This beautiful period home has been completely modernised whilst keeping many character features. With flagstone floors in the living room and double volume ceilings with exposed beams this cottage is full of character. Just inland from the seaside town of Looe the house is in a raised position making the best of the stunning far reaching views over the surrounding countryside.
The main front door is approached through an iron gate across an inlaid stone footpath and leads into the double reception room. This room is bright and spacious and has beautiful cast iron windows overlooking the front garden and fields beyond. The living area has flagstone floors and a large fireplace with wood burner which makes a perfect place to relax on a winters evening. The dining area has space for six to eight people.
The kitchen is double aspect with views over the garden and countryside and has a full range of base and wall units and ample work surfaces. It includes a dishwasher, four ring electric hob, oven and integrated fridge. A stable door leads into the garden. Off the kitchen is the inner hallway currently used as a breakfast area/study with a window seat and a lovely window overlooking the garden. You will also find the Guest WC here.
Steps lead up to a further double volume hallway, with exposed beams, with storage cupboards opens to a large utility area with base and wall units and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, a stable door leads to a patio area. A door leads into the garage which is fully tiled and has wall and base units with a worktop with double doors onto the side lane. Off the hallway is the Sun Room/Bedroom 3 which is a very bright double aspect room with double volume ceiling with exposed beams. This lovely room has views over the garden and countryside beyond with a glazed door to the sun terrace. This room has an ensuite wet room with shower, WC and hand basin.
Stairs lead to the first floor where you will find 2 large double bedrooms both with countryside views. The luxury large family bathroom with views over the garden and has a bath, separate shower, hand basin and WC.
From the kitchen and Sun Room doors lead out onto a patio area with steps leading to the large South Facing garden. Mainly laid to lawn with mature hedges and shrub borders it has great views over the countryside. There are two sun terraces which are perfect for alfresco BBQ’s or morning coffee. There are 2 large garden sheds and green house. The front garden is laid to lawn and there is also a West Facing sun terrace which is perfect for sundowners. To the side of the house there is off street parking for 2 cars and access to the garage is up the lane to the front of the property.
Morval is a rural hamlet in south Cornwall and is approx. two miles north of Looe. The hamlet has a Restaurant/Hotel The Snooty Fox and a parish church, along with Trenode C of E Primary School located approx. 1 mile away in the village of Widegates. The beaches of Looe and Talland Bay are close by with fantastic walking along the coastal footpath.
The A38 is approx. 5 mins drive away with this nearest mainline station with services to London Paddington can be found at Liskeard about 5 miles away.
Tenure – Freehold Services – Mains Electricity, Oil Central Heating with radiators, Private Drainage
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Directions – When passing the Snooty Fox on the right hand side on the A387 turns the next right between 2 cottages. Drive down this road for approx. 1/2 mile and you will find Hillcrest on your
right. Please park in the gravel parking space on the right.
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