Part renovated country property for completion with land and country views.
Situated less than a mile from the coast, this south-west facing detached country property enjoys a most attractive rural location with views to the side and rear over unspoilt countryside. The house occupies a plot of about 0.2 acres plus adjoining land of about 18 acres. An extensive programme of upgrading and refurbishment has commenced and is well progressed but now requires completion. The accommodation has been well laid out with reverse level arrangement to enjoy the stunning rural views to open countryside.
An extremely rare opportunity to purchase an attractive part renovated house with adjoining land and two stone outbuildings. Following extensive renovations and improvements, the house features rendered elevations with attractive stonework to some of the ground floor areas with pitched roofs complimented by a number of hipped dormer windows. Now requiring completion, the extremely well thought out reverse-level accommodation layout takes full advantage of the captivating rural views to the side and rear, both from the impressive sitting room, and the proposed spacious kitchen/ diner. A particular delight of the property is this first floor sitting room giving views along the access lane and across rural farmland with exposed roof trusses and preparations for the fireplace. Double glazed PVCu windows are fitted to the much of the property together with ‘thistle’ smooth plastered internal walls, textured ceilings with coving. This is an extremely rare opportunity for a buyer to put their own stamp on the property and choose finishes and specifications.
The land is a good size, single block of land extending in area to 18 acres or 7.2 hectares, or thereabouts, within a ring fence. Comprising nine level field enclosures within Cornish stone and earth dividing boundary hedges, the land is described at Grade III on the Land Classification Map for the area and is suitable for growing a wide variety of crops in this renowned ‘early’ and double cropping farming district.
Agents Note: To mortgage a house without a kitchen or bathroom, many lenders will see this as uninhabitable and won’t consider it suitable security, unfortunately.<br /><br />Accessed down a long unmade track, and about a mile inland from the south Cornish coast, the property sits between Porthleven and Marazion, and is perfectly placed to access the beautiful sandy beaches of Praa Sands, Perranuthnoe and Prussia Cove.
The attractive old town of Marazion with it’s stunning St Michael’s Mount lies about 3 miles away and is a popular destination for beach holidays and water sports, together with a number of restaurants and galleries.
A good range of retail and administrative amenities can be found at Penzance and Helston which are both about 6 miles distant. The City of Truro provides the county’s leading amenities and services, lying about 25 miles away and benefits from the newly renovated ‘Hall for Cornwall’ theatre.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||6.8%||£296,000||2.2||1|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£222,500 (4)||£251,875 (16)||£407,433 (15)||£580,667 (15)||£555,000 (3)|
|Flats||£160,000 (1)||£241,667 (6)||-||-||-|
|All||£210,000 (5)||£249,091 (22)||£407,433 (15)||£580,667 (15)||£647,000 (5)|