A beautifully presented four bedroom detached house in a highly desirable village location close to the sailing waters of The Carrick Roads. Low maintenance gardens, integral garage.
Why You'll Like It
A beautifully maintained and presented four bedroom detached house occupying a corner plot in a highly desirable development. The property is beautifully landscaped and planted and has a block paved driveway and integral single garage. The front entrance opens into a hallway with stairs to the first floor and a lovely modern shower room which doubles as the cloakroom. The living room is a large dual aspect room with fireplace and there are double doors through into the dual aspect kitchen / dining room. The kitchen is fitted with a beautiful range of cream high gloss units and granite work surfaces. There is a built-in Neff double oven, ceramic electric hob and chimney extractor. The dishwasher and fridge are both integrated. There is further appliance space in the utility which has an integral door to the garage. There are two ground floor bedrooms and the master and 2nd bedroom are on the first floor along with the family bathroom which is modern and has a separate bath and shower enclosure. Outside to the front is a lawned garden with pretty planted borders. To the rear the garden has been landscaped for ease of maintenance and has an artificial lawn, pretty planting and a timber summer house.
Where It Is
Mylor Bridge is one of Cornwall's sought after functioning villages offering a fantastic blend of local village facilities including wet fish shop, butchers, grocery shop, pubs, dentist, doctors and the thriving primary school. The location is perfect between Truro and Falmouth while also having access to Mylor Creek and the sailing waters of the Fal Estuary (with Mylor Yacht Harbour a short distance away where there are a choice of cafes and restaurants along the waterfront and numerous marine activities on offer including dingy sailing at Restronguet Sailing Club where Sir Ben Ainslie began his sailing career). Within walking distance is the famous Pandora Inn however you may prefer to arrive by boat and tie up alongside their floating pontoon! It's not all about sailing though, there's a great public playing field and park with sporting facilities, or if you prefer a leisurely stroll there are endless walks taking in the breathtaking views across tidal creeks and lush fields.
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