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Shackleton House has recently undergone a comprehensive scheme of extension, modernisation and refurbishment by our clients to create a super stylish, exceedingly light and immaculately presented home within this esteemed village and Area of Great Landscape Value. Noteworthy features include wifi adapted ceramic heating, a 387 square foot extension which accommodates the new open plan kitchen/diner and forth bedroom, two open fireplaces, restored original timber floors and doors, double glazing throughout, two new stylish bathrooms and a fully landscaped rear garden.

At a Glance

Total Floor Area: 1233sq.ft. (114.5sq.m approx)

  • Appealing Semi Detached Period House
  • Four Double Bedrooms/Two Modern Bathrooms
  • Beautifully Refurbished & Modernised Accommodation
  • Super Stylish Kitchen Extension
  • Original Features
  • Landscaped Gardens
  • Planning Permission for Off Road Parking Provision & Associated Landscaping
  • Sought After Cornish Village close to Mawgan Porth
Situated in an elevated position towards the top of the village, Shackleton House enjoys a pleasant rural outlook from the front of the property to the countryside beyond.

Further improvements include a complete rewire, replacement of the plumbing and hot water system, insulating of the floors, walls and ceilings, fully replastered and redecorated throughout.

The rear gardens of Shackleton House have been landscaped to create a contemporary, private space to unwind. There are three levels with retaining walls and a combination of gravel and lawn together with established trees and planting. To the front of the house is a large area of lawn with private steps and gravelled path winding its way to the front door. Large, established trees screen the property from view perfectly. In addition, Shackleton House has granted planning permission to create off road parking provision with associated landscaping to the front.

Services to the property include mains water, electricity and drainage. EPC rating D. Council tax band B.

Shackleton House is located within of the sought after village of St Mawgan and just three miles from the magnificent sandy beach at Mawgan Porth. St Mawgan, a beautiful picture box perfect village, has a post office, stores, the very popular Falcon Inn, a village green and a beautiful 13th Century church as well as an outstanding primary school. Mawgan Porth is now one of the most sought after locations in North Cornwall. The magnificent sandy beach is famous for water sports activities serving surfers and bathers alike with stunning cliff and coastline walks. Fine dining is available locally at the award-winning Scarlet Hotel as well as first class spa and recreational facilities at The Scarlett & Bedruthan Hotel.

The bay provides a range of amenities including a local store, cafés, various eateries, The Merrymoor public house, surf school and gift shops. Walkers are well placed to enjoy the wonders of the South West Coastal Path with fabulous walks to the likes of Watergate Bay and Bedruthan Steps being within easy reach.

To find Shackleton House, head east or west on the A39 and turn off the St Columb roundabout at signs to Newquay and St Mawgan. Follow to A3059 towards Newquay passing Mole Valley Farmers along the way. After the Gulf petrol station, turn right at signs for Watergate Bay and St Mawgan. Follow this road towards Newquay airport and then turn right at the signpost for St Mawgan. Drive down the hill and round the bend. Shackleton House can be found along on the right hand side. The postcode for satellite navigation is TR8 4EQ. What3words: acting.status.undertook

Visit Shackleton House, St Mawgan

Shackleton House, St Mawgan

Guide Price £425,000