This immaculate three bedroom family home oozes quality from the moment you walk through the door; oak floors with under floor heating, majestic living room with cathedral ceiling, bi-fold doors onto the balcony to enjoy the west facing views and stunning sunsets. Built just 9 years ago, and with private garden and parking, this family residence would also be an ideal easy to manage holiday home with income potential.
• Sought after village location close to St Mawes
• Good holiday letting income potential
• Exceptional three bedroom contemporary coastal home
• Feature vaulted open plan living room
• West facing garden with patio and glass fronted balcony
• Private parking for two cars
Holiday Income Potential Award winning Helpful Holidays, have accessed the house and say 'This stunning property would prove to be a popular destination for guests if offered as a holiday rental' and could have a net income of up to £21,500 per annum. Other similar properties in the area have proven successful letting record and we have no doubt that this property would be just as popular.
The Property Completed in 2008 by the award winning Rosemullion Homes, this is the best of stylish coastal living combining modern comforts such as contemporary bathrooms, wood framed double glazed doors and windows, along with a combined sustainable heating and hot water system including solar panels, zoned electric under floor heating, and heated radiator/ towel rails. The wood burner can add a cosy feel to a winters evening but it is the well designed light and spacious feel to every room that makes this a very special family home with a welcoming ambience. This immaculately presented home also offers ease of maintenance ideal for a second home and would also make a very appealing holiday letting home. The modest roadside approach belies the outstanding rear elevation and views sitting in this quiet cul de sac and viewing is essential to truly appreciate this fabulous home.
Ground floor The entrance vestibule, with storage cupboard, opens into the entrance hall with open tread oak staircase leading to the first floor along and a rear vestibule leading to the rear entrance. There are two bedrooms on the ground floor; a double bedroom with built in double wardrobe, the main bedroom being en suite with a contemporary double shower, there is a built in double wardrobe and bi-fold doors which lead on to the lower private patio and garden. A contemporary family bathroom completes the ground floor.
First floor The beautiful oak staircase leads to the wonderful open plan living room with feature vaulted ceiling, electronically operated Velux windows with automatic rain sensor, window to the rear and bi-fold doors leads to the generous balcony which fits a garden table and four chairs and has toughened glass and steel balustrade to maximise the enjoyment of the view from both balcony and living room. Also on the first floor is a well equipped kitchen with granite worktops, one and a half bowl sink and built in Neff appliances including washer/dryer, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, double oven with grill and hob over and extractor fan. There is a third bedroom on this floor which the current owner use as a dining room. Completing the first floor are two tall storage cupboards and a deep airing cupboard housing the pressurised hot water tank.
Outside From the road, a stone faced slate topped wall and timber gate lead to a small paved patio area and entrance door. The main outside space is found as you drive into the quite cul de sac of Chapel Close where the views open up, the paved parking area fits two vehicle and a short flight of steps lead into the slightly elevated private garden, which is neatly lined with hedging and colourful flowering shrubs. A lawned area gives way to the paved patio area, which has a good degree of privacy, wood store and doors leading to the rear entrance and main bedroom.
Services Mains water and electricity, pump drainage to mains system, Broadband connected, Council Tax Band D.
About The Roseland Peninsula St Just in Roseland is an active community located in the heart of the Roseland peninsula, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and is surrounded by glorious country walks and the popular stretch of the South West Coastal Path. A popular coastal walk from the church takes you 1.5 miles along the 'Carrick Roads' to the elegant sailing resort of St Mawes, which caters for day to day needs with a general store, post office, school, pharmacy and surgery, along with shops, galleries, restaurants, boutique hotels and sailing club. Local beaches include the golden sands of Carne and Pendower and Porthcurnick Beach at Rosevine with its famous Hidden Hut Cafe, described by The Telegraph as the 'hottest place in the county, if not the country'. The King Harry Car Ferry, just three miles away, takes you to the cathedral city of Truro which has a wide range of commercial facilities, schools and direct rail link to London. There is also a local bus service which runs to Truro and St Mawes.