Situated in mainland Britain's most southerly village, a spacious character residence which is currently divided into three dwellings. These comprise the owner's two bedroom accommodation, a two bedroom cottage and a one bedroom holiday let. During 2015 the property had a complete refurbishment which included a new roof, installation of double glazing and redecorated throughout.
Brick Cottage was reputedly built in the 1860s and is one of the most iconic buildings in The Lizard and is a fine example of one of the few brick built cottages that remains in the village. From the front elevation distant sea views can be enjoyed. The property is to be sold as a going concern with all furniture, fixtures and fittings. The current layout of the property is the main spacious two bedroom owner's accommodation, Brick Cottage is an attached two bedroom, two storey holiday let and The Lobster Pot, is a self-contained, one bedroom let. The whole property could either be converted back into one large property or, as in its previous life, four dwellings. Brick Cottage benefits from environmentally friendly systems to include a Biomass log boiler which powers the whole central heating system and solar water panels. The property is situated in a third of an acre of well stocked mature gardens with a vegetable plot and greenhouse, working well with pump, a Koi Carp pond and a large detached, double glazed summer house. There are numerous useful outbuildings (two former serpentine works) and an office and two timber garages. There is parking for several cars.
The Lizard village is mainland Britain's most southerly village, a special place jutting out into the sea where the Atlantic Ocean and the English Channel meet, it has been designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty. The village provides a range of amenities including Post Office, food stores, butcher and a number of well regarded public houses and restaurants. There is a primary school whilst a comprehensive school can be found in the village of Mullion which is approximately four miles distant.
Door leading to sun room.
Doors through to Brick Cottage holiday let and
Feature fireplace housing stove with wood surround and mantel over, recessed cupboards to side of the fireplace, sash window to front elevation, door through to kitchen/dining room.
Having staircase to first floor, door through to sitting room.
Sash window to front elevation, feature brick fireplace housing a multi fuel stove with wood mantel over, part timber panelling to walls, doors through to kitchen/dining room.
Nicely appointed room with a high degree of natural light, with vaulted beamed ceiling, two Velux windows, double doors leading out to the rear enclosed garden, hand crafted base and wall units with worktop surfaces incorporating a Belfast sink unit with polished granite drainer, plumbing for washing machine, Island Peninsula workstation, stable door leading out to rear garden.
Low level W.C., panelled bath with electric shower over, wash handbasin, window, part timber panelling to walls.
Base units, worktop surfaces incorporating a sink unit and drainer, window, stable door leading out to the side of the property.
Window to front aspect.
Sash window to front elevation.
Sash window to front aspect, fireplace, built-in storage cupboard, door through to dressing room.
Door through to en suite bathroom.
With panelled bath, electric shower over, low level W.C., pedestal wash handbasin, window to front aspect, heated towel rail.
Sash window to front aspect.
Two bedroom attached cottage currently being used as a holiday let.
Base and wall units with drawers, worktop surfaces comprising single bowl sink unit with drainer, partial tiling to walls, plumbing for washing machine, window to rear aspect, opening through to hallway.
With door through to bathroom.
Pedestal wash handbasin, low level W.C., panelled bath with electric shower over, partial tiling to walls, part timber panelling to walls, striplight/shaver socket.
With feature brick fireplace housing electric stove, recessed shelving to side of the fireplace, window to side aspect. Beamed ceiling.
With beamed ceiling, fireplace with wood surround and mantel over, window to side aspect.
Window to side aspect.
Window to side aspect.
Open plan incorporating a lounge, dining area and shower room. Two windows to side aspect.
With base and wall units with worktop surfaces incorporating a single bowl sink unit, recess for fridge.
Wash handbasin, low level W.C., corner shower unit with electric shower over, partial tiling to walls, window, heated towel rail.
Which include an office and two timber garages and a large detached 20' summer house. To the rear of the property is the boiler room which houses the Biomass log burner and controls for the central heating system and solar water panels.
Brick Cottage and the Lobster Pot are currently let out through Cornish Cottages . Brick Cottage reference no is: PO55. Lobster Pot reference no is: PO56.
Any prospective purchasers would be expected to honour the existing bookings.
Both Brick Cottage and Lobster Pot come fully furnished.
The rhi Biomass payments are currently £3,400.00 per annum which expires in 2022 and is transferable to the new owner. As of November 2019, the sale will include two years' of fuel.
The letting income figures are available through the selling agent.
As from the 1st April 2018 there is a requirement for any properties rented out in the private rental sector to normally have a minimum energy efficiency rating of E on an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC). The regulations now apply to new lets and renewals of tenancies and for all existing tenancies on 1st April 2020. It will be unlawful to rent a property which breaches the requirement for a minimum E rating, unless there is an applicable exemption. We understand that the normal type of holiday let is exempt.
We are required by law to ask all purchasers for verified id prior to instructing a sale.
Prior to agreeing a sale, we will require proof of financial ability to purchase which will include an agreement in principle for a mortga...
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||2%||£180,000||3||1.5|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£96,632 (3)||£206,020 (15)||£377,668 (25)||£477,920 (27)||£640,390 (10)|
|Flats||£103,333 (3)||£138,069 (4)||-||£180,000 (1)||-|
|All||£99,983 (6)||£191,715 (19)||£381,412 (26)||£468,408 (29)||£645,355 (11)|