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This substantial Grade II listed townhouse is set in the heart of the market town of Helston overlooking the Grylls Monument, Bowling Green and St Michaels Church Tower, as well as offering pleasant views of the surrounding countryside.
The home adjoins other period properties of a similar character and charm from a bygone era, which are synonymous with the historically important architecture found within Coinagehall Street.
This distinguished townhouse will undoubtedly appeal to a discerning buyer wishing to reside in a central town location with amenities on the doorstep. Likewise, the floor area, in excess of 950 square feet, will appeal to those seeking an unusually large home, rarely seen at this price point.
This home requires some modernisation and maintenance moving forwards and buyers should budget accordingly for this.
The accommodation in brief comprises kitchen/diner, ground floor cloakroom, a generous bedroom, a study room/cot room and a family bathroom.
There is a delightful deck leading to an enclosed courtyard and the property is also warmed by gas fired central heating.
The historic market town of Helston stands at the gateway of the Lizard Peninsula, which is Britain's most southerly point, which gives access to some of the most dramatic coastal scenery and beaches the UK has to offer.
The coastal and inland villages are most picturesque which add to the overall charm of this delightful and highly regarded peninsula. Helston has an eclectic array of individual shops, well regarded schools (both junior and senior) sports centre, doctor's surgeries, pharmacies, and a cinema.
The area boasts some outstanding walks and scenery nearby, for example Helston's boating lake, through the National Trust land towards the outstanding Loe Pool and Loe Bar with the sea nearby.
Open entrance with obscured glazed front door opening into:-
This cottage style dual aspect room has a Belfast sink set into butcher's block style worktops with additional worktop surfaces with drawer and cupboard units under. Space for electric cooker and space for dishwasher. Ceiling spotlights, part slate flagstone flooring and half glazed door to rear courtyard. Staircase to first floor with under stairs storage area with slate flagstone floor, doorway opening into:-
Comprising low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin. Plumbing for washing machine, Worcester combination gas boiler, built-in storage unit plus built-in cupboard. Small pane window.
Two high level windows, raised storage space, radiator and doors off to:-
A dual aspect room enjoying town and countryside views. Feature tiled open fireplace with matching hearth and mantel and two radiators. French doors open to a:-
A spacious terrace and walkway leading to steps to the rear garden.
Double glazed oriel bay window enjoying town views towards St Michael's Church. Radiator.
Obscure glazed window. Built-in unit housing electric consumer unit and radiator. This room could be used as an occasional small cot room or study.
White panelled bath with tiled surround, walk-in shower cubicle housing 'Mira Sport' electric shower, low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin with light and shaver point over. Heated towel rail.
Mains water, electricity, drainage, and gas.
As previously mentioned, accessed from the lounge is a spacious sun terrace and walkway leading to steps to an enclosed courtyard.
The Council Tax Band for this property is Band ‘A’.
Driving from the main A394 along Falmouth / Penzance road, turn right at the roundabout into Monument Road which merges into Coinagehall Street, where the property will be identified on the left-hand side by a For Sale board. Using What3Words: broken.shudders.amounting
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