Situated in the popular Elerkey Close, this immaculately presented detached bungalow has been tastefully improved and renovated in recent years. A feature is the wonderful well equipped light oak kitchen/diner and the light and well proportioned accommodation including a wide entrance hall with slate tiled floor, living room with open fire, three bedrooms and contemporary bathroom. Redecorated throughout, modern comforts include uPVC double glazing and Fischer electric heating and 'hidden improvements' include pressurised hot water tank and insulation. Outside is a garage and covered side storage area. Much work has also been done to improve the pretty front garden and sheltered terraced garden at the rear that has been cleared and improved to open up the light and space in order to enjoy the sun filled westerly aspect.
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Obscure double glazed entrance door and side panel in the entrance lobby and further obscure glazed door with side panel into the wide entrance hall with slate floor, radiator and access to loft space. Airing cupboard housing new pressurized hot water tank with immersion heater fitted. The sitting room is lovely and comfortable with two uPVC double glazed windows to the front that benefit from the morning sun. The open fire place has a stone surround and slate mantel, currently fitted with an electric fire, and radiator. A well equipped timeless classic light oak kitchen with base and matching wall units. Solid wood work tops with inset butler sink and mixer tap. Integrated appliances include an oven with a ceramic hob over and extractor hood, fridge/freezer and washer/dryer. Ceramic tiled floor and part tiled walls, two uPVC windows to the rear that overlook the garden and uPVC part glazed door to side.
Bedroom One has a uPVC double glazed window to front and radiator. Bedroom Two and uPVC window to rear and radiator. Bedroom Three is currently used as a dining room, with uPVC window to rear and radiator. The wonderful light and modern bathroom has a walk in shower with glazed screen, wash hand basin with vanity unit, ceramic tiled walls and floor, heated towel rail, extractor and uPVC obscure glazed window to rear.
Garage with up and over door, light and power connected, meter boxes and shelving.
The pretty front garden has a low Cornish stone retaining wall and is mostly laid to gravel with shrubs and flowering plants include cherry blossom, camellias, rhododendrons, hydrangea, wisteria and climbing rose. Block built driveway and a path leads to the front door and continues around to the side of the property where there is covered storage area. A second gated path leads from the drive to the other side and to the rear of the property.
A patio area immediately at the rear of bungalow has steps leading to the delightful westerly facing terraced garden, which is fenced and hedged for seclusion and privacy. The garden has been extensively cleared to open up the light and space, whilst still retaining a good deal of privacy. With some Cornish stone retaining walls, gravelled areas and pretty shrubs and planting including the most beautiful and usual deep pink magnolia, the garden is now ready for the finishing touches, with a cleared area ideally suited as a decked patio and barbeque area or even to grow your own.
The following services are available mains electric, metered mains water, mains drainage and telephone line is connected.
Considered to be one of the prettiest of all the Roseland villages, Veryan is both a thriving community and popular holiday spot. The village has the famous Round Houses, together with the attractive water gardens, church, inn, primary school, sports club and general stores/post office which caters for day to day needs.
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 desired locations in the UK, both to live and vacation.