Why You'll Like It
In a fantastic location close to the city centre, this large period home has many original features. Arranged over two storeys the flexible accommodation comprises four/five double bedrooms, two reception rooms, kitchen, utility room, bathroom, shower room and two cloak rooms.
Stepping into the impressive reception hall, period features include deep skirtings and dado rails. There is a useful understairs cupboard and a particularly beautiful wood panelled door with period plasterwork depicting the Roman goddesses Diana and Ceres which opens through to the sitting room. Perfect for entertaining, the large bay window overlooks the attractive private gardens and the open fireplace is perfect for cosy evenings. A further reception room lends itself to many uses and would be ideal as a study, playroom, ground floor bedroom or for working from home. It has French doors opening to a private courtyard. The kitchen is fitted with a range of modern units and there is plenty of workspace along with a handy breakfast bar. It opens into the dining room which has plenty of room for a large table and chairs. Practical matters are taken care of in the utility room which is just off the kitchen along with a cloakroom/WC. A further guest cloakroom/WC and a separate shower room complete the ground floor space. Heading upstairs there is an attractive stained glass window on the landing. A cupboard houses the gas combi boiler which was installed in 2015 along with plumbing for a WC if required. The four bedrooms are all doubles and a box room has potential to be converted into a shower room subject to obtaining consent. The bathroom has a modern white suite and includes a jacuzzi bath and a large walk in shower. There is also a very large loft suitable for conversion.
Sitting within a wonderful established garden plot, the property enjoys tremendous privacy thanks to the array of mature trees and shrubs. A pedestrian gate gives access to Agar Road and there is vehicle access and a large parking area to the rear. The gardens are a delight with lawned areas, an interesting quartz rockery, a broad sun terrace, and well maintained boundaries. The side gardens have potential to be cultivated as a vegetable garden or an additional lawned area. To the rear the large parking area is a great asset with space for approximately five vehicles and there is also a paved courtyard area. The rear of the property looks towards the wooded grounds of the Alverton Manor and again is private.
Where It Is
Agar Road is a residential street not far from the city centre making it exceptionally convenient for those wishing to have good access to the amenities and facilities on offer which include a range of independent and national shops, restaurants, cafes, bars, cinema and theatre. Excellent independent and state schools are close by and transport links are good with a mainline train station with a regular service to London and the north. Newquay airport offers a range of domestic and international flights.