- Central Heating (LPG)
- Double Glazing
- Traditional Fireplace
- Southerly Garden
- Period Features
- Close to Car Park
A splendid four bedroom home with a wealth of period features throughout that briefly comprises; four bedrooms, two reception rooms, a kitchen, family bathroom, courtyard and elevated garden. The property is a short walk into the village centre at the bottom of West Street and parking is available at the nearby Millbrook Car Park.
The ground floor is a wonderful space for entertaining with a spacious kitchen/diner that leads out into the rear courtyard; perfect for those summer BBQ’s. The living room is located on the front elevation and benefits from a raised open fireplace, making it a cosy snug in the winter.
The master bedroom is located on the first floor, along with the fourth bedroom or study and the family bathroom. The master bedroom enjoys rural views and is a generous size.
The top floor provides further accommodation with two further bedrooms, both with in-built storage.
To the rear of the property, there is a pretty enclosed courtyard perfect for alfresco dining. An outhouse in the courtyard area houses the utility area and LPG fired boiler.
Steps up to the neighbour’s gently sloping garden provide a right of way to this properties private garden located at the top.
This raised elevation adds privacy and benefits from a southerly facing position. The perfect sun trap in summer! The private garden is well maintained and mostly laid to lawn with some mature shrubbery on the boarders and a vegetable patch.
This property is situated in the heart of the village within proximity of a range of amenities including general stores, post office, public houses, primary school and doctor's surgery. There is also a bus service from the village to Torpoint and the city of Plymouth.
Millbrook is situated on the Rame Peninsula opposite the Naval city of Plymouth, Bordered by the Rivers Lynher and Tamar, the Hamoaze and the sea, the area is designated as one of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Millbrook offers a range of amenities including general stores, post office, public houses, primary school, chemist, yacht marina, village hall and sports and social activities.
Millbrook lies within one and a half miles of the coastline on the Rame Peninsula, which enjoys numerous beaches along Whitsand Bay. Mount Edgcumbe County Park provides countryside and coastal walks. There is also a bus service to Torpoint and the City of Plymouth as well as a passenger ferry from Cremyll to Stonehouse in Plymouth.
Follow the signs to Millbrook Village, proceed down the hill past the Devon and Cornwall pub, take a sharp left and proceed past the Coop, past the bar Tasker, the property can be found on your right hand side a little farther up the hill.
EPC F (Currently being improved)
Council Tax Band: B
Local Authority: Cornwall Council
Water and Drainage: Mains
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