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This very spacious one-off property has been designed to sympathetically reflect the heritage of the original building and therefore boasts an authentic industrial style finish of exceptional quality.
Features such as multiple vaulted ceilings, exposed stone walls, slate and engineered oak flooring offer contemporary living in a well designed flexible interior over three floors to suit a variety of personal requirements and ideal to create space for working from home.
The accommodation in this stunning home comprises a spacious open plan kitchen/diner, ground floor cloakroom, bathroom and shower room and a beautiful balcony is accessed from a bedroom and from the suite. To the outside at the front there is seating, parking for one car and an integral garage. The property is currently set up as a three bedroom home and with the suite on the first floor there is flexibility in the arrangement of accommodation with the capacity to sleep up to eight persons.
Located in a beautiful historic ‘village feel setting’ this Foundry property offers easy access to the banks of the River Kennall and the benefits that this unique position provides. Positioned equidistant between the City of Truro, with its vast variety of shopping outlets and restaurants and cafes that the city offers and the harbourside town of Falmouth, with its choice of beaches, water sports and coastal views and the village of Mylor with its sailing waters and cafes makes it a good choice for either a holiday home or a lock up and leave.
This incredible landmark development in Perranarworthal provides direct access to the five acre Devichoy Woods with its abundance of wildlife and scenic walks. Kayaking, paddle boarding and fishing are also to be enjoyed within a few metres from the property in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty.
The development is steeped in history having been owned by the Fox family in the 1700's, who manufactured a range of mining implements and steam engines, the site was once an important industrial hub serving local and international trade routes. Built originally in 1791, The Hammer Mill properties form part of this exciting redevelopment of a World Heritage site, that has been lovingly and carefully restored, mixing the 'old' with the 'new'.
There is a popular Public House close by and cafe and bakery and the Bissoe Trail that is popular with cyclists and dog walkers alike.
The City of Truro has a good range of main and individual shops, banks and restaurants and a mainline railway that connects further down through Cornwall and up to London Paddington and Newquay Airport is twenty five miles distant providing regular easy access to London.
The thriving villages of Mylor Bridge and Perranwell Station are also close by and the beautiful coastline town of Falmouth is just over five miles away.
Solid wood entrance door with glazed panels above opening to:-
An impressive light and bright space with three large windows to the front elevation with fitted dual roll blinds. Cupboard housing service panel for telephone, TV and power sockets. Flagstone flooring. Spot lighting. Exposed beams. Under floor heating.
Range of wall and floor mounted Howdens 'Shaker' style units with oak worktops and complementary wood upstands over incorporating an inset ceramic one and half bowl sink and drainer with tiled splash back Central breakfast bar with pop up sockets. Integrated 'Bosch' double oven with gas hob over, extractor above. Integrated fridge, dishwasher and washer dryer, separate freezer. Exposed stone walls. Double glazed window to rear elevation with deep tiled sills. Spot lighting.
Video entrance system. Double glazed window with deep sill. Door to:-
Window with deep recess and turning staircase to first floor. Doors off to integral garage and:-
Pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splash back and low level WC. Heated towel rail. Extractor fan. Spot lighting.
Double glazed window with window seat enjoying the outlook. Storage shelf. Column radiator. Exposed beams. Stone walls and concrete pillars. Doors off to:-
This dual aspect L-shaped space is currently arranged as a dining room and a second lounge. Contemporary column radiator. Engineered oak flooring. Two double glazed windows with deep sills. Exposed stone granite and concrete pillars. Wooden lintels and vaulted ceiling with spot lighting. Fixed glass display cabinet. Two column radiators. Partial room divider storage cupboard opening to the lounge area with double glazed window to front elevation and door opening to Juliet balcony with seating space to enjoy watching the world go by.
Bath with rain head shower over and glass screen, concealed cistern WC and wash hand basin. Heated towel rail. Mirrored cabinet. Tiled flooring.
Spot lighting. Contemporary column radiator. Double glazed window to front and double glazed door opening to decked balcony with glass panels and metal hand rail providing a lovely place to sit and watch the world go by. Recess and turning staircase to:-
Contemporary column radiator. Doors off to:-
Exposed beams. Eaves storage. Lantern windows to two elevations. Two contemporary column radiators. 'Velux' window with fitted blind.
Large walk-in shower, wash hand basin with illuminated cabinet over and concealed cistern WC. Heated towel rail. Tiled flooring. 'Velux' window and fitted blind.
Two contemporary column radiators. Exposed beams. Lantern windows and 'Velux' window.
Stone courtyard setting with courtesy outdoor lighting and space for seating. Parking space and access to:-
Also accessed from the hall with roller up and over door. Light and electric. Wall mounted 'Worcester' boiler.
Further parking and outside space is due to be completed at the rear of the property.
Remainder of 999 year lease commencing 1st January 2013. Current service/maintenance charge is £327.21 per quarter to include gardening, outside cleaning, refuse rental, external repairs, pest control, flood gate maintenance, window cleaning, accountancy and external redecoration. Buildings insurance £822.38 per annum, currently paid up until March 2021.
Following the A39, heading to Truro from Falmouth, Perran Foundry can be found on right hand side just before the Norway Inn and the turning to Mylor and Carclew.
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