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Available unfurnished from early September is this charming granite cottage which oozes character.
This delightful three bedroom double fronted cottage is located in the hamlet of Trowan, less than two miles from the bustling harbour town of St Ives.
Available on a long term rental there is a generous sized kitchen/diner which leads to a further reception room with a feature fireplace.
From a couple of bedrooms there are glimpses of the sea over the neighbouring farmland as well as outside space and parking.
Located less than two miles from all St Ives has to offer - the sandy beaches to the wealth of eateries and bars to suit all tastes. Shopping can be found within small independent stores as well as some large national outlets. The town also offers a cinema, Post Office and leisure centre for those into fitness.
Coastal and inland walks are on your doorstep from Trowan.
The A30 trunk road linking Penzance to Redruth, Truro and beyond is approximately five and a half miles away and there is rail infrastructure available on the St Ives Branch line to St Erth, (one of the most picturesque train journeys in the UK). Regular bus services link St Ives with the city of Truro, the administrative centre for Cornwall which just thirty miles away and the larger town of Penzance is less than eight miles away.
Entering this charming granite cottage you a welcomed into the impressive kitchen/ diner complete with an 'Aga' set in a fireplace recess with a granite lintel. The dining area enjoys a seated window with double glazed sash window fitted with shutters, a doorway leads you to the lounge and there are wooden floors and an exposed beam ceiling open to the kitchen area. The kitchen is comprehensively fitted included some integrated appliances which include a fridge/freezer and dishwasher. There is an 'Aga', recessed in the old chimney breast with a granite lintel over and a double glazed sash window with shutters provides a view to front aspect. A wealth of storage is provided within the contemporary kitchen units. From the kitchen/diner you are drawn through to the lounge with its large feature window to the side aspect, the focal point of the room being the feature fireplace with stove. In the lounge is wooden flooring, radiator, stairs lead up to the first floor with a useful under stairs storage cupboard below and a door leads off to the utility room. The utility room offers appliance recesses and has a concealed oil boiler. There is a door to the outside side aspect a further door opens to the useful ground floor cloakroom which has a low level WC, Butler sink with mixer taps with storage below and a window to side aspect. The good sized living accommodation to the ground floor is complemented by the three generous sized bedrooms on the first floor. To the first floor landing natural light cascades in from the 'Velux' window, there is a built-in storage cupboard, carpeted flooring and doors lead off to the bedrooms. Both the double bedrooms benefit from a dual aspect with double glazed sash style windows with fitted shutters, radiator and built-in wardrobes. The largest has an additional cupboard housing the hot water cylinder whilst the second double bedroom boasts a glimpse of the sea across the fields. The single bedroom enjoys fantastic views through the double glazed sash window over the neighbouring farmland towards the sea in the distance, making this a wonderful third bedroom or study. Fitted with shutters there is a radiator and a recess ideal for a wardrobe. The bathroom is a white three piece suite with a pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, bath with fitted shower screen and electric shower over, all finished is a clean crisp style.
To the front there is parking for a couple of vehicles, a lawned area leads to the side where there is a decking area with views across the neighbouring fields - the perfect place to enjoy a morning coffee or end the day with a glass of wine.
The property is served by mains electric and borehole water supply with the drainage served by septic tank. An oil fueled boiler serves radiator heating and we understand the Council Tax is Band 'C'.
There is to strictly be no smoking internally, whilst pets may be considered, the garden is not completely enclosed and open to a lane and farmland.
From the A30 roundabout take the A3074/Nut Lane towards St Ives, continue over the first roundabout and taking the first exit onto Mill Lane. Passing the Watermill Public House on your right continue on the road through Trink turning right after approximately one and a quarter miles onto the B3311 towards St Ives. At the next junction turn left onto B3306 towards Zennor turning right into Trowan Lane (signed posted to Trowan). The property can be found approximately twenty to thirty meters along on the left hand side. If using What3words:- liberated.spaceship.beams
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