This large three bedroom character home has been beautifully updated while maintaining a wealth of period features. There's a stylish blend of historic and contemporary giving the best of both worlds. From the first floor master bedroom window there's a fantastic panoramic view of a large expanse of the the North Cornish Coast to The Atlantic Ocean beyond.
The spacious hallway is a light and bright welcome to the property, the coloured glazing between the vestibule and the inner hallway reminds you that you are in a historic property. You glimpse the kitchen at the end of the hall which has been beautifully fitted with a range of timber fronted units. There's a high sloping ceiling with exposed timber beams. Built in appliances include a gas hob, double oven and integrated extractor fan. Beyond the kitchen there's a practical utility room which also has a WC. The reception rooms are large with high ceilings. The living room has a bay window allowing light to flood in and is connected to the dining room by bi-folding double doors. The first floor landing has space for furniture and makes an ideal study space. There are three generous bedrooms and a surprisingly large bathroom which has been fitted in a contemporary style with a large bath and double shower enclosure. Outside at the front there is a parking area (with double doors to the store room) and there's a low maintenance garden. To the rear, a large part of the garden has been recently decked to create the perfect spot to enjoy the sunset. There's also a lawn and an array of attractive planting. From the rear decking there's an access door to a useful multi-use store/ work / games room. The property has mains gas central heating and double glazing (except in the utility room) and there is additional on street parking available.
Located on the outskirts of Redruth town in Mount Ambrose, the amenities of the town are nearby and for everyday needs there is a handy convenience store. Redruth is a thriving market town with a lively theatre/cinema, pubs, bars, independent shops and chain stores. The main A30 trunk road is easily reached and there is a mainline train station linking to London Paddington. The north Cornish coast is a short drive away and the city of Truro is approximately 10 miles away. The property is on a regular bus route and has a stop in the road outside.