A charming terraced cottage, orginally a one up one down that has been extended on the ground floor over the years to create a cosy cottage with generous living space. Improved with the addition of an open plan living room with vaulted ceiling and French doors to the enclosed rear garden. There is also the original sitting room with fireplace, cottage kitchen, bathroom and first floor bedroom with delightful views.
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Understood to date to the 18th Century, this is part of a terrace of pretty cottages. Period details include multi-paned sash windows at the front of the cottage, beamed and canopied ceilings, boxed staircase and some lovely old wood panelled doors. The cottage was extended some years ago to create a kitchen, bathroom and rear hall but it is the extension by the current owner of a wonderful open plan living room makes this cottage what we can affectionately call a 'tardis'. Added in 2005, the 22'10 room is currently used as a dining room and lounge and has also been used as a second/guest bedroom. With vaulted ceiling and exposed beams, two wide windows overlook and the French doors lead onto the enclosed rear garden. Viewing is recommended to fully appreciate the generous living space this cottage provides.
At the front of the cottage an open porch with pitched slate roof, a part glazed wooden front door leads into the sitting room. Sash window to the front, beamed ceiling, boxed staircase to the first floor with cupboard under, part glazed wood panelled door to the kitchen and fireplace with slate hearth and timber lintel, fitted with a multi-fuel stove.
Cottage style kitchen units with integrated appliances including single oven with hob over and extractor, dishwasher, tall fridge and separate freezer. Double glazed window overlooking the rear garden, quarry tiled floor, door to rear hall and sliding door into;
A surprising feature of the cottage with vaulted ceiling and exposed beams. Two double glazed windows and double glazed French doors lead into the garden. Currently used as a lounge and dining room, this has also been used as a ground floor second/guest bedroom.
Part glazed door to rear garden (not currently in use), airing cupboard with hot water tank, quarry tiled floor and door to bathroom.
Window to rear, panelled bath with shower over, low flush WC and pedestal wash basin.
On the first floor, canopied ceiling and dual aspect with sash window to the front and further window to the rear enjoying wonderful far reaching rural views.
The cottage is approached from the road via a gate leading to a small front garden area, sheltered from the road by an old stone wall. At the rear of the cottage is a neat enclosed and sheltered garden with boarders and hedging for privacy. Westerly facing to enjoy the afternoon sun, there is a small lawned area and stone paved patio.
Mains electricity, water and drainage, night storage heaters and multi-fuel stove. Council Tax Band C £1,575
Veryan lies in the heart of the Roseland Peninsula on the south Cornish coast, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and famed for its beautiful countryside, harbourside villages, golden beaches and popular stretch of the South West Coastal Path. Just a mile away are the safe, sandy beaches of Pendower and Carne, recently named by The Sunday Times in the top ten best beaches in Britain and the neighbouring village of Portloe is one of the few remaining unspoilt fishing villages left in Cornwall. The elegant sailing resort of St Mawes is eight miles away and the Cathedral City of Truro, eleven miles distant, offers a wide range of commercial facilities, schools and direct rail link to London. The area has long been one of the most the desired locations in the UK, both to live and vacation.