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A rather interesting and double fronted detached town cottage set in a very central 'in town' location with the added benefit of a detached annexe, ideal for a studio or workshop. Located just off Coinagehall Street and within walking distance of the many amenities this ancient, historic market town has to offer.
The cottage is set on one of the town’s oldest streets and on the route of the famous 'Floral Dance' and amongst many historic buildings which makes this such a great spot in which to live.
The property is highly individual and at some point in history had a shop front but has long since been used as a dwelling. The accommodation on the ground floor offers a lounge/diner, an L-shaped kitchen with a snug area off with doors leading to the rear garden.
On the first floor, there are three good sized double bedrooms and a family bathroom.
To the rear there are well stocked delightful enclosed and cobbled mature gardens plus a detached annexe which makes an ideal studio or workshop with facilities.
As the owners' sole agent, we thoroughly recommend an immediate viewing to appreciate this property.
Helston is regarded as the gateway to The Lizard Peninsula with stunning feature beaches, coves, and cliff top walks.
The property is particularly convenient for the town centre itself - a bustling market town providing facilities that include national shopping outlets, cinema, health centres, restaurants and there is also a leisure centre with indoor pool. Both primary and secondary schooling is available as well as a sixth form college.
Granite and cobble stoned path leading to the wooden glazed entrance door opening to:-
A generous room with uPVC double glazed window and bay window to the front elevation. Feature granite inglenook fireplace with wood burner, wood flooring, and radiators. Beamed ceiling. A wooden period closed tread staircase with half landing, newel posts banisters and hand rail leads up to the first floor landing. Panelled internal door to:-
Window overlooking the rear. An L-shaped kitchen with a range of wall and base units with a granite worktop over incorporating an inset ‘Belfast-style’ sink unit with mixer tap. Spaces for fridge and freezer, gas fired 'Rayburn' cooker, integrated dishwasher, and granite inglenook fireplace with wood burner. Tiled flooring and ceiling lighting. External rear double glazed door to courtyard and opening to:-
A triple aspect bright space with double glazed folding patio doors leading to the gardens and windows the side and rear overlooking the rear courtyard.
Period stained glass window overlooking the half landing. Loft access and doors off to: -
Sash window overlooking Church Street. Recessed clothes storage with additional high-level cupboards, Carpeted flooring and ceiling light.
Recessed window to the front. Stained wooden floorboards and recessed wardrobe.
'Velux' windows and window to the front with garden views. Storage cupboard and carpeted flooring.
Window with shutters to the rear. A four-piece suite comprising a roll top bath with claw feet, mixer tap with shower unit, low level WC, shower cubicle and pedestal hand basin. Internal stained-glass window and ceiling light.
There is a pedestrian gate which leads to an ope way which passes the front of the cottage into Church Street.
Immediately to the rear of the kitchen there is a triangular shaped rear courtyard, outside cold-water supply and pathway leading past a timber garden shed and outside WC into a superb, enclosed feature town garden with original cobble stones and high stone walling and fencing giving a good degree of privacy and seclusion. Trellis work covered with climbing plants, a wide selection of shrubs including camellias, palms and a further paved patio to the far corner.
A detached outbuilding, incorporating a kitchen, shower room/WC and bedroom overlooking the delightful courtyard rear garden. Set in the far corner of the garden and with front door opening to: -
A hand built wooden kitchen with pine work surfaces incorporating a 'Belfast' sink with electric water heater over. Two casement windows overlooking the courtyard garden, laminate wooden flooring and pine panelled ceiling. Stairs to first floor. Door to:-
Low flush WC and walk-in shower cubicle with electric shower.
With wall-to-wall multi-paned windows overlooking the courtyard. A lovely bright environment which would make an ideal artists studio or study, pine panelled ceiling with inset spotlights and return window to side.
Mains water, electricity and mains drainage are connected. Gas fired boiler for heating and hot water.
The Council Tax band for the property is band 'C'.
From Meneage Street proceed down the road and at the traffic lights turn left followed by an almost immediate right hand turn in to Church Street. Proceed down the hill and the property will be found on your right hand. Using what3words: slugs.rocks.etchings
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