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  • Bedrooms: 2
An ideal opportunity to acquire this two bedroom semi-detached bungalow which is set in a pleasant cul-de-sac location on this popular Summerheath development, within walking distance of the village centre and all the amenities it has to offer.

The bungalow was built by Messrs Wimpey Homes to NHBC standards of the day, with this Kingfisher design probably being one of the most popular on this development. The property itself has pleasing red brick and rendered elevations complemented by UPVC double glazed windows, doors and a conservatory.

As you can see by the photographs, the bungalow is in need of some modernisation, certainly in the kitchen area and complete refreshment of the decoration throughout allowing new owners the chance to create a home to their own taste. The bungalow also has gas central heating by radiators.

The accommodation includes a sitting room, galley style kitchen, inner hallway, re-modelled shower room/wc, two bedrooms that both provide access to a double glazed conservatory which spans the rear elevation and overlooks the gardens. Outside at the front, there is a herringbone brick front garden laid for ease of maintenance and a long tarmacadam driveway which is partially gated and provides parking for a number of vehicles. There is the possibility of building a garage alongside (subject to normal planning permission and building regulations). At the rear of the property, the gardens offer a paved patio area and circular raised rockery with pathway that are in need of cultivation.

This well served village has a good range of every day facilities including a convenience store with sub Post Office and off licence, hairdressers, a lively community hall, infant and junior school, a recently refurbished public house (under new management) and slightly further afield, Falmouth University (Tremough Campus), the Asda superstore and Argal Water Park. There are good transport routes by road using your own vehicle or public transport to Penryn, the harbour town of Falmouth, the cathedral city of Truro and to the West, the ancient market town of Helston which is a gateway to rugged Lizard Peninsula.

As our clients sole agents, we strongly recommend an immediate viewing to secure this property.

Why not call for an appointment to view today?




Having a louvre door meter cupboard, coved cornicing, fitted carpet, a painted and glazed internal door leading to:

SITTING ROOM 4.32m (14'2') x 3.56m (11'8')

into recess.

With UPVC double glazed window overlooking the front garden, one double and one single radiator, coved cornicing, TV aerial point, door to inner hallway, doorway to:

KITCHEN 4.06m (13'4') x 1.75m (5'9')

We believe this to be the original fitted kitchen which offers a range of matching wall and base units, roll top work surfaces and ceramic tiling over, single drainer stainless steel sink unit with chrome easy-on mixer tap, plumbing for washing machine, gas and electric cooker panel, vinyl flooring, double glazed windows providing a dual aspect to the front and side, wall mounted Gloworm gas central heating boiler (not tested), radiator.



Having a deep airing cupboard with slatted shelving and radiator.


Re-modelled with a white suite comprising disable shower area, fully tiled walls, chrome mixer shower, wash hand basin with chrome easy-on mixer tap set on a high gloss white vanity unit, low flush wc, radiator, extractor fan, mirrored bathroom cabinet, access to insulated loft space, frosted double glazed window, vinyl flooring, panelled internal door.

BEDROOM ONE 3.73m (12'3') x 2.57m (8'5')

With sealed unit multi-paned window overlooking the garden through the conservatory, multi-paned internal door, radiator, wood and glazed door leading to the conservatory.

BEDROOM TWO 2.72m (8'11') x 2.59m (8'6')

Again, with radiator, multi-paned windows looking through to the garden, wood and glazed door to:

CONSERVATORY 4.80m (15'9') x 2.44m (8'0')

Of UPVC double glazed construction sat on red brick cavity walls and with tripolycarbonate roofing over. This lovely triple aspect room enjoys plenty of natural light and enjoys a pleasant outlook across the gardens.


A red brick paviour front garden has been laid for ease of maintenance and provides even more parking in addition to the long tarmacadam driveway which gives plenty of space for many vehicles parked in tandem. Alongside the property there are a pair of tall metal gates and there is certainly enough space to construct a garage (subject to the normal planning permission and building regulation approval. The rear gardens offer a paved patio area, central raised rockery with encircling pathway and a timber garden shed to one side. The garden is in need of some cultivation which is perfect for someone with green fingers.

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29/29a Killigrew Street, Falmouth, Cornwall, TR11 3PN

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