**NO ONWARD CHAIN** An impressive 1930s period family home situated in a prominent, elevated position in the heart of Par. Offers sea views and far reaching views across the village. Situated within half a mile of village amenities and mainline railway station. Boasts a spacious, traditional accommodation layout with period features throughout which must be viewed to be fully appreciated.
**NO ONWARD CHAIN** VIDEO TOUR AVAILABLE. An impressive 1930s period family home situated in a prominent, elevated position in the heart of Par. Offers sea views and far reaching views across the village. Situated within half a mile of village amenities and mainline railway station. Boasts a spacious, traditional accommodation layout with period features throughout which must be viewed to be fully appreciated.
The house is approached via a private road which provides access for address on Upper Eastcliffe and Polmear Road. On the right-hand side is a parking area which offers ample space for two cars, with another parking space to the side of the house.
Mature gardens wrap around two sides of the house, with areas of lawn and borders containing a profusion of plants, including mature shrubs. The main garden has mostly a South-Westerly aspect. A pathway leads along the far side of the house, and emerges to the rear, where there is useful block-built outside store and adjacent outside WC.
The house is entered via a porch which has windows and space for shoe storage. Attractive tessellated tiled floor, which we believe to be original. A timber door with period, stained glass insert opens into the entrance hallway.
The entrance hallway has an attractive staircase with timber spindled balustrade. Panel doors open to access the spacious lounge diner and utility.
The lounge diner offers an impressive aspect, with two large bay windows to the front elevation providing far reaching views. The fireplace houses a gas flame fire at the lounge end, with the dining end offering space for free standing furniture and a family sized dining table.
The utility has a window to the side elevation and is fitted with a range of storage units with worksurfaces. A door opens to the kitchen, with an adjacent door opening to the rear of the former garage. Space for fridge and freezer.
The former garage now offers an additional room which can be used for storage or as an office/hobby room.
The kitchen is fitted with a range of units comprising cupboards and drawers with worksurfaces over. Built in electric oven and grill, built in four ring electric hob. Inset one a quarter bowl sink and drainer with mixer tap. Tiling to splashbacks. Space for washing machine and dishwasher. Wall mounted storage units with underlighting. A rear door opens to provide outside access to the outside store and WC.
The first floor landing has an attractive timber spindled balustrade and a window to the rear elevation. Loft access hatch. Panel doors open to the bathroom and three bedrooms.
Bedroom One is a generous double with a window to the front elevation offering far reaching sea and village views.
Bedroom Two is an impressive double, with dual aspect windows; the front window offering some far reaching sea and village views, with the side window offering a pleasant vista back towards St Blazey and the Luxulyan Valley. This room is currently used as an upstairs sitting room.
Bedroom Three sits to the rear of the house with a window to the side elevation offering views across Par and back towards St Blazey and the Luxulyan Valley.
The family bathroom has an obscured window to the side elevation, and is fitted with a suite comprising panel bath, pedestal wash basin and separate corner shower cubicle. The low level WC is located in its own space, slightly separated from the main bathroom area, and has an obscured window to the rear elevation.
The house benefits from double glazing throughout and has a mains gas fired central heating system.