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From the kerbside, our Client's home projects a modest perspective to the eye; concealing accommodation with a layout of real depth that could allow the discerning buyer plenty of space to grow into. From the moment you enter, you'll appreciate the harmonious balance between the contemporary decor and fitments that sit seamlessly with high ceilings and a wealth of period features, including a cast iron fireplace, moulded arch, cove ceiling and centre rose, timber doors and a pattered tiled floor.
Inside, the living areas are in proportion with each other; allowing them to retain their primary purpose without encumbrance. Two formal receptions are complemented by a conservatory that looks out toward the garden, a kitchen/breakfast room links in with a laundry room and a four-piece bath/shower suite is ideal for families. Upstairs, there are three good-sized bedrooms and a converted attic space with a fixed staircase off the landing, to complete the accommodation. All rooms are double-glazed for soundproofing and kept warm via the mains-fed gas central heating system.
Outside, a 39'x 28' gravel frontage allows plenty of off-road parking, an 18' x 11' garage is accessed via a rear lane and the rear garden enjoys a sunny South facing aspect, with a level lawn and raised decked terrace.
Dolcoath Road is a no-through road, sought after for its location to Roskear school and on the outskirts of Camborne town, where there are a variety of branded and independent shops for everyday provisions. For those travelling out of the Duchy, Camborne station is on the Penzance to London Paddington line and for overseas travel, Newquay Airport is around 30 miles away. Nearby outdoor pursuits are catered for with mine trails and the Great Flat Lode, Tehidy County Park with its 250 acres of protected woodland and surfing beaches at Portreath and Godrevy.
5' 8'' x 4' 5'' (1.73m x 1.35m)
The first point of entry via the original front door with patterned tiled floor, decorative walls and the original internal door into the main hall with replica stain glass inset.
17' 0'' x 5' 0'' (5.18m x 1.52m)
Original molded decorative arch and staircase with exposed spindles to a half landing, turning to the first-floor landing.
13' 3'' x 11' 6'' (4.04m x 3.50m)
A relaxed primary day room where the cast iron fireplace with tiled surround and timber mantle sits as the focal point and complimented by molded cove high ceilings with a centre rose and picture rail.
10' 9'' x 10' 6'' (3.27m x 3.20m)
A formal space with built-in cupboards either side of the chimney breast, and doorways back into the hall and into the conservatory.
13' 9'' x 11' 7'' (4.19m x 3.53m)
Block-built with double-glazed casements including doors out to the garden, a glass roof and tiled flooring.
14' 8'' x 8' 7'' (4.47m x 2.61m)
Light wood-coloured units with contrasting counter-tops that incorporate a breakfast bar, recessed sink unit, an electric hob and eye level double oven, and spaces for a dishwasher and fridge/freezer.
6' 5'' x 4' 1'' (1.95m x 1.24m)
A useful area off the kitchen with built-in shelved storage, a wall-mounted gas boiler and spaces for a washing machine and tumble dryer.
9' 5'' x 8' 9'' (2.87m x 2.66m)
A four-piece white suite surrounded by mosaic tiled walls, neutral floor tiles, towel rail and dual casements for natural light and ventilation. Tiled panel enclosed bath tub, enclosed corner shower cubicle, mounted hand-wash basin with storage below and a WC with a low level cistern.
Rear casement from the half landing, doorways into all bedrooms and a fixed paddle step staircase into the converted attic space.
12' 11'' x 10' 6'' (3.93m x 3.20m)
A double-sized room with a range of fitted wardrobes and drawers.
12' 11'' x 11' 5'' (3.93m x 3.48m)
A double-sized room facing front.
8' 0'' x 7' 2'' (2.44m x 2.18m)
A larger than average single-sized room facing front.
13' 1'' x 12' 7'' (3.98m x 3.83m)
Accessed via fixed paddle-steps off the landing, Velux window for natural light, into-eaves storage, mains gas-fed radiator and exposed timber beams.
From the kerbside a private drive opens onto a 39' x 28' graveled frontage that allows ample off-road parking, and a side gate that leads into the garden. The rear garden enjoys a sunny South facing aspect with a level lawn and established flowering bed and shrub borders, raised flower bed, and an elevated 21' x 13' decked terrace for all-day sunshine.
18' 0'' x 11' 0'' (5.48m x 3.35m)
Accessible via a rear lane and with timber swing doors, power supply and door into the garden.
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01209 311 260
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