Fore Street, Goldsithney, Penzance

£350,000
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 1
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Property Features

  • Freehold
  • Character Cottage
  • Many Period Features
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Enclosed Garden
  • EPC - D
  • Garage & Workshops

Property Summary

Wesley Cottage is believed to have been one of the first houses to be built in the village and dates back to the 1600s. The property oozes charm and character and offers many charming features, some of which are: flagstone flooring, beamed ceilings, some exposed granite walls (and some red brick) and the front of the property has leaded windows. In brief, the entrance hall, lounge/dining room, and kitchen are on the ground floor. Whilst on the first floor are 3 bedrooms (one currently used as an office) and the family bathroom. A huge asset to this cottage is the enclosed garden which offers 2 outbuildings. The first is used as a utility room and the second a workshop. The garden has a suntrap patio area and a range of established trees, shrubs and plants. From here is access to the garage.

SERVICES: Mains electric, water and drainage. HEATING: LPG Gas Central Heating COUNCIL TAX; Band C

Goldsithney (in Cornish Golsydhni - meaning Fair of St Sitheny) is a sought after village approximately five miles east of Penzance with a village shop, post office, 2 public houses, and primary schooling in the neighbouring village of St. Hilary. A bus service to Marazion just over a mile away provides access to the sandy beach and St. Michaels Mount. The larger town of Penzance offers a range of facilities, further schooling, and a myriad of independent shops. Transport links from Penzance railway and bus station provide services to the rest of the country.

Full Details

Entrance Hall
The cobbled fore garden leads to the lead glass entrance door which in turn leads into the hall. With what is believed to be the original flag stone flooring, a door into the lounge and stairs to the first floor.

Lounge 5.06 x5.71
The dual aspect windows make this spacious room light and airy. The room benefits from many features including the beamed ceiling, cast iron multi fuel burner and a mix of storage cupboards. A wooden door leads into the kitchen.

Kitchen 2.81 x 2.96
The kitchen has a range of shaker style base and wall mounted units with complementary wall tiling. From the kitchen is the door leading to the enclosed garden. Views of which can be enjoyed form the kitchen window.

Landing and stairs
Stairs lead to the half landing which has a feature exposed brick wall and descending stairs to the bathroom. The ascending stairs lead to the 3 bedrooms.

Bathroom
The bathroom has a matching white suite comprising of a bath with a shower over, a pedestal wash basin, and a low level WC and cistern. The room is set under a pitched ceiling with a velux window. There is also a stained glass window with a slate recess.

Bedroom 1 3.49 x 3.72
The master bedroom has a lead glass window with a wooden recess. A range of built in cupboards and cast iron feature fireplace with wood surround.

Bedroom 2 2.54 x 2.78
The second bedroom also has a lead glass window and a range of built in cupboards.

Bedroom 3/Study & Store Room 3.05 x 1.96
Currently used as a study, the third bedroom looks out over the garden. It also benefits from a walk in storage area.

Garden, Workshops, Elevations and Views
The enclosed garden has a range of shrubs and plants and a patio area which is a haven to those that enjoy the sunshine. There are 2 outbuildings. The first is used as a utility room and the second a workshop. The garden leads to the right of way access to the garage.

Garage 4.47 x2.51
The garage is adjacent to the property.