A fine, four bedroom detached residence set amidst lovely grounds and gardens which are in the region of half an acre being situated in a well regarded residential area, in the popular coastal village of Mullion.
Offering generous, versatile, accommodation Mellinjarn is presented in superb order both internally and externally and will appeal to discerning purchasers looking for a quality property in this well regarded address. The property is warmed by oil fired central heating, also benefiting from double glazing and solar panels. From many points within the property and its grounds, a distant sea view is enjoyed over Mounts Bay. On the lower ground floor the property is configured in a way that would seem ideal for those looking for accommodation which could suit a dependent relative or, indeed, with the necessary planning and consents, one could create an income stream, as the property has annex capabilities.
The accommodation, in brief, comprises an entrance porch, triple aspect lounge with open fireplace, nicely appointed kitchen/breakfast room, generous, dual aspect dining room with views over the gardens and onwards to the sea in the distance, three double bedrooms, the master of which has a sliding patio door leading out on to the garden and door to the family Jack and Jill style bathroom with a further door leading out on to the lobby. There is also a nicely fitted separate shower room. From a further lobby area stairs descend down to the lower ground floor with an additional entrance hallway having a door to the outside with a further door to a generous room which could be seen as ideal for a dependant relative, an income stream or for those wishing to work from home, also on this floor there is nicely fitted shower room.
To the outside the property is approached through gates to a generous brick paved driveway with parking for several vehicles that leads to a detached double garage/workshop. The gardens and grounds approach half an acre and are an absolute delight, being mature with many specimen plants, trees and shrubs and offering good degrees of privacy.
Mullion itself is the largest village on The Lizard Peninsula which is home to Britains's most southerly point. It is officially designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty, from sheltered valleys to moorland with superb countryside and framed by its rugged coastline.
Mullion is a bustling village offering a good range of facilities including shops, Co-operative supermarket, well regarded primary and comprehensive schools and a nursery. The village is home to an attractive harbour, a beach at Polurrian Cove, health centre and pharmacy. The Polurrian Hotel has a leisure club with indoor swimming pool and the newly refurbished Mullion Cove Hotel also has spa facilities. Nearby is the beautiful sandy beach at Poldhu and a super 18 hole links golf course. More extensive amenities are available in the nearby town of Helston, some six miles distant, with supermarkets and national stores.
THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES (DIMENSION APPROX)
Half glazed door to
With stone floor and wood panelling to the ceiling with coat hanging space and lit by integral downlighters. With attractive engineered oak door with glazed side panels leading to
Having wood flooring and airing cupboard. This area leads on to an
With further storage cupboard, again with attractive engineered oak doors to
5.6m x 4.3m (18'4" x 14'1" )
A generous dual aspect room with windows to the side and front aspect, the latter of which is a bay, enjoying views over the garden and onwards to the sea in the distance. There is a local stone fireplace with wood mantel over and the room is lit by attractive pendant and wall lighting.
4.9m x 4m max measurements (16'0" x 13'1" max mea
Comprising an attractive wood effect kitchen with granite effect worktops that incorporate a ceramic hob with stainless steel style chimney hood over and a one and a half bowl sink drainer with mixer tap. There are a mixture of base and drawer units under with wall units over, built-in stainless steel multi-function oven and built-in dishwasher. Spaces are provided for a washing machine and American style fridge/freezer. There is a window to the side aspect with glazed door to the rear aspect, loft hatch to the roof space, large storage cupboard and tiling to the floor. With door to
With stairs descending to the lower ground floor and a half glazed engineered oak door to the
6.3m x 4.8m (20'8" x 15'8" )
A triple aspect room with views out over the garden and village, there is an impressive stone fireplace with polished stone mantel and hearth. The room is lit by a mixture of wall lighting.
4.8m x 4.2m (15'8" x 13'9" )
A light and airy space being dual aspect and having glazed patio door out on to the garden, built-in wardrobes with mirrored doors, attractive pendant lighting and door to
FAMILY BATHROOM/EN SUITE
3.4m x 3m (11'1" x 9'10" )
Being designed so that it can serve as the en suite to the master bedroom, and with door back to the inner hallway, as the family bathroom. A beautifully appointed room with attractive tiling to the walls and stone effect flooring with large glazed walk-in shower cubicle with electric shower over, panelled bath with mixer shower arrangement, pedestal wash handbasin with tiled splashback and feature lit mirror over which incorporates a shaver socket, close coupled W.C., floor to ceiling chrome ladder effect heated towel rail, obscure glass window to the side aspect and the room is lit by a series of downlighters.
3.6m x 3.5m (11'9" x 11'5" )
With built-in wardrobes with mirrored doors, a dual aspect room with views over the garden and to the sea in the distance.
3m x 3m (9'10" x 9'10" )
Having a window to the rear aspect overlooking the garden, built-in wardrobe with storage cupboard over.
A beautifully appointed room with attractive tiling to the walls, stone effect flooring with walk-in shower cubicle with glazed door, close coupled W.C. with concealed cistern, wash handbasin set into a vanity unit with storage under and drawers to the side with lit mirror over, obscure glazed window to the rear aspect, chrome ladder style heated towel rail. The room is lit by a series of down lighters.
From an inner hallway, stairs descend to the lower ground floor to an area that could be seen as a separate annexe for a dependant relative, or, with the necessary planning and consents, an income stream for the property.
LOWER GROUND FLOOR HALLWAY
With glazed door to the outside. Doors to
6.1m x 4.6m (20'0" x 15'1")
A generous room being dual aspect with built-in wardrobes with glazed doors, storage cupboard with windows to both the front and side aspect and the room is lit by attractive pendant lighting.
A nicely appointed room with attractive tiling to the walls with wood effect flooring with walk-in glazed shower cubicle with electric shower over, wash handbasin set into a vanity unit with storage under and mirror over, chrome ladder style heated towel rail, obscure window to the side aspect. The room is lit by downlighters.
The property is approached through gates leading to a generous brick paved driveway with parking for several vehicles leading to the
5.7m x 4.9m (18'8" x 16'0" )
With remote controlled electric door, power, light and loft hatch to the roof space with further boarded storage area.
GARDENS & GROUNDS
The property is cradled by its gardens and grounds which approach half an acre with expanses of lawn, many beds housing mature plants, trees and shrubs, enclosed by hedging and, from many points in the garden, there are good degrees of privacy and views to the sea in the distance. There is a decked area to the front, again enjoying a view to the west and the sea in the distance. To the rear of the property there is a further lawn area with vegetable bed, greenhouse, summer house with power and light and a further useful shed. There are water taps to both the rear and side of the property.
The outside oil boiler is scheduled to be replaced which will be carried out before a new owner takes over the property or the present owner will honour the installation.
Mains water, electricity and drainage.
ANTI MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATIONS
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PROOF OF FINANCE – PURCHASERS
Prior to agreeing a sale, we will require proof of financial ability to purchase which will include an agreement in principle for a mortgage and/or proof of cash funds.
DATE DETAILS PREPARED
7th February, 2022.
IMPORTANT AGENTS NOTES: Christophers Estate Agents for themselves and the vendors or lessors of this property confirm that these particulars are set out as a general guide only and do not form part of any offer or contract. Fixtures, fittings, appliances and services have not been tested by ourselves and no person in the employment of Christophers Estate Agents has any authority to give or make representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to the property. All descriptions, dimensions, distances and orientation are approximate. They are not suitable for purposes that require precise measurement. Nothing in these particulars shall be taken as implying that any necessary building regulations, planning or other consents have been obtained. Where it is stated in the details that the property may be suitable for another use it must be assumed that this use would require planning consent. The photographs show only certain parts and aspects of the property which may have changed since they were taken. It should not be assumed that the property remains exactly the same. Intending purchasers should satisfy themselves by personal inspection or otherwise of the correctness of each of the statements which are given in good faith but are not to be relied upon as statements of fact. If double glazing is mentioned in these details purchasers must satisfy themselves as to the amount of double glazed units in the property. The property location picture is supplied by a third party and we would respectfully point out that although they are regularly updated the area surrounding the property or the property itself may have changed since the picture was taken.