This well presented, detached four bedroom bungalow has been lovingly maintained and improved by the current owners and is very conveniently located at the centre of this popular village. The property is set back behind an attractive hedge and stone wall with a gated entrance making it feel very private. There's a large expanse of easily maintained gravelled driveway where you could park a number of vehicles plus a boat and motorhome. The property has a sizeable double garage (with twin up and over doors) which has more ceiling height than expected. There is a separate stand alone barn / garage / workshop adding to the flexibility of this lovely home. The barn could easily be converted to another use (subject to any necessary consents) and will interest those needing studio work from home space or home workshop. Heading into the bungalow itself there is an entrance porch with tiled floor. The inner front door for the property is an elegant oak style door opening to a wide entrance hallway with store cupboard. The living room has a bay window and open fireplace with tall ceiling heights adding to the feeling of space. From the entrance hallway there is an inner hallway connecting all four bedrooms and the kitchen / dining room. There is one bedroom and a shower room to the right hand end of the bungalow and the other three bedrooms are at the other end. Bedroom one is a large double and looks out to the rear garden. There is an en-suite bath and shower room which has a "Jack and Jill" arrangement connecting it with bedroom four also. The bathroom has a corner bath on a raised plinth and corner shower enclosure. There's a white WC and white basin and the room benefits from luxurious under floor heating. Bedroom four is currently configured as a dressing room / study and offers great flexibility. Bedroom two is a spacious double to the front of the property. There's a kitchen / dining room to the rear of the property which has fitted banquette style seating in the dining area and a lovely view of the garden The kitchen is fitted with a range of 'seaside' style ivory base and wall units with solid beech block work surfaces and a Belfast style ceramic sink. There are decorative units including a tall glass display unit, a plate rack and pull-out vegetable baskets. The electric oven is built under and there is a ceramic hob fitted. From the kitchen a door opens to a large utility room / workshop to the side of the property. The utility room has access doors at either end to both the front parking area and the rear garden and the Worcester gas central heating boiler (with app controls) which was recently installed and has the remainder of its warranty is located there too. There is a single bowl stainless steel sink and plumbing for the washing machine etc. To the rear of the property is a delightful, sunny , enclosed rear garden with gravel pathway, level lawn and a pretty planted border. A path to the side of the property gives access to a door at the rear of the garage.
Playing place is a popular village just outside Truro. With excellent road links and a cycle route to the city, the village is in an ideal location and is close to the highly sought after primary school at Kea. There is a shop, post office and petrol station close by and rural walks and cycle routes are within easy reach. The community hall is around the corner along with a popular and well equipped public play area with skateboard park and there is a pretty church at Kea a short distance away. The creeks of Cowlands and Coombe can be enjoyed nearby with walks to Roundwood Quay and Trelissick National Trust gardens and house. In neighbouring Feock The King Harry Ferry is the gateway to the beautiful Roseland Peninsula with its stunning beaches. Loe Beach at Feock is a great place for sailing, windsurfing and kayaking located on the edge of the Carrick Roads, arguably some of the finest sailing waters in the country. Further village facilities can be accessed on foot or bicycle at nearby Carnon Downs where there is a doctors surgery and mini supermarket. Local pubs include The Punchbowl and Ladle at Penelewey and The Devoran Inn at Devoran. The Bissoe cycle trail can be accessed at Devoran with a largely off road trail ride all the way to Portreath on the North coast.