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An impressive period property retaining many of the original features. Victorian hallway with tiled floor and turning spindle staircase. Three reception rooms and kitchen to the ground floor. 5 bedrooms with a family bathroom and separate wc to the first floor. Private gardens and garage complete this stunning property.
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The property is secluded from the road with the main entrance facing the gardens. From the entrance porch you enter into a superb Victorian hall with original tiled flooring, panelled doors and a spindle turning staircase rising to the first floor plus a separate cloakroom. Either side of the hall are two reception rooms the larger of which is the sitting room again with period features, bay window and fire place. The second room used as a formal dining room also has period features, bay window and a fire place.
A rear lobby gives access to the spacious breakfast/dining room with a feature fire place. This room could also be used as a larger kitchen if required. Across the lobby is the kitchen fitted with a range of units, fitted sink and free standing oven.
A spacious landing with a large picture window gives access to the five bedrooms, family bathroom and a separate wc. The Master bedroom is the larger of all the rooms with period features, fire place and a view over the front garden. There are two further double bedrooms again with fire places and period features. The remaining two single bedrooms are perfect for either a study or office.
To the front of the property are secluded south facing mature gardens with a terraced lawn, flower and shrub beds plus a variety of trees. A sunny patio spreads across the front of the property creating the ideal place to soak up the sun. To the side and rear are further gardens plus external brick built storage outbuildings. There is a rear access to the property and to the large attached garage. There is also a driveway providing off road parking.
The property has mains gas for central heating. Mains water, drainage and electricity. Council Tax Bad E.
Bodmin is the former county town of Cornwall and is conveniently located in the centre of the county, equi-distant to each coast and only an hour from Exeter via the A30 close by. Bodmin is currently receiving much investment into the town and is undergoing many improvements to make it the new cycle town linking the cycle trails at Lanhydrock and Respryn to the Camel Trail. Cornwall Council has recently moved its offices to Bodmin and the new Callywith College is due for completion this summer.