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3 bedrooms bungalow for sale


Asking Price Of £700,000


DISCRIPTION - Located within the popular village of Sheviock, this jewel of a property is privately positioned on a generous plot which lends itself to further extension subject to the necessary permissions. This three double bedroom, three-bathroom bungalow is accessed at the end of a long driveway, access to the property is through an entrance porch into the light and airy reception hallway. The spacious sitting room is found to the rear and benefits from a natural stone fireplace with inset multi fuel stove along with large PVCu double glazed windows overlooking the surrounding grounds, whilst double glazed patio doors provide access to a large patio area. The kitchen has been recently fitted with a traditional range of base units and sliding draws complementing a combination of solid wood and marble worksurface over and matching wall units. The kitchen also benefits a large central island. PVCu double glazed windows overlook the side elevation, and an internal door leads through to the utility room. The utility benefits space for white goods and worksurface space, PVCu double glazed door provides access to the rear elevation. From the kitchen double doors give access to the dining room, these doors open and return to the walls providing an opening that would make this area into an open plan kitchen/diner, yet when closed access can be gained from the internal hallway providing a more formal space. PVCu double glazed window to the side elevation overlooking the properties grounds. The bedroom accommodation is positioned at the end of the hallway, with a large square area giving access to three double bedrooms, this area is an ideal place for a study, the two largest bedrooms benefitting from spacious en-suit bathrooms. PVCu double glazed windows overlook the side and rear grounds. The family bathroom is fitted with a matching suite comprising pedestal hand wash basin, panel enclosed bath with shower over. From the internal hallway a door gives access to the integral garage, meaning you can drive into the garage via the electric doors and access the bungalow internally. The property benefits from oil fired central heating. The double garage is found below the bedroom accommodation and is accessed from the main driveway and the above internal door. Up and over electric door as well as a PVCu double glazed door leads to a good-sized area with power and light. This space could be used for further extension, subject to the necessary permissions. A particular feature of the property are the gardens which wrap around the bungalow and are predominantly laid to lawn with hedged boundaries to the side and entrance area. The pretty rear garden is full of history with part of the wall being listed and believed to have been used by the villagers as beehives. Providing a very private area with mature trees, shrubbery, rose bushes and raised beds, whilst a sheltered, vegetable patch is also in-situ along with a beautify kept greenhouse and numerous fruit trees planted to the southerly walled area of garden. This is a superb opportunity to acquire a substantial bungalow within this small village in south east Cornwall with easy commuter routes to Plymouth via the Torpoint ferry or towards Liskeard via the A38. The area is surrounded by popular beaches at Looe, Whitsand Bay, Seaton and Portwrinkle beach only a stroll away, with the outstanding countryside of the Rame Peninsula on your doorstep. LOCATION – Sheviock is a coastal civil parish and a hamlet in south-east Cornwall. The parish is two miles south of St Germans and ten miles from the town of Saltash. Sheviock parish is in the St Germans Registration District and the population in the 2001 census was 683. To the north, the parish is bordered by St Germans Creek (the tidal estuary of the River Tiddy, also known as the Lynher River) and to the south by the sea. To the east, Sheviock is bordered by Antony parish and to the west by Deviock parish. The parish church of St Peter and St Paul stands in the hamlet of Sheviock the building is of the 13th, 14th and 15th centuries. Two late 14th century tombs are thought to be of three members of the Courtenay family. There is stained glass by Wailes to the designs of George Edmund Street who restored the church in 1850.

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