Part bordered by a gentle flowing stream, this individually designed residence is presented both internally and externally to an exceptionally high standard with the reverse level accommodation comprising, in brief, on the first floor, a spacious hallway, nicely fitted kitchen/breakfast room which boasts several built-in appliances, cloakroom, 23' impressive dual aspect lounge/dining room with two sets of patio doors leading out on to the balcony. From here excellent views can be enjoyed over the garden with open countryside in the distance. A feature spiral staircase leads to the ground floor where there is the family bathroom and three bedrooms. The property benefits from UPVC double glazing and is warmed by electric heating. A real feature of the property are its grounds which approach three quarters of an acre and have an abundance of flower and shrub borders with a fine selection of trees. Pathways meander through the formal lawned areas and the gardens are sure to be of delight to the keen horticulturist. To the front a driveway, which provides parking for several cars, leads to the garage.
Manaccan is a delightful rural village situated on the Lizard Peninsula which has been designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty. On the edge of the Parish are the unspoilt waters of the Helford River with its sheltered creeks, opening out into Falmouth Bay and beyond, a mecca for the sailing enthusiast. The village itself has an active community with a primary school, thatched public house, methodist chapel, 13th Century church, South Cafe and playing fields. A pick up service is available for students to the comprehensive school in the nearby coastal village of Mullion. There is the South Cafe and playing fields with tennis court, whilst more extensive amenities can be found in the market town of Helston, some eleven miles distant, including national stores, leisure centre with indoor heated pool and cinema to name but a few.
The Accommodation Comprises (Dimensions Approx)
UPVC door and side panel leading to hallway.
Hallway (5.28m max x 3.56m (17'4" max x 11'8"))
Feature spiral staircase to ground floor. Built-in storage cupboard.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room (3.84m x 3.48m (12'7" x 11'5"))
Dual aspect room, beamed ceiling, fitted kitchen with a range of base and wall units with drawers, display cabinets, granite style work surfaces incorporating a single bowl sink unit with mixer tap, part tiling to walls, tiling to floor, built-in appliances comprising a double oven, four ring hob with extractor hood, fridge and freezer.
Lounge/Dining Room (7.01m x 5.26m (narrowing to 3.12m) (23' x 17'3" (n)
Timber panelling to ceiling, display plinth, wall lights, two sets of patio doors leading out on to the balcony, feature corner fireplace having stone surround with display shelving.
Cloakroom (1.75m x 1.42m (5'9" x 4'8"))
Pedestal wash handbasin, low level W.C., tiled splashback.
Hallway (2.92m in length (9'7" in length))
Airing cupboard housing the immersion heater with slatted shelving.
Bathroom (2.34m x 1.68m (7'8" x 5'6"))
Pedestal wash handbasin, low level W.C., panelled bath with side mixer tap, decorative tiling to walls, extractor fan, ladder style heated towel rail, tiling to floor.
Bedroom One (4.17m x 3.58m (13'8" x 11'9"))
Dual aspect room with wall lights.
Bedroom Two (3.28m x 3.25m (10'9" x 10'8"))
Window to side aspect.
Bedroom Three (3.56m x 2.87m (11'8" x 9'5"))
Window to front aspect.
To the front a gated driveway provides parking for several cars and offers a turning space that leads to the garage.
Garage (5.49m x 3.56m (18' x 11'8"))
Wall mounted electric meter/fuseboard, window to side aspect, base and wall units with a worktop surface incorporating a sink unit, plumbing for washing machine, trap hatch to roof space, door back in to the main hallway.
Access is down both sides of the property to the rear garden.
Expanses of lawn interspersed with an abundance of mature shrubs and flowers with a fine selection of trees. The gardens are well established and are sure to be of delight to the keen horticulturist.
Mains water, electricity, private drainage.
From Helston take the A3083 towards The Lizard. Go past Culdrose Royal Naval Air Station and at this roundabout take the B3293, which is on the left hand side. Proceed to the next roundabout and take the right hand turning to St. Keverne. Follow this road for a couple of miles, passing the Trelowarren Lodges on your left hand side and take the next left, signposted Manaccan and Newtown. Proceed on this road until you come to the village of Newtown St. Martin. At the T junction turn right and after a short distance turn left, following the signpost for Manaccan. Follow this road for approximately two miles and you will come to a small crossroads, just before the Manaccan Methodist Chapel. Turn right and follow the road into Manaccan square, taking the right hand turning and Bryallen is situated just a short distance along on the left hand side and is identifiable by our For Sale board.
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As from the 1st April 2018 there is a requirement for any properties rented out in the private rental sector to normally have a minimum energy efficiency rating of E on an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC). The regulations now apply to new lets and renewals of tenancies and for all existing tenancies on 1st April 2020. It will be unlawful to rent a property which breaches the requirement for a minimum E rating, unless there is an applicable exemption. We understand that the normal type of holiday let is exempt.
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Date Details Prepared
28th June, 2019