Two bedroom semi-detached house requiring modernisation and improvement.
Large ¼ of an acre plot.
Convenient rural location with good walking and riding out over Tresowes and Goldolphin Hills.
The propertyA semi-detached house situated in a row of nine pairs of similar houses.
This property is almost central in the row and on a slight bend giving it the largest plot, extending to about ¼ of an acre.
The houses were built around the 1930’s and 1940’s of rendered and pebbledash single block walls with composite slate roof and are very conveniently located in a popular semi-rural location.
They all have ample parking and gardens to the front, side and rear.
From the property there is a level rural outlook.
The property had been in the same ownership for many years and is now dated and would benefit from extensive modernisation and improvement.
There is also considerable scope for an extension to the side of the house into the wide garden or potentially a garden studio or outbuilding, subject to planning etc.
The gardens to the front, side and rear are a feature of the property with lawned areas and various mature shrubs and bushes inc.
Azaleas, rhododendrons, camellias, border plants etc.
There is an metal frame lean-to greenhouse, a garage with inspection pit to the rear and a separate lockup store.
A hard surface drive leads off the Council road up to the side of the house with a parking and turning area and access to the detached garage.
The accommodation briefly comprises rear entrance porch conservatory, kitchen, dining room and spacious lounge, hallway and staircase to first floor with two bedrooms and a bathroom.
situationTrewithan Terrace is conveniently located near Great Work, between Godolphin Cross, Germoe and Ashton, with good local amenities available at Breage, Ashton and Rosudgeon including Post Office, public houses, garage etc.
Both the north and south coasts are within easy reach together with West Penwith and the Lizard Peninsula.
The large towns of Penzance and Helston are within a short drive with all the usual main town amenities.
Great Work was historically a very large tin and copper mine and there are superb walks in the area over Godolphin Hill, Tresowes and Tregonning Hills with fantastic views, Rinsey Head, Praa Sands and Perranuthnoe on the south coast, Hayle, Gwithian and The Towans on the north coast.
Mainline railway stations at St.
Erth, Redruth and Camborne provide direct links to London Paddington.