OUTSTANDING COASTAL HOME(S) / HOLIDAY LET
CLOSE TO HOLYWELL BAY AND PENHALE SANDS
COMPLETELY RENOVAYED TO A HIGH STANDARD
PRIVATE LOCATION, SET IN C. 1.5 ACRES
5 BEDROOM HOUSE, 1 BEDROOM LUXURY LET
A RARE HOME WITH INCOME (LET) OR AS AN ANNEXE
ONE OF THE FINEST PROPERTIES / LOCATIONS IN THE COUNTY
EPC’S : E41 AND D58
The Count House and St Piran’s Point occupy arguably one of the most sensational clifftop locations in Cornwall, adjacent to the SW Coast Path. Accessed through a former MOD site, now privately owned, our clients properties offer ultimate privacy. Nearby beaches of Holywell and Penhale Sands are a short walk away and for day to day needs Cubert has a village shop and pub etc, with the Cathedral City of Truro 12 miles.
Being adjacent to the Coast Path, our clients are able to simply walk out of their door and within minutes are at Ligger Head, where they can watch the setting sun. This really is a very special location indeed.
The Count House, is a substantial 5 bedroom family house which has been beautifully and tastefully renovated by our clients, with many character features throughout fused with modern bath and kitchen fittings.
The most recent works include the completion of St Piran’s Point, a detached holiday let (with full residential consent also) which comprises an open plan lounge, kitchen and dining area and double bedroom, with en-suite. The views from the let are quite mesmerising, looking straight down Penhale Sands towards Perranporth. The projected turnover for the holiday let is c. £45,000 pa.
The Count House was built in the 1860s as a counting house for the nearby Penhale Mine. The property was used by the mine captain for business purposes and he would conduct auctions from the Oriel window at the front of the property and miners would stand below and bid for underground leases (or pitches). St Piran’s Point was the smithy and carpenters shop for the mine.
From approx 1900 at the end of the profitable mining, the property became a farm and was privately owned.
In 1939, The Count House was compulsory purchased by the MOD and initially used for training for the US troops for D-Day landing training. The names of some of the GI’s are inscribed on the rear of the staircase at the property – dates and address of the soldiers providing a history snapshot. Later it was used alongside the Penhale army camp and military training area for general troop training & military exercises. The house was renamed as Ligger House and designated a listed building status due to its historical Oriel Window. Latterly during this period, St Piran’s Point was used as a mess hall for the SAS / SBS squad who used the main property for accommodation. The MOD continued to use the house for non-operational purposes and dormitory style accommodation for 33 SAS troops until our clients purchase in 2012. Our clients restored the property & reinstated it’s original name The Count House.
St Piran’s Point – has recently been converted into a luxury boutique holiday accommodation which sleeps 2.
The Accommodation Comprises
Copy of FLOOR PLANS available upon request.
The Count House
Wide Entrance hallway with space or coats, alarm panel, two pendant lights, through to :
LIVING ROOM : A superb room with multi-pane window to the front elevation, with affords far reaching views towards Cubert. Inset woodburner (with back boiler), two radiators and pendant light.
KITCHEN / DINING AREA : A triple aspect room, with windows (one full floor to ceiling) to the front, rear and side taking in spectacular views over the clients land towards the headland know as ‘The Kelseys’ and the cove, a vista one could never tire of. Wooden flooring, the dining area has a woodburner in a recessed hearth, pendant lighting and space for a large dining table and chairs.
The handmade kitchen ( Fired Earth Bastide) comprises complimentary base and wall units and a free standing butchers block, with a polished granite worktop. Double ceramic sink. For cooking, a 5 ring Rangemaster (with double oven), extraction system over. Integrated dishwasher.
From the hallway door to rear entrance, also to the UTILITY / BOOT ROOM : Window to the rear, slate floor, boiler, ample space for storage and coats / boots etc.
Stairs ascending to the FIRST FLOOR (with window to the rear at half landing).
BEDROOM 2 : A very large room with two windows to the front with aforementioned views over the dunes and towards Cubert. Currently used as a Second Reception room, with a wooden floor and woodburner (with back boiler). Two radiators.
BEDROOM 3 : Window to the rear, wooden floor, radiator (currently used as an office).
BEDROOM 4 : Bay window to the front, feature fireplace, radiator.
BEDROOM 5 : Bay window to the rear, feature fireplace, radiator.
BATH / SHOWER ROOM : Windows to the rear and side, roll top bath (with mixer shower attachment), double shower, his and hers basins, wc, heated towel rail.
Stairs to the SECOND FLOOR
Landing area, with door to storage area.
MASTER SUITE : An exemplary room, with exposed roof beams, 3 skylights to the rear with views to Ligger Point. Two walk in wardrobes, three radiators. Shower room, with exposed ceiling roof beams, shower, wc, heated towel rail and wash hand basin, skylight to rear. Door to cupboard with hot water expansion tank.
St Piran’s Point
Entrance into open plan Lounge, Kitchen and Dining Area, leading to Double bedroom with wardrobe and Shower Room.
Underfloor heating and wooden floors throughout and with many character features and modern appliances this Barn conversion is the epitome of quality and the ultimate getaway, with unobstructed views from a large framed window across Penhale Sands, which are quite literally mesmerising.
The principal room has a seating area with a modern woodburner on a granite plinth, space for settee and chairs, exposed ceiling beams and 2 skylights, pendant lighting.
The kitchen area has a worktop, sink unit, under counter fridge and dishwasher, built in 4 ring gas cooker.
Door to Double Bedroom (with round window to main room), sliding doors to front. Ensuite double shower, heated towel rail and tiled walls.
An area of c 1.5 acres (including the driveway) mainly laid to lawn, with private seating areas and ample parking. To be independently verified by interested parties.
A copy of the Land Registry is available upon request.
Right of Way through the site (former MOD land, adopted road to clients curtilage).
No Rights of Way through or Easements over our clients property.
General Enquiries 0300-1234-100
Energy Performance Certificates
The Energy Performance Rating for The Count House is E41 and St Piran’s Point D58
An Inventory of all loose chattels and equipment (within the holiday let) free of any lease/lien, to be included within the sale will be supplied by Miller Commercial prior to exchange of Contracts.
Advised by clients:
Drainage : Mains
Water : Private borehole, which is filtered
Gas : Bulk tank
Value Added Tax
All the above prices/rentals are quoted exclusive of VAT, where applicable.
The property is not elected for VAT.
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For further information or an appointment to view please contact:
Graham Timmins on 01872 247019 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org