Although in need of updating to realise its full potential, the property offers the basis of a spacious family home in this delightful setting. The mature grounds and gardens are an absolute delight with many specimen plants, trees and shrubs. In the past the owners have had an allotment area and poly tunnel whilst from many points in the garden great far reaching rural views are enjoyed.
The accommodation, in brief, provides an entrance porch, entrance area, lounge with wood burner leading in to a sun room, dining room/fourth bedroom, fitted kitchen, utility area, three bedrooms, two of which are en suit and there is a further shower room with W.C. The property is warmed by oil fired central heating and is double glazed.
Approached down its own private driveway there is plenty of parking with large turning area, double garage and extensive grounds and gardens.
Set on the beautiful Lizard Peninsula an area designated as an "area of outstanding national beauty." The village of Ruan Minor is within easy reach with its village store/post office/coffee shop, community pavilion and playing fields. Down the hill from Ruan Minor is the fishing village of Cadgwith with its renowned public house and cove where a small fleet of fishing boats still operate from the beach. The sands at Kennack Beach is a five minute drive away for those who enjoy a surf/beach lifestyle. The market town of Helston is approximately eleven miles distant with more extensive amenities which include national stores and leisure centre with indoor pool. Schooling is available for primary children in Ruan Minor and comprehensive schooling at the nearby village of Mullion. Cornwall is served by transport links that include mainline railway stations and an international airport at Newquay.
THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES (DIMENSIONS APPROX)
Half glazed stable door to
With window to the front aspect, stone wall and glazed door and side panel to
With boiler cupboard and door to
5.4m x 4.2m (17'8" x 13'9" )
With window to the front aspect, impressive fireplace housing a wood burner set on a stone hearth and surround with wood mantel over. (There is some obvious water damage around the chimney breast). With arch to
3.8m x 3.1m (12'5" x 10'2" )
With extensive glazing and views out on to the garden.
3.2m x 2.7m (10'5" x 8'10" )
With a window to the rear aspect and door to.
3.5m x 3m (11'5" x 9'10" )
With a fitted wood kitchen, with worktops incorporating a double bowl sink drainer and a ceramic hob. There are a mixture of base and drawer units under, wall units over, built-in oven, oil fired Warmster Range cooker, window to the side aspect, space for a dishwasher, loft hatch to roof space, tiling to the floor. Door to
2.5m x 2m (8'2" x 6'6" )
With Belfast style sink, a worktop with base and drawer units, tiled floor and door to
REAR PORCH AREA
With worktop with spaces provided for a washing machine and tumble dryer, tiling to the floor and window and door to the rear aspect.
From the entrance hallway there is a door to the
With two windows to the front aspect and doors to
4.2m x 3.5m (13'9" x 11'5" )
With built-in wardrobes and overhead storage, window to the rear aspect overlooking the garden and door to
A wet room style with tiled walls and floors, pedestal wash handbasin, close coupled W.C., light with shaver socket and a window to the rear aspect.
2.8m x 3.2m (9'2" x 10'5" )
With a window to the rear aspect overlooking the garden and a rural outlook. With door to
EN SUITE BATHROOM
With a suite that includes a panelled bath, close coupled W.C., tiled shower cubicle, window to the rear aspect.
3.2m x 2.8m (10'5" x 9'2" )
With a window to the rear aspect and built-in wardrobe.
Approached down its own driveway, one enters a generous parking area with turning circle that leads to a
5.3m x 4.8m (17'4" x 15'8" )
With two up and over doors, window to the rear aspect, power, light and eaves storage.
GARDENS & GROUNDS
The gardens are an absolute delight with formal areas, planted with mature trees and shrubs. From many points lovely far reaching rural view are enjoyed towards Kuggar and the Poltesco Valley. There is a large former allotment area which would seem ideal for those wishing to grow their own vegetables. The owner has previously had a polytunnel and greenhouse on this area.
From Helston take the main A3083 towards The Lizard and after approximately eight miles take the turning left which is signposted for Ruan Minor and Kennack Sands. Continue along past the sign for Ruan Minor village and turn left at the crossroads signposted for Kuggar/Kennack Sands. Continue along down the lane for a short distance and take the next left. Continue along the private lane and Treal Lodge will be found towards the top of the lane and on the right hand side.
Mains water, electricity. Private drainage.
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COUNCIL TAX BAND
Council Tax Band E.
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DATE DETAILS PREPARED
25th April, 2023.
IMPORTANT AGENTS NOTES: Christophers Estate Agents for themselves and the vendors or lessors of this property confirm that these particulars are set out as a general guide only and do not form part of any offer or contract. Fixtures, fittings, appliances and services have not been tested by ourselves and no person in the employment of Christophers Estate Agents has any authority to give or make representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to the property. All descriptions, dimensions, distances and orientation are approximate. They are not suitable for purposes that require precise measurement. Nothing in these particulars shall be taken as implying that any necessary building regulations, planning or other consents have been obtained. Where it is stated in the details that the property may be suitable for another use it must be assumed that this use would require planning consent. The photographs show only certain parts and aspects of the property which may have changed since they were taken. It should not be assumed that the property remains exactly the same. Intending purchasers should satisfy themselves by personal inspection or otherwise of the correctness of each of the statements which are given in good faith but are not to be relied upon as statements of fact. If double glazing is mentioned in these details purchasers must satisfy themselves as to the amount of double glazed units in the property. The property location picture is supplied by a third party and we would respectfully point out that although they are regularly updated the area surrounding the property or the property itself may have changed since the picture was taken.