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Situated in the centre of the historic mining village of St Day, within a Conservation Area, this Grade II listed house, which is of substantial proportions and is believed to date from the early 1800’s, offers versatile family size accommodation. With high ceilings to several rooms, there are feature fireplaces and the sitting room has original shutters and an ornate plaster cornice to the ceiling.
Approached by an original solid wood door opening to the hallway, doors open off to a sitting room, second lounge, dining room and kitchen. The first floor has four bedrooms and a further lounge area which may be suitable to create an annexe if desired. In addition to the family bathroom on the first floor there is a shower room and a further WC can be found on the ground floor. To the rear is an enclosed courtyard style garden.
We would strongly recommend that interested parties should view our virtual tour prior to arranging a viewing on this substantial home.
The village of St Day is conveniently located for access to the city of Truro, the A30 and the south coast at Falmouth. The nearest major town is Redruth which is some two miles away.
St Day which is an historic mining village has day to day shopping facilities, a Post Office, there is a village pub and a butchers shop. On the outskirts of the village there is a further Public House that has well respected dining facilities. Within the immediate area there is access to country walks and a short distance away the mineral tramways provide a walkway which also offers cycling facilities and connects between Portreath on the north coast and Devoran on the south coast.
Solid door with fanlight over opening to:-
Feature plaster dividing archway and focusing on an impressive turning staircase to the first floor with storage cupboard beneath. Exposed wood flooring and panelled doors opening to:-
Two, three quarter height small pane glazed windows to the front featuring original working shutters. Focusing on a painted slate fire surround and hearth which again is believed to be original to the building, ornate cornice to ceiling and central rose. Dado rail and polished wood flooring. Storage heater.
Doors opening off to:-
Window to rear. Low level WC.
Windows to side and rear. Door to side. Tiled flooring. Space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine.
Small pane windows to the rear and small pane window opening to the side porch. Featuring one wall with exposed stone and incorporating a wood mantel with granite lintel housing a recessed wood burning stove (at present not working). Parquet flooring. Dado rail and storage heater. Door to:-
Window to side and stable door to side. Second staircase to first floor with storage cupboard beneath. Dado rail and parquet flooring. Door to:-
Small pane glazed window to the side and door to the side. Fitted with a range of base units having adjoining roll top edge working surfaces and incorporating a china one and a half bowl sink unit with mixer tap. Cooker point. Tiled splash backs and ceramic tiled floor.
A central landing with skylight and walk-in linen cupboard. Panelled doors opening off to:-
Two small pane glazed windows to the front. Picture rail and storage heater. Door to:-
Shelving and light.
Small pane glazed window to the front. Storage heater.
Two windows to the rear. Fitted with a low level WC, vanity wash hand basin, panelled bath and corner shower unit with 'Triton' electric shower. Full ceramic tiling to walls and airing cupboard containing copper cylinder.
Small pane glazed window to the side. Panelling to one wall. Storage heater and door opening out to:-
Window to the side. Second staircase down to the dining room. Storage heater and fortic tank.
Window to the side.
Window to the side. Fitted with a close coupled WC, vanity wash hand basin and with shower enclosure incorporating a 'Neptune' electric shower. Full ceramic tiling to walls, electric fan heater.
To the rear of the property is a courtyard style garden which is mainly paved and has a raised bed to one side. Timber storage shed.
From Redruth Railway Station proceed up the hill into HIgher Fore Street At a give way junction bear right into St Day Road and at a staggered junction take the top road and turn left (again into St Day Road). At a roundabout take the second exit heading towards St Day. On entering the village of St Day in the centre at a T-junction turn right and the property will be identified on the right hand side.
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