4 The Burrows is situated on the southern edge of the popular village of Polgooth within a select cul de sac. The village includes an active village hall, a locally renowned public house and village stores/post office. These facilities are supplemented by the town of St Austell about three miles to the north west where there is a station on the London Paddington line. The South Cornish coast with its rugged coastline, walks, coves and beaches is about four miles to the east and southeast and about five miles distant is the historic fishing community of Mevagissey.DESCRIPTION
Constructed about 10 years ago, 4 The Burrows presents to the open market a delightful well-proportioned residence which offers spacious accommodation on ground and first floor levels extending to about 1,807 sq ft (gia). An appointment to view is highly recommended to appreciate the accommodation on offer.THE PROPERTY
Reception hall with turning balustrade stairs off to first floor with deep under-stairs storage cupboard, coat hook, solid oak floor and door to a superb well-proportioned sitting room with solid oak floor, double aspect, electric coal effect wood-burner set in fireplace with slate hearth and brushed ornate timber surround and mantle and double-glazed doors opening to outside sunny seating area.
An equally well-proportioned room with U-shaped range of modern kitchen units with rolled worktop surfaces to splash-back and extensive range of cupboards and drawers at base and eye-level including display cabinets and wine-rack. Integral dishwasher, refrigerator freezer and washing machine and Bosch fan-assisted oven and grill with ceramic four-ring hob over and extractor hood. Solid oak floor and double-glazed doors opening to the conservatory with slate tiled floor, dwarf walling with attractive timber framed glazed conservatory over with part glazed door with dog flap to outside. Wall mounted TV point.
Stairs lead to the first floor where there is a central balustrade landing leading to four bedrooms, one with en-suite comprising of a wide walk-in shower with sliding door and all fully tiled, contemporary wc, pedestal washbasin and recessed shelf. A family bathroom with modern side loading bath with shower and semi-circular screen over, modern WC and pedestal washbasin completes the internal accommodation.INTEGRAL GARAGE
With a pair of part glazed timber vehicular doors, concrete floor, power and lighting, electric Worcester heater and associated equipment for wet underfloor heating system to ground and first floor levels, potential space within the roof to create mezzanine storage and part glazed door to outside.OUTSIDE
To the rear, on the southern side, is a wall and fence enclosed garden - suitable if desired for a dog. The garden area includes an area of level lawn with side stone raised shrubbery beds, a circular paved and brick seating area and further paved seating area adjacent to the living room. Along the southern side of the garden are wall terraced shrubbery beds with, beyond, a neighbouring pasture field. From the garden there is a door opening to a stone chipped Car Parking Space adjacent to the garage.SERVICES
Mains water, electricity and drainage connected. Underfloor heating to ground and first floor levels. TV and telephone points. Double-glazed.VIEWINGS
Mains water, electricity and drainage connected. Underfloor heating to ground and first floor levels. TV and telephone points. Double-glazed.DIRECTIONS
Travelling eastbound on the A390 from Truro to St Austell, drive through the village of Grampound and continue on towards St Austell. On reaching Hewas Water, turn right towards Sticker, drive up the hill and continue to the village. Drive down through Sticker and continue for about a further half mile. Pass the lay-by on the right hand side and on the brow of the hill turn right (signposted Polgooth) and into Trelowth Road. Pass the village sign for Polgooth and drive down the hill. Towards the bottom of the hill turn right arrowed towards Polgooth Village Stores. Drive up over the brow, follow the road around to the right and at the junction, turn right. At the the village stores, turn left, follow the road down to the right and drive up the hill. At the junction, turn left and then immediately left and follow the tarmac entrance lane across the front of the original farmhouse towards the white wall where the lane leads around to the left into The Burrows. No. 4 is the first on the right-hand side.