Semi Detached House
Penryn is a small but busy town near to the port of Falmouth and just 9 miles from Truro. It lies on a promontory between two creeks and is a centre for sailing with its boatyards and chandlers. Penryn dates back to the thirteenth century and its narrow cobbled streets and old buildings reflect its historical past.
There are several restaurants, cafs and pubs in the town and lovely sandy beaches are within a short distance, while there are many walks through woodland and along river banks.
From the Hillhead roundabout (Cannon and Anchor) head east on the A39 down hill towards Falmouth, at the next roundabout (after 0.4 miles) take the first exit towards Penryn. After another 0.4 miles go left at the traffic lights. Climb the hill and take the first left after the clock tower, pass the car park, turn right at the T junction and climb the hill, fork right after 200 yards No 121 is halfway down on the right.
This well presented three bedroom semi-detached house, has full double glazing, an enclosed rear garden, panoramic views over the hills to the west and on street parking. The large lounge has a real fire and a multi fuel stove warms the kitchen diner.
Located down a small Cul-de-sac off Saracen Way, No 121 has very few vehicles passing. There is a front gate with path across the lawn to the sheltered front door and a further entrance to the utility room on the left hand side.
Open the UPVC double glazed front door, the kitchen is to the left, the lounge to the right and the stairs are ahead.
LOUNGE: 5.52m by 3.23m 18'1" x 10'7"
Entered by a white panelled door and lit by double glazed windows in the front and rear elevations, the room has a real fire with marble hearth and wooden surround. There is a TV/Satellite connection and the room is finished with skirting boards and coving.
KITCHEN DINER: 3.96m by 3.31m 12'12" x 10'10"
Equipped with modern range of wall, base and drawer units, with roll edged wood block effect work tops housing a stainless steel drainer sink with taps and double glazed window over. There is ample storage and space for a washing machine, dryer or dishwasher. The room has a multi fuel burner and direct access to the utility room
UTILITY: 2.17m by 2.10m 7'1" x 6'11"
Equipped with matching work tops, which create space for a fridge and freezer, further units, tiled flooring, a double glazed window to the side elevation and access to the side entrance through a double glazed UPVC door. There is a drying area just outside and access to both front and rear gardens.
Take the stairs up to the first floor landing
The landing has a double glazed window to the rear elevation and gives access to the three bedrooms, bathroom (and loft by ceiling hatch).
BEDROOM 1: 3.72m by 3.24m 12'2" x 10'8"
Entered by a white panelled door this well proportioned room has a built in cupboard and is lit by a double glazed window in the front elevation with views to the west.
BATHROOM: 3.23m by 1.68m 10'7" x 5'6"
The new white suite comprises; low level WC with close coupled cistern, pedestal wash hand basin and panelled bath with electric shower over. The room is fully tiled there is a double obscure glazed window in the west elevation.
BEDROOM 2: 3.22m by 2.92m 10'7" x 9'7"
Lit by a double glazed window in the front elevation sharing the views, bedroom 2 also has a built in cupboard.
BEDROOM 3: 2.48m by 2.25m 8'2" x 7'5"
Lit by a double glazed window in the rear elevation overlooking the back garden, bedroom 3 is currently used for storage.
The front garden faces west, there is a convenient side garden for drying and the rear garden is enclosed.
On street parking is available on Saracen Way, there is also a (free) permit controlled car park close by, for local residents.
Electricity, Telephone, Water, Drainage
Immediate vacant possession on completion.
Energy Performance Certificates (EPC)
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