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Sell From Only £1200 Inc VAT

Price £230,000 Sold

Although a reluctant sale due to a growing family this semi-detached period home retains many original features and has been updated by its present owners with the intention of making it their forever home. The reception rooms offer ample space and are bright and airy. The kitchen is spacious with integrated appliances and room for a range cooker. A door leads off to a further side porch/utility. As the living accommodation was important to them they have maximised this giving two spacious bedrooms and family bathroom to the first floor. The property benefits from gas central heating and double glazing with an option for a loft extension which has been investigated. Outside is a drive way with open garage allowing for further ample parking. The rear garden is a safe haven for children and pets with a raised decked seating area for entertaining or that position for a hot tub. The remainder of the garden is laid to lawn. Access from here is available into the workshop/ store ideal should you want to work from home or hideaway hobby space. Internal viewing is highly recommended to appreciate what this home has to offer.

Kelly Bray is a village in east Cornwall situated one mile (1.6km) north of the town of Callington. The village has a post office/general store and pub, and is close to the very popular Engine House restaurant on Florence Road. Callington itself has two supermarkets, a range of high street shops and services, plus a school and college, health centre, bowling green and cricket ground. The village is on a main bus route that links Launceston in the north with Saltash to the south and the city of Plymouth beyond. There are train stations at Gunnislake (5 miles) and Calstock (7 miles) with links to London Paddington via Plymouth. The village is located on the edge of the Tamar Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and partly within the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site. The National Trust estate of Cotehele and local beauty spot of Kit Hill are both easily accessible from the property, as is St Mellion International Resort, a prestigious golf, leisure and hotel complex with its pro-standard Kernow and Jack Nicklaus Signature Courses.

Panelled and glazed door with fixed pane window over leading into:-

Entrance Vestibule:-
Wall mounted electricity meters and consumer unit and original period tiled floor. Original panelled and glazed door leading into:-

Turned staircase rising to the half and first floor landing. Ceiling light point, radiator and fitted carpet. Panelled and multi glazed door leading into:-

Lounge:- - 11'11" (3.63m) Max x 24'1" (7.34m) Max
This was formerly two rooms and now offers a spacious bright and airy reception room with French doors giving access out to the rear garden. uPVC double glazed windows forming shaped bay. There is an open exposed stone recess to the fireplace accommodating a multi-fuel burner on a slate hearth is the main focal point. To the recess is fitted shelving with cupboard space beneath. Connection for sky cable TV, double panelled radiator, picture rails, twin decorative ceiling roses, ample power points and fitted carpet.

Dining Room:- - 9'9" (2.97m) x 11'1" (3.38m)
Side aspect uPVC double glazed window with window seat and views into the side garden. Built-in cupboard to recess with panelled and glazed door having the benefit of fitted shelving. A further door gives access to built-in under stairs cupboard offering ample storage. Ceiling light point, radiator and original slate flagstone flooring. Door way through to:-

Kitchen:- - 11'6" (3.51m) Max x 13'9" (4.19m) Max
Generous size kitchen with uPVC double glazed window to the rear elevation enjoying the garden views with a further side aspect stable door with inset window and fixed pane window to the side. Modern fitted kitchen in a comprehensive range of base and wall units with glazed display cabinets, contrasting wood effect rolled edge work surfaces and contrasting tiled splash backs. Space for cooking range with integrated extractor fan over, space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine, dishwasher and one and a half bowl single drainer stainless steel sink. Incorporated into the kitchen is drawer space, wine rack and integrated fridge/freezer. Triple ceiling light points, plinth heater and ceramic floor tiling. From here a door leads into:-

Utility Room/Side Porch:-
uPVC double glazed windows to the side and rear elevation enjoying the garden views. Space for additional appliances to include tumble dryer. From here a further panelled and glazed door gives access out into the rear garden.

From the hallway proceed to:-

Half Landing:-
Shaped balustrade. From here a door leads into:-

Bedroom 2:- - 9'11" (3.02m) x 12'2" (3.71m)
Spacious double room with side aspect uPVC double glazed window. Original decorative cast iron fireplace with inset and slate hearth. Ceiling light point, ample power points, radiator, and fitted carpet.

From here proceed to:-

First Floor Landing:-
Central ceiling light point, power points, shaped balustrade and fitted carpet. From here doors lead off into:-

Bedroom 1:- - 12'9" (3.89m) Max x 15'8" (4.78m) Max
A very bright spacious room with potential to be divided if required. Front aspect uPVC double glazed window forming shaped bay with window seat storage below. With a further uPVC double glazed window to the front elevation. Central ceiling light point, panelled radiator, ample power points, aerial connection and fitted carpet. This room offers ample space for all bedroom furniture.

Bathroom:- - 10'1" (3.07m) Max x 10'10" (3.3m) Max
Rear aspect uPVC double glazed window with opaque glass. This spacious room has the benefit of low level W.C., Pedestal wash hand basin, free standing bath, independent corner glazed shower unit with a Mira shower and extractor fan over. The shower area has been fully tiled with contrasting tiling. Central ceiling light point and loft hatch giving access into the roof space. Panelled door to built-in recess cupboard. Period style radiator and dark oak wood flooring. The room has been part cladded with colour coordinated wood cladding.

To the front of the property access is gained via a decorative wrought iron gate with level access to the front door. The garden has been gravelled for ease of maintenance. Situated to the side of the property is the driveway parking which leads to the open garage. There is a paved and concreted seating area which can be used as further off road parking if required. The remainder of the garden is fully enclosed and mainly laid to lawn, with a generous raised decked seating area enclosed with shaped balustrade which would house a hot tub is required. Incorporated into the garden is pergola and position for rotary washing line. A door gives access to a stone shed which would lend itself as a wood store if required. Outside tap. The garden is enclosed with part Cornish stone walling and wooden lap fencing. A door gives access into workshop.

Workshop:- - 12'7" (3.84m) x 11'10" (3.61m)
A stone built Workshop/Store in two sections 12` 7` x 11` 10` (3.86m x 3.64m) and 12` 2` x 7` 6` (3.71m x 2.29m). Electric is connected and there is a fitted workbench.

Garage:- - 17'0" (5.18m) x 8'4" (2.54m)
It has a metal up and over door, pitched tiled roof with space into the roof eves for storage and leads into the rear garden.

Electricity, water and gas are connected. The drainage is septic tank.

Tax Band:-
The vendor has confirmed that the council tax band is B.

Agents Note:-
Please be advised that some improvements have been made since the EPC has been carried out.

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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