St Andrews Terrace, Ponsanooth, Truro


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  • Bedrooms: 2
Ideally situated in a highly convenient central village position, a charming character cottage retaining many character features including 2 granite fireplaces, original timber doors and staircase; offering well proportioned accommodation with 2 reception rooms, a large master bedroom and spacious first floor bathroom, also benefiting from a particularly deep south-west facing lawned garden to the rear.


Perfectly positioned for the village amenities, an attractive and desirable stone cottage, boasting tasteful and well proportioned accommodation, which is centrally heated and fitted with double glazed sash windows to the front, as well as a deep and fairly level south-west facing rear garden approaching 10.00m in length.

Inside this character cottage, an entrance hall leads to both ground floor reception rooms, with the sitting room to the front featuring a traditional granite fireplace, the through dining room, with impressive inglenook fireplace and staircase to the first floor, leads to a separate kitchen behind. Also accessed off the dining room is a small conservatory/study which provides direct access onto the garden. On the first floor, a part galleried landing overlooks the timber stairwell and leads to both double bedrooms (the master being particularly spacious) and the light and spacious bathroom to the rear, most tastefully refitted with a modern suite. A good sized loft area provides excellent storage via two ceiling hatches, and possibly the potential for further accommodation (subject to all planning permissions and consents). The rear garden is a real feature of the property, being fairly level, and would be perfect for families, gardeners or anyone requiring southerly-facing outside areas.


St Andrews Terrace is centrally positioned with many of the village amenities 'on the doorstep', including the village shop/post office and school being within a short level walk. Also nearby are the public house, church and bus stop with regular services. Ponsanooth itself is a well positioned and highly popular village, perfectly situated for the surrounding towns of Falmouth, Truro, Redruth and Helston.

The port and university town of Falmouth is approximately five miles distant and provides a full range of shops, restaurants and bars, and of course some of the finest sailing waters in the west country. The cathedral city of Truro is approximately seven miles distant and is the county's retailing, commercial, legal and administrative centre, and has a main-line rail link to London (Paddington). Ponsanooth is also well positioned for the A30 and, therefore, swift access to the county's airport at Newquay with regular flights to London Stansted and Gatwick, as well as other UK and European destinations.


(all dimensions being approximate)

A timber gate with twin granite posts leads into the small front garden, with a stone walled boundary to the front and pathway leading up to the traditional front entrance, with exterior courtesy lighting. An original-style timber front door with double glazed screen over adds natural light into the:-


Tiled floor and high wall mounted trip switches. A timber panelled internal door with clear and stained glazing opens into the:-


Matching timber panelled doors with clear glazing to both sitting and dining rooms.


3.23m x 3.56m (10'7 x 11'8 )

A well proportioned, cosy, sitting room featuring an open granite fireplace with an iron insert rack and slate hearth and timber mantel over. An attractive double glazed timber sash window overlooks the front garden and raised countryside surrounding the village. Two recesses either side of the chimney breast, one with fitted shelving. Two radiators and coved ceiling.


3.78m x 3.75m (12'4 x 12'3 )

Versatile as either a dining or sitting room, a real 'hub of the home'. Currently used as a sitting room, featuring a large granite inglenook fireplace, fitted with a free-standing wood-burner style gas stove on a raised slate covered hearth. Fitted timber cupboards with leaded glazing either side of the fireplace. Traditional timber staircase rising to the part galleried landing with two cupboards under. Exposed beamed ceiling, skirting boards and two radiators. An open doorway leads to the:-


1.59m x 3.05m (5'2 x 10'0 )

An extremely light and appealing double aspect room with modern kitchen units comprising wood-effect cupboards and drawers with roll-top worksurfaces in between and tiled splashback areas. Space for electric oven and extractor hood over, space and plumbing for dishwasher beneath the stainless steel sink with mixer tap and drainer. Two uPVC double glazed windows to the side and rear, overlooking the rear garden. Space for large fridge/freezer. Tiled floor and adjustable ceiling spotlights.


2.74m x 1.96m (8'11 x 6'5 )

Double timber doors with clear glazing, leading from the dining room, and uPVC double glazed door leading from the rear garden also. This versatile room connects the accommodation to the south-facing rear garden, featuring an abundance of natural light via the many uPVC double glazed windows and polycarbonate lean-to roof. Radiator, skirting boards.



A quirky part galleried triangular-shaped landing with a Velux window adding light into the stairwell. Matching timber panelled doors to the two double bedrooms and a small pane casement door with obscure glazing to the bathroom. Radiator, skirting boards and loft hatch access.


4.10m x 3.60m (13'5 x 11'9 )

A particularly spacious main bedroom with double glazed sash window to the front elevation, with woodland/countryside views. Two radiators, skirting boards and another ceiling loft hatch.


3.06m max x 3.78m max (10'0 max x 12'4 max)

An irregular-shaped characterful double bedroom, which features a uPVC double glazed window overlooking the rear garden. Radiator, skirting boards and ceiling spotlights.


1.58m x 3.04m (5'2 x 9'11 )

A generous, modern and stylish bathroom, with a double glazed window overlooking the rear garden. Low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap, panelled bath with mixer showerhead over. Space and plumbing for washing machine beneath a fitted cupboard housing the Worcester combination boiler providing the central heating and domestic hot water. Tiled walls surrounding the suite, tiled floor and radiator. Extractor fan.



Accessed via the conservatory room, a small patio with stone walled flower beds with steps in between, leading to a relatively level, unusually deep, lawned garden with stone walled and fenced boundaries with mature shrubs and plants providing much privacy. Apple tree to the rear and timber store. We understand there is a casual/verbal agreement between the vendor and a neighbouring property to provide pedestrian access to a timber gate to the rear of the garden.



Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage are connected to the property. Telephone points (subject to supplier's regulations). Gas fired central heating.


Band B - Cornwall Council.




Vacant possession with the benefit of no onward chain.


Strictly by prior appointment with the vendors' Sole Agents - Laskowski & Company, 28 High Street, Falmouth, TR11 2AD. Telephone: 01326 318813.


Travelling through the village of Ponsanooth leaving the Stag Hunt on the left-hand side, continue down the hill and turn left at the dip in the road, where the post office can be found. Continue a short distance along this road and St Andrews Terrace will be found on the left-hand side.

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Laskowski & Co - Falmouth

28 High Street, Falmouth, Cornwall, TR11 2AD

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