A mid terrace Ex Local Authority property within a quiet area of a relatively small development on the outskirts of the village, next to well loved country and river walks and a short distance from the village centre and harbour front. The house has been extremely well maintained, modern comforts include uPVC double glazing and more recent improvements include night store heaters. The property would now benefit from further updating and modernising
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The accommodation comprises an entrance hall leading to the kitchen and downstairs cloakroom and short flight of stairs to the living room. The kitchen breakfast room overlooks the front garden with some attractive rural views. The kitchen is equipped with a range of units, stainless steel sink and plumbing for a dishwasher and washing machine. The spacious living room includes a dining or study area and uPVC double glazed sliding doors into the large timber framed conservatory. The main bedroom on the first floor has the wonderful rural view with river glimpses. Extensive storage space includes a range of built in wardrobes and airing cupboard. The family bathroom comprises a panelled bath with electric shower over, wash basin and WC. A short flight of stairs leads to the two good size bedrooms at the rear which overlooking the garden.
The property is approached via a footpath giving access to this house and the end of terrace property next door. A small level garden area is mostly lawn with a small bedding area. At the rear is an easy to manage garden enclosed by fencing for privacy. Mostly laid to lawn with a timber storage shed and gate to the rear and allocated parking space. There is a further resident parking area available at the other end of the terrace. Across from the front of the house is the entrance to the popular public footpath giving access to the wonderful country walk with simply stunning views of the Percuil River, Trewince Quay, Porth Creek and Pelyn Creek and National Trust land beyond. The walk then leads to the coastal path, Priory Point and upper reaches of the Percuil.
'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.
The following services are available mains electric, metered mains water, mains drainage and telephone line is connected (however we have not verified connection).