Windsmeet is a spacious modern style detached bungalow located off a private road relishing fabulous sea, coastal and river views within one of Cornwall’s most exclusive south coastal villages.
Tucked away off a private road, this is a modern style detached bungalow that could not be better placed to take advantage of breath-taking views toward the open sea, and over the Percuil River toward stunning coastline beyond. The property has the benefit of white aluminium replacement double glazed windows and doors, and would benefit from general upgrading and refurbishment. It currently comprises a welcoming reception hall with all rooms off and access to a large roof space. The kitchen/breakfast room overlooks both the rear garden with an additional window to one side with views of the Percuil River. To one corner is an oil fired boiler heating the domestic hot water and radiators for central heating. Leading off the kitchen there is a door into the dining room, and also a door opening into a side lobby providing access to a utility room, additional WC and an attached double garage featuring a replacement Everest electrically operated garage door. From the dining room there are two windows taking full advantage of the views out to sea and across the river. The dining room opens into the lounge, the focal point of which is a feature window, relishing the amazing sea and coastal outlook. In the corner is an open fireplace. There are three bedrooms each with a built in wardrobe, the principal having wonderful views. To the rear of the bungalow there is a bathroom and separate WC, both of which require updating.
The property is approached over a private road and enjoys approx. 50m frontage behind which is ½ an acre of extensive and largely level lawned gardens all round. A concrete surfaced driveway leads off the road and up to the rear of the bungalow where there is parking for at least two cars. The garden to the front is tiered with a lawned lower section and part lawn and part stone paved higher level and has an open outlook toward the sea and across the river to the coastline opposite whilst the borders are made up of fencing and hedges which include high Beech and Pittosporum hedge and well established Camellia and Rhododendron beds.
The garden to the front is tiered with a lawned lower section and part lawn and part stone paved higher level and has an open outlook toward the sea and across the river to the coastline opposite whilst the borders are made up of fencing and hedges which include high Beech and Pittosporum hedge and well established Camellia and Rhododendron beds.
Viewings: Strictly by appointment with the selling agents Lodge & Thomas, 58 Lemon Street, Truro TR1 2PY
Particulars & Plan: Whilst every care is taken in the preparation of these particulars, their accuracy is not guaranteed and they do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. Any intending purchaser/s must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of these particulars.
EPC: E41 Council Tax: Band G
Services: Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected to the property.
Agents Note: A 1936 conveyance contains a covenant restricting the property to one dwelling<br /><br />St Mawes, has for many decades, been one of, if not the most vaunted villages on the south west of England. It was voted in 2020 by Which Magazine as ‘the UK’s best coastal destination’ and it is easy to see why. Centred on an old fishing harbour at the head to the Percuil River on the picturesque Roseland Peninsula, the village has open access to some of the most revered sailing waters in the country. Unlike many Cornish coastal villages however, there is an all year round community who support the likes of the St Mawes Sailing Club, the local convenience store, a small selection of top class hospitality businesses including Olga Polizzis Hotel, Tresanton and Henry’s viii’s prominent St Mawes Castle.
St Mawes and the Roseland are considered something of a ‘mecca’ for sailors and all things nautical, including some of the most spectacular coastal walks and beaches in the country.
St Mawes may be secluded but it is far from remote. Truro is approximately 10 miles away via the King Harry car ferry and therefore easily commutable on a daily basis. Here there is a vast and varied array of shopping and schooling facilities together with the Royal Cornwall Hospital at Treliske.
Likewise the historic port of Falmouth is just 17 miles away where there is comprehensive selection of restaurants, galleries, supermarkets and facilities including the university at Penryn. A passenger ferry also connects St Mawes with Falmouth. For those needing to travel further, the county’s main arterial route, the A30 is 15 miles away at Scorrier and Newquay airport connecting with cities home and abroad is 27 miles away.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||10.4%||£450,263||3.2||1.3|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£232,983 (3)||£315,269 (24)||£400,071 (43)||£596,898 (28)||£945,990 (10)|
|Flats||£192,275 (8)||£257,079 (12)||£486,863 (4)||-||-|
|All||£203,377 (11)||£295,872 (36)||£407,457 (47)||£607,178 (29)||£945,990 (10)|