A charming mid terraced, two bedroom, period house, with the benefit of an enclosed rear courtyard garden, located within the beautiful historic residential quarter of Church Street, and within walking distance to the town centre As sole acting agents we wholeheartedly recommend an early viewing. Freehold. EPC D56
Living Room. Kitchen. Rear Hallway.
Two Bedrooms. Bathroom. Landing.
Enclosed rear garden enjoying sunshine in the afternoon.
An opportunity to purchase a charming mid terraced, two bedroom, period house, with the benefit of an enclosed rear garden, located within the beautiful historic residential quarter of Church Street, and within walking distance to the town centre.
The property has painted external elevations, under a pitched tiled roof ( our vendor informs us the roof was replaced approximately 13 years ago ), double glazed windows, and warmed by a gas fired central heating system. The home benefits from a rear south west facing enclosed garden, with a paved patio, raised flower border.
The main wooden glazed door to the property opens into the spacious living/dining room, with a window overlooking the front aspect towards Church Street. An opening leads from the living room into the rear hallway with access to the back garden. An opening leads from the hallway into the kitchen which is surprisingly spacious offering a selection of base/wall storage units. A staircase ascends from the kitchen to the first floor accommodation, offering two bedrooms, and a family bathroom. It is worth noting that the main bedroom was once two rooms, and could be converted back into a total of three bedrooms if required.
This character home will undoubtedly appeal to a wide audience of potential purchasers, wanting a conveniently located town house which is close to the shops, schools, and bus routes etc.
The historic market town of Helston stands at the gateway of the Lizard Peninsula which is Britain's most southerly point, which gives access to some of the most dramatic coastal scenery and beaches the UK has to offer. The coastal and inland villages are most picturesque which add to the overall charm of this delightful and highly regarded peninsula. Helston has an eclectic array of individual shops, well regarded schools (both junior and senior) sports centre, doctor's surgeries, pharmacies and a cinema. The area boasts some outstanding walks and scenery nearby, eg Helston's boating lake through the National Trust land towards the outstanding Loe Pool and Loe Bar with the sea nearby.
Proceed into Helston town centre, leading up Coinagehall Street, then turn left at the traffic lights into Church Street, and the house can be seen a few yards further down on the left hand side.
The house is approached from Church Street where it's front wooden glazed door opens into the living room.
5.66m reducing to 4.90m x 3.00m (18'7" reducing to
Window to the front aspect. Wall mounted electric distribution fuse board, and meter unit. Radiator, TV cable point, and opening into the rear hallway. Sofa to be included in the sale.
Ceiling light, ceramic tiled floor, and wooden glazed stable door to the rear garden. Opening into the kitchen.
3.68m maximum x 3.56m reducing to 2.82m (12'1" max
Selection of base / wall storage units, complemented by chrome handles, and melamine work surfaces. Washing machine. Cooker. Fridge/freezer. Inset stainless steel drainer sink. Wall mounted gas fired 'Worcester' boiler. Window to rear garden, complemented by exposed granite quoins to reveals. Ceramic tiled floor, radiator, and ceiling lighting. Staircase ascending to the first floor accommodation.
Ascending from the kitchen to the first floor landing. A closed tread staircase with a handrail.
A split level landing. Smoke detector, ceiling light, and storage compartment. Doors off to :-
3.40m x 3.07m plus 2.21m x 1.91m (11'2" x 10'1" pl
Two windows overlooking the front aspect. Two radiators, built in wardrobe, and ceiling lighting.
2.74m maximum x 1.98m maximum (9' maximum x 6'6" m
Window to the rear aspect. Built in wardrobe, loft access hatch, radiator, and ceiling light.
2.87m maximum x 2.82m maximum of irregular shape (
Paneled bath fitted with a shower above. Low level WC. Pedestal wash hand basin. Ceramic tiling to walls. Radiator, window fitted with opaque glass and ceiling light.
The above property details should be considered as a general guide only for prospective purchasers. Olivers Estate Agents does not have any authority to give any warranty in relation to the property. We would like to bring to the attention of any purchaser that we have endeavoured to provide a realistic description of the property, no specific survey or detailed inspection has been carried out relating to the property, services, appliances and any further fixtures and fittings/equipment. If double glazing has been stated in the details, the purchaser is advised to satisfy themselves as to the type and amount of double glazing fitted to the property. We recommend all buyers to carry out their own survey/investigations relating to the purchase of any of our properties. All measurements, floor plans, dimensions and acreages are approximate and therefore should not be relied upon for accuracy.
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