4 bedroom bungalow for sale

Mevagissey, Cornwall, PL26

£495,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Bungalow

Full description

Tenure: Freehold


This very impressive and sizeable, four double bedroom, detached bungalow with storage area below, is positioned within a large corner plot and has the benefit of panoramic and breathtaking sea and coastal views stretching for miles along the coastline and across to Chapel Point.

The property has light and airy accommodation all laid out over one floor with substantial windows making the most of the sea views.

On the lower ground floor, there is a very generous space that comprises; a large games room/further garaging if required/substantial potential self-contained annexe (subject to any relevant consents), with the doors at either end leading to a workshop and further tandem garaging.

There is a large driveway with parking for several cars/boat etc. Generous lawned garden to the rear. Front garden. There are two balconies, again with phenomenal sea and coastal views.

Entrance porch, entrance hallway, lounge/dining room with access to the two balconies, updated kitchen/breakfast room, outer hallway with side porch, cloakroom and utility room. Study/snug, updated shower room. Inner hallway with access to four double/twin bedrooms and the updated family bathroom.

Double glazing. Oil-fired central heating. EPC - E. NO CHAIN. This property can be bought fully furnished, subject to negotiation.

As a working fishing village on the South Cornish Coast, Mevagissey is renowned for its labyrinth of quaint cob and slate fisherman’s cottages, retaining much of its charm through its tiny winding streets and is particularly noteworthy for its historic twin harbour walls. Much of the nearby coastline is owned and protected by the National Trust and offers spectacular coastal walks.

Mevagissey caters well for everyday needs having everyday shops, gift shops, public houses and restaurants, as well as an activity/sports centre with sports grounds. Locally there is Polstreath beach which is within walking distance, as well as Porthpean, Gorran Haven and Caerhays beaches being near by.

Entrance Porch
A double glazed, leaded light effect entrance door with inset ‘stained glass style’ scene of a Galleon gives access from the front garden. There are double glazed windows on either side and further double glazed side windows. Exposed slate walls. An obscure, double glazed door with matching window panels on either side lead to:

Entrance Hallway
Coved ceiling. There are two wall light points. Single radiator. A white, panelled door leads to the shower room and obscure, glazed doors give access to the lounge/dining and to the study/snug. Mains smoke alarm. Wall mounted central heating thermostat. A decorative archway opens to the inner hallway.

Lounge/Dining Room
27’6” including built-in ledge x 14’ at widest point narrowing in the dining room by 4’2” (8.38m x 4.27m narrowing by 1.27m)

A triple aspect, double glazed room with picture windows giving breathtaking and panoramic sea and coastal views looking across to Chapel Point, across to the entrance of Mevagissey Harbour, along the coastline up to Polruan and further views beyond. Double glazed doors on either side of the lounge give access to separate balconies. There are two triple radiators and a double radiator. Wall mounted, ‘contemporary style’, electric fire with painted mantle piece above and space above for a wall mounted television. On one side is an arched and shelved recess with space for a stereo and DVD player etc with concealed down lighter above. Coved ceiling with two ceiling light points. A sliding door gives access to the kitchen/breakfast room. Space for lounge furniture and in the defined dining area there is room for dining room furniture.

Two Balconies
Balcony One – 10’7” x 5’2”, from the handrails to the wall (3.23m x 1.57m)
Looking towards the sea, balcony two is to the left of the lounge 14’6” x 5’3”, from the handrails to the wall (4.42m x 1.60m)

There are two balconies on either side of the lounge, both with crazy paved, stone flooring with metal balustrade and space for garden furniture in which to sit, relax and enjoy the phenomenal coastal views.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room
12’11” x 10’10” (3.94m x 3.30m)

Updated and fitted with a range of floor standing and wall mounted units with built in drawers, lengths of roll-top work surfaces with matching splash backs and inset one and a half bowl sink with drainer and chrome effect mixer tap. Built-in, “Hotpoint”, electric double oven with grill, four ring electric hob and extractor fan above with built-in down lighters set into a stainless steel effect/glass canopy surround. There are two wall mounted and glazed fronted shelved cupboards. Space for a fridge/freezer and space for a dishwasher. Freestanding wine cooler. Built-in breakfast bar with seating space for two bar stools and with superb sea and coastal views looking through the opening that looks through the dining room windows. Double glazed side window with sea views to one side. A glazed door leads to:

Outer Lobby
An obscure, double glazed door leads to a side porch which has a double glazed window panel and a double glazed sliding door that gives access to the side of the property. White, panelled doors lead to a deep, ‘larder style’ cupboard with shelving and a light and also lead to the utility room and the cloakroom.

Utility Room
8’ at longest point x 4’10” (2.44m x 1.47m)

Fitted wall mounted and floor-standing cupboards with gloss, cream-fronted doors, length of work surface with inset sink, draining board and chrome effect mixer tap. Space for a washing machine and space for a tumble dryer. Chrome effect, heated towel rail. Double glazed window to the front elevation. Ceiling light point.

Cloakroom
Fitted with a white suite comprising; W/C with push button flush. Wash hand basin with chrome effect taps. Obscure double glazed window. Ceiling light point.

Study/Snug
7’ x 6’7” (2.13m x 2.01m)

Space for a settee or desk and space for a wall mounted television. Single radiator. Coved ceiling with ceiling light point.

Shower Room
Updated with a white suite comprising; W/C with push button flush. Pedestal wash hand basin with chrome effect mixer tap and tiled splash back. Walk-in shower cubicle with tiled walls, dado tiling and wall mounted shower mixer. Fitted towel rail. Chrome effect, heated, ‘ladder style’ towel rail. Obscure, double glazed window. Shaver point and light. Ceiling light and extractor fan. Wall mounted glass shelf with hanging rail under. Wall mounted, electric fan heater.

Inner Hallway
White, panelled doors give access to the four double/twin bedrooms and to the bathroom. There are two wall light points. Single radiator. Access to the loft space. A door gives access to the airing cupboard housing the hot water tank, with wooden slatted shelving and a cupboard above.

Bedroom One
15’ at longest point x 11’ (4.57m x 3.35m)

There is a large picture window to the rear elevation with windows on either side giving spectacular sea and coastal views and views of Chapel Point. There is space for a large double bed and bedroom furniture. Double radiator. Coved ceiling with ceiling light point. Space for a wall mounted television.

Bedroom Two
16’10” at longest point x 9’ (5.13m x 2.74m)

A double aspect, double glazed room with superb sea and coastal views and views of Chapel Point. Double radiator. Space for a large double bed and bedroom furniture. Coved ceiling with two ceiling light points.

Bedroom Three
9’ at longest point x 8’6” (2.74m x 2.59m)

Double glazed window to the front elevation. Single radiator. Coved ceiling with ceiling light point. Space for twin beds or a double bed and space for bedroom furniture.

Bedroom Four
10’ x 8’9” (3.05m x 2.67m)

Space for twin beds or a double bed and space for bedroom furniture. Double glazed window to the front elevation. Single radiator. Coved ceiling with ceiling light point.

Family Bathroom
Updated with a white suite comprising; W/C with push button flush. Pedestal wash hand basin with chrome effect taps and tiled splash back. Panel enclosed and shaped bath with tiled splash back, chrome effect mixer tap, wall mounted shower attachment and side shower screen. Chrome effect, heated towel rail. Single radiator. Obscure, double glazed window to the front elevation. Ceiling light point. Extractor fan. Shaver point. Wall mounted mirror.

Lower Ground Floor with external access from the Rear of the Property
Games Room/Garaging/Potential Annexe (subject to any relevant consents)
Over 33’ excluding recess x 18’6” at widest point up to double doors, irregular shaped room (over 10.06m x 5.64m)

Double glazed window and double glazed, double doors to the rear elevation. Glazed side window. Up and over garage door giving access if required as further garaging. Painted flooring. Spaces for a table tennis table, a pool table and a football table. Power and lighting. An internal door gives access to the main area of garaging at one end and another door gives access to the workshop at the other end. Electric meter and trip switch box. Double radiator.

Workshop
Over 9’9” x 9’11” (over 2.97m x 3.02m)

Double glazed window to the rear elevation. Power and lighting.

Large ‘Tandem Style’ Garage
Approaching 25’ up to garage door frame x 9’ (approaching 7.62m x 2.74m)

Up and over garage door. Power and lighting.

Front Garden and Driveway
Double, metal entrance gates give access to the driveway which leads along one side of the property and to the main, larger driveway situated at the rear of the property. A metal gate with dwarf walling on either side leads via two steps and a paved pathway with lawn on either side, to the front door of the property. There are fenced side boundaries. There are various shaped shrubs and bushes including; Hydrangea, Hebe, Fuschia, Agapanthus and a Cornish Palm Tree. Floor standing, outside central heating boiler.

Rear Garden and Driveway
There is a substantial, concrete driveway that runs across the back of the property with access to the rear garaging. There is a large area of garden laid to lawn with mature shrub borders with plants and shrubs including; Hydrangea, Hebe, Rhododendron, Echium, Buddleia, Laurel, Agapanthus, Conifers and various other plants and shrubs. Outside lighting. There are two covered areas on either side of the entrance doors to the games room. Steps lead on one side of the property to the oil tank which in turn leads to the front garden.


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  • St. Austell (5.0 mi)
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To view this property or request more details, contact:

Alastair Shaw Coastal & Countryside Homes, Mevagissey

15 Fore Street, Mevagissey, PL26 6UQ

01726 844202 Local call rate

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