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Upper Hurlestone is a light, spacious and well proportioned three bedroom first floor apartment in this early 20th Century detached residence. With outstanding panoramic harbour and village views, and terraced gardens with studio. Now requiring some updating, the property also comes with the increasingly rare advantage of current planning consent to renovate and convert into a four bedroom three bathroom modern home.
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The entrance, at the rear of the property, opens to a porch area and then into a wide hallway, with doors to the kitchen, living room, bedrooms and a side hall leading to the bathroom, separate WC and utility room. The fitted kitchen diner has windows overlooking the rear garden and a working fireplace. The wonderful dual aspect living room has a window to the side which looks out the Summers Beach, the Percuil River and Place Manor. The window to the front enjoys the uninterrupted panoramic views of St Mawes harbour, the village and Falmouth Bay beyond. Two double bedrooms also enjoy the sea and village views and there is a third bedroom to the rear of the property with an en suite shower room. Well maintained and presented, the property is now ready for further updating and modernisation and benefits from current planning consent to extend and renovate (as detailed below).
The property has current planning consent, granted in 2014, to modernise and extend to create a superb luxury four bedroom, three bathroom maisonette that maximise the light, space and outlook. Features include three French doors with Juliette balconies on the first floor, an open plan contemporary living room and extension into the roof to create two dormer bedrooms. Please contact the agent for more information. PA14/04676. Visit Cornwall Council Online Planning Register; www.cornwall.gov.uk/environment-and-planning/planning/online-planning-register/
Steps and a pathway, which are shared with the ground floor, lead to the entrance and the terraced gardens at the rear which are built on several levels and include a paved patio with elevated harbour and village views and recently built timer framed studio. The studio has double glazed French doors and double glazed windows and is power connected and also enjoys the outstanding views.
Mains water, drainage and electricity, telephone and Broadband connected, Council Tax Band D.
The flat is a freehold property. Pease contact the agent to discuss the tenure in further detail.
The Roseland Peninsula is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with stunning countryside and coastal paths, rolling landscape of National Trust land and pretty harbour villages. The area has enjoyed a culinary and destination 'renaissance' of late which has helped ensure its enduring appeal, in part due to success of the Hidden Hut Beach Cafe at nearby Porthcurnick Beach, recently named by The Telegraph as the 'hottest destination in the county, if not the country'. Just beyond the beach at Rosevine is the Driftwood Hotel with its Michelin starred restaurant. In St Mawes is Olga Polizzi's legendary Hotel Tresanton and the newly refurbished Idle Rocks Hotel. The cathedral city of Truro, with a wide range of commercial facilities and direct rail link to London is 19 miles away and the port of Falmouth is reached by passenger ferry.
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