Fore Street,
Landrake - £345,000

A truly stunning, character property located within the sought after village of Landrake. Dating back to 1520, the property is still full of character, yet it has also undergone extensive renovation over the last couple of years, and complete redecoration early this year... so any lucky buyer could just move in and not have to do a thing !

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Fore Street, Landrake, Saltash, PL12

A truly stunning, character property located within the sought after village of Landrake. Dating back to 1520, the property is still full of character, yet it has also undergone extensive renovation over the last couple of years, and complete redecoration early this year... so any lucky buyer could just move in and not have to do a thing !

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NOTE Please be aware that our measurements are purely a guide and should not be relied upon fully. Due to the nature of the cottage & it's uneven walls, measurements can differ

Solid wood entrance doorway, opens through to -

Reception/Dining Room 6.15m x 5.54m (20'2" x 18'2") A tastefully decorated room, with hints of grey, off white and flashes of colour, this room feels very peaceful as well as offering an open sociable space as and when required. The solid oak flooring and the matching ceiling and wall lights all tie in with the character within the room. At each of the windows, there are seating areas, with one end currently used as a cosy snug/reading area. Other features within this room include: Electric, real flame effect woodburner, with decorative, wooden lintel above , two radiators, exposed beams, deep set window sills, built in wooden seat, fitted storage cupboard and stairs with decorative balustrades to the first floor.

Reception Room/Lounge 5.30m x 3.50m (17'5" x 11'6") Rustic, neutral tones with highlights of burnt orange, compliment this room, creating a lovely space to relax in, dimmable wall lights also tie in with the decor and this room also offers exposed beams, two windows (with deep sills) and a radiator.

From the dining room, two steps and a rustic wooden door, take you through to -

Utility Area 3.07m x 1.45m (10'1" x 4'9") White high gloss base units, topped with solid wood surfaces, create a useful utility area, with an integrated washing machine, tastefully hidden away. Wooden flooring, and a painted, exposed stone wall, continues the character , and even the gas boiler is carefully tucked away within another fitted cupboard. From this utility area, there is an opening through to the kitchen, and a doorway through to the downstairs shower room.

Kitchen 5.94m x 3.25m (19'6" x 10'8") This room certainly has the 'Wow' factor, and is finished to a very high standard. The kitchen itself comprises of modern, white, high gloss, wall and base units, and in addition there are some standard and deep pan drawers. One larder units offers a retractable, stainless steel shelving unit, and one other has retractable bins, keeping everything neat and tidy. Worksurfaces are once again, solid wood, and the wall units also offer additional lighting below them. There is a fitted, 5 ring gas hob, with coloured glass splashback and extractor hood above, and there are two intergal, eve level, electric ovens. Other fitted appliances include a intergrated fridge/freezer and dishwasher. On the other side of the kitchen you will find a contemporary one and a half bowl, sink and drainer, with mixer tap and coloured glass splashback, which sits next to the windows/ french doors , overlooking the garden. Above you the ceiling is smooth, with a skylight window and fitted spotlights. Switches and plug sockets within this room are of a brushed steel effect, and for heating there is a slim line, vertical radiator. The wooden flooring continues in this room, along with an exposed stone, wall (with period hooks still intact) , so although this room is a modern extension to an older property, the character is still there ! From this room you access the garden and there is also an internal doorway through to the garage/workshop.

Downstairs Cloakroom/Shower Room 3.94m x 1.35m (12'11" x 4'5") Originally the galley kitchen, this excellent addition was created and has been finished to a lovely standard, offering that ever so handy second WC and washing facilities, The colour scheme is light greys and whites, with tiling to the floor and walls. Little recesses here and there create useful shelving spots, and there is a wall mounted heated towel rail, within easy reach. White WC & wash hand basin and a walk in shower unit, with glass doors and privacy panel. For ventilation there is frosted window , opening to the rear of the property and for storage, there is a spacious fitted cupboard.

From the dining room, wide wooden stairs (with carpet runner) rise to the first floor.

Landing From the landing the three bedrooms and the bathroom can be accessed by beautiful, rustic style wooden doors, with latch openings, there is also a radiator, recessed shelving, tiny, roof light window and the loft access point.

Master Bedroom 4.34m x 3.70m (14'3" x 12'2") A delightful double bedroom, decorated with neutral tones, and a touch of duck egg blue. The tasteful, fitted wardrobes are deceptively deep, and therefore offer a tremendous amount of hanging and storage space (which the current owner will certainly miss!) With two front facing windows (with deep sills) there is a lovely amount of light entering the room, and you are reminded of the character by some quirky, recessed shelving and a beautiful, feature fireplace.

Bedroom Two 4.27m x 3.33m (14'0" x 10'11") Another generous double bedroom, tastefully decorated with a very luxurious feel. Once again there is a gorgeous feature fireplace and this room also has the benefit of two front facing windows. Tucked away into one of the corners is a very handy and larger than expected storage cupboard, and for heating there is a radiator within this room as well.

Bedroom Three 3.45m x 3.15m (11'4" x 10'4") It may be the smallest of the three bedrooms, but it is still a wonderful double room, and the exposed, painted stone wall, adds to the character once more. There is also the benefit of fitted wardrobes, a radiator and a single, front facing window.

Bathroom Only recently finished , this bathroom will not disappoint. It is decorated to a very high standard, using greys and whites for the colour scheme, and although it has a lovely modern feel and finish, there are still hints of character within the fittings and the stunning tiled floor. The bathroom suite itself comprises of the WC, modern wash hand basin with vanity drawers underneath, and mirrored cabinet above, and the bath, with shower attachment above. A frosted, window lets in plenty of light and for additional ventilation there is an extractor fan on stand by . A heated towel rail is also fitted and within easy reach.

Garden To the rear of the property there is a pretty, fully enclosed, cottage garden, that is sheltered and gets full sun during the day. As you enter the garden from the property, you have a small shed with power on your left and then half a dozen steps take you up to the garden, which consists of a pretty lawn, and a paved seating area, both of which are bordered with well established flowers, plants and shrubs. In one corner of the garden there is a useful, stone built storage shed, and there is also the added benefit of an outside light and outside tap.

Garage/Workshop Originally the forge area for the 'old Smithy' this space, still oozes with character and is a real step back in time with it's exposed stone walls, old forge fireplace, exposed beams and cobbled floor. With double doors, this area could easy be used as a garage and/or workshop, as it already offers power, lighting, workbenches and storage. There is also a good degree of natural light with three, front facing windows. ** This room is a fantastic size, the full height of the property (ie two storeys) and could lend itself to further conversion - subject to any necessary planning consents etc **

Windows Our vendor has advised us that all of the windows are hardwood, double glazed and in good condition. The glass/double glazed panels to the front of the property were all replaced by our vendor within the first year of ownership.

Services Mains water and drainage, electric and gas. Gas fired central heating.

Council Tax Band D

From the Tamar Bridge, proceed through the tunnel and up to the roundabout taking the second exit signposted A 38/Liskeard. Follow the A38 for approximately three miles and on reaching the village of Landrake, turn left marked 'Village Centre', just before the road bridge. Follow the road around to the right , and the property will be located on your right hand side.
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Iain Christie, Saltash - Branch Manager

Excellent service from beginning to end. All members of the Bradleys team I dealt with during the sale process were professional in all matters. They were calm when I became impatient! Just an excellent all round service! I have employed them in the past to sell another property and will use them again if the opportunity arises.

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