The historic market and mining town of St Austell is steeped in history just a short distance from the south coast. This large town offers a wide range of shopping, banking and recreational facilities and a good selection of both primary and secondary schools. There is a mainline railway station connecting to London Paddington.
The world renowned Eden Project built in an old china clay pint is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Cornwall and just a few miles away. The picturesque harbour of Charlestown visited by historic tall ships, offers a vibrant atmosphere with a variety of bars and restaurants. The Cathedral City of Truro is 14 miles distant and offers a further range of amenities.THE PROPERTY
Currently operating as a Bed and Breakfast Gwyndra House is equally suited to provide a large character family home with separate self-contained annexe bungalow.
This well maintained 1920's property is entered from the front through part stained glass doors to the porch opening to the light filled hall. With high ceilings and generous proportions the hall opens into the study, dining room, master suite, snug and living room all presented to a high standard.
Both the dining room and snug provide access to the conservatory opening out to the patio and gardens. This beautiful home offers original features with parquet flooring to the study, living room and master suite, feature fireplaces, original coving and light roses, Each room has UPVC double glazed windows in keeping with the style of the property including the large bay window to the living room.
The ground floor master suite has a walk-in wardrobe, large dual aspect windows and a well presented en-suite comprising enclosed bath, separate shower, sink and feature lighting.
A wide spindle staircase rises to the first floor leading to four further double bedrooms, three with en-suites and a family shower room. The large elevated balcony, accessed from the landing is ideal for entertaining, or alfresco dining.THE ANNEXE
A completely self-contained annexe is located a good distance away from the rear of the main house accessed over a shared driveway. Large windows provide light filled accommodation. The hall opens into two double bedrooms, a well proportioned living room, modern bathroom, kitchen and conservatory. The conservatory and side path both open to a private patio courtyard with mature hedges. Maintained to a high standard by the current owners the annexe is fully double glazed with hot water and solar panels on the roof.THE OUTSIDE
Tall hedges and mature trees provide privacy to this commanding home. Accessed from the road into the drive there is ample parking to the left. The drive continues past the main house with further parking to the rear courtyard, two garages and outbuildings. From the courtyard a large staircase accesses the balcony at the rear of the main residence.
There are generous patio areas to two sides of Gwyndra House slightly elevated from the lawn at the front surrounded by mature planted borders.TITLES
Available to purchase as a whole. Potential for new owner to split title in future, subject to all appropriate consents.VIEWING
Strictly and only by prior appointment with Stags' Truro office on 01872 264488.SERVICES
House: Mains water, electricity and drainage. Gas central heating. Solar panels, providing electricity and generating income Double glazed.
Annexe: Mains water, electricity and drainage. Electric central heating. Hot water and solar panels. Double glazed.DIRECTIONS
From Truro head towards St Austell on the A390 following signs towards the train station. Gwyndra House is the last property on the right hand side of Kings Avenue before turning left towards the station.