Bakers Row, Breage, Helston


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
An opportunity to purchase an enchanting, two double bedroom, mid terraced character cottage with the benefit of a beautifully stocked front garden, a detached garage and walking distance to the village centre. As sole acting agents we thoroughly recommend a viewing to appreciate this lovely cottage. Freehold. EPC G15.



Vestibule. Living Room Area. Dining Room Area. Kitchen. Shower Room.


Bedroom 1. Bedroom 2. Landing.


Long front garden. Detached Garage. Rear yard.


Situated within the centre of the highly sought after residential village of Breage. An opportunity to purchase an enchanting, two double bedroom, mid terraced character cottage of much charm, with the benefit of a beautifully stocked front garden, a detached garage and walking distance to the village centre.

The period cottage which is set well back from Bakers Row, offers a delightful exposed stone external front facade, under a pitched tiled roof and an exceptionally generous well stocked garden. The property has been stylishly internally decorated throughout in pastel shades, naturally complementing the character of this period home.

Upon entering the vestibule, a door opens into the character open plan living/dining room which offers the character open granite built fireplace and a bay window overlooking the garden. A door opens from the dining room into the contemporary kitchen which in turn leads into the generous shower room. An external door leads out from the kitchen into the rear yard which backs onto Reppersfield Row. A staircase ascends from the dining area to the first floor accommodation which provides two double bedrooms. The master bedroom enjoys delightful views over the front garden and towards the Church.

A pair of granite piers support a wrought iron gate which opens onto the meandering footpath which 'flows' through the pretty cottage style garden offering a plethora of specimen plants, shrubs and flowering bulbs providing much colour throughout the summer months. The garden also offers a paved patio, small lawn, water feature and a vegetable growing area.


The delightful residential village of Breage is located just off the A394 just west of Helston, and within a short drive to the spectacular southern Cornish coastline. The village has a charming atmosphere and offers an excellent junior school, general store, public house and a post office. The villages of Carleen, Godolphin and Porthleven are nearby offering schooling, post office, shops, public houses, and restaurants etc. The larger towns of Helston and Penzance are within easy vehicular reach providing a larger array of amenities such as large national branded supermarkets, senior schools etc.


From Helston, drive along the A394 towards Breage. Approaching Breage, turn right into Shute Hill, then turn left into Sethnoe Way at the T junction. Drive along this road passing the Queens Arms pub on left hand side and Bakers Row can be found on the right hand side. The cottage is located further down the lane on the left.


( All dimensions and floor plans are approximate )

The property is approached from Bakers Row, where next to the detached garage, a pair of granite piers support a wrought iron gate which opens onto the meandering footpath which 'flows' through the pretty cottage style garden to the front door opening into the vestibule.


1.45m x 0.64m (4'9 x 2'1 )

Window overlooking the front garden, vinyl tiled floor and ceiling light. Glazed door opening into the open plan living and dining room areas.

Living Room Area

4.90m x 3.05m ( maximum ) (16'1 x 10' ( maximum )

A delightful character living room which is basically open plan with the dining area. Lovely feature bay window overlooking the front garden. Feature period granite built open fireplace complemented by massive supporting granite piers and lintel. Log store to side of fireplace. TV/telephone points, inset ceiling lighting and opening into the dining area.

Dining Area

4.17m x 2.24m (13'8 x 7'4 )

Built in base/wall storage cupboards complemented by a display shelf. Under stairs storage cupboard, inset ceiling lighting and smoke detector. Staircase ascending to the first floor accommodation. Wooden glazed door to kitchen.


3.25m x 2.54m reducing to 1.96m (10'8 x 8'4 redu

A smartly presented contemporary kitchen comprising a selection of painted base/wall storage units, complemented by steel handles, soft closing doors/drawers, oak effect work surfaces and ceramic tiled splash backs. Inset one and a half stainless steel drainer sink fitted with a mono mixer tap. Inset electric hob. Integrated fridge/freezer, high level oven and micro wave. Ceramic tiled floor with under floor heating, high level 'Velux' window and a modern wall mounted electric distribution board. Inset ceiling lighting, and smoke detector. Two windows and glazed door leading out into the rear yard with access onto Reppersfield Row. Door to the shower room.

Shower Room

3.05m x 1.47m (10' x 4'10 )

A smartly presented contemporary shower room comprising a large enclosed shower protected by a fixed splash screen. Low level WC. Ornate patterned circular wash bowl fitted with a copper tap with storage cupboards below incorporating a washing machine and dishwasher. Part ceramic tiling to walls. Under floor heating. Window fitted with opaque glass, extractor fan, inset ceiling lighting and a copper plated electric towel rail.


Ascending from the dining area to the first floor landing. A closed tread carpeted staircase fitted with a newel post, handrail and wrought iron balustrade.


A small first floor landing with doors off to :-

Bedroom One

4.95m maximum x 2.77m maximum (16'3 maximum x 9'1

Window overlooking the delightful front garden with views towards the local Church. Wall lighting, TV point and a small overhead storage cupboard.

Bedroom Two

3.58m x 2.59m (11'9 x 8'6 )

Window to the rear aspect. Built in storage cupboards, TV point and wall lighting.


Detached Garage

5.44m x 3.43m (17'10 x 11'3 )

Metal 'up and over' door directly backing onto Bakers Row. Windows, mono sloping roof and pedestrian door to the garden footpath.

Agents Note 1

The above property details should be considered as a general guide only for prospective purchasers. Olivers Estate Agents does not have any authority to give any warranty in relation to the property. We would like to bring to the attention of any purchaser that we have endeavoured to provide a realistic description of the property, no specific survey or detailed inspection has been carried out relating to the property, services, appliances and any further fixtures and fittings/equipment. If double glazing has been stated in the details, the purchaser is advised to satisfy themselves as to the type and amount of double glazing fitted to the property. We recommend all buyers to carry out their own survey/investigations relating to the purchase of any of our properties. All measurements, floor plans, dimensions and acreages are approximate and therefore should not be relied upon for accuracy.

Agents Note 2

There is a historic pedestrian right of way in front of the property in favour of the vendor and adjoining cottages. We have been informed by our vendor it is very seldom used.

We have been advised by our vendor that a Green Grant is available to homeowners to potentially apply for insulation and double glazing etc. We advise any buyer to carry out their own research on this matter.

Anti Money Laundering Regulations - Buyers

Please note it is a legal requirement that we require verified ID from purchasers before instructing a sale. Please also note we shall require proof of funds before we instruct the sale, together with instructed solicitors, and a data protection notice for buyers will require signing.

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