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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Tredenham Road, St. Mawes, TR2

Sold STC POA

Property Description

Key features

  • INDIVIDUAL COLONIAL STYLE RESIDENCE
  • COMMANDING GRANDSTAND WATER VIEWS
  • EXCLUSIVE AND SOUGHT AFTER LOCATION
  • SAILING CLUB QUAY, BEACH AND AMENITES NEARBY
  • SURROUNDING LANDSCAPED GARDENS

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Polvarth Point’s southerly outlook sweeps from east to west encompassing stunning and beautiful views. These include the Percuil River and Place Manor, with its commanding house on the foreshore, Amsterdam Point, and onto St Mawes harbour, St Mawes village, across Falmouth Bay to Helford and beyond, and both St Mawes and Pendennis Castles. The lovely part-wooded St Anthony Headland across the river is mainly National Trust owned. We understand the waterfront properties in front have covenants restricting their ridge / roof heights, therefore, the views from this most appealing property should be there in perpetuity.

The St Mawes Sailing Club Quay, with tender access to moorings, is only 200 yards up river, while 200 yards in the other direction, a virtually level walk leads to Summers Beach and to the wide range of central village amenities a little further on. A variety of marine activity is permanently on view, including sailing boats and yachts of many types, with frequent races during the season. The sight of visiting cruise liners, ‘J’ class yachts and Tall Ships in Falmouth Bay are never forgotten.

Polvarth Point, over the years, has been significantly improved and re-modelled. This light and spacious marine property has a friendly, welcoming atmosphere and was likely to have been originally built in the 1930’s. According to the local network, the property housed American officers in the second world war prior to the D-Day landings where a number of vessels were secretly moored up the Fal River at Turnaware. The rustic stone pillars that support the verandah to the west and south elevations were reportedly brought over from the local battlement site by St Anthony Lighthouse.


The period charm extends internally particularly with the wall panelling. More modern features include the ‘lookout’ balcony to the first floor suite, offering the ultimate panoramic views, wood fitted breakfast kitchen with worktops installed by ‘Out of Wood’ in Truro, a spacious open-plan L-shaped living and dining room, with featured bay window with seating to admire the spectacular vista, similar to two other bay windows to two of the bedroom suites.

This versatile property will appeal to the family or retiring buyer, of various age groups, either as a permanent or second home. Occupying mature, good-size half-acre surrounding gardens, potential exists to extend, subject to any necessary planning.

An early viewing is unhesitatingly recommended.

The accommodation comprises: Ground Floor – 19’1 x 15’ Reception Hall • 22’ x 23’6 (max) L-shaped Lounge / Dining Room • Sun Room • Breakfast Kitchen • Utility • Bath / Cloakroom • Bedroom 3 with En Suite Wet Room • Master Bedroom Suite with Jack & Jill Bathroom and Dressing Room / Bedroom 4. First Floor – Bedroom 2 En Suite with ‘Lookout’ Balcony.
Outside – Two connecting Garages • Driveway with Parking • Verandah • Summerhouse • Attractive mature surrounding Gardens.

Location – St Mawes
St Mawes is located at the tip of the Roseland Peninsula, an area of outstanding natural beauty, with much National Trust property nearby. 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 its 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. 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 Newquay, by rail about 4.5 hours from Truro or about 4 hours from St Austell.


Accommodation Details
(dimensions are approximate)

Ground Floor

Entrance Porch 4’ x 3’
Outside courtesy light. Part-glazed entrance door. Quarry tiled floor. Part-glazed door to:

Reception Hall 19’1 x 15’ (max) (8’2 min)
A light and airy area that could easily be a dining hall. Doors to dining room, bedroom suites 1 and 3, dressing room / bedroom 4. Stairs to first floor. Understairs storage cupboards. Two radiators. Part-wood panelled walls. Window facing east capturing the morning sun. Door to:

Bath / Cloakroom 8’ x 4’7
Panelled bath, wash basin and wc. Heated towel rail. Radiator. Extractor fan. Part-tiled walls.

Dining Room 13’5 x 10’
French glazed doors to sun room. Doorway to the breakfast kitchen. Recessed alcove. Radiator. Linen cupboard. Open plan to:

Living Room 22’ max x 12’9
Stunning views via south facing picture window and large bay window with seating. Cast iron Calor gas Living Flame fireplace. Shelved alcove to each side, one with shelves and drawers, the other with shelves and cupboard. Further display shelving. Part wood panelled walls. Wall light points. Radiator. Television point.

Sun Room 6’7 x 5’2
French glazed doors to the sun terrace and verandah. Pitched glazed roof. Delightful water views.

Breakfast Kitchen 13’ x 12’9
Composite granite u-shaped worktop surface, splash backs from Out of Wood in Truro. Range of floor and wall cabinets which we believe are chestnut. Wine rack. Storage basket shelving. Under pelmet lighting. Space for large fridge freezer. Dresser style cabinet display with wood worktop. Oil fired Aga. Franke one-and-half bowl sink unit with contemporary tap & drainer cut into worktop. Inset ceiling light. Space and plumbing for dishwasher. Loft space. Picture window facing west overlooking the garden, the bay, to Helford and beyond. Glazed door to:

Utility Room 7’1 x 6’6
L-shaped worktop surface with cupboards below. Storage cupboard. Sink unit. Oil fired central heating boiler. Window and stable type door to rear. Space & plumbing for washing machine. Space for freezer.

Master Bedroom Suite
Inner Lobby
Door to hall. Doors to bedroom and en suite bathroom.

Master Bedroom 1 19’1 x 12’2 max
A fine bright dual aspect room with canopied ceiling and large bay window, with seating, overlooking the gardens to the Percuil River and St Anthony Headland beyond. Two radiators. Part wood panelled walls. Electric panel radiator.

En Suite Bathroom 11’ x 8’
Corner bath with pressurized shower over, pedestal wash hand basin and wc. Window. Two heated towel rails. Loft access. Inset ceiling lighting. Part-tiled walls. Door to:

En Suite Dressing Room / Bedroom 4
13’7 x 8’4
Window to the rear gardens. Two double built-in wardrobes. Radiator. Door to reception hall.

Bedroom 3 16’ x 14’10 (max)
A very comfortable south facing room with bay window with seating offering beautiful panoramic water and countryside views. Stone fireplace with open grate, hearth and mantle. Built-in wardrobe. Skirting radiators. Door to:

En Suite Wet Room 8’6 x 5’9
Two windows. Tiled walls and floor, wash basin inset to vanity cupboard and concealed flush wc. Wet area with pressurized shower. Heated towel rail. Radiator.

First Floor

Guest Bedroom 2 18’4 x 13’8
Currently used as a office / studio. Dormer window with deep sill facing east offering attractive countryside and river views. Eaves storage cupboards. Radiator. Wall light points. Staircase balustrade. Door to en suite shower room. French glazed doors with side panel windows to:

Balcony 9’9 x 3’
Locally know as ‘The Lookout’! Fabulous panoramic views over the Percuil River, Place Manor, St Mawes harbour and village, St Anthony and Falmouth Bay. Pillared balustrading.

En Suite Shower Room 8’2 x 5’
West facing dormer window with deep sill overlooking the village, harbour and Falmouth Bay. Shower cubicle, wash basin and wc. Recess storage wardrobe. Shaver point. Part tiled walls. Eaves storage access. Heated towel rail.

Outside

Verandah
Facing south and west with rustic stone pillars and two awnings offering stunning panoramic views and surprising privacy within the gardens. Slate table to sit and admire the views!

Garage 1 18’4 x 10’
Connected to the property. Remote up and over door. Pedestrian rear door and window. Power and light. Door to Garden WC.

Garage 2 18’4 x 10’
Remote up and over door. Power and light. Rear pedestrian door.

Gardens etc

A white paling gate leads from Tredenham Road to a tarmac driveway, flanked by low stone walls retaining well-stocked flower and shrub borders. This leads to a parking / turning area, the garages and front entrance. The front entrance path is bordered by manicured lawns which have deep borders stocked by a wide variety of ornamental and flowering shrubs, sub-tropical plants including various palms, banana, yucca, melianthus, roses and camelias.
A paved terrace extends across the verandah onto the sun terrace with pretty wisteria and glorious views! To the western side is a pathway flanked by colourful flower borders leading to a pedestrian gateway onto Tredenham Road, with Summers Beach a short distance away. Terraced lawns, interwoven with a variety of plants and flowers leads to the top garden with summerhouse, offering amazing views. To the rear is a further area of lawn, potting shed and oil tank. Various outside water taps. In all, the gardens approximately total half an acre.

General Information

Services
Mains water, electricity and drainage. Telephone and television points. Oil fired central heating. Council tax band G.

Energy performance certificate rating E.

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H Tiddy, St Mawes, Truro

The Square, St. Mawes, TR2 5AG

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H Tiddy, St Mawes, Truro

The Square, St. Mawes, TR2 5AG

01326 353008 Local call rate

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