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A wonderful two bedroom detached bungalow located within a superb coastal front line setting enjoying far reaching views over the Ocean and surrounding coastline.
Planning permission passed to demolish existing property and replace with modern three bedroom reverse level dwelling.
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Morlais represents a very exciting opportunity to purchase a front line property within the ever popular village of Perranuthnoe enjoying the most outstanding, far reaching, water and coastline views. The existing property is a detached two bedroom property which our client purchased many years ago and is currently successfully holiday let through our clients own website. The accommodation in brief comprises of a spacious entrance conservatory which provides impressive far reaching views. Beyond this area is a reception room again with a window providing a wonderful view over the gardens and out to sea.
The kitchen houses a range of base and wall mounted units complimented with timber worksurfaces. Appliances are catered for with a free standing cooker. Spaces are provided for a fridge, freezer and washing machine. Completing the accommodation are two bedrooms and a family bathroom, all located at the rear of the property. In the rear porch area a stable door provides access to the rear garden. The gardens and grounds wrap around the property and are mainly laid to lawn. The immediate entrance to the property from the road is a driveway providing parking for a number cars. Within the gardens are a number of timber outbuildings and a summerhouse.
Perranuthnoe is a picturesque village with a church and classic granite cottages beside a wonderful beach on the east side of Mount's Bay. A 12th Century inn provides a focal point for the local community and there are two cafés. The village is a short drive from the A30, allowing swift and convenient road access. The stretch of coast around Perranuthnoe takes in some of the county's best beaches, including Praa Sands and Loe Bar, the traditional fishing villages of Mousehole and Porthleven, as well as the historic port of Penzance, with St Michael's Mount sitting just offshore. The coastline to the east is a mix of secluded coves, wonderful cliff walks and wide beaches and it is no coincidence that so many of Cornwall's finest artists have based themselves around its westernmost peninsula.
Penzance Station provides direct trains to London Paddington and is less than six miles away. The town is host to several well-regarded restaurants and art galleries, whilst the Filmhouse in Newlyn has proved a huge success with the local community and beyond. A few miles in the opposite direction, Porthleven has emerged as a culinary hotspot, with several highly-regarded local restaurants taking advantage of the outstanding local produce and drawing in food-lovers from far and wide.
Planning permission has been granted to demolish the existing dwelling and rebuild a brand new detached 3 bedroom reverse level property. Plans are available on request.
The following services are available mains electric, metered mains water, mains drainage and telephone line together with broadband is connected (however we have not verified connection).