A substantially sized period home, situated in the older part of Torpoint with plenty of period features. Entered via wood effect composite door in to vestibule, which leads to hallway. Stairs leading to first floor with under stair storage. Doors to lounge, dining room and kitchen breakfast room. The lounge is situated to the front, with uPVC double glazed windows to front set in to an angular bay. Focal fire place with chimney breast and recess either side. Features to include picture rails and cornicing. Dining room is centrally located with double glazed windows to rear over looking the rear garden. Chimney breast with shelved recess and original cupboards to either side. The kitchen breakfast room is situated to the rear of the property, with double glazed window to side and opening through to a utility room. With a range of wall and base units complimented by a solid wood worktop incorporating breakfast bar, where there is space for stool seating. Composite sink and drainer with mixer tap over. Integral dishwasher, space for white goods and space for range cooker. Vertical wall mounted radiator. The utilty has further space for white goods, door leading to a downstairs WC. Double doors opening out on to the south facing garden. To the first floor the rear tenament has a double bedroom with views over the garden and extending towards the local countryside. Bathroom, with obscured window to side, bath with mains shower over, low level flush WC and wash hand basin. Bedroom two is set in the middle, again with double glazed windows to rear over looking the garden and the pleasant outlook. Bedroom one is located at the front of the home and spans the whole width of the property. With double glazed windows to front set in to a large bay. The property has plenty of outside space, with gated access leading to an enclosed front garden. The rear garden is a fabulous size, with patio area, large lawn, pond and double garage.