This is a delightful and extremely spacious two bedroom farmhouse with stunning far-reaching rural and sea views set in approximately 1 acre of grounds with a range of various outbuildings and formal gardens.
The property was converted approximately 20 years ago by the current vendor and has been finished to a very high standard throughout with many sustainable and reclaimed features. It is a reverse level property which maximises the stunning views on offer. The master bedroom is extremely spacious and has wonderful character features such as stripped wide solid timber floor boards and reclaimed cast-iron radiator fitted on a granite plinth. Further features include the rough wall finish which is in keeping with a property of this age and stature.
Moving down the hallway past a further cast iron radiator is bedroom two, which like the previous bedroom also has solid timber floor boards and is bright and spacious with windows out of the rear elevation looking at the formal rear garden. The room is spacious enough for large freestanding wardrobes or the current vendor's have made a very useful walk in wardrobe space in the corner of this room. It is worth noting the expansive size of both bedrooms which makes this property very unique.
The family bathroom is adjacent to this bedroom and comprises a freestanding roll-top bath with separate shower cubicle and it is finished to a wonderful standard in keeping with the rustic farmhouse feel.
Stairs rising to the first floor arrive at an unusually spacious sitting room which is a superb room that has a wonderful open feeling and full of character. There are exposed timber beams and a vaulted ceiling, windows with granite quoins which start to give a glimpse of the amazing views on offer. Adjacent to the sitting room is the delightful kitchen/dining room which has a vaulted ceiling with character beams and central island unit. There are further floor mounted units with thick solid timber worktops and a seven rings Flavel gas hob with electric oven underneath. The large family dining table is not out of place in this generous room and is a hub of the home and perfect for entertaining.
Externally there is driveway parking for approximately four cars with a staircase to access a substantial balcony which is an ideal place to take in the stunning views on offer across rolling fields and to the sea in the distance from the elevated position. There are a range of connected outbuildings which include spacious single garage, separate workshop with electric and water, music room and store room with a gardener's loo. There is a further outbuilding housing garden equipment including a ride on mower. The formal garden has a variety of mature plants and shrubs and is generally level. The second half of the garden is an enclosed paddock which is perfect for people with dogs and an abundance of space for kids to play ball games. At the end of the garden is where you truly get the full scope of the views on offer in this amazing location.
The property is situated on the rural outskirts and only a couple of miles from the delightful village of Gulval which is just to the North of Penzance. The surroundings are peaceful and unspoilt. The area is a haven for walkers with a network of footpaths in the area, linking farmland walks with the coastal path. Nearby Penzance is one of Cornwall's most famous and vibrant larger coastal towns and an extremely popular tourist destination. The town centre, which is an easy level walk offers a wealth of shops, cafes, hotels, restaurants and night life, plus a variety of historic architecture with attractions such as the refurbished Jubilee Pool, the art deco lido and stunning subtropical gardens of Morrab and Penlee. The promenade stretches alongside the popular sandy beach with walks to St Michael's Mount at Marazion and Newlyn harbour in the opposite direction all which are popular with artists and for the art galleries.
The following services are available Mains electricity, mains water supply, private drainage, oil central heating and telephone connection although we have not verified this. Council tax band 'D'.
Gulval - 2 miles Penzance - 3 miles (London main line station) Marazion - 5 miles (St Michaels Mount) Mousehole - 6 miles Sennen Beach - 12 miles Minack Theatre - 13 miles (All distances are Approx. )
Sales: Country & Waterside Prestige is a trading name of Countrywide Estate Agents, Registered in England Number 00789476, Registered Office: Greenwood House, 1st Floor, 91-99 New London Road, Chelmsford, Essex, CM2 0PP. Countrywide Estate Agents is an appointed representative of Countrywide Principal Services Limited, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.