Quarry Cottage is a spacious terraced period property of immense character and forms part of a group of four cottages. An external viewing from the lane does not provide a true indication of the generous accommodation, particularly on the ground floor. Features include beamed ceilings and two fine inglenook style fireplaces. The fireplace in the kitchen has a clome oven plus an old solid fuel range and in the sitting room the fireplace has a multi-fuel stove plus a stunning timber lintel which is a carved figurehead rescued from a local shipwreck of a 16th Century Swedish man of war. History blends perfectly with the modern comforts of oil fired central heating, uPVC double glazing, and family bathroom with separate shower.
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An entrance porch leads into the cosy double aspect living room which has two windows to the front elevation and another to the rear. The room is beamed and features a splendid inglenook fireplace with a fitted multi-fuelled stove and a massive timber lintel over which is a carved figurehead. To the side of the inglenook fireplace there is a deep semi-circular recess which may well have been the location of the original staircase. The room has two radiators, open staircase to the first floor, opening to the kitchen and door to the conservatory, which overlooks and has a door leading to the rear garden.
The kitchen breakfast room also has a beamed ceiling and windows to front and rear and is fitted with a range of wall and base units with worktops over and ceramic sink. There is a further built-in storage cupboard, space for washing machine and cooker. Feature inglenook fireplace with fitted solid-fuel range having adjoining clome oven and timber lintel over. This room has a wealth of exposed stonework and beamed ceilings. Door to the rear entrance porch which houses the Worcester oil-fired boiler, door to WC with wash hand basin and windows and door to the rear garden.
On the first floor landing there is access to roof space, radiator, walk-in airing cupboard with hot water tank. Bedroom one has a window to rear elevation enjoying excellent views over adjoining farmland, canopied ceiling, built in wardrobe and fitted drawers and radiator. Bedroom two has a canopied ceiling, two built in wardrobes plus dressing table, radiator and window to front elevation enjoying the beautiful rural views. The spacious bathroom features a free standing claw footed bath with mixer taps and shower attachment, pedestal basin and WC, separate tiled shower cubicle, radiator and window to rear elevation.
Outside, to the front of the cottage there is an enclosed garden which is mostly paved for low maintenance plus raised flower and shrub borders. There is a larger garden to the rear which is on two levels and comprises an area of grass with ornamental pond and a paved and gravelled sitting-out area overlooking the adjacent farmland. In all, a most delightful secluded garden which will be of great interest to those keen on gardening who may like set aside an area to grow your own. There is a greenhouse, path and gate leading to the side of the property. Adjacent to the lane and set back from a gravelled parking bay there is a single garage with up and over door, side door, power and light.
Crohans is a delightful rural hamlet located approximately one and a half miles from the village of Veryan. Situated in the heart of the Roseland Peninsula and considered the prettiest of all the Roseland villages, Veryan boasts the famous round houses and is an active community with church, village stores/post office, inn, primary school and sports club.
The Roseland Peninsula, on the south Cornish coast, is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty famed for its beautiful countryside, harbour villages, golden beaches and popular stretch of the South West Coastal Path. Just over 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 desired locations in the UK, both to live and vacation.