Spinnakers is a beautifully presented and very well appointed end of terrace home benefitting from wonderful sea views across the Carrick Roads to Mylor Harbour. Also within view is St Just Creek with its deep water moorings and tidal pool and the National Trust owned Messack headland. The reverse level contemporary accommodation is extremely well planned and provides a spacious and light living space. The property is finished to an extremely high standard including engineered oak floors with under-floor heating and hardwood veneer doors throughout. The main open plan living space is a particular feature of the property 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. The four well proportioned bedrooms provide ample accommodation and would suit both the second home and permanent buyers alike. Spinnakers focuses on a quality finish with ease of maintenance in mind.
Ground Floor: Entrance Vestibule • 22'2 Reception Hall • Master Suite with Shower Room • Bedroom 2 • Bedroom 4 Family Bathroom • Boot Room / Rear Entrance Lobby. First Floor: Feature Open Tread Oak Staircase • Open Plan Living Area with Large Balcony off • Fitted Kitchen with Neff Appliances • Bedroom 3.
Outside: Parking Space for 2 Cars • Stone Faced Wall and Paved Steps with handrail to pathway to Rear Entrance • Garden Area laid mainly to Lawn • South West Facing Terrace.
St Mawes - 1.5 miles. St Just Boatyard - 0.5 miles. Truro - 9 miles via car ferry or 18 miles by road. Newquay Airport - 29 miles with flights to London Gatwick (70 mintues) and Manchester (80 minutes). St Austell - 15 miles with London Paddington 4 hours by rail.
St Just in Roseland is renowned for its lovely Church in a delightful waterside setting of great beauty. There is 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 offers a variety of shops, banks, restaurants, doctor's surgery etc, and an all year round passenger ferry to Falmouth. Truro and St Austell are each approximately 17 miles by road whilst the King Harry car ferry provides a short cut to Truro (approximately 10 miles), Falmouth and the far West. London is about 70 minutes by air from Newquay, and by rail about 4.5 hours from Truro.
Accommodation - A Brief Tour
On entering the property through the front door, one enters the large entrance hall with boot room and ample storage and characterized by the feature oak staircase which rises to the first floor. There are three good sized double bedrooms on this floor, including the master suite complete with en-suite shower room and bi folding doors to the paved terrace. Both the ensuite and family bathrooms benfit from heated towel rails and under floor heating.
The first floor is a spectacular living space with a 21’ x 20’ open plan living / dining room under a beautiful vaulted ceiling complete with remote controlled Velux windows. Bifolding glass doors open onto the large balcony, an ideal area to enjoy the stunning sea views. To the rear elevation is the beautifully appointed kitchen with Neff appliances and Corian work surfaces. Whilst to the rear of the property, the design allows the views to be appreciated from this room. Also on this level is a further large bedroom, which equally would be well suited as a separate snug or study.
Externally the property benefits from a large parking area designed for two cars, with steps rising to an easily maintained lawed area and the paved terrace.
Mains water and electricity. Pump drainage to mains system. Telephone and television points. Solar powered hot water system. Combined sustainable heating system including solar panels, electric under floor heating and heated towel rail / radiators to bathroom and en suite.
EPC Rating: E