AGENT'S NOTE - COMPULSORY PURCHASE ORDER
POTENTIAL BUYERS ARE ADVISED THAT THE PROPERTY WILL BE AFFECTED BY THE PROPOSED DUAL CARRIAGEWAY CONSTRUCTION WORKS ON THE A30. THE EXISTING JUNCTION / EXIT FROM THE A30 AT HENVER LANE HAS BEEN RE-DESIGNED BY HIGHWAYS ENGLAND AND A SECTION OF THE END OF THE GARDEN CLOSEST TO THE A30 WILL BE SUBJECT TO A COMPULSORY PURCHASE ORDER. THE JUNCTION WORKS WILL ALSO AFFECT THE NEIGHBOURING FIELD WHERE THE PROPERTY'S SEPTIC TANK IS CURRENTLY LOCATED. WE ARE AWAITING CLARIFICATION AS TO WHAT WILL HAPPEN TO THE PROPERTY'S PRIVATE DRAINAGE AND WHETHER / HOW THAT WILL NEED TO BE ALTERED.
Why You'll Like It
This charming character Cornish cottage has been lovingly maintained by the current owners and is presented in excellent decorative order with many character features restored and intact. The property is larger than expected inside offering plenty of space and the first floor has high ceilings in the bedrooms adding to the spacious feel. Set in large gardens with ample gravel driveway parking the property is charming while also being a practical home for modern living. While the setting is charming it is quite close to the A30 which adds great convenience for easy access up and down the county. It is however important to point out that part of the garden will be subject to a compulsory purchase order when work is carried out to turn this section of the A30 into a dual carriageway. Buyer's are advised to make their own enquiries of Highways England as to the impact on the property (please see the attached plan). While we understand that this property will impact the current gardens and surroundings we would strongly urge buyers to view the property to see the quality of the cottage itself. In addition to the kitchen, conservatory, living room and dining room there is also a useful utility room, a cloakroom / WC and large garage / workshop on the ground floor. Upstairs a first floor landing leads to the three generous bedrooms and the family bathroom which has a Mira electric shower over the bath. Outside to the rear is a pleasant garden with two large storage sheds and to the front the gravel driveway sweeps through the landscaped front garden.
Where It Is
Zelah is a small village mid-way between Truro and the North Cornish coast at Perranporth and just a very short distance from the main A30 trunk road. The village has a Pub and the nearby village of Shortlanesend offers a shop, post office, Methodist Church, pub and primary school. The proximity to the A30 provides easy access for commuting to other local towns, villages and beyond.
6' 1'' x 2' 6'' (1.86m x .76m)
17' 0'' x 11' 8'' (5.18m x 3.56m)
With beamed ceiling and feature stone fireplace
18' 10'' x 12' 1'' (5.73m x 3.69m)
15' 5'' x 8' 2'' (4.69m x 2.48m)
A Rayburn "Royal" stove is the warm heart of this fitted country style kitchen which has been thoughtfully planned to include fitted and freestanding appliances. There's a double electric oven and ceramic electric hob with extractor over.
11' 9'' x 11' 1'' (3.59m x 3.39m)
Maximum dimensions (irregular shaped room). UPVC double glazed.
12' 0'' x 6' 0'' (3.65m x 1.83m)
Worcester oil fired boiler.
Cloakroom / WC
Garage / Workshop
19' 6'' x 14' 3'' (5.95m x 4.34m)
First Floor Landing
11' 11'' x 9' 9'' (3.63m x 2.97m)
12' 0'' x 9' 4'' (3.67m x 2.85m)
9' 3'' x 8' 9'' (2.82m x 2.67m)