3 Bed Semi Detached House  For Sale  Carn Brea Lane  Redruth  Cornwall  TR15 
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TENURE: Freehold
Reference: Quote Houseladder - 159684_1


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Redruth is a small commercial town, with a population recorded in 2001 of 12,352. A museum organised by the Old Cornwall Society is housed in the Town Council office at the bottom of the main street.

Redruth is also home to Carn Brea, which has historical interest. Key shops and other outlets within the town centre include a multi-screen cinema, a covered market way, the Cornish Studies Centre, an old butter market, various antique shops, a second hand book shop and two supermarkets. Off the main high street (Fore Street), there are two separate specialist shopping areas, Bond Street (to the south of the railway station) and Green Lane to the north. The new street landscaping includes wooden seating, with granite furniture, new signposts, street lights and litter bins, and two sets of bronze 'dogs', which were cast from the boots of former tin miners by sculptor David Kemp. Carne Brea Lane is on the West of Redruth, in Pool. The Cottage is very near Heartlands and close to the Health Centre.


From the junction of Penryn Street and West End, in the middle of Redruth head west towards Camborne for 1.8 miles. Turn left into Station Road then left again into Carne Brea Lane. Ivy Cottage (No 15) is on the left as the lane turns to the right.


Ivy Cottage is a classic three bed semi detached cottage comprising lounge, dining room, fitted kitchen and modern bathroom. There are gardens front and rear, with parking at the front and a workshop at the back. The property also has central heating and double glazing.


The property has a walled front garden with a path to the front door. There is parking to the right of the garden with access to the utility room and further parking opposite the cottage. Take the path to the UPVC double glazed front door with leaded lights and enter the lounge.

LOUNGE: 3.93m by 3.81m 12'11" x 12'6"

This room is lit by a double glazed window in the front elevation, there is an electric fire in feature fire place, the ceiling is beamed and doors open to the dining room and kitchen.

Stairs lead up to the first floor and there are two circular windows in the side elevation.

DINING ROOM: 3.92m by 3.20m 12'10" x 10'6"

The dining room has an impressive inglenook fireplace with multi-fuel burner. The ceilings are beamed, there is a double glazed window to the front elevation with leaded lights and with radiator below and the finish includes dado rails.

KITCHEN: 3.47m by 2.49m 11'5" x 8'2"

The traditional kitchen has a range of wooden wall, base and base units, roll edged work-tops housing a cream drainer sink with mixer tap and double glazed window over, there is a built in hob with extractor over and a built in double oven. The kitchen also has space and services for a fridge freezer, washing machine and dishwasher. One door opens to the back garden and another opens to the rear hallway, bathroom and porch.

PORCH: 1.63m by 1.46m 5'4" x 4'9"

The porch gives access to the front parking, has space and services for a dryer and provides access to the kitchen and bathroom. There is hanging space and a cupboard housing the compact boiler.

BATHROOM: 2.16m by 1.66m 7'1" x 5'5"

The white suite comprises; bath with shower and glass screen over, low level WC with close coupled cistern and pedestal wash hand basin. The room has a heated towel rail, is lit by obscure glazed window in the side elevation and the wet areas are tiled.

Return to the lounge and ascend to the landing.


The landing gives access to the bedrooms.

BEDROOM 1: 3.98m by 2.75m 13'1" x 9'0"

The main bedroom has a radiator, a window to the front elevation and has a pair of built in wardrobes.

BEDROOM 3: 1.60m by 1.76m 5'3" x 5'9"

Lit by a double glazed window in the front elevation, this room would make a super home office or nursery and overlooks the approach.

BEDROOM 2: 3.45m by 2.61m 11'4" x 8'7"

Bedroom two has an original fire place, loft hatch, built in cupboards, radiator and a double glazed window in the front elevation.


The garden is terraced, with hard standing adjacent to the cottage, a pleasant seating area on the next level accessed by steps. Further steps lead past beds packed with colourful mature shrubs and on, to a summer house with workshop (currently used as a gym) behind. There are agreeable views over Heartlands





Ref : 6900

COUNCIL TAX: On Application


Immediate vacant possession on completion.
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