This beautiful semi-rural location is between the villages of Ludgvan and Gulval on the eastern side of Penzance. Both villages have schools, churches and public houses. Within a mile at Eastern Green and Long Rock are three supermarkets: Tesco, Morrisons and Sainsburys, making shopping conveniently close. Also within easy striking distance are the wonderful south coast beaches at Eastern Green, Long Rock and Marazion, which give access to the famous Cornish coastal path from which you can witness some of the country’s most beautiful and picturesque coastline and discover coves and beaches along the way. The major town of Penzance is just two miles away and offers a comprehensive range of shopping, leisure and commercial facilities, schools for all ages, including Penwith 6th Form College and a mainline rail link to London Paddington.
A fantastic opportunity to purchase this Grade II listed property in the centre of Marazion. Situated in an enviable position just moments away from the causeway to St Michaels Mount, an iconic landmark, and Marazion beach. The Old Lookout has reached a stage in which renovation is required but offers a good amount of accommodation and potential. The main house provides 5 bedroomed accommodation and there is also a former old shop/commercial space with a mezzanine, WC, & Store. Call now to arrange your viewing.
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This character home is in an enviable position, close to the wonderful beaches at Praa Sands, Prussia Cove and Perranuthnoe and the famous Cornish coastal path, perfect for walkers and lovers of the sea. It comes with a collection of additional buildings that could be suitable for extension or redevelopment (subject to any necessary consents). The main home is a quaint, characterful detached two bedroomed, reversed level barn conversion. In addition, there is an extensive range of buildings comprising a former annexe which would benefit from some updating, comprising three bedrooms, living room, kitchen and bathroom. This may also provide an opportunity to redevelop or use for other purposes such as work from home etc. or provide the owners with letting income.
There is also a large garage with a pit and attached workshop as well as a tractor shed. Driveway parking for numerous vehicles leads to large, level gardens which are divided into different areas of lawn, patio and pond as well as a good enclosure on the southern boundary which would be suitable for anyone looking to live the good life by growing food and keeping a few chickens. From this area there is a wonderful view over the fields to the sea and The Lizard. Offered chain free and available for immediate viewing.
In a secluded, tucked away location with rural surroundings and a far-reaching view across the countryside, taking in some of the historic buildings along the Great Flat Lode. A characterful, country cottage home with five bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor. The ground floor accommodation consisting of two generous reception rooms, hallway, cloakroom, utility and a farmhouse style kitchen with craftsman made units of sycamore and chestnut.
Outside is an attractive private garden with a wonderful feature koi carp pond, block built outbuilding, sheds and parking area. In all an unusual find which is coming to the market for the first time in three decades. EPC – D
A wonderfully situated house in Newlyn to enjoy spectacular views across Mounts Bay to St Michael’s Mount. This semi detached property has well-presented accommodation over 3 floors which briefly comprises; 3 bedrooms, Sitting Room, Kitchen/Dining Room, conservatory/living room, 2 Shower Rooms. The property also benefits from a low maintenance courtyard garden, garage and parking.
A two bedroom end of terrace home that is nestled along a peaceful cul-de-sac and enjoys a larger than average front garden along with an adjacent garage and gravelled parking bay. Furthermore the property benefits from majority uPVC double glazing and a low maintenance rear garden.
The property is warmed via a gas central heating system with accommodation in brief comprising kitchen/breakfast room, dining room, sitting room, shower room and porch to the ground floor with the two bedrooms to the first floor.
A charming mid-terrace cottage that is nestled to the seaward side of Long Rock. This character home has three bedrooms of which one has a lovely uninterrupted view over Mounts Bay to St Michaels Mount. An early inspection is highly recommended to fully appreciate.
The property is nestled to the seaward side of Long Rock village and is within walking distance of the local beaches, shop, children’s play park, public house and bus stops. The bustling market town of Penzance, approximately two miles distant offers a wider range of amenities together with primary and secondary schooling. Good commuter links are provided by the bus and main line railway station.
A charming mid-terrace cottage that is nestled to the seaward side of Long Rock. This character home has three bedrooms of which one has a lovely uninterrupted view over Mounts Bay to St Michaels Mount. Furthermore, planning permission has been granted to transform this room (along with other renovation and extension works throughout the property) completely to offer glazed doors fronting a roof terrace whereby one can sit out and enjoy the aforementioned views. The property further benefits from front and rear gardens, off road parking, garage/workshop and majority uPVC double glazing.
The home is primarily warmed via an oil fired central heating system with accommodation in brief comprising kitchen, dining room, lounge and sunroom to the ground floor with the three bedrooms, of which two are doubles, and bathroom to the first floor.
T H E A C C O M M O D A T I O N, with approximate dimensions is as follows:
G R O U N D F L O O R:
uPVC obscure double glazed door to:
KITCHEN/DINING ROOM: 15’ x 6’
Two uPVC double glazed windows to rear. Work surface area with inset stainless steel sink and drainer with cupboards and drawers below. Integral electric hob with electric oven beneath and extractor over. Space for washing machine. Integral fridge and freezer. Internal window to dining room. Radiator. Door to:
DINING ROOM: 13’7” x 8’1”
Solid fuel fire with slate hearth (not used) with recessed cupboards to sides. Beamed ceiling. Radiator. Steps rise with glazed door to:
LOUNGE: 13’10” x 12’4” including stairwell
Internal glazed window to sunroom. Wooden stable door to sunroom. Fireplace with slate surround and hearth. Storage cupboard. Radiator. Stairs rise to first floor.
SUNROOM: 14’4” x 7’
uPVC double glazed windows to front. Half-glazed uPVC door to the front courtyard garden. Two roof lights. Tiled floor. Radiator.
Loft access. Radiator. Doors to:
BEDROOM 1: 12’6” (to wardrobe) x 7’8”
uPVC double glazed window to front with a lovely view over Mounts Bay to St Michael Mount. Built-in wardrobe. Radiator.
BEDROOM 2: 10’ x 6’10”
Skylight roof window. Radiator.
BEDROOM 3: 11’10” x 8’1”
Double glazed window to rear. Built-in storage cupboard. Radiator.
BATHROOM 8’4” x 7’6”
Obscured double glazed window to rear. Panelled bath with shower over. Vanity mounted wash hand basin. Low level WC. Part-mirrored wall with cupboards to side. Radiator.
O U T S I D E:
To the rear the property is approached by a shared driveway in turn leading to a gravel parking area for one car. Here, one will find a timber summer house measuring 6’10” x 6’7” along with a garage/workshop measuring 16’3” x 7’10”. Extending away from here is an attractive cottage style garden which is mainly laid to lawn with greenhouse and raised planted borders. To the front a pleasant patio paved seating area, perfect for al fresco dining and listening to the waves lapping onto the beech. There is gated access to a pathway along with raised planted borders.
Mains electric, drainage, water and oil fired central heating.
LOCAL AUTHORITY: Cornwall Council Tel: 0300 1234 100
OUTGOINGS: Council Tax: Band ‘B’
VIEWING: Strictly by prior appointment with Whitlocks on 01736 369296
Proof of Finance and I.D.
All purchasers. Prior to agreeing a sale, we will require proof of financial ability to proceed by way of bank statements and/or mortgage agreement in principle. We will also ask for two forms of identification, a passport or driving licence and a council tax or utility bill.
DIRECTIONS (SEE ATTACHED MAP):
From Penzance proceed to the village of Long Rock. On passing the Mexico Inn take the 2nd exit at the roundabout as signed for Marazion. After approximately 30 yards there is a lane to the right which in turn leads to the property which is identified by a Whitlocks for sale board.
A well presented modern town house situated in an exclusive secure “Mews” development, between the town centre and harbour. An ideal main or investment property with light and spacious 2-bedroomed accommodation, paved terrace and use of a private “piazza” area.
14 Wharfside Village is situated within an exclusive complex of imaginatively designed town houses located above the Wharfside Shopping Complex near the town centre. Penzance has a wide range of shops and all the amenities one would expect of the largest town in west Cornwall. It is an active port and has a bus terminal and mainline railway station, which has a direct line to Paddington (approx. 5.5 hours).
The Wharfside complex was built from 1999 and is accessed via a lift or through secure gates. The concept was to provide quiet, safe and easily maintained accommodation in a convenient central location yet away from road traffic. No. 14 is one of a “mews” terrace with particularly light and spacious accommodation, including two bedrooms and a bathroom and a large living area, kitchen and cloakroom. From the upper floor there is a walkway to a private outside terrace. Allocated parking is sometimes available for rental which can be applied for following purchase.
T H E A C C O M M O D A T I O N, with approximate dimensions is as follows:
The house is approached through a security gate and there is a wide paved walkway off which is the double glazed front door to No.14.
Radiator with thermostat. Wall mounted thermostat. Wall mounted security access phone. Understairs storage cupboard. Vinyl floor.
BEDROOM 1: 14’ X 10’
Built in shelved wardrobe. Radiator with thermostat. Double glazed French doors opening to small balcony with wrought iron retaining balustrade.
BEDROOM 2: 13’9” X 8’10”
Built in shelved wardrobe. Radiator with thermostat. Double glazed French doors opening to the balcony.
Door from reception hall to:
White suite of enclosed bath, wash basin and low level WC. Mixer tap and shower attachment to bath. Shower curtain. Frosted glass double glazed window. Radiator with thermostat. Vinyl floor. Mirror fronted medicine cupboard. Air extractor.
Turning stairs from Reception Hall to:
White suite of low level WC and wash basin with shaver light above. Roof access to extensive insulated roof space. Door to airing cupboard housing high pressure insulated cylinder with shelving above. Space for washing machine/freezer etc… Shelving above. Vinyl floor. Radiator with thermostat.
KITCHEN: 11’ X 9’6”
Fitted with a range of light wood affect units with laminated work surface. A range of cupboards, drawers, and wall mounted cupboards. Twin bowl stainless stell sink unit with mixer tap. Space beneath the work surfaces for refrigerator/freezer etc… Gas hob with electric oven beneath and extractor hood above. Wall mounted Potterton Envoy gas fired boiler for central heating and hot water. Double glazed window. Vinyl floor. Radiator with thermostat. Archway to:
SITTING/DINING ROOM: 18’8” x 9’8” (widening to 13’)
There are both sitting and dining areas within the room and at present there is an electric fire as a feature. Double glazed windows to each side. 2 Radiators with thermostats. Vinyl floor.
O U T S I D E:
From the kitchen a stable door opens to a walkway with six steps rising to a private roof terrace (approx. 19’ x 16’9”). The area is for the exclusive use for No.14, is paved and there is a retaining wall. There is outside lighting and outside meter cupboards.
All mains services are connected. Gas-fired central heating.
LOCAL AUTHORITY: Cornwall Council Tel: 0300 134 100
Council Tax: Band ‘?’.
Water Rates: South West Water Authority Tel: 08443461010
Car parking rental: The Management Company retain the use of some allocated parking on site and owners of the properties can apply after purchase.
TENURE: LEASEHOLD. Balance of 75 years remaining. The service charge is currently
£366.00 per quarter which includes maintenance of the exterior and common areas, lift, lighting, security and rubbish collection. Ground rent: £50 per annum. Buildings insurance approx. £TBA per annum. NOTE: There is a restriction under the terms of the Lease that no pets are allowed.
VIEWING: Strictly by prior appointment with Whitlocks on: 01736 369296
DIRECTIONS: From the public car park by the harbour, cross the road to The Wharfside Centre and inside the entrance area take the lift to the second floor and turn left. On the right there is a security gate which provides access to the property. Escalator and stairs are also available. The agents will meet viewers by the security gate.