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3 Barton Side, West Looe Hill 

Guide Price £225,000


Situated in West Looe is this substantial property in need of modernisation. The property benefits from two double bedrooms plus a third bedroom / study to the ground floor. The property has separate lounge, dining room and kitchen with access to a side patio area.  Bartonside is located off of West Looe Hill with gradual slope and steps access, being in this elevated position the property has quaint views over West Looe and benefits from a quiet setting and the evening sun.  This property has great potential to be a home, investment or holiday let.


The fine details 

Ground Floor

The entrance porch leads you into a welcoming hallway with stairs up to the first floor with understairs storage cupboard. Original wood doors off to lounge, dining room and kitchen. The lounge has a stone built fireplace, uPVC window to the front elevation and radiator. The dining room has a uPVC window to the rear elevation, radiator and further door to the kitchen. The kitchen is in need of replacement and there is a separate utility cupboard to one side and uPVC door out to the courtyard area.

First floor

The first floor comprises of the two double bedrooms and bathroom. The master bedroom to the front of the property has a uPVC window and radiator. The second double bedroom has a sloping ceiling reducing some head height and a uPVC window to the side. The bathroom has a uPVC obscure window to the rear and is in need of modernisation, although the suite that is there is in full working order. Door to cupboard.

Agents Note

This property contains Mundic block and a copy of the report is available to those that view. The report and inspection was carried out in May 1996. Beach gravels have no reported deleterious properties when incorporated into Concrete blocks or mass concrete. The main section of the party wall can be placed into Class A, along with the previous samples The second sample from the roof void is as found before , being a mine waste that cannot be classified. In view of these findings, we suggest that the roof section of the dividing wall has been added at a later date, possibly as a fire break. This concrete would not be in a mortgageable class. However, it would seem to be a relatively simple exercise to replace these blocks, at some convenient time, in conjunct ion with the adjoining owners, in order to render both properties completely satisfactory for when a mortgage is required.

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