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This fine period detached four bedroom family house offers extensive living space and is set in sunny landscaped gardens with a large garage and plenty of driveway parking. The attic is partially converted and offers huge further potential adding flexibility to this exceptional village home.
This fine period house is thought to date from the 1860s and enjoys an elevated position with super views across Mylor Bridge to the distant hills. The property has had a number of fantastic improvements made over recent years including extension to the kitchen and the addition of a high quality Philip Whear conservatory, rewiring and the installation of new heating in 2018 with a new Rayburn installed also at that time. Located within strolling range of the village centre the property enjoys a super sunny aspect and is set in pretty gardens. The gated driveway brings you past the rear of the house to a large gravelled parking area where there's a timber garage with electric roller shutter door. The rear porch is very practical for everyday access and has plenty of space for coats and shoes while also accommodating freestanding appliances if wanted. There's a very handy ground floor shower room, perfect for warming up after a day of dinghy sailing at Restronguet! Once inside, the kitchen, dining room and snug have been connected into a flowing open plan space with distinct areas. The kitchen has been extended and has a large U shape fitted kitchen with a gorgeous Rayburn (new in 2018) in the centre and abundant practical work surface. The vaulted ceiling allows light to flood in via Velux style windows and the double oven is located in a tall tower unit. The snug sitting room has a cosy wood burner and a squared opening to the high quality, recently installed conservatory. The conservatory spans most of the front connecting with the original hallway and joining up the space improving the flow. There are bespoke French Pinoleum blinds including electrically operated roof blinds by Appeal Blinds to keep things cool along with many options for ventilating the space. French doors from the conservatory open to a sunny patio surrounded by pretty planting. The property retains much original character including coloured glazing to the hall door and landing window and there's a very large triple aspect through living room which has a sizeable wood burning stove as the focal point. On the first floor a central landing connects three double bedrooms and a single / study with the family bathroom. Three of the bedrooms have excellent views cross the village to the distant hills. The bathroom has a shower over the bath with basin and WC and there is a small stairway to the second floor where the attic is partially converted. There appears to be space to reconfigure the stairs in order to formally convert the attic and retain a bathroom. The attic is largely lined with timber boarding and has Velux style roof lights fitted. Subject to any necessary works or consents, the attic appears to have the potential for formal conversion. Outside, The garden is thoughtfully designed with a large level area of lawn and a sunny patio with gravel pathways connecting the different spaces.
Mylor Bridge is an exceptionally sought after village due to its pretty creekside location and good range of amenities. Set at the head of the creek, a large playing field and park fronts the creek making a wonderful amenity space for everyone to enjoy. The general village stores has a good range of groceries, there's a butchers/pasty shop, fish shop, newsagent, dentist, hair salon, primary school and The Lemon Arms pub. The Tremayne Hall in the village centre has played host to some internationally renowned musicians, comedians and speakers. Mylor Yacht Harbour is nearby where you can enjoy a full range of sailing and watersport facilities with tuition and hire available. There is a marina with wine bar, yacht club, café, shop and chandlery. The award winning Pandora Inn is a short drive or pleasant walk away where you can enjoy delicious local food and drinks on their famous floating pontoon. The port of Falmouth is about 4 miles away and the city of Truro is about 7 miles away with Falmouth University's Penryn campus not far from here also. Transport links are good and a bus service links the village to the bigger towns. With Restronguet Sailing club (where Ben Ainslie began his career) and some fantastic walks including around Trefusis to the beach and pubs at Flushing it's easy to sea why Mylor is frequently cited as one of the best places in the UK to live.
The property has mains electricity, mains water and mains drainage and the heating is oil fired via the benefit of the Rayburn, installed in 2018. Council tax band E Wood burners are available by negotiation.
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