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Millerson, Penzance, TR18

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Penzance is a special place; as you catch your first glimpse of St Michael’s Mount on the approach to the town, you can’t help but grin. Penzance is a picturesque historic port where the climate is mild and so is the way of life. There are lots of sandy beaches, great coastal walks and evocative evidence of the county’s mining heritage. The local villages of St Just and Pendeen are great for twitchers and, of course, this stretch of coast is where the TV series Poldark was filmed. The town likes a celebration; there is a pagan winter solstice celebration in December, the Mazeyday summer procession and the September Tin Man trail, so there is always something going on. Tropical gardens, festivals and culture abound, ensuring something for everyone. The most famous pub in Penzance, the Admiral Benbow, was the inspiration for the inn of the same name in Stevenson’s Treasure Island, and the first announcement of Nelson’s death was reputed to have taken place at the Union Hotel. A short, low-tide walk out to sea from nearby Marazion, lies St Michael’s Mount; a tiny island that has been inhabited for thousands of years. In the 12th century the monastic castle was built and, while the island is still occupied, it is now open to visitors and makes a fascinating day out.Millerson is the go-to estate agent in Penzance and the surrounding areas, including the villages of Crowlas, Goldsithney, Gulval, Heamoor, Madron, Marazion, Mousehole, Newlyn, New Mill, Paul, Perranuthnoe, Praa Sands, Rosudgeon, Perran Downs, Sennen, Land’s End, St Buryan, Lamorna, St Just, Pendeen, St Levan, Porthcurno and St Hilary, all of which have road and bus links into you’d like to know the value of your home, or if you would like to let your property, please use the form below to get in touch with Millerson Estate Agents.

Penzance is a special place; as you catch your first glimpse of St Michael’s Mount on the approach to the town, you can’t help but grin. Penzance is a picturesque historic port where the climate is mild and so is the way of life. There are lots of sandy beaches, great coastal walks and evocative evidence of the county’s mining heritage. The local villages of St Just and Pendeen are great for twitchers and, of course, this stretch of coast is where the TV series Poldark was filmed. The town likes a celebration; there is a pagan winter solstice celebration in December, the Mazeyday summer procession and the September Tin Man trail, so there is always something going on. Tropical gardens, festivals and culture abound, ensuring something for everyone. The most famous pub in Penzance, the Admiral Benbow, was the inspiration for the inn of the same name in Stevenson’s Treasure Island, and the first announcement of Nelson’s death was reputed to have taken place at the Union Hotel. A short, low-tide walk out to sea from nearby Marazion, lies St Michael’s Mount; a tiny island that has been inhabited for thousands of years. In the 12th century the monastic castle was built and, while the island is still occupied, it is now open to visitors and makes a fascinating day out.Millerson is the go-to estate agent in Penzance and the surrounding areas, including the villages of Crowlas, Goldsithney, Gulval, Heamoor, Madron, Marazion, Mousehole, Newlyn, New Mill, Paul, Perranuthnoe, Praa Sands, Rosudgeon, Perran Downs, Sennen, Land’s End, St Buryan, Lamorna, St Just, Pendeen, St Levan, Porthcurno and St Hilary, all of which have road and bus links into you’d like to know the value of your home, or if you would like to let your property, please use the form below to get in touch with Millerson Estate Agents.

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Residential for sale 38 £271,378 21 weeks
Residential to rent 11 £711 pcm 3 weeks

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