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Beautifully presented, this non-estate link-detached bungalow is located in the centre of the rural village of Carnkie.
Having been extended from the original design, it now offers contemporary style living. To the rear there is a generous living space with double glazed patio doors and windows which open onto a generous slate patio and enjoy a rural outlook.
Set to one side of the living space is a kitchen with a gloss grey finish arranged to form a partial room divider and breakfast bar and the lounge area is well proportioned and this combined area benefits from attractive laminate flooring.
There are three double size bedrooms with the principal bedroom featuring a large en-suite, there is a family bathroom and a utility room.
Heating is provided by modern electric heaters which are supplemented by solar panels which are owned and also benefit from a positive feed in tariff which reduces the running costs of the property.
To the front of the property a driveway gives parking for three to four vehicles and leads to the attached garage, there is an enclosed lawn which is screened by mature hedging and pedestrian access leads to the side of the bungalow.
The rear garden must be considered a major feature of the property with an extensive slate patio/entertainment space immediately to the rear and steps lead up to a formal lawned garden which is interspersed with mature shrubs and trees. From here there is a further section of the garden which incorporates a patio with rural views and there is a part enclosed covered area ideal for outside entertaining during the summer months.
All in all this is a superb family home presented to the highest standards throughout and situated within easy access of country walks.
Viewing our interactive virtual tour is strongly recommended prior to arranging a closer inspection.
Carnkie is situated some two miles from the major town of Redruth and two and a half miles from Pool which is a centre for out of town retail outlets and gives access to the A30 trunk road.
From the village there is access to country walks and cycle ways along the Great Flat Lode trail and there is direct access to Carn Brea house and monument which is a prominent feature in the area. Redruth has an eclectic mix of local and national shopping outlets, there are banks, a Post Office and a mainline Railway Station with direct links to London and the north of England.
Portreath on the north coast is within six miles, the south coast university town of Falmouth is within eleven miles and Truro, the administrative and cultural centre of Cornwall, is some thirteen miles distant.
uPVC double glazed door with side screen opening to:-
uPVC double glazed window to the front. Featuring a slate tiled floor and with a coved ceiling. Half glazed door opening to:-
Inset spotlighting and laminate flooring. Access off to:-
A bright and airy room with two double glazed patio doors from the lounge area with adjacent full height double glazed panels opening onto the rear patio and enjoying a rural outlook. There is a further uPVC double glazed window again to the rear and the kitchen focuses on a contemporary range of eye level and base gloss grey units with adjoining square edge working surfaces arranged to from a partial room divider and breakfast bar. Inset colour coordinated sink unit with mixer tap. Inset ceramic hob and eye level 'Bosch' double oven with built-in 'Bosch' microwave over. Integrated dishwasher, laminate flooring and inset spotlighting. Door to integral garage.
uPVC double glazed window to the front. Laminate flooring. Storage heater and recessed two door mirror fronted wardrobe units. Door to:-
Featuring a contemporary suite consisting of full width oversize door less entry shower with plumbed shower, wall hung vanity wash hand basin and close coupled WC. Illuminated mirror fronted wall hung cabinet, tiled wood effect walls and flooring. Inset spotlighting.
Two uPVC double glazed windows to the front. Laminate flooring, storage heater and coved ceiling.
uPVC double glazed full height window to the rear. Laminate flooring and storage heater.
Pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC and twin grip panelled bath with electric shower over. Full ceramic tiling to walls, ceramic tiled floor, inset spotlighting and towel radiator.
Fitted with a range of eye level and base units having adjoining roll top edge working surfaces and incorporating an inset stainless steel single drainer sink unit with mixer tap. Attractive tiled splash backs, space and plumbing for automatic washing and laminate flooring. Spotlighting and electric pressure vessel tank for domestic hot water.
To the front of the property there is driveway access and turning/parking for at least four vehicles, a lawned garden which is screened by mature hedging and planted beds. Pedestrian access leads to one side of the property.
The garage is at present divided into two with an up and over door to the front and the rear portion is being used as a utility with space and plumbing for a tumble dryer whilst the front of the garage is used for storage of garden equipment etc., The removal of the temporary partition would allow for the garage to be used for its original purpose.
The rear garden is enclosed, of a generous size and loosely divided into three sections, immediately to the rear of the property is an extensive patio which is laid with slate flags and is ideal for outside entertaining during summer months. Steps lead up to the main part of the garden which is laid to lawn with mature shrubs and hedging and from here there is a further raised outside entertainment space with extensive decking and a partially enclosed bar/barbecue area which has power connected and could well be suitable for a hot tub etc. The rear of the garden bounds open farmland and has an outlook towards the Great Flat Lode. To one side of the garage there is an enclosed WC with a pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC which is ideal for use during the summer months.
The Council Tax Band for the property is band 'B'. The property features a positive input ventilation system.
From Redruth Railway Station proceed down the hill turning left at the first set of traffic lights. At the next set of traffic lights turn right heading towards Helston. Take the next turning right and then immediately left heading towards the village of Carnkie. Upon entering the village the property will be identified on the left hand side. Using What3words:- riot.mainframe.portable
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