Only moments from the Cove and the centre of this quintessential fishing village, is this semi-detached maisonette which has been much improved within the owner's tenure. The residence would seem ideal for those looking for a delightful lock up and leave property in a superb setting or indeed, as is the current owner's use, a successful holiday let. Equally it would make a family home.
The accommodation, in brief provides, on the ground floor an entrance hallway, two bedrooms and a shower room. On the first floor is a beautiful open plan living space with fitted kitchen and lounge with a lovely view down to the sea. There is a further bedroom on this floor. To the outside there is a parking space with an integral garage which has plumbing for a washing machine. The property benefits from LPG central heating.
The village has its origins in medieval times as a collection of fish cellars in a sheltered south east facing coastal valley with shingle cove. Fishing subsidised local farmers livelihoods. From the 16th century the village became inhabited with fishing as the main occupation. Subsequently houses, lofts, capstan houses and cellars, constructed by local stone or cob walls and thatched or slated roofs, were built along the beach and up the sides of the valley leading to Cadgwith's characteristic Cornish fishing village appearance. In recent times a very small Anglican Church was built dedicated to St Mary.
Today Cadgwith functions as a small fishing cove with fishermen seen bringing in their haul and working on their boats. Also the cove has an extremely popular public house which is home to the famous Cadgwith Singers, who are well known for their repertoire of traditional folk songs. For day to day needs the village of Ruan Minor is a short distance away and boasts an active community with many clubs, societies and organisations, primary school, local store/post office, Anglican Church, Methodist Chapel and doctor's surgery.
In the area is the National Trust's picturesque Kynance Cove, the village of the Lizard, which is mainland Britain's most Southerly Point and the stretches of golden sands at Kennack. Comprehensive schooling is available in the nearby village of Mullion, which lies approximately four miles distant, where there is a doctor's surgery, pharmacy and a good selection of shops. The market town of Helston is approximately ten miles away and includes a good range of amenities having a sports centre with indoor swimming pool and a variety of national shops and supermarkets.
THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES (DIMENSIONS APPROX)
Approached along a cobbled stone access lane, a door leads to the entrance hallway.
With staircase rising to the first floor and a service door to the garage.
4.19m x 2.36m (13'9" x 7'9")
Being dual aspect with built-in wardrobe, built-in vanity unit with fitted drawers below.
2.21m x 2.13m (7'3" x 7')
With window to the side aspect and built-in wardrobe.
White close coupled toilet , pedestal wash hand basin. Shower cubicle. UPVC window to side aspect. Tiling to floor and walls.
A close tread staircase leads to the first floor.
Where there is an open plan living/dining area and a kitchen.
4.17m x 2.74m (13'8" x 9')
With a generous window to the front aspect which looks down the cobbled lane with views to the Cove and sea beyond.
2.67m x 1.75m (8'9" x 5'9")
With wood effect kitchen having granite work surfaces with splashbacks incorporating a one and a half bowl stainless steel sink drainer with mixer tap and gas hob with hood over. There is a built-in oven, dishwasher, fridge and freezer. A window to the side aspect and the tiling to the floor.
3.05m x 2.51m (10' x 8'3")
Having a window to the side aspect and built-in wardrobe.
At the front of the property there is a parking space.
Which leads to the integral garage.
Having an electric roller shutter door, Worcester LPG Combi boiler with a selection of base and wall units with granite effect work surface that incorporates a stainless steel sink drainer with space and plumbing under for a washing machine and tumble dryer.
Mains water, electricity and drainage. LPG central heating.
From Helston take the A3083 to the Lizard. Proceed for approximately eight miles and take the first turning left signposted Ruan Minor. Drive into Ruan Minor and just past Rozen Furniture turn right and follow the road down into Cadgwith. Follow this road down into the Cove where the property will be found up a lane on the left hand side immediately opposite the beach.
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The property is offered for sale with the remainder of a 999 year lease.
EPCs FOR RENTAL PROPERTIES
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.
ANTI MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATIONS
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PROOF OF FINANCE – PURCHASERS
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DATE DETAILS PREPARED
18th November, 2019
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.