The Old School HouseSouth Road Goldsithney

£495,000
For Sale 2 Receps 2 Baths 3 Beds
*An historic chapel/school conversion
*Breathtaking interior design
*Three bedrooms with principle being ensuite
*Stunning lounge with 24 foot high vaulted ceiling
*Bespoke craftsman made kitchen
*Dining room, bathroom, study, gardens and parking
*Potential to further convert attic space
*LPG central heating and part double glazing
*EPC - G

Two timber doors lead into:

Study
14' 7" x 6' 11" (4.44m x 2.11m) With part canopied ceiling and inset spotlighting. Slate tiled floor and Gothic arch window with slate sill to the front and a wooden double glazed window to side. Power points and telephone point and cast-iron retro radiator. Cupboard housing consumer unit and fuses. Two stunning pine Gothic arched doors lead into:

Lounge
20' 8" x 14' 1" (6.30m x 4.29m) with 20' high vaulted ceiling. Two beautiful Gothic arched windows - rebuilt with stone and fanned brick tops with slate sills. Part exposed stone walling and display niches. The lounge has an incredible sense of space and airiness rising through the three storeys. There is a feature Gothic arched fireplace with inset stove. Power points, television aerial point, telephone points. A particular feature of the lounge is the pillars and galleried first-floor landing which acts like a minstrels gallery looking down into this room. A most attractive double grooved handmade skirting boards. Wood effect flooring, wall and ceiling lighting. Two cast-iron retro radiators. Stairs rise from the lounge to the first floor with large under stair storage cupboard.

Double sliding doors lead to:

Bedroom Three
8' 10" x 6' 3" (2.69m x 1.91m) The two recess sliding doors add character to this room. This room has power points, ceiling light and shelving, wood window and radiator. Handmade dual-grooved skirting board. Deep shelved cupboard.

Bedroom Two
12' 8" x 10' 6" (3.86m x 3.20m) With pine panelled door, ceiling light and power point. This room has a period cast-iron retro radiator. Window with slate sills to side and window providing borrowed light from kitchen.
Pine door leads to:


Bathroom
This is a Jack and Jill style bathroom accessed both from the ground floor bedroom and from the kitchen. The bathroom has a retro pedestal wash hand basin with chrome mixer taps, a panelled short bath with mixer taps and electric shower, low flush WC. There is a chrome and retro heated towel rail/radiator, attractive slate style tiled flooring and a Gothic arched window with slate sill and slate surround. Ceiling mounted vent and ceiling spotlighting. Gothic door with glass top pane leads into the kitchen. Wall mounted electric heater.

Kitchen
16' 4" (4.98m) narrowing to 13' x 10' 6" (3.96m x 3.20m) Natural down lighting from velux skylight window and uPVC patio doors to the rear. The kitchen has a beautiful marble floor with decorative panelling. There is an L-shaped woodblock worktop incorporating a granite chopping board. Green Rayburn. Built in stainless steel, oven and hob, four gas burners and splashback. A grooved black polished granite worktop incorporates a one half bowl sink and mixer with cupboard under and recess for slimline dishwasher. Further woodblock curved worktop with base cupboard under, one with pull-out drawer and a floor-to-ceiling pull out stainless steel racked larder cupboard. In addition, there is a further substantial floor-to-ceiling double cupboard - one side of which has shelves the other side which has plumbing for a washing machine and dryer. A particular feature of the kitchen is exposed walls and brick-top top archway to the bathroom. Gothic art uPVC window to the rear overlooking the rear garden. There is a substantial pine feature lintel over the uPVC patio doors which open out onto the decked rear garden. Concealed spotlighting to the ceiling with smoke detector.

An archway leads from the kitchen into the:


Dining room
12' 6" x 10' 9" (3.81m x 3.28m) This room has an attractive wood-effect floorcovering, ceiling light and wall light with retro cast iron radiator. Dual grooved skirting board. Power point. Wood window to the side aspect was slate sill. Pine panelled door leads back to the lounge.

A turning staircase leads from the lounge to the:

First floor
The first floor boasts a balustraded Minstrel-style gallery giving access to the principal bedroom and ensuite. Double doors with secure glazing feeds into the:

Master bedroom
21' 10" x 12' 4" (6.65m x 3.76m) This bedroom has two Gothic arched windows and two tilt and turn windows, making it a very light room. Two ceiling light points. Unusual four colour-style hit and miss walling to the landing. Very spacious L-shaped wardrobe with hanging rail and shelving, further walk-in wardrobe. Large storage cupboard by the bed. Power points and cast-iron retro radiator. Double doors open from the bedroom into:

Ensuite Bathroom
A most attractive bathroom featuring a panel corner bath with chrome Bibcock style taps, Tritan shower over and glass shower screen. Retro pedestal wash hand basin with chrome hot and cold taps. Low flush WC and matching bidet. The bathroom has marble fossil tiling with decorative bordering. Two cupboards, one of which houses a shaver point and wall mounted mirror/light. Ceiling spotlighting and chrome heated towel rail. Leaf patterned window.

From the first-floor landing there is a timber staircase leading to further:

Loft area
18' 10" x 14' 1" (5.74m x 4.29m) With fire door hatch which can be clipped open. The first part of the loft area is currently unconverted and houses the hot water cylinder and television aerial point. There is a doorway leading food to timbered flawed gallery area which overlooks the lounge.

Exterior
To the rear of the property is a most attractive garden laid to decking with a further terraced area made of railway sleepers. There is a slate fronted and hung storage shed. Garden pond.

Agents Note
SERVICES: The following services are available at the property however we have not verified connection, mains electricity, LPG gas, mains metered water, mains drainage, broadband/telephone subject to tariffs and regulations.

NOTE - The property benefits from an LPG heating system run off the Rayburn. There is also a substantial wood burner in the lounge.


TENURE: Freehold
COUNCIL TAX BAND: D


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