This quality recently converted apartment is located within a short distance of Penzance, local parks and the Promenade. Penzance itself offers amenities such as can be found in a larger town, such as superstores, banks, schools and main line railway and bus stations. However, despite its modern facilities, Penzance is also home to many artisan stores offering unique wares to a discerning clientele. Local produce is also a dominant feature of the local greengrocers and grocery stores, as well as at the weekly farmersâ€™ market held in the centre of town.
Penzance, with a population of around 21,000, is the biggest town in the old Penwith area and marks the end of the main rail line in west Cornwall. The town, which celebrated its 400th anniversary in 2014, sits in the picturesque Mountâ€™s Bay, overlooking St Michaelâ€™s Mount, and boasts Cornwallâ€™s only promenade and the UKâ€™s largest seawater lido in Jubilee Pool. Penzanceâ€™s main shopping street is Market Jew Street, with Causewayhead and Chapel Street also popular and filled with smaller independent shops. The townâ€™s biggest festival is the annual Golowan Festival, which was revived just over 20 years ago, culminating in a colourful parade through the town on Mazey Day at the end of June each year.
The accommodation includes a large living room with fitted kitchen including appliances, two double bedrooms (one with an en-suite bathroom) and a separate shower room. The flat is heated by gas-fired central heating and is double glazed for extra warmth. There is the added advantage of one parking space on site.
2 double bedrooms (1 en-suite)
Close to town centre
Gas-fired central heating
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate