On the market for the first time in over 50 years, this wonderful double fronted cottage has been extremely well maintained and updated whilst retaining period character. The generous accommodation include a cosy sitting room with open fire, dining room with wood burner, kitchen breakfast room and four bedrooms. There are pretty paved gardens to the front and rear and a delightful rural outlook.
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Pentillie is a wonderful double fronted character cottage that has been in the same family for over 50 years. Believed to date to the early 19th Century, the cottage is located within a Conservation Area and the Grade II listing applies to the pretty row of historic cottages for group value. Extremely well maintained and presented the cottage is well proportioned and surprisingly light and airy. The property has been updated whilst retaining many period features, such as beamed ceilings, wood panelled interior doors, boxed staircase and multi paned sash windows. Recent upgrades include a more contemporary bathroom and upstairs WC, shaker style kitchen, wood burner in the dining room, secondary double glazing, some uPVC double glazed windows and electric heaters. Cottages such as Pentillie are rarely available and must be viewed to be fully appreciated.
Multi paned doors and windows, tiled floor and hipped roof. Glazed door leads into dining room.
A lovely cosy room with open fireplace with slate surround and hearth. Secondary glazed sash window over looking the garden, night storage heater.
Secondary glazed sash window overlooking the front garden, fireplace with slate surround and fitted with a wood burning stove. Built in storage cupboard, boxed staircase to first floor, opening to rear hall, beamed ceiling, night storage heater.
Opening to kitchen and door to bathroom. Deep airing / utility cupboard fitted with pressurised hot water tank, space and plumbing for washer/dryer.
A light and airy kitchen breakfast room with door to the back garden and uPVC double glazed window over looking the rear garden and countryside beyond. A well equipped shaker style kitchen with base and wall units, stainless steel double bowl sink with drainer, ceramic hob with extractor over, integrated eye level oven, plumbing for dishwasher. Night storage heater.
Modern white bathroom suite comprising panelled bath with electric shower over, WC, pedestal wash basin, heated ladder towel rail, under floor heating, extractor, uPVC double glazed window to rear.
Secondary glazed sash window over looking the front garden with some rural views beyond. Canopied ceiling, built in wardrobe, electric panel heater.
Secondary Glazed sash window over looking the front garden with some rural views beyond. Canopied ceiling, built in wardrobe, electric panel heater.
Dormer window fitted with uPVC double glazing and enjoying delightful rural views. Part restricted headroom, storage cupboards, electric panel heater.
A pretty single room with exposed beams and part restricted headroom, secondary glazed sash window with wonderful rural views, electric panel heater, door to en suite WC.
Wash hand basin with vanity unit, WC, heated towel rail, extractor.
An old Cornish stone wall to the front with a wooden pedestrian gate leads into the front garden, with pretty paved sitting areas and some colourful shrubs and plants. To the rear of the property is another enclosed paved patio garden abutting a field used mostly for sheep grazing. West facing to capture the afternoon and evening sun the garden area is extremely private, with a useful timber storage shed.
Mains electricity, water and drainage, Council tax band D.
Veryan and Veryan Green lies in the heart of the Roseland Peninsula on the south Cornish coast, in 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.