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This property is located on a private road in the salubrious Marazion and enjoys a delightful southerly aspect and is in an ideal position with uninterrupted views of Mounts Bay, along the coastline to the east and across to the iconic St Michaels Mount.
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Spindrift Cottage is an elegant, four bedroom Grade II listed property located within a highly favoured coastal community with outstanding views of Mounts Bay, the coastline and open sea. The house stands in a Conservation Area and an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is found towards the end of quiet lane in Marazion, only a short walk from the centre of this quaint village. With garages, parking and one of the finest gardens in the area this truly is a standout property for the discerning purchaser.
Entering through a private gate, your eyes are drawn to the properties amazing large gardens and views of the sea beyond and the iconic St Michaels Mount. The property is loosely split in two halves yet is easily used as one substantial property if required. The ground floor accommodation consists of a lovely conservatory sitting adjacent to outside patio area and is positioned to take full advantage of the famous gardens and sea views beyond. Located off the conservatory is a downstairs wet room which is disabled friendly.
Within the current layout is the original farmhouse style kitchen with an Aga and drying rack above, high ceilings and generous central space for a good size dining table. Leading off the kitchen is a cosy sitting room with open fire place which is an ideal space to retire to of an evening. The formal reception room is of a good proportion and in its current set up houses the kitchen for this side of the split property which could easily be removed if the property was to be returned to one dwelling. This dual aspect room is bright and airy and also has an open fireplace and enjoys views of the rear garden and vast sea vistas.
Rising to the first floor the property on this level is accessed by two separate stair cases, to one side are two double bedrooms both full of character and charm with features such as timber flooring exposed stonework and are serviced by the family shower room. The second staircase, leads to two further double bedrooms with these rooms using the well-equipped family bathroom as well as a separate w/c. All four bedrooms overlook the spectacular grounds of the property and again the breathtaking sea views beyond.
Throughout the property the original features and tasteful decoration brings out this quintessentially Cornish cottage in this fantastic location Externally the gardens and grounds include a paved patio area in an elevated position overlooking the full extent of the considerable garden and providing uninterrupted panoramic sea views from Porthleven sweeping around to St Michaels Mount and toward Penzance. The astounding gardens are awash with colour in the springtime and are filled a wide variety of native plants and shrubs along with a central lawned area which is mostly level and would ideal for badminton and general children’s play area.
Furthermore there is a two storey historic Folly at the bottom of the garden with the aforementioned sea views, a gardener’s cottage and a pavilion studio currently arranged as a games room, two garages with further ample parking in front.
Marazion needs little introduction as the point of access to St Michaels Mount, to which there is a cobbled causeway at low tide, and which is steeped in history and legend and now, largely, in the custody of The National Trust, having been given the property by Lord St Levan of the St Aubyn Estate. This small quaint town itself has much to offer both architectural and through is association with The Mount and lovely sandy beaches. Nearby Penzance, around the other side of Mounts Bay, with its busy and colourful harbour is the home of the Scillonian and heliport both providing links to the beautiful Isles of Scilly, in addition to which the main line station connects with London Paddington. Newquay airport, accessible from the main A30 trunk route, provides regular flights to Stansted and Gatwick.
In all, the area, as a whole, has much to offer from spectacular coastal walks and water sports in the bay to the art galleries of the Newlyn school whose celebrated artists captured the colours and light so special to this area of the County.
The following services are available Mains electricity, mains water supply, mains drainage and telephone connection although we have not verified this.
Perranuthnoe Beach - 2 miles Penzance - 4 miles Porthleven - 8 miles Helston - 9.5 miles (all distances are approx.)
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