Attached two bedroom period rural cottage for renovation, garage & extensive garden. Hall, living room, kitchen/dining room, workshop, 2 bedrooms & bathroom. No forward chain. Potential to extend (stp). Garden. Garage. PV panels.
St Audries is situated at Creegbrawse just outside Chacewater in a rural position and benefits from a countryside outlook. Chacewater is a popular local village which includes a church, public house, village hall, primary school, shop, surgery and so forth. There is a junction onto the A30(T) at Chiverton Roundabout about 3 miles to the north. The cathedral city of Truro is about 6 miles to the north-east and Redruth about 4 miles to the south-west.DESCRIPTION
The approach to St Audries is via a short tarmac drive which opens to car parking areas adjacent to a single garage. There is a further car parking space on hard-standing immediately to the front of the house.
St Audries comprises an attached two storey residence warranting updating and improvement. The accommodation is arranged over two storeys as follows:-ACCOMMODATION
(With approximate room measurements shown on floor plan)GROUND FLOOR RECEPTION HALL
With opaque uPVC glazed front door and side light, radiator, Daikin wall mounted air conditioning/heating unit, turning stairs off the first floor with under-stairs storage space, wall light point and door to:LIVING ROOM
With two uPVC windows, radiator and ceiling timbers. Three wall light points and picture light point.KITCHEN AND DINING ROOM
With, in the kitchen area a range of old base and eye-level kitchen units with stainless steel single drainer sink unit with mixer tap and standing electric cooker. The dining area includes an electric coal effect wall mounted fire, Daikin air conditioning/heating unit and there is an opaque glazed door leading through to the workshop.FIRST FLOOR LANDING
With balustrade, outlook to field, door to shelved built-in Cupboard, Daikin air conditioner/heating unit, trap to roof space, double doors to Airing Cupboard with lagged hot water cylinder with immersion heater and slatted shelving. UPVC double-glazed window.BATHROOM
With wood panelled coloured bath with mixer tap shower fitment over, low level WC and vanity washbasin with splashback tiling. uPVC opaque double-glazed window unit.BEDROOM 2
With double louvred doors to deep shelved Cupboard, radiator and uPVC wide picture window.BEDROOM 1
A well-proportioned room with radiator and two uPVC double-glazed windows.THE WORKSHOP
The workshop adjoins the house and is accessed directly from the dining area. It comprises an extensive workshop with work-bench, power and electricity. Door to small rear Courtyard and part glazed uPVC door to garden. NB: It is considered there is potential to extend the existing accommodation into the workshop if desired subject to all necessary consents and approvals.THE DETACHED GARAGE
To the north of St Audries is an Detached Single Garage about 15ft 3 x 7ft 10 with metal up and over door and adjoining at the rear an old outside WC.THE GARDEN
There are extensive gardens with St Audries which are, in the main, currently overgrown and requiring attention. Within the garden is an old timber and bitumen felt detached Garden Shed.TENURE AND POSSESSION
Freehold with vacant possession on completion.VIEWING
Strictly and only by prior appointment with Stags Truro office on 01872 264488.DIRECTIONS
In Chacewater, opposite the village stores, turn towards the free car park. Pass The Old Market and follow the road up around to the right and continue up the hill towards Creegbrawse. Pass the school and the church. Continue up the hill, pass St Mounts and St Audries will be seen to be the next property on the left-hand side at the top of the hill.SERVICES
Mains water and electricity connected. We understand there is a private drainage system in the garden. Central heating via four radiators within the house. Three Dakin wall mounted air conditioning/heating units. Six photovoltaic panels. LPG tank. None of the services have been checked or tested.PHOTOGRAPHS
The aerial photograph attached was taken some years ago. The garden is now overgrown.