Gibraltar Terrace, St Mawes Guide price £850,000

3 bedroom property for sale

Situated on the highly sought after western / Tresanton side of the village, this elegant Georgian property of around 1528 square feet combines character features with a relaxing location and superb views, yet it is within 80 yards of the exclusive St Mawes waterfront, close to beaches and central village amenities.

This desirable property has a homely atmosphere and an array of features including moulded cornices, sash windows, wood panelling, attractive fireplace with wood-burner in the drawing room, oriel bay windows in the master bedroom, balcony, attractive entrance portico, original style internal panel doors, and surprisingly private, well stocked manageable gardens.

Its elevated position, with southerly aspect, provides un-paralleled panoramic views over the Percuil River to the unspoiled National Trust countryside beyond, and over Falmouth Bay to the Lizard Peninsula. A variety of sailing activity is frequently on view.

An ideal holiday retreat, Rose Cottage is equally suitable for permanent occupation. Viewing internally is strongly advised to appreciate the views, character and privacy this charming home offers.

The accommodation comprises: Entrance Portico • Reception Hall • Drawing Room • Balcony • Dining Room • Orangery • Kitchen • Utility.
First Floor Landing • 2 Bedrooms • Bathroom • Separate WC.
Lower Ground Floor Bedroom 3 • En Suite Shower Room.
Outside: Gardens • Underground Store Room.


Location – St Mawes

St Mawes is located at the tip of the Roseland Peninsula, an area of outstanding natural beauty, with much National Trust property nearby. It provides a good range of small shops, banks and restaurants/hotels as well as a passenger ferry service to Falmouth. The St Mawes area is renowned for its extremely mild climate and amongst sailing enthusiasts for the excellent waters of the Percuil River, Carrick Roads (Fal estuary) and Falmouth Bay. In a wider context, Cornwall is enjoying a renaissance and offers a range of accessible attractions including the Eden Project, the National Maritime Museum in Falmouth, the Lost Gardens of Heligan, the Tate Gallery in St Ives and Stein’s Seafood restaurant in Padstow. The Cathedral City of Truro is 10 miles away (via King Harry car ferry) and Falmouth is 15 miles. Both of these are major centres providing a wide selection of shopping, commercial and schooling facilities. London (Gatwick) is about 70 minutes by air from Newquay, by rail about 4.5 hours from Truro or about 4 hours from St Austell.

Accommodation Details
(dimensions are approximate)

Ground Floor

Entrance Portico
In St Mawes style. Side windows. Granite threshold.

Reception Hall 9’ x 6’4
Half-glazed leaded front door. Attractive rising staircase to first floor. Under stairs cupboard. Further cupboard housing central heating boiler. Full-height glazed doors to drawing room and dining room. Slate tiled floor.

Drawing Room 18’7 max x 12’
A very elegant and comfortable room with views over the water and French door to the Balcony. Features are moulded cornices, part panelled walls and panelled window reveals, exposed timber floor, and attractive slate fireplace with wood surround and wood burner stove. Display shelving with cupboard under to one side of fireplace, and television point to other side. Window seat. Radiator. Open way to dining room. French door to:

Balcony 16’9 x 8’
Superb panoramic views spanning the harbour and out to sea. Part wall and iron balustrade.

Dining Room 11’9 x 11’8
Another attractive room with moulded cornices. French doors to orangery and glazed door to kitchen. Built-in storage cupboard and built-in under stairs cupboard. Oak floor. Radiator.

Orangery 8’ x 7’3
Quarry tiled floor. Glazed roof. Radiator. Internal window to kitchen.

Kitchen 11’7 x 7’2
Well fitted out with range of wall and floor units with works surfaces over. Radiator. Inset stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap. Fagor oven with concealed filter hood over. Wall shelves. Neff 4 ring hob. Neff dishwasher. Stable type half-glazed door to utility and window.

Utility 7’8 x 3’8
Useful good size area for outer clothing etc. Stable type half-glazed door to outside. Glazed all round with glazed roof. Tiled floor. Ceramic sink unit. Plumbing for washing machine.

First Floor

Landing
Hatch to roof space. Doors to bedrooms 1 and 2. Attractive balustrade. Mezzanine landing with window and doors to bathroom and separate wc.

Bedroom 1 18’9 x 12 min
A spacious bedroom with two deep oriel bay windows giving fabulous views. Built-in wardrobe. Two radiators. Picture rail.

Bedroom 2 11’10 x 11’8
Built-in wardrobe. Picture rail. Sash window to rear. Radiator.

Bathroom 8’7 x 7’8
Suite comprising freestanding bath with feet, attractive wash hand basin and wc. Shaver point. Tiled walls. Heated towel radiator. Inset ceiling lights. Window.

Separate WC 3’8 x 3’2
Low flush wc. Window.

Lower Ground Floor

Bedroom 3 13’3 x 7’1
Two double glazed French doors with side windows. Fabulous views. Radiator. Fuse board. Laminate floor. Door to:

En Suite Shower Room 8’ x 7’1
Shower cubicle with tiled walls and thermostatic shower inset, wash basin and wc. Heated towel rail. Window.

Outside

Underground Store Room 20’6 x 7’1 max (3’8 min)
A very useful area with oil tank inset, light and power. Ideal for sailing regalia etc.

Gardens etc

Entered from Gibraltar Terrace via a wrought iron gate, a path leads down to a paved area giving access to the underground store. Steps lead down past an attractive area of mature shrubs and rockery to the front entrance. At the bottom is a relatively sheltered sun terrace, with delightful views over the river, harbour, St Anthony headland and Falmouth Bay. This terrace extends down to the south facing enclosed rear gardens comprising two lawn terraces with walled, hedge and fence borders.

General Information

Services
Mains water, electricity and drainage. Telephone and television points. Oil fired central heating.

Energy performance certificate rating D

Important Notice

Every effort has been made with these details but accuracy is not guaranteed and they are not to form part of a contract. Representation or warranty is not given in relation to this property. An Energy Performance Certificate is available upon request. All negotiations must be with H Tiddy. Before proceeding to purchase, buyers should consider an independent check of all aspects of the property.


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