Building plot available: An exciting opportunity to acquire a building plot of approximately 1/3 of an acre with outline planning permission in the highly sought-after location of Mylor Harbour (planning ref PA20:00455). The dwelling will enjoy an elevated position with outstanding views out to sea and the surrounding rolling countryside.
Trytressa lies within the designated Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty surrounded by breathtakingly beautiful countryside and the National Trust owned shoreline of the Roseland Peninsula. Mylor is a historic Cornish port and has just been voted a top holiday spot for 2022 by VisitEngland. The property is located in Mylor Churchtown with amenities and facilities close by including popular restaurants, public houses, a primary school and the renowned Mylor Yacht Harbour.
The Fal Estuary is regarded as having some of the finest sailing waters in Britain with many creeks, inlets, beaches and waterside villages to explore. Within sailing distance is the historic River Fowey, as well as the renowned Helford River which has been immortalised by Daphne du Maurier, the famous author and playwright. There are many sailing clubs around the Carrick Roads which hold regattas throughout the season with Falmouth Week being the highlight of the year, and the Royal Cornwall Yacht Club in Falmouth often hosts world class events.
There are good local facilities in the area with Truro, Cornwall’s capital city, approximately 10 miles away. Truro has the widest range of facilities in Cornwall including many supermarkets, businesses, first class shopping, a wide range of restaurants and bars, a cinema and theatre. There is a good number of state and independent schooling in the area including Truro School, Truro Prep School, Truro High School for Girls and Naturally Learning Truro, an ofsted outstanding-rated nursery school.
Falmouth, approximately 5 miles away, is Cornwall’s premier south coast location and is steeped in maritime history. Renowned for its beaches, spectacular coastline and scenery, the town offers a fascinating mix of charming individual boutiques, shops and well known high street names. It has a reputation for its fresh sea food and an abundance of cafes and restaurants provide a selection of worldwide cuisine and traditional local food. Further afield, Cornwall offers a range of accessible attractions such as the Eden Project, the National Maritime Museum, the Lost Gardens of Heligan, and the Tate Gallery. Fine dining Michelin star and celebrity chef restaurants are in abundance, including Rick Stein (Falmouth, Padstow and Porthleven), Jamie Oliver (Fifteen), Nathan Outlaw (Port Isaac) and Paul Ainsworth (Padstow).
Communication links are excellent. There is easy access to the A39 connecting Cornwall to rest of the country, and a railway station from Truro has a mainline connection to London Paddington which takes approximately 4 ½ hours. Cornwall Airport Newquay, 24 miles away, offers international and national flights, including flights to London Heathrow taking just under an hour.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||7.9%||£308,500||3.3||1.5|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£196,250 (4)||£239,867 (23)||£335,191 (52)||£570,870 (23)||£807,083 (12)|
|Flats||£178,794 (17)||£314,997 (34)||£409,167 (12)||-||£450,000 (1)|
|All||£182,119 (21)||£284,681 (57)||£349,062 (64)||£570,870 (23)||£779,615 (13)|