Guide price £450,000
A 19TH CENTURY GRADE II LISTED EARLY REGENCY 5 BEDROOMED FORMER MANSE OCCUPYING A QUIET POSITION CLOSE TO THE VILLAGE CENTRE. A large, spacious and substantial double fronted residence built around 1820 adjacent to the village chapel. It was constructed to the then Minister's own high specifications but on completion he in fact took up residence in another property nearby so never actually occupied it. Five years later the next Minister took up occupancy and it then remained the Manse until it was eventually sold in the 1950's. The property has oil-fired central heating and uPVC framed double glazing, the latter being added before the Grade II Listing took place in 1989. The large family sized kitchen has been refitted with attractive units, a five-ring electric Kenwood cooker and double oven. Many of the original fireplaces have been retained as have other original features including window shutters, doors and staircase. Carharrack is two miles from Redruth, where you will find a mix of local and national shopping outlets together with a Post Office and main line Railway Station. The village is also convenient for access to Truro, which is the administrative and cultural centre of Cornwall and will be found some eight miles distant. The south coast resort of Falmouth is within nine miles. Carharrack itself has a general store and a take-away and for those enjoying country walks and cycling nearby Carn Marth, as well as other locations, offers excellent opportunities. This house represents outstanding value and will attract a high level of interest from prospective buyers.
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