Mr & Mrs Tallis, Cornwall
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On a lovely corner plot in a private cul-de-sac, is this two bedroom, end of terrace bungalow, designed and built to provide local homes for local occupancy with countryside aspects, forming part of this desirable village location. The accommodation comprises an entrance hall, open plan lounge / kitchen / diner, conservatory with wood burner and family bathroom. Complemented with double glazing, driveway parking for 2-3 cars, and a generous rear garden. Subject to a section 106 agreement, a viewing is highly recommended.
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Wooden front door opening onto the driveway. Storage heater. Access into the open plan living accommodation, bedrooms and bathroom.
Double glazed uPVC window facing the front and rear overlooking the garden. The kitchen comprises; Vinyl flooring, part tiled walls. Roll top work surfaces, wall and base units, one and a half bowl, stainless steal sink with drainer, integrated electric oven, electric hob, overhead extractor, space for dishwasher and space for washing machine. Access into the conservatory.
UPVC patio double glazed doors opening onto the rear garden. Double glazed uPVC window facing the rear and side. An attractive multi stove burner and solid oak flooring.
Double glazed uPVC window facing the rear overlooking the garden. Vinyl flooring.
Double glazed uPVC window facing the front overlooking the garden. Carpeted flooring.
Double glazed uPVC window with obscure glass facing the front. Electric heater, vinyl flooring, part tiled walls. Low level WC, panelled bath, with an electric shower over, pedestal sink and extractor fan.
The property is approached over a brick laid driveway, providing parking for 2-3 cars. The front is laid to lawn with a variety of plants. The majority of the gardens are found to the rear, considered to be of a generous size, mainly laid to lawn and part patio, bordered by a traditional Cornish stone wall and hedgerow. There is a range of mature, trees, plants and bushes with ample space for a timber shed. A viewing internally and externally is recommended.
SECTION 106 AGREEMENT Local connection is to St Teath and adjoining parishes of Camelford, Michaelstow, St Tudy, St Kew, St Endellion, Tintagel & Forrabury & Minster inn. Having a local connection in this instance is defined as one of the following a. Being permanently resident for a continuous period of at least twelve (12) months immediately prior to Advertising; or b. Being formerly permanently resident for a continuous period of five (5) years; or c. Having his or her place of permanent work (normally regarded as 16 hours or more a week and not including seasonal employment) therein for a continuous period of at least five (5) years immediately prior to Advertising; or d. Having a connection through a close family member (normally mother, father, brother, sister, son or daughter) where the family member is currently resident therein and has been so for a continuous period of at least five (5) years immediately prior to advertising.
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