These pages show a selection of properties sold by MAP across West Cornwall and are designed to give an indication of the wide range of properties and areas we operate in and successfully sell in.

Sold in March 2024 - Situated in the popular north coastal village of Portreath, noted for its sandy beach and harbour, the property was built by a well-respected local builder for his own occupation.  Benefiting from three double size bedrooms, the principal suite on the first floor includes an en-suite shower room with a separate dressing room, there is a generous lounge with French doors opening onto the rear garden, the kitchen/dining room has a bespoke range of Elm units complemented by granite working surfaces and incorporates a ‘Rangemaster’ stove, from here there is sun room suitable for year round use which overlooks the rear garden.  The well-appointed bathroom on the ground floor has a ‘Jack and Jill’ arrangement with bedroom two and there is a separate utility room. Heating is provided by an oil fired boiler and the windows and doors are uPVC double glazed.  A well tended garden to the front features generous parking on a brick paviour driveway, there is a garage and the rear garden is particularly private and well cared for.  Sold from an asking price of £625,000 


Sold in February 2024 - Offered for sale for the first time being built we believe in 1966, this detached bungalow has a very generous plot extending to 1/5th of an acre or thereabouts, a large detached garage, separate workshop and extensive parking. Approached over a lane that serves one other property, the bungalow was built by the current owner’s parents and during the construction and being a skilled carpenter, the owners chose to use wood (wherever possible) within the finish of the property and that very much is evident with a hand built timber kitchen, parquet flooring and tongue and groove ceilings in many of the rooms.  Now requiring some updating, the property has an oil fired central heating system and double glazing.  Most of the rooms are dual aspect and the lounge enjoys super views across the valley to fields with trees and greenery seen from most windows.  The garden is a real feature of the property with the bungalow set centrally within the plot with the front garden being as big as the back garden.  There is an abundance of trees and mature boundaries that provide an excellent degree of privacy, when visiting the property all we could hear was bird song!  Finally, there is a very large garage and separate workshop that is located at the lower level along with excellent off-road parking for several cars as needed.  Sold from an asking price of £440,000


Sold in March 2024 - This modern terraced house is ideal for a family home or for those with a younger family.  Offering three bedrooms, a first floor bathroom, a lounge, a well appointed contemporary style kitchen/dining room and a ground floor WC.  The property has gas fired central heating, is fully double glazed and has an EPC rating of 'B' which should make for an economical home to run.  To the outside there is a planted shrub border to the front, whilst to the rear is an enclosed garden which is mainly lawned and there is parking is available for two vehicles. Sold from an asking price of £250,000


Sold in February 2024 - Situated close to the centre of Camborne, this traditional end of terrace stone fronted cottage is being offered for sale with no onward chain.  Requiring some updating and modernisation, there is a lounge, kitchen/diner and bathroom on the ground floor.    Two bedrooms can be found on the first floor, there is gas central heating and uPVC double glazing.  To the rear of the cottage is an enclosed garden which can be accessed from Adelaide Street and a former garage could well be adapted to create parking if required.  Sold from an asking price of £135,000


Sold in March 2024 - Situated in a no through road location, this modern semi-detached house offers well proportioned family size light and airy living accommodation.  There are three double size bedrooms with the principal bedroom benefiting from an en-suite, the kitchen/diner has been remodelled and from sliding glazed doors open onto a full width lounge with French doors opening to the side.  There is an integral garage with utility space, the property is fully double glazed and heating is provided by a gas fired combination boiler.  Outside there are low maintenance gardens which lie mainly to one side.  Sold from an asking price of £325,000


Sold in February 2024 - This well presented terraced house is ready to move into.  There is a modern kitchen/diner, lounge, three bedrooms and bathroom with a ground floor cloakroom.  The current owner had a new roof in 2021 and opened up a shed attached to the property with a new flat roof to create extra useful space for studio/study.  A communal car park is accessed from the rear garden and there are lovely views from here and bedroom two.  The property benefits from gas heating and double glazing.  There is a walkway in close proximity which allows a quick dash to the nearby supermarket for any forgotten essentials!  Sold from an asking price of £265,000


Sold in March 2024 - Situated within a popular residential area, this end terrace character cottage requires a program of updating and modernisation.  There is a lounge, a separate dining room with access to a galley style kitchen to the side and there is a WC. On the first floor there are two generous double size bedrooms, one of which has a shower cubicle.  Fully double glazed, heating is provided by a gas fired boiler. To the side of the cottage is parking for a car and there are enclosed, mainly lawned, gardens to both the front and rear.  A character property that now needs some work to release its full potential.  Sold from a Guide Price of £135,000


Sold in February 2024 - A three-bedroom modern terrace house situated in the popular Cornish fishing village of Porthleven, providing well-proportioned accommodation.  Situated in a popular residential area that provides convenient access to the village shops, harbour and primary school, the property, which benefits from double glazing, and new electric radiators (installed 2023) has a generous entrance porch, lounge with feature open fire, dining room with patio doors to the outside, a sun room, generous storage area and a ground floor cloakroom. On the first floor is the bathroom and three bedrooms - the rear one of which enjoys views over the village to open fields with Tregonning Hill in the distance.  There is also an attached garage with parking. To the front of the property is a low-maintenance garden with gravelled areas, raised beds and steps to the front door. The enclosed patio garden at the rear is a lovely and relaxing space which has been thoughtfully laid out to provide barbecue and seating areas.  Sold from an asking price of £275,000