Enjoying a pleasant setting in the highly regarded residential area of Prazegooth, Cadgwith, set in generous sized gardens, which approach one third of an acre, is this spacious, three bedroom semi detached Cornish cottage.
Being a short walk from the south west coastal footpath and backing onto open countyside, Prazegooth Cottage, which does require some updating to realise its full potential, boasts much charm and character and comprises in brief of an entrance porch, 20” sitting room with feature Inglenook fire place and from here a door leads through to the kitchen/ breakfast room with utility room and cloakroom. On the first floor, there is a w.c., bathroom, and three bedrooms. The property benefits from majority UPVC double glazing and is warmed by electric night storage heating.
Outside, the gardens are to the rear and are in need of considerable work to restore them to their former glory. They measure approximately one third of an acre with two sides backing on to open countryside. The gardens are well established and provide a good selection of plants and trees. There is a parking area which leads to the detached garage. There is also a useful range of outbuildings which include two greenhouses, garden shed and further storage area.
Today Cadgwith functions as a small fishing cove with fishermen seen bringing in their haul and working on their boats. Also the cove has an extremely popular public house which is home to the famous Cadgwith Singers, who are well known for their repertoire of traditional folk songs. For day to day needs the village of Ruan Minor is a short distance away and boasts an active community with many clubs, societies and organisations, primary school, local store/post office, Anglican Church, Methodist Chapel and doctor's surgery. In the area is the National Trust's picturesque Kynance Cove, the village of the Lizard, which is mainland Britain's most Southerly Point and the stretches of golden sands at Kennack.
Comprehensive schooling is available in the nearby village of Mullion, which lies approximately four miles distant, where there is a doctor's surgery, pharmacy and a good selection of shops. The market town of Helston is approximately ten miles away and includes a good range of amenities having a sports centre with indoor swimming pool and a variety of national stores.
THE ACCOMODATION COMRPISES MEASUREMENTS APPROX)
From the side of the property, steps lead up to covered entrance area with door leading through to
With door to
W.C. 4'8 X 3'11
Coloured suite with low level W.C., pedestal wash handbasin, heated towel rail, bathroom cabinet with light over, electric meter/fuseboard and window to side elevation.
UTILITY ROOM 8’9” X 8’9”
Range of pine fronted base and wall units and drawers, worktops surfacing incorporating a single bowl stainless steel sink unit and window to side elevation. There is plumbing for a washing machine, door leading through to the
KITCHEN/ BREAKFAST ROOM 12’3” X 12’11”
Fitted kitchen with a range of base and wall units, roll top and drawers, roll top work surfaces incorporating a one and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit with drainer, plumbing for dishwasher, cooker socket and staircase to first floor. Window to rear elevation and double doors through to
SITTING ROOM 20’3” (PLUS RECESS TO SIDE OF INGLENOOK) X 12'2
Beamed ceilings, dual aspect, one window having a seat, feature Inglenook fireplace with granite lintel over, night storage heater, alcove with cupboard having glass display shelving, door through to
FRONT PORCH 4’1” X 3’7”
Having stable door leading out to the front of the property.
LANDING 16’0” IN LENGTH
Night storage heater, loft hatch to roof space, doors to three bedrooms, bathroom and W.C.
W.C. 5’11” X 2’9”
Low level W.C. and window.
BATHROOM 10’6” X 5’7”
Coloured suite with panelled bath, shower, shower pole and curtain, wash hand basin in vanity unit with cupboard and drawers under, mirror with shelf over, heated towel rail, electric wall mounted heater, partial tiling to the walls, dual aspect with windows to front and side aspect.
BEDROOM ONE 13’6” X 11’9”
Canopied ceiling, dual aspect, night storage heater
Window to front aspect, night storage heater, wash hand basin in vanity unit with splash back, built in double wardrobe.
BEDROOM THREE 11’11” X 7’2”
Having window, part canopied ceiling, deep built in storage cupboard.
To the front, a driveway leads to the
Outside, the gardens are all to the rear with two sides backing onto open countryside. The gardens are well established and do need attention, but provide a good selection of plants and trees. There is a useful range of outbuildings including two greenhouses, garden shed, further storage area and the remains of a poly tunnel.
SERVICES - mains electricity and drainage, metered water.
ANTI MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATIONS
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PROOF OF FINANCE – PURCHASERS
Prior to agreeing a sale, we will require proof of financial ability to purchase which will include an agreement in principle for a mortgage and/or proof of cash funds.
EPC’S FOR RENTAL PROPERTIES
As from the 1st April 2018 there is a requirement for any properties rented out in the private rental sector to normally have a minimum energy efficiency rating of E on an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC). The regulations now apply to new lets and renewals of tenancies and for all existing tenancies on 1st April 2020. It will be unlawful to rent a property which breaches the requirement for a minimum E rating, unless there is an applicable exemption.
DATE DETAILS PREPARED
18th AUGUST 2018