The ancient stannary town of Lostwithiel is a popular Mid-Cornwall location which is steeped in history and renowned for its vibrant community. The property is conveniently situated for quick access to a range of amenities, including a variety of shops, restaurants, public houses, professional services, dentist and health centre. Coulson Park is a short stroll from the property, which is also a nature reserve offering picnic/barbecue areas and beautiful walks along the banks of the River Fowey. Lostwithiel benefits from having a train station on the Penzance to London main line and also a choice of two Primary schools. Secondary schools are available at nearby Fowey (7 miles) and Bodmin (5 miles). A purpose built community centre offers recreational/sporting facilities and is located next to the King George V playing field.
ACCOMMODATION (All sizes approximate):-
Front entrance door into:-
8' 5'' x 8' 3'' (2.56m x 2.51m)
Window to front and side elevations. Radiator. Electric meter box. Three granite steps and and multi-pane double doors opening into:-
Granite flagstone floor. Arched doorways to dining room and kitchen. Door to lounge. Door into:-
Matching low level W.C and vanity wash hand basin with tiled splashback. Granite flagstone floor. Obscure glazed window to rear elevation.
13' 1'' x 12' 10'' (4m x 3.91m)
Beamed ceiling. Feature dark wood panelling to one wall. Large feature fireplace with exposed stonework and granite lintel. Radiator. Telephone point. Window to front and side elevations. French doors opening onto a sun terrace.
14' 3'' x 10' 11'' (4.34m x 3.34m)
Window to front elevation with views of the surrounding countryside. Feature fireplace with exposed stonework, attractive surround and slate hearth. Shelved alcoves. Radiator. Telephone point. Box housing a modern electrical consumer unit.
13' 0'' x 12' 11'' (3.97m x 3.93m) (Measured to front of stairs)
Fitted bespoke range of pine base and drawer units with worktops over. Inset stainless steel sink and drainer unit with mixer tap. Old fireplace with shelved recess and cloam oven beside. Slate flagstone floor. Beamed ceiling. Space for electric cooker. Space for fridge/freezer. Part tiled walls. Telephone point. Window to side elevations. Stairs to first floor with decorative wrought iron balustrade. Part glazed stable door into:-
17' 5'' x 8' 4'' (5.30m x 2.54m)
Lean-to wooden structure with sloping roof. Space and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher. Terracotta tiled floor. Gas meter box. Obscure glazed windows to rear elevation. 'Worcester' gas fired combination boiler. Door to outside.
Access to loft space. Doors to all bedrooms and bathroom.
18' 4'' x 10' 10'' (5.58m x 3.31m)
Window to front elevation with views over the River Fowey and countryside beyond. Radiator. Large built-in wardrobe.
13' 2'' x 11' 3'' (4.01m x 3.42m) (Measured to front of wardrobes)
Window to front and side elevations with views over the River Fowey and countryside beyond. Large built-in wardrobes and drawers. Radiator.
12' 11'' x 8' 3'' (3.94m x 2.52m) (Maximum)
Window to side elevation. Radiator.
9' 10'' x 7' 10'' (3m x 2.40m) (L-Shaped maximum)
Matching suite comprising:- Corner bath with 'Mira' shower over, low level W.C and wash hand basin. Part tiled walls. Heated towel rail. Built-in linen cupboard. Obscure glazed window to side elevation.
To the front of the property are several large raised shrub/flowerbeds, surrounded by wide paved pathways and a seating area. Adjoining the house is a parking area for two cars and wooden steps leading up to a sun terrace which has a balustrade along the front. Underneath is space to store bins etc and an outside tap. Steps and a pathway give access to the back door of the property. A handrail and flowerbed run along the side boundary.
Cornwall Council. Tax Band 'D'.
Entering Lostwithiel from the west on the A390, turn left at the traffic lights into Fore Street and then take the right-hand turning at the Co-Op into Quay Street. Continue past the parking spaces by the river and shortly after turn right into the lane just after the old lime kilns. Penvose House is set back in the top corner.