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A lovingly renovated flexible four bedroom detached bungalow in a large level garden plot with plenty of parking. Refitted kitchen, refitted bathroom & en-suite, majority rewired with EV charging provision and replacement of the main roof. Mains gas central heating and under floor heating to the living room, kitchen, utility and bathrooms. UPVC double glazing. Level walk to the village shop, bus stop and community hall. NO ONWARD CHAIN
This extremely flexible four bedroom detached bungalow has been the subject of a significant recent renovation creating a crisp modern dwelling with options as to how you use the internal space and plenty of remaining potential to further extend if wanted (subject to gaining appropriate consent of course). The property is set back from the road with abundant parking to the front and side, charging point for an EV (electric vehicle) and a gated driveway. Once inside, you immediately notice that the interior has been comprehensively updated including replacement skirtings, architraves, flooring and plasterwork to walls and ceilings. The bungalow has largely been rewired with a great deal of thought put into the position of lighting and switches particularly for bedside lamps etc. and fittings have a consistent and stylish polished brass style theme. There's practical hard flooring extending throughout the hallway and bedrooms adding to the interior look and ease of care. The living / dining and kitchen space is open plan with a separate utility to keep laundry tasks out of sight. The kitchen is refitted with a range of midnight blue shaker style base, tower and wall units with plenty of practical work surface and a useful breakfast bar. There's a Neff double oven and Smeg 70/30 split fridge / freezer built into tower units and the hob is induction with extractor over. The dishwasher is a full size 600mm integrated appliance and there is a washing machine and tumble dryer built into the utility room along with an additional sink. The living / dining room has French doors to the deck and patio (and if a second living room was required, the front bedroom would work well for that). The property has a total of four bedrooms with bedroom one having a door to the patio and en-suite shower room with wet room tiling and stylish jet black fitments. The family bathroom is also refitted to a high standard and has a deep fill dual end bath and wall hung WC with concealed push button cistern. The heating to the property is mains gas and there is under floor heating to the living room, kitchen, utility, bathroom and shower room. Outside to the front and side of the property there is a great deal of parking and to the rear is a mature sunny garden with some beautiful trees, shrubs and plants. It is worth noting that many bungalows of this style in Old Coach Road have been further extended and have attic conversions pointing to yet more potential with this one.
Old Coach Road is a broad leafy residential road in the village of Playing Place just outside Truro. With excellent road links and a cycle route to the city, the village is in an ideal location and is close to the highly sought after primary school at Kea. There is a shop, post office and petrol station close by and rural walks and cycle routes are within easy reach. The community hall is at the end of the road along with a popular and well equipped public play area and there is a pretty church at Kea a short distance away. The creeks of Cowlands and Coombe can be enjoyed nearby with walks to Roundwood Quay and Trelissick National Trust gardens and house. In neighbouring Feock The King Harry Ferry is the gateway to the beautiful Roseland Peninsula with its stunning beaches. Loe Beach at Feock is a great place for sailing, windsurfing and kayaking located on the edge of the Carrick Roads, arguably some of the finest sailing waters in the country. Further village facilities can be accessed on foot or bicycle at nearby Carnon Downs.
The property is freehold and has mains water, mains drainage, mains gas and mains electricity. The original bungalow is thought to date from the 1930s and is likely to be a concrete block construction. It appears to have been externally insulated on original walls. Council tax band D
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