Situated in the beautiful village of Veryan, tucked away in a quiet cul-de-sac this spacious three- bedroom bungalow is located on a corner plot.
The property has surrounding private gardens and ample off-road parking with the benefit of a good- size garage which has further potential to be incorporated into the property (subject to the necessary consents). This bungalow has an excellent size kitchen / dining room with a useful utility / storage area, and a good-size living room with bay window and electric designer radiator. The entrance hall has a large and useful storage cupboard. There are two double bedrooms with a further single room. The bathroom is spacious which has underfloor electric heating. The layout is very versatile with the potential of creating a self- contained annexe to generate some income if required. Generally, the bungalow is in good order throughout with the opportunity of some upgrading.
The gardens are of particular interest with what we believe to be the largest plot in the road and being a corner plot has garden on three sides with the rear patio enclosed for privacy. Mature hedging and trees border the gardens with a range of outbuildings / sheds having further potential for improvement to suit your needs.
Overall, this property presents an excellent and rare opportunity for those looking to move into this sought-after tranquil village within the Roseland Peninsula.
Entrance Hall, Sitting Room, Kitchen / Dining Room,
Three Bedrooms, Bathroom.
Garage, Parking, Gardens.
Veryan is most famous for its nineteenth century thatched Round Houses. There are five in all, two pairs of which stand at each end of the village and another in the centre. They were originally built by a missionary, named Reverend Jeremiah Trist, for his daughters. The present name of the village is a corruption of St Symphorian, the Parish saint, which in 1525 had become St Severian leading eventually to St Veryan. Close to Veryan is Carne Beacon, a Bronze Age grass covered barrow and reputedly the burial place of the legendary 6th century chieftain, Gereint of Dumnonia from whom the nearby village of Gerrans gets its name. Not far from there is Veryan Castle, a small Iron Age hill fort.
Veryan and Veryan Green
Veryan and Veryan Green comprise a most pleasant village famous for its 'Round Houses' in the beautiful Roseland Peninsula of South Cornwall, and is a true village community with a post office/mini-market, primary school, Church, an excellent pub and a Sports and Social club (including indoor bowls). It is also a conservation area and is approximately 2 miles from the unspoiled Pendower and Carne beaches. There are many lovely country walks in and around the village, and the Cornish Coastal Path is also within easy reach. The Cathedral City of Truro and administrative centre for Cornwall is 12 miles away with excellent shopping facilities. The King Harry Ferry, approximately 4 miles, provides a short cut to Falmouth and leads to the far west. The sailing centre of St Mawes is within 8 miles.
Mains water, electricity and drainage. Telephone point. NB: the electrical circuit, appliances and heating system have not been tested by the agents.
Energy performance certificate rating: E
Council tax band D.
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