Mr & Mrs Tallis, Cornwall
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Bright, spacious, modern elegance, Bransby Lodge offers versatile five bedroom accommodation on three floors that maximises the superb light, village and harbour views, gardens and privacy. Extensively updated in recent years, features include a living room with bi-fold doors to the garden, open plan kitchen dining room opening to the conservatory and balcony, and contemporary bathrooms.
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For many years, Bransby Lodge was divided into a four bedroom family home with a two bedroom self contained apartment on the lower ground floor. In recent years, to accommodate the growing generations of family, the property was converted to provide one large five/six bedroom property over three floors. If desired, the ground floor could once again be used as a self contained separate two bedroom apartment with lovely open plan living room, kitchen, bathroom and study area. The ground floor and first floor would then provide four bedroom living accommodation with open plan kitchen and living room, conservatory, balcony, family bathroom and two en suite shower rooms. With so much flexibility, the property also lends itself to a B & B, holiday rental (with an assessed potential of up to £42,000 per year) or to those with a home business. With so much versatility, the lodge is one of those properties that really needs to be viewed to be fully appreciated.'
The property is currently used as a private residence but has letting appeal either as a whole home or split as one four bedroom apartment and one two bedroom apartment (if the lower ground floor was converted back to a separate flat). Award winning holiday letting company Helpful Holidays, www.helpfulholidays.co.uk, have assessed the property for the current owners to have a potential income of up to £42,000 per year. Please contact the agent or Katie Treseder at Helpful Holidays, Katie.Treseder@helpfulholidays.co.uk for more information.'
The elegant entrance hall features a turning staircase to the first floor and oak floor, cloaks cupboard, opening to a study area and bedroom and further doors to the kitchen dining room, bedroom and bathroom.'
(Maximum measurements). A spacious, light and airy triple aspect room with door to the balcony, opening to the conservatory and oak staircase with glass balustrade leading to the lower ground floor. Well equipped modern fitted kitchen with built in oven, hob and extractor over, ceramic sink and dishwasher. '
With pitched and double glazed ceiling and French doors leading to the balcony, both of which enjoy wonderful panoramic views over the village and inner harbour to Place Manor and National Trust land beyond.'
Contemporary white suite comprising panelled bath with shower over, WC and basin, heated towel rail, tiled floor and part tiled walls, utility cupboard.'
Double bedroom with large window to the front.'
Double bedroom accessed from the entrance hall via the study area.'
Eaves storage cupboard, airing cupboard, linen cupboard, access to loft space, Velux skylight window.'
(Plus en suite). A double aspect room with large window enjoying panoramic views of the village, harbour and countryside beyond. There is a further Velux skylight with views to the lighthouse and Falmouth Bay. Built in double wardrobe, eaves storage cupboard and eave storage room with window. Door to en suite shower room with corner shower, vanity wash basin, WC and bidet, heated towel rail, tiled floor and walls, Velux skylight.'
(Plus en suite). Large window with super country views of National Trust land. Eaves storage cupboard, eaves access, built in wardrobe. Door to en suite shower room with vanity wash basin, WC, heated towel rail, tiled floor, part tiled walls and and Velux skylight.'
The lower ground floor is accessed via the oak staircase in the open plan living room which leads to the lower hall. There is a cloaks cupboard and large storage area with restricted headroom. A spiral staircase from the study area on the ground floor also leads to the lower ground floor. '
(Plus recess). Glazed French doors lead to this wonderful triple aspect sitting room with oak floors and features two bi fold sliding doors which lead to the garden. There is recessed area and further glazed door to the hallway.'
A spacious double bedroom with two windows to the side elevation.'
Currently used as a cot room and could be used as another bedroom or study, as required.'
Contemporary white suite comprising panelled bath with shower over, WC and basin, heated towel rail, slate tiled floor and part tiled walls, airing cupboard with pressurised hot water tank.'
This large utility room has a glazed door leading to the side of the house. Slate floor, storage cupboards, sink, space and plumbing for washing machine and could be adapted for use as a kitchen. An opening leads to a rear study area and spiral staircase leading to the ground floor.'
The property is accessed from Upper Castle road via a five bar gate with a generous parking area for several vehicles. The rear garden is mostly level and mainly laid to lawn. Sheltered with boundary hedging and trees for privacy, there is a paved patio and decked area with timer shed along with a gate leading to Hancock Lane which provides a shortcut onto Grove Hill and into the village.'
Mains water, electricity and drainage, Superfast Broadband enabled, night storage heating, double glazed, Council Tax Band G.'
The Roseland Peninsula is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with stunning countryside and coastal paths, rolling landscape of National Trust land, pretty harbour villages and golden beaches. The area has enjoyed enduring appeal, both as a holiday destination and to live. In St Mawes itself is not only one of the most well known and well loved sailing resorts, with restaurants, galleries and boutique hotels such as Olga Polizzi's legendary Hotel Tresanton and the newly refurbished Idle Rocks Hotel, the village is also considered one of the most desirable coastal villages to live in the UK and has an active community which spans the generations. The cathedral city of Truro, 10 miles by the King Harry Car Ferry, has a wide range of commercial facilities, schools and direct rail link to London. The port of Falmouth is reached year round by passenger ferry