One bed character cottage

£200,000
Cherry Tree Cottage, Ludgvan, Cornwall, TR20 8EY
Under Offer

Property Features

  • Beautiful character cottage
  • Two reception rooms
  • Granite fireplace with woodburner
  • Front and rear gardens
  • Popular village location
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About this Property

An absolute gem of a Cornish granite cottage, full of charm and character features and within a few yards of the village pub and historic 14th and 15th century church.  The living accommodation is spacious and versatile for a one bedroom cottage, having been extended at the rear with a dining/day room, in addition to the sitting room and kitchen, which overlooks the rear garden.  On the first floor is a generous double bedroom with bathroom leading off.  The garden provides a lovely sitting-out area and storage shed as well as a pedestrian gate for rear access.  Sold with no chain and vacant possession.  A real find.

An absolute gem of a Cornish granite cottage, full of charm and character features and within a few yards of the village pub and historic 14th and 15th century church.  The living accommodation is spacious and versatile for a one bedroom cottage, having been extended at the rear with a dining/day room, in addition to the sitting room and kitchen, which overlooks the rear garden.  On the first floor is a generous double bedroom with bathroom leading off.  The garden provides a lovely sitting-out area and storage shed as well as a pedestrian gate for rear access.  Sold with no chain and vacant possession.  A real find.

 

LOCATION:

Ludgvan is a picturesque and popular village approximately three and a half miles to the north east of Penzance with easy access to the coast and countryside and enjoying good transport links via the A30 in the neighbouring village of Crowlas and via the mainline rail link to London at Penzance, which also provides good shopping, education and leisure facilities.  Sainsburys and Morrisons supermarkets are even closer at Eastern Green, approximately two miles.  Nearby are the beaches at Long Rock and Marazion, home of the famous St Michaels Mount, where you also find access to the south west coastal path, perfect for walkers.

 

 

T H E   A C C O M M O D A T I O N, with approximate dimensions is as follows:

 

G R O U N D   F L O O R:

 

Covered entrance with stained glass and panelled door to:

 

SITTING ROOM: 14’2” x 10’6” (into window)

Double glazed sash window to front with panelled and louvred shutters and window seat.  Spiral staircase to first floor.  Granite fireplace housing Villager woodburner.  Electric panel radiator.  Oak floor.  Doorway and opening to:

 

 

 

KITCHEN: 14’1” x 6’3”

Ceramic tiled floor.  Hand-built timber cupboards with tiled and roll edge work surfaces with inset stainless steel single drainer sink unit and four ring ceramic hob.  Slot-under double oven.  Built-in shelves and cupboards including full height cupboards housing washing machine and dishwasher.  Space for fridge or fridge/freezer.  Built-in bookshelves.  Small-pane sash window to rear.  Open beams.  Fully glazed double doors to:

 

 

 

 

DINING/GARDEN ROOM: 15’1” x 8’6”

Timber floor.  Double glazed windows and half glazed stable door to rear garden.  Timber clad ceiling with two velux windows.  Electric panel radiator.

 

 

F I R S T   F L O O R:

 

BEDROOM:  14’3” x 9’7”

Double glazed sash window to front.  Two built-in wardrobes with shelves and hanging rails.  Original stripped pine floorboards.  Door to:

 

 

 

 

 

BATHROOM:  11’4” x 5’3” widening to 6’10”

Fitted floorboards.  Three piece suite comprising panelled bath with instant heat electric shower over.  Pedestal wash basin.  Low level WC.  Double glazed sash window to rear.  Built-in storage cupboards.

 

O U T S I D E:

To the front is a token garden setting the property nicely back from the road and at the rear is an attractive well-planted terraced garden with gravelled terraces & red brick steps and retaining walls, making the perfect spot for sitting out or a little al fresco dining.  Storage shed/workshop and access gate giving pedestrian access to the side and front of the cottage.

GENERAL INFORMATION:

SERVICES:

Water, drainage and electricity

OUTGOINGS:

Council Tax:  Band ‘TBA’

Local Authority: Cornwall Council Tel: 0300 1234 100

Water Rates:  South West Water Authority.

Tel: 0844 346 1010

 

TENURE:       FREEHOLD.

VIEWING:  Strictly by prior appointment with the agents.

 

DIRECTIONS:

Leave Penzance in an easterly direction along the A30 and as you enter the village of Crowlas turn immediately left signposted Ludgvan, through Lower Quarter and proceed up the hill towards Ludgvan Churchtown, where the property will be found approximately 50 yards before the White Hart public house on your right hand side.