A uniquely designed detached residence of quality specifications and beautiful panoramic river, countryside and bay views, located within walking distance of boating facilities, beaches, shops and restaurants.
Ground Floor: Reception Hall, Cloakroom, Dining Room, Bespoke Out of Wood Kitchen, Living Room, Utility Room, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Fired Earth Tiled Shower Rooms, Family Bathroom.
First Floor ‘Lookout’ with Balcony and Triple Aspect 270° Panoramic Views
Outside: Connecting Double Garage, Driveway with Boat / Caravan Storage, Vegetable Garden, Rear Garden with Sun Terrace
This individual detached residence has, in recent years, undergone complete restoration and extension to quality standards for our clients who live in the property permanently and who used local tradesmen and companies. An engineered oak flooring contrasts the original parquet flooring to the 39’3 x 35’1 l-shaped open plan kitchen, living and dining room. A specifically designed oak staircase leads to a ‘Lookout’ first floor sitting room which has a large 15’8 x 14’3 balcony. This room is galleried over the kitchen and has mesmerising 270° degree triple aspect river, countryside, village, harbour and bay views.
All the windows and the bi-fold doors were installed by a local company who sourced the double glazed units from Sweden. The stylish bathroom, shower rooms and utility room are fitted with Fired Earth tiles and the contemporary kitchen is fitted by Out of Wood and features a 7’ central island, Corian worktops and electric Aga cooker.
Connected to the property is a double garage which has been built with a view of conversion if required into an annexe
accommodation or a 4th bedroom en suite. Planning permission exists for an outbuilding / garage / boatstore on the driveway, where an electricity supply, mains drainage and water are available.
By only viewing internally can one fully appreciate the full quality that this light and airy property offers.
Particularly from the ‘Lookout’ room, the views from various vantage points around the property and gardens include the Percuil River to the east, beautiful countryside on St Anthony National Trust Headland, Place Manor, St Mawes Harbour and village, extending out onto Falmouth Bay, Pendennis and St Mawes Castles with The Lizard Peninsula beyond.
The views are ever changing and are a hive of water activity throughout the year.
The property is ideally located within walking distance of Freshwater Lane, with its boat moorings and boatyards as well as a delightful river walk. Approximately 400 yards away is Summers Beach as well as the central village area, offering a variety of shops, and restaurants to cater for all daily needs.
St Mawes village centre: 0.6 mile. King Harry Car Ferry: 5 miles. Truro: 10 miles via car ferry. Falmouth: 20 minutes by passenger ferry or 15 miles by car ferry. Newquay Airport: 27 miles with daily flights to London Gatwick (70 minutes), and Manchester (80 minutes). St Austell: 18 miles with London Paddington 4 hours by rail.
This enchanting south facing harbour village of St Mawes is found on the eastern side of the Fal Estuary, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with much of its surroundings owned by the National Trust. The village is centred round its quaint harbour, its own beaches and Castle. It has a wide range of amenities, which are open all year, including a bank, butchers, bakers, convenience store, post office / newsagent, doctors, hairdressers, dentist, pharmacy, village hall, church, delicatessen and clothing shops including
Fat Face. The village also has two public houses, and an excellent range of cafes, restaurants, art galleries, gift and ice cream shops.
St Mawes has long been one of the West Country’s more desirable and exclusive destinations, with Olga Polizzi’s Hotel Tresanton and the recently re-modelled Idle Rocks Hotel both luring the rich and famous. The village has superbly varied and accessible sailing waters and an active sailing club with a full programme of village regattas, club races and various national championships to cater for all ages. There is an all year round pedestrian ferry service to and from Falmouth and a seasonal ferry runs to Place, providing access to the scenic walks on the National Trust owned St Anthony Headland.
Recently, Cornwall has been enjoying a renaissance, especially post Brexit. It offers a range of accessible attractions such as the Eden Project, the National Maritime Museum, the Lost Gardens of Heligan, and
the Tate Gallery. The Cathedral City of Truro is the main financial and commercial centre of Cornwall. It has a fine range of stores, private schools, college and the main hospital in the county (rch Treliske). Both Falmouth University and Cornwall Airport at Newquay are rapidly expanding. 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), Paul Ainsworth (Padstow), and the Roseland’s own Chris Eden at the
Mains electric, water and drainage.Oil fired central heating. Television and telephone points. Broadband enabled.
Window blinds and Cornish Shrimper Boat are available by separate negotiation.
Every effort has been made with these details but accuracy is not guaranteed and they are not to form part of a contract. Representation or warranty is not given in relation to this property. An Energy Performance Certificate is available upon request or on our website, . All negotiations must be with H Tiddy. Before proceeding to purchase, buyers should consider an independent check of all aspects of the property.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||5.2%||£568,986||3||1.6|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£184,992 (6)||£358,821 (12)||£346,540 (31)||£758,780 (33)||£1,133,000 (10)|
|Flats||£185,893 (7)||£314,950 (22)||£775,000 (1)||-||-|
|All||£185,477 (13)||£330,434 (34)||£359,930 (32)||£758,780 (33)||£1,133,000 (10)|