2 bedroom end of terrace house for sale

Mevagissey, Cornwall, PL26

Guide Price £279,950

Property Description

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Tenure: Freehold

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This beautifully presented two double bedroom cottage, located within a short walk of the harbour and village facilities, offers the rare combination for the area, of an impressive and low maintenance garden with phenomenal sea and harbour views and views of chapel point, as well as a generous parking space on Battery Terrace.

The garden with its timber decked areas, paved patio and a banana palm on one side also boasts a large summerhouse with wood store.

The cottage has an updated kitchen and shower room both with under floor heating, a multi fuel burner in the lounge with back boiler, lovely rural views from the main bedroom and fantastic sea views from the second bedroom.

Kitchen/dining room with fitted appliances in the kitchen including dishwasher, washing machine, fridge/freezer, oven and induction hob with extractor fan above. The kitchen dining room is open plan with access to the lounge with oak style flooring.

First floor landing, two double bedrooms, bedroom two with double doors giving access to the garden. Shower room. Double glazing. Garden and parking as described.

Ideal permanent home or holiday home with great income potential. NO CHAIN.


Please note that a zoom lens has been used for the photos with views, in order to portray the quality of view from the garden and property.

EPC - G.

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.

Nearby is the historic port of Charlestown and the sailing estuaries of the popular coastal town of Fowey. Nearby attractions for visitors include the Lost Gardens of Heligan and The Eden Project.

The market town of St Austell is approx. 5 miles distant and has a further range of shopping, schooling and social facilities together with main line railway station, bus station, library, sports/leisure centre, choice of at least three golf courses and recently constructed cinema. The popular Cathedral City of Truro approx. 17 miles distant) has fine shopping, theatre, cinema and restaurants, whilst Newquay Airport provides flights to London Gatwick amongst other destinations.

Kitchen/Dining Room
15'9" x circa 9' including staircase extending to just over 10' in the dining room area (4.80m x 2.74m)
A double glazed stable door gives access from the front of the property to the open plan kitchen/dining room, fitted with a range of cream fronted, wall mounted and floor standing cupboards with built-in drawers, lengths of oak effect work surfaces above, and with tiled splash backs. Inset one and a half bowl porcelain style sink with chrome effect mixer tap. Inset four ring induction hob with extractor fan above, that is set into a stainless steel effect canopy surround. Built-in stainless steel effect fronted electric fan assisted oven. Concealed and built-in appliances including, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and washing machine. There are feature corner wall mounted and floor standing units with curved fronted doors. Feature wall mounted shelving. In both the kitchen and dining area there are stainless steel effect fronted power points, with USB charging points in each area. Tiled flooring with under floor heating. In the dining area there is a feature exposed stone wall with small inset display niches. Inset ceiling down lighters which are controlled via a dimmer switch in the dining area. Staircase to first floor landing. Overhead cupboard with electric meter and trip switch box. Openings on either side of the staircase, gives access to:

Lounge
11'8" including chimney breast x 10'11" up to staircase (3.56m x 3.33m)
There is a fireplace with slate hearth, inset multi fuel burning stove with feature timber mantle piece above. We are informed that the multi fuel burner has a back boiler that runs the radiators in both bedrooms, and the heated towel rail in the shower room. Double glazed window to the front and side elevation. Feature oak style flooring. Ceiling light point. Exposed timber style beam. Stainless steel style fronted power points, one with USB charging points. Telephone point. On one side of the fireplace there is feature shelving. TV cable point.

First Floor Landing
The split level first floor landing gives access to the two bedrooms and the shower room via painted timber old style panelled doors. Power point and light switch with stainless steel effect surround. Ceiling light point. Wall light point over the stairs. Double glazed window to the side elevation with pretty views looking up Cliff Street. Wall mounted shelves. Smoke alarm. Wall mounted control for the under floor heating in the shower room. Access to the loft, via a pull down wooden ladder. The loft is partially boarded, with lighting and also houses the pressurized hot water tank.

Bedroom One
11'8" including chimney breast x 10'11" (3.56m x 3.33m)
Double glazed window with views looking towards Polkirt Hill and lovely rural views. There is a painted decorative cast iron fireplace. Ceiling light point. Edwardian style radiator. Stainless steel style fronted power points, one with USB charging points and stainless steel style light switch.

Bedroom Two
12'3" x 8'3" (3.73m x 2.51m)
A double aspect double glazed room with views looking across the village towards Tregoney Hill and double glazed double doors that lead to the rear of the property, with sensational views looking out to sea and towards Chapel Point. Space for double, or twin beds. Feature Edwardian style radiator. Ceiling light point. Stainless steel style fronted power points, one with USB charging points, and stainless steel style light switch. TV cable point.

Shower Room
Updated with a white suite comprising WC with push button flush and soft closing seat, circular porcelain wash hand basin that is set onto a slate plinth, with chrome effect mixer tap. Extra wide tiled shower cubicle with feature coloured glass dado style tiling, wall mounted rainwater shower head and secondary wall mounted shower head. Inset ceiling down lighters. Wall mounted shelving. Obscure double glazed window with miniature coloured glass tiled sill. Built-in floor to ceiling linen cupboard. Tiled flooring, with under floor heating. Chrome effect ladder style heated towel rail.

Outside & Gardens
Directly outside the second bedroom is a path, with a raised flowerbed on the boundary and outside tap, which leads to the separate garden that is just beyond, with access via a gate.


Separate Main Garden
The main garden has been landscaped for low maintenance and consists of two timber decked areas, a paved sandstone style patio area and a middle graveled area, with various plants including Grass’s, Palm, Banana Palm, all with randomly placed pieces of large Cornish Stone and lengths of driftwood. There are raised flowerbeds with Cornish Stone hedging. There is a large summerhouse/workshop with glazed double doors and windows on the side and front elevation of the building. There is a timber built log store. There are various Cornish Palms. From the garden there are sensational harbour and sea views, views of Chapel Point and lovely views back over the village with rural views beyond.


Summerhouse
15' x 9'2" both external measurements (4.57m x 2.79m)

Parking Space
Situated just above the garden area is a parking space for one car.


Front Garden
There is access from Cliff Street, via painted timber double gates, crazy paved stone covered front garden that is split level and gives access to the front door with outside light above. There is room for flowerpots and a couple of chairs, if required.



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03 May 2019

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  • St. Austell (4.8 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

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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