An exceptional and extremely rare opportunity to acquire a sensationally located 3-bedroomed detached, individual, waterside house, enjoying broad south-westerly views over tidal Mylor Creek, together with broad sun terrace, established lawned gardens, parking and integral garage - available with immediate vacant possession and no onward chain.
Enjoying a prime front-line and favoured position within Trevellan Road, probably the most sought-after address within this highly regarded creekside village, by virtue of its proximity to the superb nearby amenities, waterside position, south-westerly aspect and the superb creek views.
'Polyn' enjoys a beautiful aspect, overlooking its own mature and established gardens to Mylor Creek, the boatyard, Church Road, the outskirts of the village and surrounding unspoilt wooded countryside - a highly varied and ever-changing outlook of constant interest. In addition, similar properties along this stretch of Trevellan Road have 'claimed' and used the area of direct creek frontage adjacent to the bottom of the garden and the other side of the footpath. This area, accessed at the foot of the gardens, provides direct access onto the creek!
All rooms enjoy the delightful views over the mature and established gardens to the creek and beyond, and the property would benefit from a programme of modernisation, depending on a prospective purchasers requirements. The existing accommodation is well proportioned, light and maximises the benefit of living in this creekside location.
In addition to the integral garage, off road parking is provided to the front for one, possibly two smaller cars, however, prospective purchasers may be able to create further parking if required.
The port of Falmouth and cathedral city of Truro are approximately five and eight miles distant respectively; Truro benefiting from a main-line rail link to London (Paddington). There are many beautiful walks around the Mylor peninsula, notably a lovely circular walk which can begin from Trevellan Road, along the northern banks of Mylor Creek, to Greatwood, the shoreline of the Fal Estuary, the Pandora Inn, southern banks of neighbouring Restronguet Creek and back through the village.
Enjoying one of the finest under-developed positions within the village, an early viewing appointment is strongly recommended by the vendor's Sole Agents, Laskowski & Company, without delay.
Trevellan Road occupies a perfect position close to the heart of Mylor Bridge, by virtue of its sunny aspect, away from any through traffic, but within just a few minutes' walk of the excellent day-to-day amenities which include a sub-post office, fishmongers, butchers, community hall, public house, general stores, hairdressers, doctors surgery, dentist, newsagents, junior school, church and bus service to the nearby towns of Falmouth and Truro.
Sailors and water sports enthusiasts are, of course, particularly well catered for with out haul facilities, storage and repair facilities within Mylor Boatyard opposite, and deep water moorings upon application a little way down the creek, as well as at nearby Mylor Yacht Harbour which has established itself over recent years as the county's pre-eminent boating location, for sailors of all abilities.
(All dimensions being approximate)
Tiled flooring, timber panelled front door with obscure glazed side panel, to:-
An interesting split level design, with timber parquet flooring and open timber steps rising to the first floor galleried landing and descending to the reception hallway. Radiator. Window to the side elevation.
A bright reception area, 'wall of obscure glazed bricks', central obscure glazed door opening to the living room. Timber parquet flooring. Radiator. Door to the dining room. Staircase descending from the entrance. Door to utility/boot room. Door to:-
Mid flush WC. Wall mounted wash hand basin. Tiled splashbacks. Obscure glazed window to the front elevation with tiled sill. (Measurement included within the reception hall overall).
A well proportioned, bright, southerly-facing room, with bay window and further window enjoying the views over the terrace, mature gardens to the creek and surrounding properties, woodland and countryside. Granite fireplace with timber detail and slate hearth, with cupboards and arched open shelving to either side of the chimney breast. Six wall light points. Kick board radiator. Door to the:-
Worksurfaces with cupboards and drawers under, wall unit, open shelving. Tiled splashbacks. Stainless steel sink with drainer to either side and mixer tap. Space for larder-style fridge/freezer. Space for electric cooker. Space and plumbing for dishwasher. Two shelved cupboards. Dual aspect with broad window to the side elevation and glazed door opening onto the paved terrace and enjoying views over the gardens to the creek and boatyard. Door to the:-
Stable door leading from the front elevation. Door to kitchen. Door to shelved storage cupboard and further door to the:-
Two obscure glazed windows to the front elevation. Double radiator. Ceramic sink with drainer and two cupboards under. Space and plumbing for washing machine, separate dryer, freezer. Floor mounted Worcester boiler. Shelved cupboard.
Leading from the reception hallway, a door to the:-
A dual aspect room with window to the side elevation and window to the front elevation enjoying views over the terrace, garden, towards the creek and surrounding. Kick board radiator. Coved ceiling.
Timber flooring. Galleried to the stairwell entrance with stairs rising. Radiator. Loft access. Two shelved cupboards, one housing the hot water cylinder. Doors to the separate WC, bathroom and three bedrooms.
Window to the front, southerly, elevation enjoying views over the gardens to the creek and beyond. Pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splashback. Measurements include built-in wardrobes with sliding doors, providing hanging space and shelving. Double radiator. Sliding door with steps leading to the:-
Sloping ceiling. Skylight to the rear elevation. Eaves storage area. Reduced height door opening from the first floor landing.
Window to the front elevation, again overlooking the mature southerly-facing garden and enjoying views over the creek to the shoreline, boatyard, properties along Church Road and surrounding woodland and countryside beyond. Pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splashback. Double radiator. First measurement taken into double wardrobe with sliding door, hanging rail with shelf over. Further built-in cupboard with drawers and hanging rail.
Window to the front elevation, again enjoying the previously mentioned views. Double radiator. Pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splashback. Built-in wardrobe with sliding doors, providing hanging space with shelf over.
Bath with plumbed-in shower over, glazed shower screen. Large pedestal wash hand basin. Obscure glazed window to the rear elevation. Tiled walls. Radiator.
Low flush WC. Tiled walls. Obscure glazed window to the rear elevation.
Pull-in for one, possibly two cars, immediately to the front of 'Polyn', in addition to the integral garage. Covered entrance with, to the side, steps leading to an area accessed from the stable door 'rear porch' with deep bed and granite wall to the front boundary. (Please note this area could provide additional parking if required, and subject to all necessary consents). Gated access to paths leading around both sides of the property, onto the rear gardens.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||6.7%||£316,188||3.2||1.2|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£135,825 (6)||£226,168 (45)||£297,632 (106)||£529,672 (69)||£743,750 (16)|
|Flats||£199,914 (14)||£257,839 (42)||£377,806 (16)||£700,000 (2)||£387,500 (2)|
|All||£176,321 (21)||£239,623 (88)||£313,206 (126)||£535,311 (72)||£704,167 (18)|