Property details

< Back to search criteria
Request details
£595,000
SOLD
4 Bed Land - Building Plot - Mawnan Smith

KEY FEATURES

  • Superb redevelopment opportunity
  • Picturesque creek and countryside views
  • Currently a 4-bedroomed bungalow
  • Planning Permission for 2 detached dwellings
  • Planning Reference: PA17/10016
  • Total site of approximately 1 acre
  • To be sold for the first time in 18 years
  • On the instructions of the executor

DESCRIPTION

Occupying an extremely large plot on this highly favoured, private, residential road close to the beautiful Helford River, a detached individual bungalow, providing versatile 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom accommodation, now benefiting from Outline Planning Permission for demolition of the existing dwelling and erection of 2 substantial new houses, granted 20 December 2017, Cornwall Council Application Reference: PA17/10016.

THE PROPERTY

Dating, we understand, from the 1920's, 'Trewennack' is a broad, highly intriguing, single-storey residence, occupying a particularly good sized plot on this highly sought-after private road of substantial individual properties, close to the beautiful Helford River and within approximately one mile of the extremely well served village of Mawnan Smith.

Set within its own delightful and extremely well stocked gardens and grounds, which extend in total to approximately one acre, the existing dwelling has previously been extended to provide adaptable accommodation which some prospective purchasers may wish to improve and further develop, bearing in mind consent formerly existed for a loft conversion and the recently obtained consent for two dwellings should provide great scope for just one dwelling if preferred.

The current accommodation benefits from oil fired central heating, replacement double glazing and beautiful views over the gardens and through the trees to Anna Maria Creek, on the upper reaches of Port Navas Creek, and beyond, to miles of rolling unspoilt countryside.

Extensive parking is already provided, together with a detached garage and, to the rear of the property, the main garden areas comprise a broad terrace, shaped lawns, well stocked borders, former kitchen garden and gates onto an additional area of woodland, the ownership of which we understand extends almost to the lane below.

PLANNING PERMISSION

On 20 December 2017, Cornwall Council granted Outline Planning Permission for the demolition of the existing dwelling and erection of two detached new houses - Application Number: PA17/10016 (copy attached).

Consequently, the opportunity now exists for a developer or building company to create two substantial new dwellings in this, one of south Cornwall's most sought-after and highly regarded locations. Alternatively, a private purchaser may wish to build their own 'grand design' on one plot, and sell the other to a like-minded buyer, bearing in mind it is not the executor's intention to sell the plots individually at this stage.

THE LOCATION

Budock Vean Lane is a private road occupying a promontory between Helford Passage on the Helford River, and Porth Navas Creek. Consequently, the picturesque day-sailing waters of the Helford River, Falmouth Bay, and nearby Fal Estuary, are all 'on the doorstep', with moorings available on the Helford River on application from The Duchy. Residents of Budock Vean Lane enjoy access through the grounds of nearby Budock Vean Hotel to the creek, as well as to the hotel's excellent leisure amenities which include a golf course, swimming pool and tennis courts etc. Within half a mile are the beautiful sub-tropical gardens at Trebah and Glendurgan, a short distance after which is the village of Mawnan Smith, whose excellent day-to-day amenities include a thatched public house (The Red Lion Inn), restaurant, cafe, electrical store, church, doctors surgery, hairdressers, convenience stores and garage.

The port of Falmouth is approximately six miles distant and has just been voted by the readers of The Sunday Times as 'the best place to live in the United Kingdom'. Falmouth's excellent range of shopping, commercial and leisure amenities provide for most needs, with the cathedral city of Truro, the county's legal, administrative, health and educational centre, being an approximate thirty minute drive away.

THE EXISTING ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES

(All dimensions being approximate)

SHELTERED ENTRANCE PORCH

Steps and pathways from the front gardens, garage and parking area.

ENTRANCE HALL

Storage cupboard, radiator, access to:-

LOFT

Roof lights to three elevations including a large Velux providing lovely views to the creek and countryside beyond. Ideal for conversion, subject to consents.

KITCHEN

Extensive range of French oak-effect units with timber-edged worksurfaces between with complementary tiled splashbacks. Cooker recess with filter canopy, broad replacement window to the gardens. Airing cupboard with foam lagged copper cylinder.

UTILITY ROOM

uPVC double glazed door to the exterior, stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap.

DINING ROOM

Measurement excludes a broad square bay window to the rear elevation providing a lovely outlook over the gardens to the creek and surrounding countryside. Superb inset fireplace with timber lintel and seats to either side. Two radiators.

CONSERVATORY

Of double glazed construction with windows providing a lovely outlook over the gardens to the creek and countryside.

LOUNGE

Second measurement excludes a walk-in semi-circular bay window, again providing beautiful garden, creek and countryside views. Two radiators. Fireplace with glass-fronted log-burner.

BEDROOM ONE

Another light double aspect room. Two radiators, fitted bedroom furniture.

DRESSING LOBBY

Full height mirror-fronted wardrobes, access to additional loft storage area.

EN-SUITE BATHROOM/WC

White suite with wash hand basin set in vanity unit with wall mirror, cupboards and strip light/shaver socket over. Low flush WC, jacuzzi bath.

BEDROOM TWO

Broad window to the front gardens, radiator.

BEDROOM THREE

A double aspect room with window to the conservatory and to the side elevation. Radiator.

BEDROOM FOUR/STUDY

Window to the conservatory with views through to the creek, radiator, picture rail.

FAMILY BATHROOM/WC

Window to the front elevation. Low flush WC, wash hand basin set in vanity unit, panelled bath.

THE EXTERIOR

FRONT GARDENS

'Trewennack' enjoys a broad frontage to Budock Vean Lane with a large car parking area to the northern boundary and detached garage on the southern boundary. The front gardens are well enclosed, private and well stocked with a fine range of spring bulbs and flowering shrubs including hydrangeas, camellias and rhododendrons etc. A Worcester oil fired boiler is located by the utility room door, close to which there is a uPVC oil storage tank.

SIDE GARDENS

Pedestrian gate from the parking area, greenhouse, exterior water tap, rose garden with pergola, fruit trees and former kitchen garden.

THE MAIN REAR GARDENS

A real feature of the existing property, comprising a broad terrace, lawns and well stocked flower and shrub beds with a fine selection of flowering shrubs and specimen trees including tree fern, camellias, azaleas and heathers etc. From the foot of these two gardens, two gateways lead onto a further area of woodland which extends almost to the lane below.

GENERAL INFORMATION

SERVICES

Mains electricity and water are connected to the property. Private drainage. Telephone points (subject to supplier's regulations). Oil fired central heating.

COUNCIL TAX

Band G - Cornwall Council.

CONCRETE SCREENING TEST

Carried out in June 2000 - 'All the samples fell in Class A ........ nothing that need deter a purchaser or a mortgagee'.

AGENT'S NOTE

We understand the owners of 'Trewennack' enjoy a right of access throughout a nearby gateway, into the grounds of the Budock Vean Hotel.

TENURE

Freehold.

POSSESSION

Immediate vacant possession upon completion of the purchase.

VIEWING

By telephone appointment with the vendor's Sole Agents - Laskowski & Company, 28 High Street, Falmouth, TR11 2AD. Telephone: 01326 318813.

DIRECTIONAL NOTE

Proceed into the village of Mawnan Smith and at The Red Lion Inn, continue to bear right, following the signs to Budock Vean, Helford Passage and Port Navas. After leaving the village, continue past Glendurgan and Trebah Gardens on the left-hand side. After a short distance, continue past the signs for The Ferryboat Inn and Helford Passage, continuing towards Port Navas and Budock Vean. Within a quarter of a mile the entrance to the hotel will be found on the left-hand side, immediately after which is the entrance to Budock Vean Lane. 'Trewennack' is the eighth property along this road on the right-hand side.

THE PROPERTY

Floor plan

Dating, we understand, from the 1920's, 'Trewennack' is a broad, highly intriguing, single-storey residence, occupying a particularly good sized plot on this highly sought-after private road of substantial individual properties, close to the beautiful Helford River and within approximately one mile of the extremely well served village of Mawnan Smith.

Set within its own delightful and extremely well stocked gardens and grounds, which extend in total to approximately one acre, the existing dwelling has previously been extended to provide adaptable accommodation which some prospective purchasers may wish to improve and further develop, bearing in mind consent formerly existed for a loft conversion and the recently obtained consent for two dwellings should provide great scope for just one dwelling if preferred.

The current accommodation benefits from oil fired central heating, replacement double glazing and beautiful views over the gardens and through the trees to Anna Maria Creek, on the upper reaches of Port Navas Creek, and beyond, to miles of rolling unspoilt countryside.

Extensive parking is already provided, together with a detached garage and, to the rear of the property, the main garden areas comprise a broad terrace, shaped lawns, well stocked borders, former kitchen garden and gates onto an additional area of woodland, the ownership of which we understand extends almost to the lane below.

Consequently, the opportunity now exists for a developer or building company to create two substantial new dwellings in this, one of south Cornwall's most sought-after and highly regarded locations. Alternatively, a private purchaser may wish to build their own 'grand design' on one plot, and sell the other to a like-minded buyer, bearing in mind it is not the executor's intention to sell the plots individually at this stage.

THE LOCATION

Floor plan

Budock Vean Lane is a private road occupying a promontory between Helford Passage on the Helford River, and Porth Navas Creek. Consequently, the picturesque day-sailing waters of the Helford River, Falmouth Bay, and nearby Fal Estuary, are all 'on the doorstep', with moorings available on the Helford River on application from The Duchy. Residents of Budock Vean Lane enjoy access through the grounds of nearby Budock Vean Hotel to the creek, as well as to the hotel's excellent leisure amenities which include a golf course, swimming pool and tennis courts etc. Within half a mile are the beautiful sub-tropical gardens at Trebah and Glendurgan, a short distance after which is the village of Mawnan Smith, whose excellent day-to-day amenities include a thatched public house (The Red Lion Inn), restaurant, cafe, electrical store, church, doctors surgery, hairdressers, convenience stores and garage.

The port of Falmouth is approximately six miles distant and has just been voted by the readers of The Sunday Times as 'the best place to live in the United Kingdom'. Falmouth's excellent range of shopping, commercial and leisure amenities provide for most needs, with the cathedral city of Truro, the county's legal, administrative, health and educational centre, being an approximate thirty minute drive away.

THE EXISTING ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES

(All dimensions being approximate)

SHELTERED ENTRANCE PORCH

Steps and pathways from the front gardens, garage and parking area.

ENTRANCE HALL

Storage cupboard, radiator, access to:-

LOFT

Roof lights to three elevations including a large Velux providing lovely views to the creek and countryside beyond. Ideal for conversion, subject to consents.

KITCHEN

6.30m x 2.93m (20'8 x 9'7 )

Extensive range of French oak-effect units with timber-edged worksurfaces between with complementary tiled splashbacks. Cooker recess with filter canopy, broad replacement window to the gardens. Airing cupboard with foam lagged copper cylinder.

UTILITY ROOM

3.14m x 1.50m (10'3 x 4'11 )

uPVC double glazed door to the exterior, stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap.

DINING ROOM

4.80m x 3.63m (15'8 x 11'10 )

Floor plan

Measurement excludes a broad square bay window to the rear elevation providing a lovely outlook over the gardens to the creek and surrounding countryside. Superb inset fireplace with timber lintel and seats to either side. Two radiators.

CONSERVATORY

5.80m x 2.60m (19'0 x 8'6 )

Of double glazed construction with windows providing a lovely outlook over the gardens to the creek and countryside.

LOUNGE

6.10m x 3.70m (20'0 x 12'1 )

Floor plan

Second measurement excludes a walk-in semi-circular bay window, again providing beautiful garden, creek and countryside views. Two radiators. Fireplace with glass-fronted log-burner.

BEDROOM ONE

4.63m x 3.60m (15'2 x 11'9 )

Floor plan

Another light double aspect room. Two radiators, fitted bedroom furniture.

DRESSING LOBBY

Full height mirror-fronted wardrobes, access to additional loft storage area.

EN-SUITE BATHROOM/WC

White suite with wash hand basin set in vanity unit with wall mirror, cupboards and strip light/shaver socket over. Low flush WC, jacuzzi bath.

BEDROOM TWO

3.90m x 3.00m (12'9 x 9'10 )

Broad window to the front gardens, radiator.

BEDROOM THREE

3.28m x 3.52m (10'9 x 11'6 )

A double aspect room with window to the conservatory and to the side elevation. Radiator.

BEDROOM FOUR/STUDY

2.56m x 2.52m (8'4 x 8'3 )

Window to the conservatory with views through to the creek, radiator, picture rail.

FAMILY BATHROOM/WC

Window to the front elevation. Low flush WC, wash hand basin set in vanity unit, panelled bath.

THE EXTERIOR

FRONT GARDENS

'Trewennack' enjoys a broad frontage to Budock Vean Lane with a large car parking area to the northern boundary and detached garage on the southern boundary. The front gardens are well enclosed, private and well stocked with a fine range of spring bulbs and flowering shrubs including hydrangeas, camellias and rhododendrons etc. A Worcester oil fired boiler is located by the utility room door, close to which there is a uPVC oil storage tank.

SIDE GARDENS

Pedestrian gate from the parking area, greenhouse, exterior water tap, rose garden with pergola, fruit trees and former kitchen garden.

THE MAIN REAR GARDENS

Floor plan

A real feature of the existing property, comprising a broad terrace, lawns and well stocked flower and shrub beds with a fine selection of flowering shrubs and specimen trees including tree fern, camellias, azaleas and heathers etc. From the foot of these two gardens, two gateways lead onto a further area of woodland which extends almost to the lane below.

GENERAL INFORMATION

SERVICES

Mains electricity and water are connected to the property. Private drainage. Telephone points (subject to supplier's regulations). Oil fired central heating.

COUNCIL TAX

Band G - Cornwall Council.

CONCRETE SCREENING TEST

Carried out in June 2000 - 'All the samples fell in Class A ........ nothing that need deter a purchaser or a mortgagee'.

AGENT'S NOTE

We understand the owners of 'Trewennack' enjoy a right of access throughout a nearby gateway, into the grounds of the Budock Vean Hotel.

TENURE

Freehold.

POSSESSION

Immediate vacant possession upon completion of the purchase.

VIEWING

By telephone appointment with the vendor's Sole Agents - Laskowski & Company, 28 High Street, Falmouth, TR11 2AD. Telephone: 01326 318813.

DIRECTIONAL NOTE

Proceed into the village of Mawnan Smith and at The Red Lion Inn, continue to bear right, following the signs to Budock Vean, Helford Passage and Port Navas. After leaving the village, continue past Glendurgan and Trebah Gardens on the left-hand side. After a short distance, continue past the signs for The Ferryboat Inn and Helford Passage, continuing towards Port Navas and Budock Vean. Within a quarter of a mile the entrance to the hotel will be found on the left-hand side, immediately after which is the entrance to Budock Vean Lane. 'Trewennack' is the eighth property along this road on the right-hand side.

For identification purposes only - not to scale.

Floor plan

These particulars have been prepared as a general guide only for prospective purchasers. Although every effort has been made to provide a fair and reasonable description of the property, no specific survey or detailed inspection has been carried out in relation to the building, services, appliances and any fixtures and fittings. All measurements, dimensions, acreages and distances are approximate and should not be relied upon for accuracy. All buyers should rely on their own surveys and investigations in connection with a purchase of the property.

EPCEPC