This excellent example of how to convert a Mill House offers a lovely homely feel and sizeable accommodation: Ground Floor: Entrance hall, three bedrooms, two bathrooms one being a sizeable and luxurious en-suite. First Floor: A mesmerising triple aspect reception room with double height, vaulted and beamed ceiling open plan to the kitchen, utility room and separate WC. A spiral staircase leads to the mezzanine which is currently utilized a fourth bedroom. Exterior: The property is accessed via a shared drive / yard leading to the driveway and the garage. To the rear of the garage there is an additional room which has been used in the past as a snug and a gym. The southerly facing gardens are mainly laid to lawn where a leat runs through and a sun trap patio area.
We have been provided with projected gross annual income for this property from a holiday letting agent called Travel Chapter: £37,200 - £41,800. For more information regarding these details please get in touch with Hus.Floor Area
Total approximate floor area including the garage: 215.1 square metres (2316 square feet) including the garage.Services
Mains gas, electric, water and drainage.Heating and Glazing
Gas fired central heating. Multi fuel stove. Fully double glazed.Council Tax
Council Tax band C. Local Cornwall Council general line number 03001234 100 to clarify.Location
The property is nestle away in a small hamlet of similar properties set back from the A393 which offers easy access to Falmouth just 5 miles away, Redruth and Truro. The property itself is located only a short walk from all local amenities including The Post Office, the ‘Stag Hunt Inn’, and the local primary school. The village also offers plenty of pleasant walks and hiking trails within the picturesque Kennall Vale Nature Reserve, the former site of the Gunpowder Mills. Benefiting from both the Cornish Countryside and its convenient distance to harbour side towns, it’s easy to see why this village is so desirable.