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GUIDE PRICE RANGE FROM 650,000 to 685,000
This is an inviting and deceptive coastal detached property, situated in an elevated position with superb sea views from many of the rooms. Fully renovated in recent years the property is impeccably presented throughout. A short walk takes you through the village down to the beach and the Southwest Coast Path which makes this property ideal for a holiday or family home. Walking up to the property you get a sense of the size plus the ambiance of the location with the sun flooding the front elevation.
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Stepping into the entrance hall you immediately appreciate how bright the property is. The exceptional bright open plan kitchen and dining room has views towards the sea and also countryside at the rear. The modern contemporary kitchen with with granite worktops, fitted appliances and central island is the perfect space for creating and entertaining while the spacious dining area is perfect for your guest to enjoy. A few steps take you through to a superb full length sitting room again full of light from the large windows, a perfect space for the family to enjoy. This room enjoys the sea view to the front and country view to the rear. Another feature to this room is the log burning fire place perfect for the cool or winter nights.
Across from the hall the property takes on a variety of uses with a spacious study/office which also has the potential for another bedroom. From this room you access the utility room, fitted with units and spaces for the appliances. Beyond this room is a boot/boiler room providing space and storage and separate access from the garden. There is a potential to combine the three rooms into a ground floor studio or annex arrangement if required.
From the central hall the stairs rise to a bright first floor landing which gives access to the four bedrooms and family bathroom. Positioned to one end of the property the large master bedroom runs the full depth from front to rear. The double aspect creates a bright room, along with the superb sea and country views. This spacious room also has the potential for an en-suite. There are two further bright double bedrooms with sea views while the fourth bedroom has the rear country view. The family bathroom includes a large bath and separate double shower cubicle.
Set to the front of the property is a sunny large open plan garden with an expanse of lawn edged with flowerbeds and shrubs, a patio areaideal for al fresco dining next to the ornamental pond. The long driveway provides ample parking for several cars. To the rear of the property is a private garden edged with trees, hedging and again flowers and shrubs. The garden backs onto farmland adding to the attraction of the property.
The property has mains water, electricity and drainage. Oil central heating with recent boiler fitted in 2018. Broadband and Satellite TV connected but not tested.Council Tax Band F
This property would make an ideal holiday home plus holiday let. There are projected income figures available at request.
Perranuthnoe is a picturesque village with a church and classic granite cottages beside a wonderful beach on the east side of Mounts Bay. A 12th Century, award winning inn provides a focal point for the local community and there are two cafés by the beach. 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, the traditional fishing villages of Mousehole and Porthleven, as well as the historic port of Penzance, with St Michaels 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 finest artists have based themselves around its westernmost peninsula.
Marazion 1.8 miles, Penzance 5.9 miles, Helston 8.6 miles, Truro 27.8 miles (all distances are approximate)