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This beautiful unique development is located centrally between Truro and Falmouth, steeped in history with the properties all differing in size, layout and style and has a true feeling of community.
This property offers flexible accommodation spread over three floors with four bedrooms, lounge/diner with two sets of doors opening out to a decked balcony that leads down to a beautiful garden space.
The house is finished to a high standard and enjoys under floor heating on the ground floor level, gas central heating, oak doors throughout, some oak flooring, 'Roca' sanitary ware, a master bedroom with en-suite bathroom and a second bedroom with a Juliet balcony.
This property benefits from being end of terrace with two parking spaces adjacent to the house.
Our vendor enjoys kayaking from the river to the rear of the development straight out to the creeks and out to Mylor Harbour in one direction and Truro to the other. The stunning Devichoy Woods can also be accessed directly on foot from the development to enjoy peaceful countryside walks.
Located beside the River Kennall in Perranarworthal, equidistant between Truro and Falmouth, this beautiful 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 Pattern Shop 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 with its busy harbour and Perranwell Station with its useful branch line train station providing direct links to Falmouth or Truro are also close by and the beautiful coastline town of Falmouth is just over five miles away.
Glazed entrance door opening to:-
Under floor heating. Stairs to the first floor landing.
A light and bright dual aspect room with double glazed windows. TV and aerial socket. Flagstone slate flooring and underfloor heating.
A useful and generous storage space with under floor heating, carpet, lighting and power.
'Roca' sanitary ware with wash hand basin, mirror over and low level WC. Slate flooring. Under floor heating and towel rail. Display shelf.
Double glazed window to front elevation. Cupboard housing the 'Worcester' combination boiler. Slate flooring, under floor heating and spotlighting.
Stairs to second floor landing and door to:-
Oak flooring, Video entry panel. Recess for bookcase, two steps up to two sets of double glazed doors opening to the decked balcony from where you can enjoy the afternoon and evening sun. Two radiators.
Video entry system. Stairs to second floor landing. Door off to:-
Range of white high gloss wall and floor mounted cupboards with soft close feature to include two glass fronted display cabinets and Corian worktops with upstands incorporating a one and a half bowl sink and drainer with feature tiled surround. Integrated appliances 'Bosch' dishwasher and double oven, gas hob with splash back and extractor above and fridge/freezer include Double glazed window to front elevation. Radiator. Feature floor tiles. Spotlights.
Double glazed window. Aerial socket. Radiator. Spotlighting.
Radiator. Double glazed window enjoying the view from the front elevation. Oak doors off to:-
Wall of four double glazed windows and feature vaulted ceiling. Radiator. Spotlights. Door to:-
Double glazed window. Separate walk-in shower cubicle housing 'Mira Azora' shower, bath, pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC. Tiled flooring. Heated towel rail. Spotlighting.
Double glazed window to front elevation and radiator. Doors off to:-
A dual aspect room with double glazed window and Juliet balcony. Domed ceiling. Radiator. TV aerial.
Double glazed window with fitted blind. Bath with tiled surround, walk-in double shower with deluge shower head, low level WC and sink and pedestal with feature tiled splash back, mirrored cabinet and heated towel rail. Domed ceiling.
Video entry system. Two allocated parking spaces to the side. Outside courtesy lighting. Flower bed and brick paviour pathway.
The decked balcony has steps leading down to a garden space and useful under deck storage space suitable for kayaks and motorbike etc., Lawn with shrub borders and landscaped area. Further parking area in the process of being completed.
Remainder of 999 year lease commencing 2013. The current service and maintenance charges are £327.21 per quarter to include gardening, outside cleaning, refuse rental, repairs, pest control, flood gate maintenance, window cleaning, accountancy, external redecoration and ground rent. Buildings insurance is separate, currently at £650.97 annually.
The Council tax band for the property is band 'D'.
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. If using what 3 words: spite.devotion.tissue
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