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Enjoying a most tranquil position and approached off a country lane along a private entrance, it is impossible not to be taken in by the delightful setting for this character stone cottage which benefits from extensive gardens and a superb detached garage/workshop.
The property is immaculately presented with French oak flooring throughout all principle ground floor rooms and provides extremely light and airy accommodation featuring a large kitchen/breakfast room, lounge, separate dining room, conservatory, utility, two bedrooms both with en-suite and a good size attic room which is currently being used as a third bedroom at one end and a useful office space at the other and includes its own en-suite wash room with separate WC.
Predannack is a peaceful hamlet located approximately a mile away from the beautiful village of Mullion with its stunning harbour and is close to mainland Britain’s most southerly point at Lizard. The South West Coast Path is just a short stroll away and the village itself has a thriving nursery, Primary School and Secondary School which has been rated as one of the best of its type in country. You will also find a Doctors surgery, Post Office, three convenience stores plus a varied range of niche retailers, two popular village pubs as well as the cliff top Hotels – Mullion Cove and Polurrian which boasts its own leisure and spa facilities. In addition, there is a gymnastics club, surf school, football and cricket club whilst the working harbour provides an attractive place for hours of enjoyment with the nearby town of Helston about 10 miles distant.
Tiled floor, radiator, exposed stone and granite lintels.
Double glazed uPVC window. Low flush WC, wash hand basin, walk-in shower with floor drain and extractor. Tiled floor and part tiled walls. Radiator. Down lights.
Double glazed uPVC sash window. French oak flooring. Range of wall and base units with wooden work tops over incorporating a 'Butler' sink. 'Neff' electric oven, LPG gas hob, integrated larder fridge, dishwasher, 'Sandyford Lady' oil fired Aga with impressive granite lintel over. Large central island with ample storage cupboards underneath. Radiator.
Double aspect, double glazed uPVC windows and wooden stable doors to an attractive veranda and garden. Work surfaces with storage shelves underneath and inset 'Butler' sink. Casement doors from the kitchen lead to the dining room and lounge.
Double glazed uPVC sliding patio doors to the garden. French oak flooring. Radiator. Sky light.
Triple aspect double glazed windows with attractive window seat and casement doors to the outside with French oak flooring, feature cast iron multi-fuel stove with granite hearth. Radiator. Attractive stained glass window. Stairs lead to the:-
Double glazed sash uPVC window. Radiator. Doors to:-
Double aspect, double glazed uPVC windows with radiator. Fitted clothes storage units and casement doors to:-
Double glazed uPVC sash window. Tiled floor. Heated towel rail. Double ended bath, pedestal wash hand basin and WC. Down lights.
Double glazed uPVC sash window complete with window seat and storage underneath. Radiator.
Double glazed uPVC sash window. Wooden flooring. Vanity unit with inset wash hand basin, low flush WC, walk-in double shower. Radiator. Heated towel rail. Extractor. Down lights. Stairs lead from the landing to the:-
A lovely light room benefiting from a number of 'Velux' windows with exposed beams. Eaves storage cupboards and electric panel radiator. Currently being used as a third bedroom at one end and a particularly useful office space at the other. There is a sliding door to:-
With low flush WC and wash hand basin. Hot water cylinder with shelved airing storage.
The property is approached through a farm gate and along a private driveway which meanders through the gardens to an extensive gravelled area where there is parking for numerous vehicles, boats, caravans and/or motor home and leads to the:
With raised ceiling height ideal for a motor home or boat with power and light.
The extensive gardens amount to approximately three quarters of an acre and offer a great degree of privacy having an abundance of mature plants as well as three ponds, chicken run, enclosed vegetable and fruit garden and benefiting from an attractive stream which runs through the centre. There are a number of covered workshop areas, log stores and garden sheds as well as a greenhouse and poly tunnel and a lawn plus decking and gravel which provide an ideal space from which to dine alfresco or to enjoy the peacefulness of this wonderful location. There is also gated rear access out into the lane.
From Mullion village proceed towards the harbour passing the Cricket Club on your left hand side until you reach Mullion Meadows where you turn left signposted Predannack. Follow this road for a little over a mile and turn right just before National Trust Tenerife Farm campsite. Stay on this road and then just after it has beared round to the left, the entrance to Penrhoss will be found on your right hand side through a gate.