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A four bedroom extended period cottage on the edge of this sought after village with a wonderful garden and plenty of parking.Lovingly renovated resulting in light bright accommodation in this lovely setting.
From the moment that you step through the duck egg blue stable door, you'll be impressed by the natural light and quirky features that this lovely family home offers. The open plan kitchen / day room is perfect for every day living and the Shaker style kitchen with woodblock work surfaces and breakfast bar will suit keen cooks with its double Belfast style sink and space for a range cooker. Being open plan to the dining area makes for a great sociable space and the glass roof lantern is a wonderful feature. Double French doors open onto the sun terrace and garden beyond - a superb space that allows the inside and outside space to flow freely. Practical matters are taken care of in the utility room which is just off the kitchen. The living room is spacious and also has French doors to the sun terrace and the oak flooring is an added attractive feature. With plenty of space for a family to spread out, the second sitting room /snug works well and has a cosy woodburner. At the rear of the property there is a further room with en-suite shower room - ideal as a spare bedroom or hobby room. Heading upstairs, you'll find three bedrooms and the family bathroom with white suite. Outside, the gardens are truly a delight, firstly with an extensive sun terrace which spans the rear of the property with access from both the dining room and the sitting room. The garden beyond is attractive with a long lawned area - a wonderful place for children and pets to let off some steam!
Just off Greenwith Road in a quiet lane but within a short stroll of the village centre. Perranwell Station is an extremely sought after village between Truro and Falmouth. With a branch line train station, this village thrives and has a popular pub - The Royal Oak, excellent primary school, cricket and football club and even a classic car garage specialising in Morgans! With a friendly and busy community, the local amenities are valued and well supported by the locals. The Bissoe Cycle trail is close by linking the south and north coasts with a largely off road path that is enjoyed by walkers, runners and cyclists.For keen sailors, Mylor Yacht Harbour is a short drive away
Ellworthy Park, 4 Harris Close
Frome (01373) 482900
Radstock (01761) 252700
Gillingham (01747) 440080
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