Ground Floor: Reception Hall, Main Bedroom with wide Bay Window and En-Suite Shower Room, 2nd Double Bedroom, Family Bathroom.
First Floor: Open Plan Living Room with Large Bay Window and Tri-Fold Doors to a Juliet balcony, Luxury Kitchen and Boiler Utility Cupboard.
Outside: Brick Paved Parking Space. Stone-faced walling and paved steps with handrail to pathway leading to the main entrance. Low maintenance and enclosed South West facing garden.
Location Summary (distances and times are approximate)
Bus Stop: 100 yards. St Just Boatyard: 880 yards. St Just Church and Café: 350 yards. St Mawes: 1.5 miles with a Pedestrian Ferry to Falmouth (20 minutes). King Harry Car Ferry: 3.5 miles. Truro: 8 miles via car ferry. Falmouth: 12 miles via car ferry. Cornwall Airport Newquay: 25 miles with regular flights to London (70 minutes) and Manchester (80 minutes). St Austell: 13 miles with London Paddington 4.5 hours by rail. Plymouth: 56 miles. Exeter: 95 miles.
St Just in Roseland
St Just-in-Roseland is renowned for its lovely church in a delightful waterside setting of great beauty. There is a café and a boatyard with deep moorings in the creek that merges into the fine sailing waters of Carrick Roads and Falmouth Bay. The nearby exclusive waterfront village of St Mawes was recently voted as the top seaside resort in the UK. The village offers a variety of shops, pubs, restaurants, doctor's surgery etc, active sailing club plus an all-year-round passenger ferry to Falmouth.
Natural slate roof;
Colour-washed rendered elevations;
High performance double glazed low Argon-filled windows;
Block and beam concrete floors at ground and first floor level;
Engineered oak floor with slate tiles to bath/shower rooms;
Vaulted ceiling to first floor Living Room and Kitchen with exposed beams;
Solid Oak staircase;
Traditional chimney with fitted energy-efficient wood-burning stove;
8 ft wide bay window in the Living Room with Tri-Fold doors to a Juliet balcony with magnificent views;
Well-appointed Kitchen with Neff appliances and granite worktops with breakfast bar;
Oak skirtings and architraves;
Hardwood veneer internal flush doors with stainless steel door furniture;
Large bay window in the Main Bedroom;
Main Bedroom with En-Suite Shower Room and built in wardrobes;
Recessed low energy down-lights;
Intruder alarm system;
External courtesy lighting and external tap and power point;
Landscaped low maintenance Garden;
Brick paved Parking Space.
In turn-key order, this rare find is suitable as either a main or second home. The property has the potential of producing a lucrative holiday letting income. Projections are available upon request which show breakdowns of gross annual income figures ranging from £11,960 (15 weeks) to £23,613 (35 weeks).
This modern residence was built by reputable builders around 12 years ago and has been in the loving ownership of the sellers since new. The property has a wonderful light contemporary feel throughout with the reverse level accommodation providing a very clever use of space, making the most of the stunning coastal setting.
The property is finished to high standards with beautiful engineered oak floors with under floor heating (fired by an electric boiler) and hardwood veneer doors throughout.
Open Plan Living
The main open plan living space is a particular feature with double height vaulted ceilings, large fireplace with wood burning stove and bi-folding doors to a wonderful large balcony, all taking in the stunning coastal and country views.
Zoned by a breakfast bar, the well-equipped open-plan fitted kitchen is complete with a range of Neff appliances and an integrated fridge freezer. In one corner a large Utility cupboard houses the electric underfloor heating boiler.
The Ground Floor
On the ground floor, the property is entered into a wide Reception Hall with a cloaks / store cupboard. At the opposite end is a good-sized airing cupboard housing a Solkit pressurized hot water tank fed by a solar panel on the roof. The hallway has a crafted oak staircase which rises to the first floor.
The Bedrooms and Bathrooms
The main bedroom suite faces south west and benefits from a good sized en-suite shower room, large built in wardrobe and an 8ft wide bay window overlooking the garden with the stunning vista beyond. There is also a spacious double guest bedroom, which again faces south west with water and countryside views. The family bathroom is well appointed with large bath and a shower over.
Accessed off Chapel Close is a parking space on a brick paved driveway. Stone-faced walling and paved steps with a handrail rise up to paved pathway leading to the main entrance. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with hedged boundaries.
Mains water and electricity. Mains drainage system direct to the mains sewer. Electric boiler for underfloor heating and hot water via pressurized hot water tank also fed by solar. Telephone (Broadband enabled) and television points. (NB: We have not tested any electrical circuits, appliances and heating system).
Energy Performance Rating: E
Council Tax Band: C
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