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Situated within a virtually level short walk of the town centre and Railway Station, this double fronted house is believed to date from 1840.
The property has many character features, some updating has taken place and it would now benefit from further updating to complete the project.
Internally there are three bedrooms on the first floor, the lounge focuses on an original marble fireplace housing a recessed wood burner, there is a second reception room which is ideal as a home office and the kitchen/breakfast room complements the age of the property.
Leading off from the kitchen/breakfast room there is a restyled bathroom with exposed A-frame ceiling together with a Victorian style suite incorporating a claw foot bath and with slate flagged flooring.
The hallway retains an original tiled floor which needs restoration and there is a dining conservatory set to the rear of the property.
The majority of the internal doors would appear to be original, modern electric heaters have been installed and in addition to a modern electric boiler there are owned solar thermal water heating panels which supply the electric boiler.
The rear garden is secure for younger children and features a raised patio ideal for outside entertaining and from here there is access to a well stocked mainly lawned garden which includes a greenhouse.
Viewing our interactive virtual tour is strongly recommended prior to arranging a closer inspection.
The property is within a short walk of the town centre and within a short drive of the Tesco superstore on the fringe of the town.
Camborne which is steeped in mining history offers all the facilities you would expect for modern living.
There is a mix of national and local shopping outlets, banks, a Post Office together with easy access onto the A30 trunk road.
The Railway Station is nearby and here there are direct links to London Paddington and the north of England.
Truro, the administrative and cultural heart of Cornwall is within thirteen miles and the north coast at Portreath is within five miles.
Solid door with fan light over opening to:-
Original tiled floor. Panelled door to:-
Original tiled and parquet floor and featuring recessed turning staircase to the first floor with storage beneath. Panelled doors open off to:-
Secondary glazed bay window to the front. Focusing on a slate fire surround and hearth with recessed wood burning stove and with original coved ceiling. Exposed floorboarding and electric radiator.
Secondary glazed bay window to the front. Focusing on a wood fire surround with inset cast iron back.
Single glazed window to the conservatory/dining room. Fitted with a range of base units having adjoining working surfaces and with a stainless steel stove featuring a double oven with a ceramic five ring hob and with a stainless steel cooker hood over. Inset stainless steel one and half bowl sink unit with mixer tap, space and plumbing for dishwasher and recessed shelving. Panelled door to:-
uPVC double glazed window to the side. Recently refurbished to include an exposed A-frame ceiling and with a Victorian style suite consisting of low level WC, wash hand basin with stand and claw foot bath with central mixer tap. Extensive ceramic tiling to walls, vertical towel radiator and featuring a slate flag floor. Airing cupboard housing electric water heater.
Enjoying a dual aspect with uPVC double glazed windows to the side and rear and with a uPVC double glazed door to the side. Space and plumbing for automatic washing machine and tumble dryer.
A central landing with original feature window to the rear and exposed wood floorboarding. Panelled doors to:-
Secondary double glazed bay window to the front. Recessed wardrobe, electric radiator and exposed wood flooring.
Secondary bay window to the front and a further window to the front. Electric radiator, access to loft space and exposed wood flooring.
Wooden double glazed window to the rear. Electric radiator. Access to loft space and exposed wood floorboarding.
The property is set back from the pavement by a dwarf wall and there are mature shrubs and ground cover plants. Pedestrian access to side.
The rear garden has a courtyard with a step up to a paved and slate finished seating/barbecue area which is an ideal space for outside entertaining. A step leads from here to the remainder of the garden which is enclosed, mainly lawned with mature shrubs and hedging and features a 10' x 6' aluminium framed greenhouse and there is a timber summerhouse/storage shed. It should be noted that the neighbouring property does have a pedestrian right of way across the rear of the courtyard.
The property is band 'C' for Council Tax.
From the car park at Camborne Railway Station turn left into Trevu Road and at a staggered roundabout take the first left into South Terrace, take the second turning at the next mini-roundabout into Basset Road and then take the first turning right into Basset Street where the property will be identified on the right hand side by our For Sale board. If using What3words: driftwood.factor.earmarked
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