White Cottage
£595,000 ono

TENURE: Freehold

Difficult to date accurately but certainly many hundreds of years old and originally we think the granite farm house and stables associated with the surrounding farm land.
Fourteen years ago White Cottage was acquired by a well known and respected local builder who has over the years, in association with others, developed the adjoining land which now forms the site of two bespoke residences in addition to White Cottage and separate holiday property. Plans have recently been approved for a third bespoke residence and it is possible that one other will follow in years to come.

White Cottage itself has been most thoughtfully and tastefully converted to provide spacious family accommodation with generous amenity space. The extensions and alterations include many expensive fittings and yet have retained a lot of the character of the original cottage.

Just outside Hugh Town in the popular residential area of Porthloo tucked away from the road yet enjoying plenty of surrounding space.

Approached by a private vehicular and pedestrian driveway from the main road which serves and is shared by the adjoining owners, White Cottage has a hard standing area for numerous vehicles and from there a pathway passes through lawns on either side to the cottage itself.

A pair of UPVC double glazed doors lead into:
Conservatory (which also serves as the front hallway entrance) 13’0” X 8’3” Attractive open rafters and slate sills
together with three walls glazed with UPVC double glazing. The floor is surfaced with a cushion floor in oak style veneer.
Four power points. A side door to the patio. A cupboard with coat hanging space and two power points.

A door at the rear of the conservatory leads into:
Lounge / Dining Room 21’0” X 12’6” An attractive feature are the exposed pine ceiling joists to the living room area and a feature fireplace fitted with a multi fuel stove. There are windows to the front and rear and within the living area is a wall niche with lighting. Twelve power points. Electric night storage radiator. Television aerial point. Telephone connection.

The dining area has a sloping roof / ceiling with two Velux roof lights. Electric night storage radiator. Six power points.
Double doors to the rear patio.

One step lead up from the dining area into:
An Inner Hallway from which direct access leads to the
Kitchen 11’10” X 11’6” The floor is covered with a cushioned floor in oak veneer finish and the whole kitchen is comprehensively fitted with white floor cabinets with laminated oak working surfaces and matching wall cabinets including drawer units, shelves etc. The wall cabinets have concealed lighting beneath and other fittings include an integrated under counter refrigerator, Whirlpool ceramic four ring hob with extractor fan over, Whirlpool stainless steel oven, plumbing for automatic washing machine. There is a dedicated breakfasting area and to the other side of the kitchen is a fitted broom cupboard. Thirteen power points. Electric cooker point. Two three branch ceiling spot lamp fittings.

A half wall divides the kitchen from the inner hallway and the inner hallway then leads to:
Utility Room 5’3” X 4’6” The floor is covered with a cushioned floor in oak veneer finish. Coat hanging space. Four power points. Plumbing for automatic washing machine. Loft access. Door to rear garden.

Two steps down lead to:
Ground Floor Bedroom 8’9” X 8’9” With recess for built in wardrobe. Six power points. Window overlooking the front
garden and front patio.

Shower Room 6’5” X 4’6” average plus a 3’0” wide shower cubicle. Expensively fitted having a black ceramic tiled floor
and fully tiled walls with a mosaic frieze. A white suite includes low level w.c. with a concealed cystern and wall mounted multi flush. Vanity wash hand basin with Monoblock tap and illuminated mirror over incorporating an electric shaver socket. Wall mounted electric towel rail. Shower cubicle with a Mira Jump electric shower unit. Natural light is provided by a light tube and there is a ceiling light and two recessed ceiling spot lamps. Electric ventilation.
Stairs from the inner hallway which are lit from above with a Velux roof light lead to:

On the First Floor
“L” Shaped Landing with electric night storage radiator. Three power points. Natural light from a wall / ceiling light tube.
Built in store cupboard housing electric distribution boards. Two additional built in storage cupboards.

A step up leads into:
Master Bedroom Suite 12’8” X 10’3” With windows to the front and rear elevations plus a borrowed light window from
the dining area. Four recessed ceiling mounted spot lamps. Six power points.

En-Suite Shower Room Expensively fitted having a black ceramic tiled floor and fully tiled walls with a mosaic frieze. A
white suite includes low level w.c. with a concealed cystern and wall mounted multi flush. Wash hand basin with
Monoblock tap and illuminated mirror. Wall mounted electric towel rail. 4’0” wide shower cubicle with concealed
thermostatically controlled shower unit. Natural light is provided by a light tube. Electric ventilation.

Bedroom 7’8” plus window recess X 7’5” plus a wall recess for a built in wardrobe. Six power points. Television aerial
connection. Access to roof storage space.

Bedroom 13’2” X 11’9” Havinga cushioned floor in oak veneer finish. Double aspect windows to the rear and side elevations. Nine power points. Television aerial point.

Family Bathroom With a black ceramic tiled floor and having fully tiled walls with a mosaic frieze. A white suite includes low level w.c. with a concealed cystern and wall mounted multi flush. Vanity wash hand basin with Monoblock tap and illuminated mirror. Wall mounted electric towel rail. “Space” shape panelled bath with concealed thermostatically
controlled shower unit. Velux roof light. Electric ventilation.

Outside There is land around three sides of the property laid out with easy to maintain lawns and patio areas. There is a
patio to the side and front of the property and a second patio approached from the dining room double doors. Both are
paved either with terracotta coloured bricks or concrete sets. The boundary of the property to two sides is at a higher level
and is separated from the lawns by a concrete retaining wall and small shrubbery areas.

Double gates lead through the side boundary wall onto:
Vehicle parking area again paved and large enough to accommodate at least four vehicles. This parking area in turn acts as a driveway accessing the:

Double Detached Garage 18’6” X 17’0” Having electric shutter doors and UPVC pedestrian door and windows. Storage cupboards and shelving. Electric light and power.

FURNISHINGS: All floor coverings, curtains and light fittings are included in the sale.
SERVICES: Mains electricity and water are connected. Drainage is to a modern shared Biostatic drainage system.
ASSESSMENTS: For the purposes of Council Property Tax, this property is designated in Band ‘F’ in the
Valuation List, producing a charge of £1944.49 for the year 2017/ 018.
To the above will be added £288.80 water charge.

NB: Alternatively offers will be considered for White Cottage without the garage and parking space.





Map Please Note: The map is intended as a guide only and
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White Cottage Porthloo, St Mary's - TR21 0NF

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