Situated in an elevated south facing position is this terraced Grade 11 listed, Victorian house enjoying views of the River Tamar and countryside beyond. Situated in the sought after Cornish riverside village of Calstock within the Tamar Valley, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and in easy reach of the village amenities and transport links. This well-proportioned home retains some period features and would benefit from some updating with a generous cellar offering further potential. The accommodation briefly comprises: entrance hall with access down to the cellar, kitchen/dining room, sitting room with wood burner to the ground floor with two double bedrooms and bathroom to the first floor. The property also has a small rear court yard garden and on road parking. Internal viewing is recommended.
Calstock is one of South East Cornwall`s most desirable villages situated on the Cornish side of the River Tamar and is within an area of outstanding natural beauty. The village originally developed as a riverside port, supporting agriculture and local mining activity and is dominated by the elegant railway viaduct built in the early 1800`s. Today Calstock is a thriving and vibrant village with a range of facilities including village shops, post office, pubs and restaurants, a primary school and a branch line railway station with a regular service into Plymouth. Calstock. River pursuits are available on the Tamar with deep water moorings at Calstock Boatyard and the refurbished quay forms the heart of the village.
Panelled and shaped glazed door with fixed pane window over leading into:-
Wall mounted cupboard presently housing the electricity meter and wall mounted fuse box. Staircase with shaped balustrade leading to the first floor landing. Original deep coving, dado rail, telephone point, night store heater and fitted carpet. From here a door leads down into the cellar area. From here doors lead off into:-
Lounge:- - 16'3" (4.95m) Into Bay x 12'9" (3.89m)
Front aspect window forming shaped bay with far reaching countryside views and out towards the river. Fireplace recess accommodating the wood burner with marble mantle over situated on a slate hearth. Built-in cupboard to recess. Central ceiling light point with original deep set coving. picture rail, wall mounted night storage heater and fitted carpet. Panelled and glazed door leading into:-
Kitchen/Dining Room:- - 10'9" (3.28m) x 11'6" (3.51m) Max
Side aspect multi-pane window looking into the courtyard garden and access via a panelled and glazed door. Oak fitted kitchen in a combination of base and wall units with solid oak work surfaces. Inset Belfast sink with mixer tap, inset Zanussi halogen hob with electric oven beneath. Inglenook fireplace with exposed lintel over and which originally housed the period cooking range. Space for fridge/freezer, fitted shelving to recess, wall mounted night store heater, central ceiling light, picture rail, power points and ceramic floor tiling.
Cellar:- - 19'0" (5.79m) x 7'10" (2.39m)
Access is also available from the road externally. A door gives access to a former cloakroom or W.C., with a front aspect window. Fireplace recess, some exposed cobble flooring, firewood recess.
From the hallway proceed to:-
First Floor Landing:-
Velux sky light window, central ceiling light point, shaped balustrade and fitted carpet. From here doors lead off into:-
Bedroom 1:- - 12'10" (3.91m) x 10'7" (3.23m)
Spacious sunny room with front aspect original box sash windows with panoramic river and countryside views. Central ceiling light point, shaped picture rail, wall mounted night store heater, fitted shelving to recess, power points and exposed wood flooring.
Bedroom 2:- - 10'5" (3.18m) x 11'9" (3.58m)
This is further spacious double bedroom with side aspect multi-pane box sash window. Exposed roof timbers, central ceiling light point, fitted shelving to recess, power points and exposed wood flooring.
Front aspect original box sash window with countryside views. Central ceiling light with loft hatch giving access into roof space. Bathroom suite comprising of low level W.C., pedestal wash hand basin and a panelled bath with glazed screen and mixer tap with a Mira Jump electric shower over. Picture rails, Built-in cupboard housing the hot water tank, heated towel rail and wood effect vinyl floor covering.
To the front of the property access is gained via a decorative wrought iron gate with granite steps leading up to the front entrance. The garden is enclosed with a small dwarf walling and raised flower beds. There is space for a small table and chairs if required to enjoy the river and countryside views. Outside lighting and decorative moulded entrance. The courtyard garden is situated to the side of the property. The garden is fully enclosed ideal for displaying pots and offers private seating area.
Mains water, drainage, electricity are connected.
The vendor had advised that the council tax band is B.
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