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Heanton Terrace, Redruth
£250,000

Private parking and sunny gardens at Heanton Terrace, Redruth

Sold STC
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  • Victorian residence with plenty of room for families to grow into
  • Clever blend of contemporary improvements and original period features
  • Short walk into the town centre, public transport links and popular primary and secondary schools
  • Elevated frontage, a South Easterly facing garden and private off-road parking
  • Mains gas, electricity, drainage and metered water supply
  • Council Tax Band C
  • Stamp Duty to pay based on the asking price - First time buyer £0. Single purchase £2,500. Additional purchase £10,000

From the kerbside our Client's residence projects a handsome presence; resting on an elevated plot on a quieter spot off Clinton Road and yet still perfectly placed to take advantage of the nearby town amenities.
First impressions can last and as soon as you enter, you'll notice the pretty patterned glass panels and original decorative arch moldings in the hall that hint at it's Victorian heritage. Two formal receptions retain cast iron wood burners as their focal points and work well with the high ceilings, double-glazed sash bay windows and exposed floorboards, the kitchen/diner is ideal for everyday use and social occasions, while off this area the utility and side porch offer their more obvious practical uses, as does the walk-in shower room. For those keen on expanding their wine collection, there is a compact cellar that is accessed with ease via the side porch. Upstairs, a split-level landing provides access into the bedrooms two, three and four, the bathroom suite and WC. A second staircase ascends to the Principal Bedroom with its far-reaching views toward the coastal horizon, completing the accommodation. It should be noted that while there have been a significant number of improvements during our Clients ten-year tenure, the property is still in need of remedial improvements that befit the discerning buyer's decorative taste.
Outside, a winding patterned path is flanked either side by a neat lawn and bordered by a tall hedge, before your gaze is drawn to the imposing elevation with its impressive cut granite quoins. Enjoying a sunny South Easterly facing aspect, the rear garden is predominantly laid to lawn and has a gate that opens onto an area for private parking.


Rooms

Vestibule

4' 9'' x 4' 7'' (1.45m x 1.40m)

Decorative moldings and wood flooring.

Entrance Hallway

20' 1'' x 6' 0'' (6.12m x 1.83m)

A wealth of period detail that works well with the wood flooring.

Living Room

16' 9'' x 15' 8'' (5.10m x 4.77m)

A contemporary looking primary day room where the angled bay and wood burner retain their positions as focal points.

Sitting Room

14' 4'' x 12' 0'' (4.37m x 3.65m)

A cosier day space that looks out toward the garden and with a cast iron wood-burner as the focal point.

Kitchen/Diner

12' 7'' x 11' 1'' (3.83m x 3.38m)

Pastel-coloured units contrast with neutral counter-tops and tiled wall splash-backs for a more rustic look. Canopy extractor with space for a RANGEMASTER cooker below, chimney recess with storage, spaces for a fridge/freezer and table and chairs.

Utility room

8' 4'' x 8' 2'' (2.54m x 2.49m)

Fixed wall and base cupboards with tiled wall splash-backs, a molded sink inset to the counter-top, and a space for a washing machine.

Side porch

Accessed off kitchen/diner and a ideal place to store outdoor gear, steps down into the cellar and an opening into the part-finished wet room.

Wet room

Part-cosmetically completed, and comprising af fixed shower, WC with a low level cistern.

Cellar

20' 3'' x 11' 7'' (6.17m x 3.53m)

Accessed via a descending staircase from the side porch.

First Floor Landing

Split level and providing access into all bedrooms and suites (bedroom one via a separate staircase).

Bedroom 2

16' 7'' x 11' 8'' (5.05m x 3.55m)

A double-sized room with an angled bay and a recessed safe inset to the wall and surrounded by a timber mantle surround.

Bedroom 3

13' 8'' x 12' 10'' (4.16m x 3.91m)

A double-sized room with exposed floorboards and a sunnier garden outlook.

Bedroom 4

9' 9'' x 7' 7'' (2.97m x 2.31m)

A good-sized single room with recessed storage that houses the WORCESTER BOSCH gas combination boiler.

Family Bathroom

7' 9'' x 7' 9'' (2.36m x 2.36m)

A three-piece suite surrounded by tiled wall splash-backs, a chrome heated towel rail and open shelves for storage. Tiled panel enclosed bath, pedestal hand-wash basin and an enclosed cubicle with a wall-fixed mixer shower.

WC

10' 1'' x 3' 1'' (3.07m x 0.94m)

WC with a low level cistern and a ceiling hatch for access into the roof void.

Top Floor

Staircase from the first-floor landing opening into the Principal Bedroom.

Bedroom 1

19' 1'' x 12' 2'' (5.81m x 3.71m)

A double-sized room with recessed access into the roof void, and a far-reaching view over rooftops toward the North coast horizon.

Outside

From the kerbside, a winding path is flanked by neat lawns and bordered by a high hedge for privacy. Pedestrian side access into the rear. The rear garden enjoys a sunny South Easterly facing aspect and is predominantly laid to lawn. At the rear is a gate that opens onto a private area for off-road parking.


Location

Heanton Terrace
Redruth TR15 2HT
County: Cornwall
Sale Type: Sold STC
Ref #: 00000525
Sarah Domé
GS Cornwall Holdings Ltd
P: 01209 311 260
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