Penryn

£435,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
We are delighted to offer as the developers sole agents, this SUPERB BRAND NEW FOUR BEDROOM DETACHED RESIDENCE set in a great location in the centre of this well served popular village at Mabe and commanding far reaching views across the countryside towards Penryn and Falmouth and the sea on the horizon.

This quality home was built with high energy efficiency in mind using high standards of insulation, double glazed windows and doors, together with air source heat pump under floor heating on the ground floor and radiators to the first floor.

The house comes with a 10 year Build-Zone guarantee which is a warranty accepted by the construction industry and financial institutions, allowing clients to buy a quality home with confidence.

The house has distinctive larch wood and white rendered elevations complemented by polished granite pathways and a terrace to the rear. The developers have finished the property to a high standard with imagination and style that one would expect in a quality residence.

Many features await new owners including a fabulous fitted kitchen and separate utility room with built-in appliances, light oak finish internal doors, two beautiful bathrooms, inset ceiling spotlights, broad bi-fold doors in the lounge leading to the gardens.

The well planned and proportioned accommodation includes on the ground floor, the reception hall, cloakroom/wc, open plan lounge and dining room which leads to a beautiful luxury kitchen and from there, a door leads into a utility room. On the first floor there is a principal bedroom with en-suite shower room, three further bedrooms and a luxurious family bathroom.

The house is approached over a long tarmac driveway which leads into a parking area and a single garage. There are open plan front gardens with a pathway leading to the side with the rear garden having extensive polished granite terrace and turfed lawns enclosed by timber fencing.

The village itself has a wide range of local amenities including infant and junior school, community centre, well stocked convenience store with off licence and sub Post Office, hairdressers, the refurbished New Inn public house which is under new management, Falmouth University (Tremough Campus) and on the far side of the village, Argal Reservoir Water Park.

THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES:

A pathway from the driveway leads to:

COMPOSITE DOUBLE GLAZED FRONT DOOR WITH LONG STEEL HANDLE LEADING INTO:

RECEPTION HALL

A delightful introduction to the home having a staircase to the first floor, under stairs storage cupboard, ceramic tiled flooring, inset ceiling spotlights, light oak finish internal door leading to principal rooms.

LOUNGE AND DINING ROOM

LOUNGE 6.48m (21'3') x 3.38m (11'1')

DINING SECTION 3.58m (11'9') x 2.77m (9'1')

A fabulous, bright open plan L-shaped reception area which enjoys a light dual aspect and super views through broad bi-fold double glazed doors across the gardens and countryside towards Penryn River and Falmouth Bay in the distance and towards St Austell in the East, inset ceiling spotlights, TV aerial point, double glazed window enjoying a pleasant outlook over the front aspect, under floor heating, open plan to:

FITTED KITCHEN 4.34m (14'3') x 2.87m (9'5')

A superb quality fitted kitchen equipped with a full range of contrasting wall and base units, soft closers, stone effect work surfaces, complementary metro tiling over, central island unit which has a composite sink unit and a contemporary chrome directional mixer tap over, built-in cupboards under and breakfast bar, a range of built-in appliances including an electric ceramic hob and extractor hood over, electric fan assisted oven and microwave oven over, wine refrigerator, built-in refrigerator, freezer and dishwasher, inset ceiling spotlights, ceramic tiled flooring with under floor heating and double glazed casement doors leading to the terrace and garden enjoying much the same views as the lounge. An oak finish internal door leads to:

UTILITY ROOM 2.90m (9'6') x 1.83m (6'0')

Well equipped with a range of matching wall and base unit in high gloss white, stone effect roll top work surfaces, soft closers, space for washing machine and tumble dryer, composite single drainer sink unit with chrome directional mixer tap over, Dove Grey metro tiling, double glazed window overlooking the front aspect, extractor fan, central ceiling light, continue ceramic tiled flooring with under floor heating, door to outside.

TURNING STAIRCASE FROM HALL TO FIRST FLOOR LANDING

Access to insulated loft space, double radiator, airing cupboard with pressurised hot water system.

PRINCIPAL BEDROOM 3.99m (13'1') x 3.15m (10'4')

A delightful main bedroom with two UPVC double glazed windows enjoying splendid elevated views across the countryside to the Penryn River, Carrick Roads and Falmouth Bay on the horizon, double radiator, TV aerial point, central ceiling light, light oak internal door, second light oak internal door to:

EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM

Luxuriously appointed with a white suite comprising; walk-in double tiled shower cubicle with chrome mixer shower and sliding glass screen, wash hand basin set on a high gloss white vanity unit, contemporary chrome mixer tap, tiled surround and incorporated low flush wc, chrome heated towel rail, extractor fan, ceramic tiled flooring, shaver point, frosted double glazed window.

BEDROOM TWO 3.40m (11'2') x 2.90m (9'6')

plus recess 1.22m (4'0') x 1.07m (3'6')

Again, with a double glazed window enjoying a pleasant outlook over the front aspect, double radiator, TV aerial point, light oak finish internal door.

BEDROOM THREE 3.23m (10'7') x 3.07m (10'1')

With a double glazed window enjoying an outlook over the front aspect, double radiator, oak finish internal door.

BEDROOM FOUR 3.02m (9'11') x 2.16m (7'1')

plus 2.01m (6'7') x 1.12m (3'8')

A generous L-shaped bedroom with double glazed window enjoying superb elevated views over the surrounding countryside to Carrick Roads and Falmouth Bay to the horizon, double radiator, light oak finish internal door.

FAMILY BATHROOM 2.01m (6'7') x 1.98m (6'6')

Luxuriously appointed with a white suite comprising panelled bath, contemporary chrome easy-on mixer tap, chrome mixer shower, fully tiled surround and screening, china wash hand basin with contemporary chrome mixer tap set in a high gloss white vanity unit and incorporated low flush wc, tiled surround and shaver point over, chrome heated towel rail, ceramic tiled flooring, frosted double glazed window, extractor fan, light oak finish internal door.

OUTSIDE

Steps lead from the driveway onto a polished granite pathway which runs across the front of the property and down to the side and continues as a broad terrace at the rear providing an ideal place to relax and entertain your family and friends. There is a turfed lawn with quality timber fenced boundaries and a tarmac driveway leading to:

SINGLE GARAGE 6.00m (19' 8') x 3.00m (9' 10')

internally.

With up and over door, lighting and power and parking for two/three vehicles.

SERVICES

Mains drainage, water (metered), electricity.

COUNCIL TAX

to be confirmed.

SAVE THE PLANET AND YOUR ENERGY BILL

Typically, we use gas to heat our homes and hot water in the UK. An average family of four living in a four-bedroom house spends on average £617 a year on gas and £659 on electricity. This calculation assumes an electricity price of 14.33p per kWh and a gas price of 3.63p per kWh.*

However, gas prices will increase over the coming years, both due to government policy and the climate agreement.

In a typical household, more than half of your fuel bill is for providing heating and hot water. A fully electric heat pump uses electricity instead of gas to heat your house and produce hot tap water. You'll save considerably on gas, while your electricity cost increases. For homes without a gas supply which are reliant on oil for heating, the savings can be even more significant.

What could I save?

According to the Energy Saving Trust, by installing an air-source heat pump in an average sized, four-bedroom detached home you could save:

• £560 - £650 a year compared with an old G-rated gas boiler

• £930 - £1,100 a year compared with an old G-rated oil boiler

• £1,065 - £1,315 a year compared with electric storage heaters

• £1,365 - £1,610 a year compared with an old G-rated LPG boiler

Even with a new A-rated boiler, you could still save up to £660.

Plus, your carbon savings range from 1980kg compared to a new A-rated boiler, to a huge 7100kg compared with an old G-rated oil boiler.

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