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This property is a very quaint and idyllic single level coastal home with arguably Cornwall's best sea and rural views spanning from Penzance past St Michael's Mount and along the length of the coastline to the Lizard Peninsula.
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This single level detached property is a wonderful 3 bedroom home built in an elevated position that is perfectly situated providing panoramic and picturesque sea and rural views from Penzance along the length of the coastline to the Lizard Peninsula. Ideally located between Newlyn and Mousehole which are both walking distance for most, if not the convenience of a bus stop is virtually on the doorstep to take you to either village.
This property is all about location and has not been on the open market for many a year. There is immense opportunity with this property with modernising required to enjoy a delightful 3 bedroom bungalow and equally for major works to be undertaken (with required permissions) to create something spectacular which would not be out of place in such a special location.
Although this has the ease of single level living there is single garage and in addition off street parking for two more cars on a level below the property. There is the convenience of a gently sloping ramp from parking to the front door for those with mobility concerns. The property is spacious for its size and yet offers huge potential for development with similar properties in the immediate location having undergone significant improvement.
Internally the property has three double bedrooms, 3 reception rooms, kitchen and family bathroom. The rear of the property has a useful utility room with door to the rear patio area. Externally the property a delightful private gardens to both front and rear with majority to the rear which if developed allows further extension in this direction.
The quaint and historic harbour-side community of Mousehole, has a unique and somewhat timeless character, largely unchanged over the years. The granite and slate architecture, set around a picturesque harbour all epitomising the Cornish coastal village. Known far and wide for its display of Christmas lights, it has seen much history, both tragic and joyful and was the only place where the Spanish made a landing centuries ago. The bustling fishing port of Newlyn is approximately half a mile with historic harbour, local shops, health centre, primary school and local amenities. Both these two villages are a within walking distance for most with also the convenience of a bus linking the two.
The nearby colourful town of Penzance provides more extensive shopping and commercial facilities, together with regular flights to the Scilly Isles and a main line rail connection with London Paddington. Throughout the West Penwith area are numerous opportunities for leisure activities, beach sports plus wonderful parks and gardens with two of the most iconic attractions of St Michaels Mount and the Minack Theatre nearby.
The following services are available Mains electricity Mains water supply, private drainage, Oil fired central heating via Combi boiler and telephone connection although we have not verified this. Council Tax Band 'F'.
Mousehole - 800 metres Newlyn - 1 mile Penzance 1.5 miles Marazion - 7 miles Sennen Cove 9 miles (All distances are approx.)