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2 bedroom bungalow for sale

Near St Mawes

Guide Price £495,000

Property Description

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Tenure: Freehold

An exciting opportunity to acquire this amazing plot that is situated just outside of St Mawes, that subject to any relevant consents, the site has tremendous potential to design and build a contemporary style new build property that could benefit from the spectacular water views from the majority of its rooms.

The potential new build property would have spectacular sea views looking across the Carrick Roads, towards Mylor Churchtown and down towards the Fal River. From both the gardens and the potential new property you would watch the many oyster catchers dredging for oysters as well as other sailing craft making the most of the gentle sailing waters of the Carrick Roads. There are also amazing views across St Just Creek with fantastic rural views beyond.

The current property on the site is a Cornish Unit two bedroom detached bungalow which alternatively has tremendous potential to enlarge, remodel and upgrade and currently has accommodation comprising:

Hallway, lounge/dining room, kitchen, utility room, two double bedrooms, bathroom and separate W/C. Outside detached artists studio/potential office with its own W/C. Gardens, driveway, workshop, greenhouse, garden sheds and outside stores.

St Just in Roseland is within close proximity of the renowned sailing area of the Fal. Estuary, with it's own beaches, boat mooring facilities and a church nestling by the waterside set in sub tropical gardens. The sought after village of St. Mawes is approximately 2 miles away and offers a wide range of shops and facilities including Doctors Surgery, chemist, large village shop, bakery, butchers, delicatessen, 3 galleries, 2 public houses, social club, restaurants, hotels, sailing club, foot ferry to Falmouth, village primary school.

Entrance Hall
A double glazed entrance door with cat flap gives access to the hallway from the front of the property. Coat hanging pegs. Ceiling light point. Radiator. Double doors give access to the built-in and recessed airing cupboard with the hot water tank and wooden slatted shelving. Painted panelled doors lead to the two bedrooms, the bathroom, separate WC, the lounge, dining room and kitchen.

Lounge/Dining Room
23’8” x 14’9” at widest point and including the chimney breast on one side and including the window bay on the other side (7.21m x 4.50m)
There is a fireplace with space for a wood burning stove, Cornish stone hearth, oak surround and mantle piece and stone effect tiled slips with display shelving on one side. There is a feature wide double glazed walk-in window bay designed to take in the breathtaking sea, creek and rural views and view looking across to Mylor Churchtown and beyond. There are two radiators, three wall light points and a sky point subject to subscription. A door gives access to:

13’10” including built-in larder x 9’1” (4.22m x 2.77m)
Fitted with a range of white fronted wall mounted and floor standing units with built-in drawers and lengths of rolltop worksurfaces with inset porcelain style one and a half bowl sink, draining board and chrome effect mixer tap. Tiled splashback. Four ring gas hob, space for dishwasher and space for a fridge/freezer with cupboard above. Built-in shelved larder cupboard also housing the electric meter and trip switch boxes. Inset ceiling downlighters. Double glazed window to the front elevation. Obscure glazed side door.

Side Lobby
Access from the kitchen and also with an entrance door with access from the front garden. Coat hanging pegs, window, wall light point and a door gives access to:

Utility Room
Just over 13’ x 3’7” (3.96m x 1.09m)
Spaces for a freezer, washing machine and for a tumble dryer on top. Window to the rear elevation. Overhead cupboards. Access to the roof space, wall mounted shelving.

Bedroom One
13’8” x 11’4” (4.17m x 3.45m)
Double glazed window to the rear elevation with superb rural, sea and creek views looking across to Mylor Churchtown. Space for a double bed and bedroom furniture. Two wall light points. Access to the roof space. There is a large built-in wardrobe with two floor to ceiling sliding doors, hanging rails and shelving. Radiator.

Bedroom Two
10’5” x 9’1” (3.18m x 2.77m)
Double glazed window to the front elevation. Space for a double bed and bedroom furniture. Overhead corner cupboard. Radiator. Fitted wash hand basin with chrome effect taps, set onto a worktop with tiled splashback and curtain fronted vanity style unit under. Two wall light points. Ceiling light point.

Panelled enclosed bath with tiled surround, glass shower screen and wall mounted Triton electric shower. Pedestal wash hand basin with chrome effect taps, tiled splashback and walls. Chrome effect heated towel rail. Obscure double glazed window. Shaver point. Ceiling light point.

Separate WC
WC with push button flush, painted wall panelling upto dado rail. Obscure double glazed window. Ceiling light point.

14’11” x 11’1” at widest point (4.55m x 3.38m)
Entrance door giving access from the front driveway. Front and side windows. Fitted work benches. Power and light. Overhead storage. Wall mounted Trianco Red Fyre central heating boiler.

Double timber entrance gates lead to the granite gravel covered driveway with matching pathways that lead to the garden on the top side of the workshop. Space to store a boat. Phoenix style palm. Raised flowerbed boarders with various plants and shrubs and dwarf conifers. Fruit tree and banana palms. There is an old garden store at the far end of the garden with window and an open fronted lean-to store. Cornish stone walling on the front and rear boundaries. There are superb creek, sea and rural views. The oil tank is situated behind the workshop.

6’2” external measurement x 10’3” internal measurement (1.88m x 3.12m)

Garden Shed
8’7” x 6’5” both external measurements (2.62m x 1.96m)

Front Garden
There is a pathway running across the front of the bungalow with a pond on one side with lilies and aquatic plants. Area laid to lawn. Shrub and Cornish walled front boundary. Trellis rose arch. Outside tap. Area for a rotary washing line.

Side Garden
Stone patio area with lovely water and rural views. Access to the studio. Area of lawn. Mature side shrub bed with soft fruit frame. Cornish palm, Flax, Azalea, Buddleia, Fig tree and other trees. There is a well that we are informed has a pump that is used to top up the pond as and when required. Behind the soft fruit frame there is a small garden shed. A gravelled pathway leads across the rear of the bungalow.

Detached Studio
The timber studio has an open fronted lobby with door to the studio room and a door to:

Separate WC
WC with wooden seat. Ceiling light point.

Studio Room
11’5” x 9’4” (3.48m x 2.84m)
There are two windows with water and rural views. Currently with space for a bed or artist studio furnishings. Obscure glazed rear window. Electric storage heater. Wall and ceiling lights. Sink with chrome effect tap and electric Triton hand wash heater and built-in cupboard under. Shelving. Power points.

Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
06 December 2017


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