An exceptional and rare opportunity to purchase a three bedroom, two reception room, two bath/shower room, semi detached period house, with the huge benefit of an attached self contained one bedroom annexe. The property offers spacious versatile accommodation throughout, together with a garage, private off road parking, enclosed garden and impressive distant sea and countryside views. Freehold. EPC D59. Annexe EPC E45.
Sunroom. Living Room. Open plan Kitchen - Diner. Inner Hallway. Study / Bedroom 4.
Bedroom 1. En Suite B1. Bedroom 2. Bedroom 3. Shower Room. Landing.
Parking Area. Garage. Store. Garden.
Vestibule. Inner Hallway. Living Room. Kitchen. Cloakroom. Shower Room.
An exceptional and rare opportunity to purchase an three bedroom, two reception room, two bath/shower room, semi detached period house, with the huge benefit of an attached self contained one bedroom annexe. The property offers spacious versatile accommodation throughout, together with a garage, private off road parking, enclosed garden and impressive distant sea and countryside views.
The spacious period house offers painted rendered external elevations, under a pitched slate tiled roof, UPVC double glazed windows and warmed by an oil fired central heating system. The charming attached one bedroom self contained annexe is called Little Beside, which offers LPG central heating heating and would potentially be ideal for Air BnB for the lucrative holiday business, or alternatively for a dependent relative etc.
The rear enclosed garden is mainly laid to lawn with a paved patio which enjoys lovely far reaching rural views, together offering a gate leading to the private parking area and garage. There is a useful external attached store to the side of the dwelling which incorporates the oil fired boiler. Our vendor has informed ourselves that there could be potential scope for a building plot within the garden ( subject to obtaining the necessary planning requisites ).
This delightful home is within walking distance to the village centre with all it's ammenities on offer, together with easy access to the iconic Cornish coastal footpaths enjoying some of the finest and dramatic sea views the UK has to offer.
The Lizard village Britain's most southerly village is a thriving coastal community throughout the year and has a local public house, junior school, shops,doctors surgery, garage, post office, galleries, restaurants, newsagent and church.The local area has some of the most dramatic coastlines the UK has to offer and is hugely popular with ramblers seeking this iconic destination. Arrive at the Lizard Green and one can walk west, south or east following the land until it stumbles into the ocean. Watch boats of all descriptions nearing the land and coastline, made safe by the mighty Lizard lighthouse which is a world renowned landmark. From Kynance Cove to Lizard Point to Housel Bay and Church Cove, you will be thrilled by the spectacular marine views.
The ancient market town of Helston which is the gateway to the Lizard peninsula is approximately twelve miles away and offers national supermarkets, senior schooling, sports centre and a general eclectic array of shops etc.
Council Tax band D
From Helston drive south on the A3083 towards the Lizard. Just before entering the Lizard village, take the left turning into Cross Common signed Housel Bay. Proceed along this road passing Lusart Drive on the right, and the property can be found on the corner further along on the right hand side.
Mains Electricity ( annexe on a separate meter ). Mains Water shared between the house and Annexe. The Annexe is heated by LPG. The main house is heated by oil central heating. Mains Drainage.
The property is approached from the road where a metal galvanised gate opens onto the footpath leading up to the front UPVC double glazed door opening into the sun room.
3.66m x 1.96m (12' x 6'5")
Window overlooking the front aspect enjoying sea views. Ceramic tiled floor, radiator, wall lighting and glazed door leading into the living room.
5.03m into recess x 3.30m (16'6" into recess x 10'
Window to the front aspect enjoying sea views. Feature central faux fireplace. Radiator, ceiling lighting, opening into the kitchen/diner and door to the inner hallway.
5.56m x 3.68m reducing to 3.07m (18'3" x 12'1" red
An open plan kitchen / diner incorporating a selection of shaker style base / wall storage units, complemented by a wood effect work surfaces and ceramic tiled splashbacks. Inset stainless steel drainer sink fitted with a mono mixer tap. Inset electric hob with extractor canopy above. Integrated high level oven and microwave. Integrated dishwasher, fridge and extending larder rack drawer. Window to front aspect enjoying a sea view. Feature open fireplace with timber pine mantle shelf above together with shelving. Exposed floorboards, ceiling lighting, radiator and UPVC double glazed door to rear garden.
Wall mounted electric distribution board. Storage cupboard, ceiling light and staircase to first floor. Door to study / bedroom 4.
2.77m x 2.16m (9'1" x 7'1")
Window to rear aspect, radiator and ceiling light.
Ascending from the inner hallway to the first floor landing. A winding closed tread carpeted staircase.
Loft access hatch with pull down ladder and light. Ceiling light and paneled doors off to:
Two windows overlooking the front aspect and enjoying sea views. Radiator, ceiling light and door to en-suite.
2.77m x 2.59m (9'1" x 8'6")
An exceptionally generous four piece suite comprising a bath with shower attachment above. Bidet. Low level WC. Pedestal wash hand basin. Electric shaver point above. Ceramic tiling to walls. Radiator, timber paneling to ceiling and window.
4.27m x 2.87m (14' x 9'5")
Window to the front aspect enjoying sea views. Feature period fireplace (no longer in use). Telephone point, built-in wardrobe, radiator and ceiling light.
3.12m maximum x 2.54m maximum (10'3" maximum x 8'4
Window to the rear garden. Built-in bunk beds incorporating storage. Wooden paneled ceiling, radiator and ceiling light.
4.06m x 1.55m (13'4" x 5'1")
Corner shower unit. Pedestal wash hand basin. Low level WC. Two windows fitted with opaque glass. Electric wall heater, radiator, extractor fan and inset ceiling lighting. Ceramic tiling to walls and floor.
3.94m x 2.01m (12'11" x 6'7")
Floor mounted oil fired boiler (Our vendor has informed us this is 2 years old) providing the central heating and hot water to the house. Power and light connected. Window fitted with opaque glass and UPVC double glazed door to side access.
5.16m x 3.84m (16'11" x 12'7")
Metal up and over door. Power and light connected. Wall mounted LPG Worcester boiler providing the central heating for the annexe (LPG bottle storage located outside of the garage). Work bench and ceiling light.
UPVC double glazed door fitted with opaque glass opening into the inner hallway.
Storage cupboard and opening into the living room.
Storage cupboard.Wood burning stove on a slate hearth complemented by alcoves either side with storage. Radiator, window to the side aspect with views to the surrounding fields. Staircase to first floor and door opening into the kitchen.
Selection of base/wall storage units including shelving. Electric oven and hob. Inset one and a half stainless steel drainer sink fitted with a mono mixer tap. Fridge/freezer and washing machine. Tiled flooring, radiator, window to the garden aspect. UPVC double glazed door opening onto the side aspect. Doors to the WC room and also the shower room.
Low level WC. Wash hand basin. Tiled flooring, radiator and window fitted with opaque glass.
Recently refitted comprising a double shower unit incorporating a Mira Jump electric shower. Wash hand basin incorporating a vanity unit. Radiator, tiled flooring, wall mounted electric heater and window fitted with opaque glass.
Windows to both aspects enjoying great rural and sea views. Built in storage cupboard, loft access hatch and ceiling light.
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