5 bedroom detached house for saleUpper Castle Road, St. Mawes, TR2
- Overwhelming specifications
- Stunning panoramic views
- Approximately 4382 square feet
- 4 bedroom en-suites, 2 with dressing rooms
- Day room, balcony, lounge, Dining room, study/bed 5
- Stunning bespoke kitchen with top of the range appliances
- High levels of craftsmanship
- Epitome of eco friendliness!
- Indoor wellness pool with views!
- Landscaped gardens
This jewel of a property is set in a good sized plot in a commanding position obtaining the most spectacular panoramic uninterrupted views, regarded as the most sought-after in this exclusive village.
SUMMARY OF ACCOMMODATION
Ground Floor: Reception Hall, Cloakroom, Bespoke Kitchen, Dining Area, Day Room, Lounge, Study, Decked Balcony, Utility Room, Double Connecting Garage plus Plant Room.
Lower Ground Floor: Lower Hall, 3 Bedroom Suites, each with their own En Suite Bath / Wet Rooms, 2 with En Suite Dressing Rooms and Sun Terraces. Indoor Wellness / Fitness / Spa Pool (with amazing views), with Changing Room and Decked Terraces.
Upper Ground Floor: Bedroom Suite 4 with En Suite Dressing Room and Shower / Wet Room.
Outside: Professionally landscaped gardens with pedestrian access on to Lower Castle Road, Pool Plant Room.
LOCATION – SUMMARY
Truro – approx 10 miles via car ferry
Falmouth – approx 25 minutes by passenger ferry
Newquay Airport – approx 29 miles
Plymouth Continental Car Ferry – approx 58 miles
Exeter – approx 97 miles
London – 70 minutes by air (to Gatwick), approx 4 hours by rail (from St Austell to Paddington)
LOCATION – ST MAWES
St Mawes is located at the top of the Roseland Peninsula, an area of outstanding natural beauty, with much National Trust property. It provides a good range of small shops, banks and restaurants / hotels as well as a passenger ferry service to Falmouth. The St Mawes area is renowned for it extremely mild climate and amongst sailing enthusiasts for the excellent waters of the Percuil River, Carrick Roads (Fal Estuary) and Falmouth Bay.
In a wider context, Cornwall is enjoying a renaissance and offers a range of accessible attractions, including the Eden Project, the National Maritime Museum in Falmouth, the Lost Gardens of Heligan, the Tate Gallery in St Ives and Stein's Seafood restaurant in Padstow and takeaway in Falmouth. The Cathedral City of Truro is 10 miles away (via King Harry car ferry) and Falmouth is 15 miles. Both of these are major centres providing a wide selection of shopping, commercial and schooling facilities. London (Gatwick) is about 70 minutes by air from the expanding Newquay Airport, by rail about 4.5 hours from Truro or about 4 hours from St Austell.
The 'first' Merry Mead was built in the early 1960's by the Le-Good family who bought the building plot off the Haven Estate. The Le-Good's lived in the property for the remainder of their days. H Tiddy handled the sale of the property on behalf of the beneficiaries, which was in need of renovation, in 2007. Best and final offers were invited, our current clients being the successful bidders amongst very strong competition. The original Merry Mead was knocked down and our clients have taken over 12 months to project-manage the build to their exacting standards of quality and attention to detail. They moved into the property only a few months ago. They had every intention to remain in their ' dream' home for many years to come, as the Le-Goods did before them.
3 air-source heat pumps (upgraded for coastal locations)
Under-floor and zoned heating system
Heat recovery and air circulation system
Hybrid telephone system satellite and terrestrial television
Thermolite cavity block insulated and dry lined walls
Aluminium rainwater goods
Slate tiled and insulated roof
Bespoke oak internal doors
'A' star double glazed windows and patio doors
Internal vacuum system (independent sockets in most rooms)
Solar panels for pre-heating of hot water
Top of the range aspirated fire alarm
CVO ribbon flame hole in the wall gas fire in the lounge
Security alarm system
Kef & Stealth surround sound system in Lounge
ipod dock with linked speakers in day room / dining room/ kitchen and pool
Cheshire indoor spa / wellness / fitness pool
Laufen bath / wet room sanitary ware and anti steam heated mirrors
Limestone tiled floors with 'shadow line' edging
Engineered American oak floors
Landscaped gardens and outside lighting
Luxury oak staircases
Rotpunkt quality kitchen
Miele ovens (x2), coffee maker, steam oven, 2 plate warmers and dishwasher
Liebherr integrated fridge and separate freezer
Wok and induction hobs and Teppanyaki
Two Caple downdraft extractors
Strachan fitted furniture to the master bedroom and bedroom 4 dressing rooms
Large decked balcony with spiral staircase
State of the art internal lighting system
Window blinds and shutters
Remote velux skylights and blinds
Block paved driveway with dusk setting / microwave sensor wall lighting
This stunning and sophisticated detached family house of approximately 4,382 sq ft has had no expense spared and simply oozes luxury. Carefully planned with the view as the initial feature, this lavishly appointed house combines state-of-the-art technology with traditional and classical characteristics. The accommodation flows superbly offering a combination of formal and informal living space. This prestigious and elegant home faces a few degrees off due south and has been built to architect designed specifications to maximise and emphasise the spectacular views. This sublime house is just 75 yards away from St Mawes Castle and the coastal footpath. Merry Mead is sensational. It is within 200m of the Hotel Tresanton and Tavern Beach. Slightly further on is the central village area with banks, shops, quay, harbour, restaurants and passenger ferries. The sailing club slipway is further on providing access to the sheltered moorings of the Percuil River.
Merry Mead exhibits high levels of craftsmanship and has a remarkable array of specifications. Stunning! Viewing internally will not disappoint!
The property and grounds have awesome views among the finest in St Mawes. These encompass the fishing boat and other moorings in the Percuil River, St Mawes outer harbour, Amsterdam and Carricknath Points on the beautiful National Trust part-wooded St Anthony Headland, St Anthony lighthouse, Falmouth Bay, beyond to the Lizard Peninsula and a very pleasant aspect over the village and towards Summers Beach. On clearer days, it is possible to see over 20 miles across the English Channel. The bay and harbour are a hive of marine activity most of the year, with sailing races during the season, culminating in Falmouth week each year in August.
Mains water, electricity and drainage. Telephone (subject to BT regs). Broadband with router connection in the loft. Three Airsource heat pumps and underfloor heating. Heat recovery and air circulation system. Solar panels for pre-heat hot water. Fire and intruder alarm systems with battery pack back up. Kef and Stealth surround sound system. Ipod dock and amplifier. Internal vacuum system with connections in all the main rooms.
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, htiddy.co.uk. All negotiations must be with H Tiddy. Before proceeding to purchase, buyers should consider an independent check of all aspects of the property.
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