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Being sold chain free, this one bedroom ground floor flat is situated along a little lane on the outskirts of the village of Mabe within easy access of Penryn and Falmouth. The accommodation provides open plan living room/kitchen with French doors out to a patio, double bedroom and bathroom. To the outside is ample residents parking with additional visitor spaces and well maintained communal gardens. This property is sold at a discount from the open market value and is subject to Section 106 Local Connection and Housing Need Eligibility. For further details regarding the Section 106 please contact our office and to check your eligibility and to apply please contact Help to Buy South West on 0300 1000021. The property is being sold at 66.4% of the market value.
The thriving village of Mabe is located just under 2 miles from Penryn and is less than 3.5 miles from Falmouth. It boasts a good range of day to day amenities including a public house, hairdressers, convenience store with sub Post Office, village hall, a well respected junior school and enjoys regular bus services to the surrounding area whilst the rapidly expanding university campus at Tremough is approximately 1 mile distant. There are attractive circular walks around the nearby College and Argal reservoirs, whilst the stunning tree lined creeks of the Helford River and Frenchman's Creek are just a few minutes drive away. Located between Mabe and Penryn is a retail park which includes Asda supermarket and B&Q amongst others. Whilst Penryn itself has a range of niche retail outlets, small cafes and a train station which provides a regular service to the cathedral city of Truro where there is a main line rail link to London Paddington. The bustling harbour town of Falmouth which has recently been voted once again, by the Sunday Times as one of the best places to live in the UK, boasts a wide range of retail shops and high street stores as well as an abundance of good quality restaurants and bars to cater for every taste. There are 4 beaches at Gyllngvase, Castle, Swanpool and Maenporth whilst the sailing waters of the Carrick Roads are regarded as amongst the best in the country. Popular visitor attractions such as the National Maritime Museum and Pendennis Castle provide an alternative source of enjoyment and there are a number of golf courses close by. Evening entertainment can often be found at Events Square in the heart of the town or you can choose from a number of films at the multi-screen cinema.
Accessed via a secure telecom entry system into:-
Telecom entry control. Airing cupboard housing hot water tank with fitted immersion and shelving over. Shoe and coat storage space.
Rear aspect double glazed French doors opening to a patio. Range of wall and matching base units with roll top edge work tops over incorporating an integrated 'Electrolux' electric cooker with hob and extractor hood over. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Additional appliance space and part tiled walls. Fixed breakfast bar with appliance, cupboards and drawers space under. TV point. Satellite point. Wall mounted electric storage heater. Extractor fan.
Front aspect double glazed window and night storage heater.
Low flush Wc, wash hand basin with mirror over, bath with shower fitment over, electric shaver point, part tiled walls, extractor and heated towel rail.
From the lounge French doors open on to a patio with gravel feature areas for pots and plants and privacy dividers this leads on out to the communal gardens. There is ample residents parking as well as additional visitors spaces. the gardens are lawned with a number of mature shrubs and are communal and well maintained.
The lease was issued for a period of 125 years from 2008. The current maintenance charge is £114.25 per month and the ground rent is £77.58 per month. The maintenance charge will cover your buildings insurance, gardening and communal areas being cleaned and lit.