelled and glazed door leads out into the rear garden. A door gives access to a narrow full height built-in cupboard with shelving, power and telephone point. Laminated effect floor tiling. Door leads into:-
Bathroom:- - 9'0" (2.74m) x 7'10" (2.39m)
Rear aspect uPVC double glazed window with opaque glass. Modern suite in white comprising of low level W.C., vanity wash hand basin with oak pedestal, panelled bath with period style mixer tap and shower attachment, glazed door gives access to the shower which has a mains Gainsborough shower over and lighting. Ceiling light point, radiator and chrome heated towel rail. The room has been fully tiled with contrasting tiling and additional slate feature. Ceramic floor tiling.
From the lounge proceed to:-
First Floor Landing:-
Shaped balustrade and loft hatch which gives access into roof space and has TV point, Velux window and fitted carpet also offering ample storage. From here doors lead off into:-
Bedroom 1:- - 8'2" (2.49m) x 8'7" (2.62m)
This double bedroom has rear aspect uPVC double glazed window. Built-in cupboards to recess and further matching built-in wardrobe with hanging rail space. Radiator, power points and fitted carpet.
Bedroom 2:- - 8'3" (2.51m) x 11'8" (3.56m)
A further double bedroom with front aspect uPVC double glazed window enjoying roof top views. Fitted shelving to recess, radiator, power points and fitted carpet. At present there is a work station area.
Access to the property is via a picket gate with pathway leading to the front entrance. There is a small enclosed garden to the front with a further gate giving access to the remainder of the gardens at the side and rear. These well-manicured gardens are enclosed with stone walling and offer a peaceful place to sit enjoying the sun throughout the day with privacy. Mainly laid to lawn and stoned there are raised vegetable plots, garden shed with wood store with decked patio seating area. There is an ornamental fish pond and further rockery gardens. Situated at the side garden is a door giving access to the cellar area which runs underneath the property with crawling space and outside tap.
All main services are connected.
The vendor has advised that the council tax band is A.
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