First time ever to the market. A wonderful elevated three-bedroom house in a superb position between Newlyn and Mousehole offering panoramic views out over Mounts Bay
The property is named of the Low-Lee Buoy in Mounts Bay directly in front of the property. The property was built in 1930 and remarkably has remained in the same family and, as such, is now available to the market for the first time.
The property has a remarkable panoramic view encompassing Penzance, The Jubilee Pool, Long Rock beaches, Marazion and St Michaels Mount with the Lizard Peninsula in the distance. A perfect position to watch the Newlyn fishing boats as they either sail out to fish or return laden to the harbour.
Steps lead up from the front garden to the central recessed front door with a small balustraded Verandah with space for a small table and chairs on either side of the door offering fabulous views out across Mounts Bay. A glazed front door opens into the entrance hall with built in cloaks cupboard. A glazed panel and door then lead into the dual aspect sitting room which has a box bay window overlooking Mounts Bay. A door leads through in to the second reception room/dining room which has box bay window overlooking the side garden. The dual aspect kitchen is off the dining room and has recently been refurbished with new grey Shaker style wall and base units and wood effect work surfaces. There is a built-in double over and ceramic hob along with plumbing for a washing machine and space for a tumble drier and tall fridge freezer. A door opens into the rear porch which leads out on to a patio area and rear garden.
A corridor leads off from the second reception room/dining room to the three bedrooms and bathroom. Immediately to the left is the bathroom which has a walk-in shower and opposite a built-in linen cupboard. The back bedroom is the smaller of the three has a built-in wardrobe and overlooks the rear garden. The other two are good sized doubles. One has a box bay to the side of the property whilst the front bedroom is dual aspect, has a built-in wardrobe and a box bay to the front with views over Mounts Bay.
Gardens & the exterior
Low-Lee sits in an elevated position above Cliff Road bordered to the front by a hedge. There is pedestrian access via a metal gate on the right and by a driveway on the left. The driveway leads up to a large garage with sliding doors. There is parking on the driveway for 2-3 cars. The front garden is terraced with a large area laid to lawn with borders of mature planting. Steps on the left of the property lead up to another level where there is a workshop and lawned area. Behind this the garden slopes upwards leading up to the two fields which span the rear of both neighbour’s properties. Please note that the fields are currently overgrown and difficult to view, however the owner has photographs of them when they were just grass. Just behind the property is a small enclosed patio area which has plenty of space for a table and chairs and benefits from the evening sun.
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|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||10.5%||£344,944||2.2||1.3|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£145,500 (1)||£336,798 (23)||£452,694 (25)||£648,778 (9)||£490,000 (1)|
|Flats||£139,988 (4)||£221,250 (4)||£525,000 (1)||-||-|
|All||£141,090 (5)||£319,680 (27)||£455,475 (26)||£648,778 (9)||£490,000 (1)|