- LARGE PARKING SPACE
- THREE DOUBLE BEDROOMS
- 500M TO THE WATER
- GARDEN AND PATIO
- PERIOD FEATURES THROUGHOUT
- TWO RECEPTION ROOMS
Full of character this charming 18th century cottage is within 500 meters of the water’s edge and is set quietly on the outskirts of Millbrook village. The accommodation includes; three double bedrooms, a spacious living room with dining area, snug / second living room, kitchen and family bathroom. Externally there is a generous garden with patio and large private parking space.
Entrance to the house via the front door leads into a snug with exposed stone feature fireplace. This inviting room provides access to the other ground floor rooms and stairs up to the first floor.
The living room is a generous size at almost 23ft long benefiting from a working log burner and providing room for a separate dining area.
The cottage style kitchen benefits from matching wall and base units and space for a dishwasher. There is a door providing access to the rear shared path with slate steps directly up to the garden.
The accommodation on the first floor is made up of three double bedrooms. The master bedroom benefits from in-built storage and views towards the glistening water at Hancock’s Creek.
The family bathroom is well equipped with a walk in shower, free standing slipper bath, hand basin and w/c. There is also a utility cupboard plumbed for a washing machine.
The cottage benefits from a superb garden, accessed via a shared path and a small set of steps. The southerly facing garden is mostly laid to lawn with borders of mature shrubbery. This is a real sun trap, which is adjoined to an enclosed patio area with space for a garden shed and access to the private parking space.
The village of Millbrook is situated just a few miles south of Torpoint and is an ideal location for anyone who appreciates a coastal/rural setting with the well-known beauty spots of ‘The Rame Peninsula’ such as Plymouth Sound, Mount Edgcumbe Estate and the twin former fishing villages of Kingsand and Cawsand in close proximity. MILLBROOK is an active village, with many activities for people of all ages including amenities of shops, church & chapel, chemist, football club & sports/playing fields, public houses and marinas’ with
golf being catered for at the nearby Whitsand Bay golf course.
The modern city of Plymouth is within easy commuting distance by road via the vehicle/passenger ferry at nearby Torpoint or the Tamar Bridge or by public transport as well as the foot passenger ferry at Cremyll.
Follow the signs to the Village centre; follow the road down the hill and around the Tanyard which will be on your right. Follow the road past the row of shops and take the turning on your right into Knill Cross. Up the hill and follow the road along past the turning to Maker Lane keep going and you will see a turning on your right to Anderton Rise. Keep going past this turning and the property can be found on second house to your right.
Local Authority: Cornwall Council
EPC Rating: F Council Tax: Band B
Utilities: Mains electric, water, drainage, internet
Heating: Wood burner & LPG Central Heating
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