Gweek, Helston

£295,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
A wonderful opportunity to purchase an attractive westerly facing quintessential three bedroom, two reception room, mid terraced Victorian cottage, offering spacious accommodation, with the benefit of private parking, garden, and a near creek side location in the delightful village of Gweek. As sole acting agents we strongly recommend a viewing. EPC G12

SUMMARY OF ACCOMMODATION

GROUND FLOOR

Entrance Hall. Living Room. Dining Room. Kitchen. Rear Porch. Store Room with WC.

FIRST FLOOR

Three Bedrooms. Bathroom. Landing.

OUTSIDE

Front lawn garden. Private Parking. Small rear yard.

THE PROPERTY

An absolute gem of a classic, westerly facing, period mid terraced Victorian cottage, offering three bedrooms, two reception rooms, garden, private parking, creek views, and located in the delightful and picturesque village of Gweek. The property has a plethora of period features including a gorgeous mellow stone elevation, complemented by granite quoins, lintels, traditional wooden sash windows, together with a granite fireplace and period paneled doors.

This stunning and quirky period cottage offers surprisingly spacious accommodation, while retaining a wealth of inherent charm/character, and offers a delightful 'rustic feel' from a bygone era. Situated in an elevated setting, the residence offers a gently sloping westerly facing front garden, enjoying views towards the creek, and sylvan valley views beyond. This idyllic period home nestles close to the source of the tidal Helford River, and conveniently only a short walk to the highly regarded local Black Swan pub, and the excellent shop/post office.

Upon entering the generous hallway, a door opens into the dining room, and a staircase ascends to the first floor accommodation. The dining room offers a fabulous granite built fireplace incorporating a solid fuel Rayburn stove providing the central heating (Refer to Agents Note 3) and hot water. Doors lead off respectively from the dining room, to the kitchen and living room. The charming living room also has another fireplace, and great views are to be enjoyed towards the creek from the front aspect.

The kitchen is located at the rear of the property where a door leads out into the rear porch, and the external small yard. The useful rear store/WC is accessed from the back yard. A staircase ascends from the hallway to the first floor accommodation which offers three bedrooms, and a generous bathroom.

Without doubt this lovely period cottage will appeal to retirement, local family, second home and investment buyers alike wishing to own a property in this sought after location, where Helston is only a ten minute drive away offering many supermarkets, and an eclectic array of individual shops.

LOCATION

The quaint rural village of Gweek nestles within a sheltered sylvan valley setting at the tidal limits of the Helford River. The superb day sailing waters can be accessed via the nearby boatyard, where the river meanders along the scenic shoreline and eventually flows into Falmouth Bay. The area offers many splendid walks nearby, such as the famous Cornish footpath giving access to both north and south shorelines of the Helford River. The area is a natural haven for wildlife along the sheltered creeks, and the village hosts the National Seal Sanctuary which is an enormous attraction for summer visitors. The village offers a public house, local shop/post office, garage and a local bus service to Helston and Falmouth areas. The well respected market town of Helston is only approx six miles distant offering an eclectic array of shops, schools and national supermarkets.

DIRECTIONS

From Helston, drive past the airfield, and turn left signed Gweek. Once arriving in Gweek, continue a small way crossing the bridge, and just past Meneth on the right hand side, there is a turning again on the right which leads to Rose Terrace. Rose Terrace is conveniently just before the post office and the pub.

THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES

( All dimensions are approximate )

The property is approached from the private parking area, where a footpath leads through the garden, and onto granite steps to the front painted wooden panelled door opening into:-

ENTRANCE HALLWAY

Telephone point, ceiling light, and staircase ascending to the first floor. Painted panelled door opening into the dining room.

DINING ROOM

3.68m x 3.15m (12'1 x 10'4 )

Feature granite fireplace incorporating a solid fuel 'Rayburn' stove which provides the central heating and hot water (Refer to Agents Note 3). Storage shelving either side of the fireplace. Under stairs storage cupboard. Ceiling light and internal window to the rear porch. Openings to the living room and kitchen.

LIVING ROOM

3.10m x 2.82m (10'2 x 9'3 )

Feature open fireplace with a lined chimney and space for a solid fuel stove. Sash window overlooking the front garden including creek views. Low level storage cupboards fitted either side of the fireplace. Exposed wooden floor boards, radiator and ceiling light.

KITCHEN

2.72m x 2.41m (8'11 x 7'11 )

'Belfast' style sink fitted with a mono mixer tap. Space provided for an electric cooker complemented by a coloured glazed splash back. Space provided for a fridge. Wall mounted electric meter and consumer unit. Radiator, internal window to rear store, ceiling light, and glazed door to the rear porch.

REAR PORCH

2.90m x 1.14m (9'6 x 3'9 )

Window to the rear aspect. Mono sloping polycarbonate roof, wall light, and door to the rear yard.

REAR YARD

A small enclosed rear yard. The adjacent wooden gate ( owned by the neighbouring property ) gives pedestrian access through the neighbouring rear yard, and around to the front of the property (See Agents Note 2). Door to store room.

STORE ROOM

2.57m x 2.39m plus 1.42m x 1.04m (8'5 x 7'10 plu

Plumbing and space provided for a washing machine. Water tap, WC, light, and mono sloping corrugated roof.

STAIRCASE

A closed tread carpeted staircase, ascends from the entrance hallway to the first floor landing.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING

Loft access hatch (attic is insulated and a light connected). Ceiling light, and painted panelled doors off to :-

BEDROOM ONE

3.89m x 2.87m (12'9 x 9'5 )

Sash window enjoying front garden and creek views. Feature period fireplace on a slate hearth. Exposed wooden floor boards, built-in wardrobe and ceiling light.

BEDROOM TWO

3.02m x 2.06m (9'11 x 6'9 )

Sash window to rear aspect with built in low level cupboards below. Exposed wooden floor boards, and ceiling light.

BEDROOM THREE

2.87m x 1.88m (9'5 x 6'2 )

Sash window to front aspect, exposed wooden floor boards, and ceiling light.

BATHROOM

2.26m x 2.08m (7'5 x 6'10 )

A quality period style suite comprising an enameled high back bath supported by ball and claw feet. Low level WC. Shower cubicle fitted with a 10 kw electric shower unit. Wash hand basin supported on a plinth table. Airing cupboard incorporating the hot water storage cylinder, and wooden slatted shelving. Exposed wooden floor boards, ceiling light, and window fitted with opaque glass.

SERVICES

Mains Water. Mains Electricity. Private Communal Drainage (shared with the four properties in the terrace).

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

We have been informed by our vendor that a pedestrian right of way exists in favour of the vendor through the neighbouring property in order to access the back yard from the front of the property. We advise any prospective purchasers to acquaint themselves with the pedestrian right of way through the title deeds.

AGENTS NOTE 3

Our vendors would like to take the Rayburn stove which is not included in the sale. However, the Rayburn can be subject to negotiation during the sale process.

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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65 Meneage Street, Helston, Cornwall

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