6 bedroom detached house for sale

Penmenner Road, The Lizard TR12

Guide Price £725,000

Property Description

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Tenure: Freehold

Set in grounds approaching half an acre, enjoying breathtaking uninterrupted views towards Kynance Cove, an exquisite six bedroom detached Victorian residence.

This superb residence fronts onto open countryside which is under the stewardship of the National Trust. Mounts Bay House, which was formerly a hotel, is presented both internally and externally to a high standard and boasts a wealth of period features throughout.

Dating back to1886 and possibly earlier the property offers spacious versatile living accommodation and in its current format is presented as a spacious ground floor apartment and a spacious four bedroom maisonette but could relatively easily be converted back as one dwelling.

The accommodation at present comprises on the ground floor an entrance vestibule, main hallway, sitting room, formal dining room, study, w.c., bathroom, a nicely appointed kitchen/breakfast room with feature Aga, utility room, walk in larder, boiler room and a dual aspect Victorian style conservatory with double doors leading out onto the patio. Access to the first floor can be gained either from the formal staircase in the main hallway or from the old servants back staircase which has its own exterior entrance.

On the first floor half landing there is a wet room, whilst on the first floor there is a kitchen/breakfast room, hobbies room, lounge, bathroom, utility room and bedroom, whilst a further staircase leads to the second floor where there are currently three/four bedrooms.

Amongst many refinements the property benefits from UPVC double glazing and is warmed by oil fired radiator heating.

Outside a stone chipped driveway leads to the double garage which benefits from an office/hobbies room above. There is a useful range of outbuildings which include a single garage, a potting shed, poly tunnel, tool shed and a large timber building that houses the ride on mower. The gardens are predominantly to the side and are laid to lawn with steps leading down onto the patio.

The Lizard village is mainland Britain's most Southerly village, a special place jutting out into the sea where the Atlantic Ocean and the English Channel meet, it has been designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty. The village being a short stroll away from the property provides a range of amenities including Post Office, food stores, doctors surgery, butcher and a number of well regarded public houses and restaurants. There is a primary school and a comprehensive school can be found in the village of Mullion which is approximately four miles distant. The market town of Helston is approximately 11 miles away with more extensive amenities including national stores and a leisure centre with indoor pool.

Redruth mainline railway station with regular service to London Paddington is approximately 25 miles away while Newquay Airport is approximately 50 miles away with a regular service to London Gatwick and other European destinations.

THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES (DIMENSIONS APPROX)

MAIN DOOR
Leading to

ENTRANCE VESTIBULE
6'9" x 4'9"
Decorative light set in ceiling rose, feature Minton tiled flooring, part stained glass door and side panel leading to

MAIN HALLWAY
16'3" x 14'6" (maximum measurements)
(L shaped). Feature period coving and cornicing, staircase to first floor, doors to sitting room, dining room, study, cloakroom and inner hallway.

SITTING ROOM
17'3" (maximum) into bay window) x 13'9"
Light arrangement set in ceiling rose, feature cornicing, picture rail, wall light, dual aspect room enjoying views out across towards Kynance Bay, feature fireplace with marble surround, mantel and hearth.

DINING ROOM
17'3" (maximum into bay window) x 13'11"
Dual aspect room, decorative ceiling light set in ceiling rose, feature period fireplace and surround, display shelving, cornicing and stripped wood flooring.

STUDY
10'1" x 5'11"
Having window.

CLOAKROOM
6'2" x 3'
Low level w.c., corner wash hand basin in vanity unit.

INNER HALLWAY
13'8" (in length)

MASTER BEDROOM
18'7" (into bay window) x 13'7"
Window to side aspect, coved ceiling with light set in ceiling rose, stripped wood flooring, feature period fireplace and surround.

BATHROOM
8'5" x 6'2"
Panel bath, wash hand basin, low level w.c., shower unit with electric shower, decorative tiling to walls, striplight/shaver socket, frosted window, cupboard.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM
14'1" x 12'1"
Nicely appointed kitchen with hand crafted base and wall units, polished granite work surfaces incorporating a large stainless steel sink unit with swan neck mixer tap, dual aspect room, feature electric Aga, island work station, partial tiling to walls, door giving access to servants staircase.

REAR PORCH
6'11" x 3'3"
Having UPVC door leading out to rear courtyard.

UTILITY ROOM
10'2" x 9'9"
Having pine units with drawers, Belfast sink unit, plumbing for washing machine, door through to

BOILER ROOM
8'10" x 3'2"
Door through to

LARDER/STORE
8'11" x 6'7"

CONSERVATORY
20'6" x 10'10"
Victorian style, triple aspect with double doors leading out to side patio area, three wall lights with further door leading out to side.

FIRST FLOOR

HALF LANDING
Feature arch top stained glass window.

WET ROOM
5'8" x 5'7"
Having toilet, wash hand basin, tiling to walls and electric shower.

LANDING
17' (in length)

BATHROOM
6'10" x 6'3"
P-shaped bath with shower screen, low level w.c., wash hand basin.

UTILITY ROOM
9'10" x 8'10"
Plumbing for washing machine, work top surfaces incorporating a single bowl sink unit, wall units.

KITCHEN/DINING ROOM
20'11" x 14'11"
Dual aspect room with three windows taking full advantage of the country and coastal views, stripwood flooring, coving, two ceiling lights, base units with drawers, rolltop work surface incorporating a one and a half bowl sink unit with drainer and mixer taps, cooker socket, double doors leading through to

STUDY/HOBBIES ROOM
14'2" x 11'11"
Dual aspect, stripwood flooring, built in storage cupboard.

LOUNGE
15'9" (into bay window) x 13'8"
Period feature fireplace and surround with mantel over, stripped wood flooring.

BEDROOM ONE
12'3" x 11'6"
Being dual aspect, cupboard housing the immersion heater.

SECOND FLOOR

BEDROOM TWO
12'5" x 8'11"
Limited headroom, stripped wood flooring.

BEDROOM THREE
14'2" x 9'11"
Velux window, stripped wood flooring.

BEDROOM FOUR
18'7" x 9'4"
Velux window with views across to Housel Bay and Bass Point, stripped wood flooring, cupboard with access into roof space.

BEDROOM FIVE
18'3" x 8'8"
Dual aspect, velux window.

OUTSIDE
Stone chipped drive which provides parking for several cars leads to the

DOUBLE GARAGE
19'7" x 15'6"
Having electric remote up and over door, access to first floor

HOBBIES/STORAGE ROOM
19'8" x 9'5"

SINGLE GARAGE
17'5" x 8'7"

TIMBER BUILDING
17'3" x 14'11"

POLY TUNNEL
20' x 8'

TOOL SHED
The gardens are predominantly to the side having expanses of lawn with steps leading down onto the patio area.

SERVICES
Mains water, mains electricity and drainage.

DATE DETAILS PREAPRED - 15TH MARCH 2018

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EPC's FOR RENTAL PROPERTIES
As from the 1st April 2018 there is a requirement for any properties rented out in the private rental sector to normally have a minimum energy efficiency rating of E on an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC). The regulations now apply to new lets and renewals of tenancies and for all existing tenancies on 1st April 2020. It will be unlawful to rent a property which breaches the requirement for a minimum E rating, unless there is an applicable exemption. We understand that the normal type of holiday let is exempt.


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