A well maintained Ex Local Authority house in a sought after residential area of the village. The well proportioned accommodation includes a kitchen diner, living room, two bedrooms, one with attractive water views, and family bathroom and would now benefit from further updating. With garden front and back and the added benefit of a single garage.
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A mid twentieth century ex Local Authority property within a small development located close to the school and short distance to the harbour front. The house has been extremely well maintained and has had more recent improvements including uPVC double glazing and night store heaters and the property would now benefit from further updating and modernising.
A light room with larger window overlooking the garden and small side window. Fireplace currently fitted with a calor gas heater.
With large window and two smaller windows and door leading to garden and path to the street. Range of fitted wall and base cabinets and worktops over. Stainless steel double bowl sink and drainer. Airing cupboard with shelving, storage space and hot water tank. Space for small dining table and chairs.
A wonderful light and spacious bedroom with two windows enjoying extensive harbour views to Summers Beach and the Percuil River, village views and national trust countryside beyond. Built in double wardrobe and panel heater.
Windows to two sides, built in wardrobe, panel heater.
Panelled bath with electric shower over, WC and pedestal wash hand basin, obsure glazed window.
The entrance door is to the side of the house and the property can be accessed from the road via a shared path that leads to a pedestrian gate leading to the kitchen door. At the bottom of the garden is another gate leading to a footpath. There are gardens to two sides which are in part laid to lawn with shrubs and some hedging for privacy and paved sitting areas. A timber storage shed sits at the bottom on the garden. Some of the neighbours have used part of the garden to create parking areas and this may be possible, subject to planning consent.
A short distance away is a single garage within a block of four, with up and over door.
'Effortlessly classic, increasingly chic and small and out of the way enough' is how the Telegraph recently described St Mawes, situated on the tip the Roseland Peninsula, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with stunning countryside and popular stretch of the South West Coastal Path, National Trust land and pretty harbour villages. The village has some of the finest day sailing waters in the country and is well served with village shops, galleries, sailing club, boutique hotels such as Olga's Polizzi's Tresanton. St Mawes has a working harbour and active community with primary school, surgery, post office and small supermarket. The vibrant harbour town of Falmouth across the bay is reached by passenger ferry. The cathedral city of Truro, with a wide range of commercial facilities and direct rail link to London is 19 miles distant and Newquay airport is just an hour away.