This impressive family home was built in 1979 by a local builder and is set within a large established garden with lovely sweeping views of the village. The split level design offers spacious accommodation that flows well and is flexible. A broad vestibule opens through to the reception hall and the ground floor has a large living room with feature open fireplace and patio doors to the terrace and garden. The dining room has a window to the side and both these reception rooms have the original timber ceilings typical of quality homes of this era. The open plan kitchen / breakfast room has fitted units and worktops with space for appliances. Practical matters are taken care of in the separate utility room and there is also a double bedroom on this level which could easily be used as a study instead. The first floor has four double bedrooms. a shower room, a guest cloakroom/WC and the family bathroom. A real bonus is the lower ground floor where you'll find another large living room or playroom, which would be ideal for those working from home. A boot room completes this level. It is worth noting that the timber windows are in fact made from teak and are of the highest quality. Outside, the gardens are wonderful, gently sloping to the South with excellent views over the village and beyond. The rear garden offers a good degree of privacy and with plenty of driveway parking and with internal access to the double garage which includes the workshop at the back, this property really does offer a great deal of usable space.
Greenwith Road is a broad tree lined street with individual properties set within generous garden plots. Perranwell Station is an extremely sought after village between Truro and Falmouth. With a branch line train station, this village thrives and has a popular pub - The Royal Oak, excellent primary school, cricket and football club and even a classic car garage specialising in Morgans! With a friendly and busy community, the local amenities are valued and well supported by the locals. The Bissoe Cycle trail is close by linking the south and north coasts with a largely off road path that is enjoyed by walkers, runners and cyclists.For keen sailors, Mylor Yacht Harbour is a short drive away.