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A beautiful, immaculately presented period terraced house, built in 1880, located in this popular creek side village comprises four bedrooms (one with en-suite cloakroom), lounge, separate dining room, extended kitchen with utility, downstairs cloakroom and a family bathroom. The current owners have updated the property with recently fitted double glazed sash windows, an extended kitchen and log burner in the lounge. This lovely home retains many period features including restored fireplaces. To the rear is a substantial terraced garden complete with summerhouse, seating area with pergola and wisteria and many more established plants. The top tier has raised beds, potting shed and greenhouse.
Mylor is an extremely popular and sought after creek side village, ideal for the keen sailor and enthusiastic walker, there are many beautiful country walks surrounding the village. There is very much a community in Mylor with the Primary School, Village stores, Post Office/Newsagents, Public House, Doctors surgery and pharmacy, hairdressers and dentist surgery. Many annual events are held in the village halls, at the creek side playing fields and good food is available in the pub in the centre of the village. There is a bus service to the nearby towns of Penryn, Falmouth and Truro.
Front entrance door opening to:-
Stained glass door opening to:-
Wooden floorboard. Radiator with radiator cover. Stairs to first floor. Under stairs cupboard. Doors off to:-
Feature fireplace with inset 'Riva 40' wood burner stove with slate hearth. Radiator. Wooden double glazed sash window to front elevation.
Stained glass panelled entrance door. Radiator with radiator cover with dresser shelving above. Built-in alcove cupboards with shelving flanking the fireplace. Hearth with attractive feature surround and mantelpiece over. Archway to:-
Laminate flooring. An extended room with a range of wooden wall and floor mounted cupboards with solid working surfaces and good size larder cupboard. Integrated 'Neff' double electric fan oven with induction hob and extractor hood above. Feature island with granite worktop incorporating an inset sink with integrated dishwasher below and seating around. Tiled splash backs. Solid fuel Rayburn with inset tiled surround. Radiator. Two double glazed windows to the rear and patio doors opening to the rear courtyard. Generous 'Velux' window. Further range of cupboards and work surfaces. Inset spot lighting. Door to:-
Double glazed window and 'Velux' window. Space for washing machine and tumble dryer. Floor mounted cupboards with worktop over incorporating sink and drainer with tiled splash back. Wall mounted LPG gas combination boiler. Quarry floor tiles. Door to:-
Low level WC and shelving.
Half landing with window. Large airing cupboard with shelving and radiator. Half turning staircase leading to the attic with storage cupboard below. Stripped wooden doors to:-
Window to front elevation. Built-in wardrobe and cupboards. Inset bookcase. Radiator.
Double glazed window to rear elevation.. Built-in wardrobe. Radiator and radiator cover.
Double glazed window to rear elevation. Large built-in cupboard. Radiator with radiator cover. Ornamental fireplace with mantelpiece over.
Obscured glass sash window. Panelled bath, shower cubicle with mains shower, sink with vanity unit under and mirror over and low level WC. Tongue and groove to half height. Linoleum flooring. Radiator with heated towel rail over. Tiled walls and surround. Shelving.
Large closet. Stripped doors off to:-
'Velux' windows with blind enjoying creek side glimpses. Built-in cupboards. Radiator with radiator cover.
Wall mounted sink, bidet and concealed cistern WC. Heated towel rail. Tiled floor and surround. Eaves storage
Pebble forecourt with hedge and fence surround. Steps to the front door.
Accessed from the double doors in the kitchen is a small courtyard with outside tap. Steps lead up a shared footpath and beyond this is a terraced rear garden with three levels that incorporate mature shrubs, flower beds, trellis and railings. There is a storage dustbin shed, log stores, the LPG gas tank and solid fuel bunker. On the first level there is a sandstone patio which provides a lovely seating area and a summerhouse with deck. The middle level has a feature pergola with mature wisteria and flower beds, alongside a small summerhouse. The top level has raised vegetable beds, a large potting shed and a greenhouse.
From Commercial Road in Penryn, take the turning for Mylor and continue past Bissom towards Mylor village. Turn right at small roundabout and park along Salt Box Road. Rosehill is a line of terraced houses adjacent to the playing fields on the right hand side.
There are two parking spaces close to the property where the owners inform us they have parked their cars in an agreement with the local country estate. This area is not owned by the property and the owners pay a small rent for this.