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  • Bedrooms: 3
This well presented, three bedroom older style detached house is set in a prominent location and on a bold corner plot, deep in the heart of this favoured coastal village of the Western side of the rugged Lizard Peninsular and within a minutes walk to the wide range of amenities that Mullion has to offer.

Our clients have resided here since 1983 and have enjoyed their stay at the house which comes to the market at a time when demand for family homes has never been higher. Men-Y-Gwydn is an individual home which provides comfortable and versatile accommodation that still meets the needs of a growing family.

This delightful property still has further potential for buyers to customise and create a home to their own taste and requirements. Current features include oil-fired central heating by radiators, UPVC double glazing (where stated), a focal point feature fireplace with multi-fuel stove in the lounge, a hand built kitchen with Rangemaster LPG gas cooker and continued terracotta coloured tiled flooring for much of the ground floor.

The accommodation includes an entrance porch, reception hall, sitting room, study/bedroom four, boiler room, generous dining room open plan to the kitchen and a large timber and glazed conservatory which enjoys a sunny south easterly direction. The first floor offers three bedrooms and a bathroom/wc combined. At the front of the house there are enclosed lawned gardens and at the rear, a generous sheltered garden with extensive paved patio, water feature in one corner and a raised seating area, timber garden shed, 22' long garage and generous parking for three vehicles behind the garage.

Mullion is the largest village on The Lizard Peninsula and set in an area of outstanding natural beauty with much of it being opened by the National Trust. The peninsular boasts some superb countryside with sheltered valleys, moor land and the coastline with quaint fishing coves, amazing beaches, coastal walks and the renowned sailing waters of the Helford River on the Eastern side.

Mullion is an active village with a selection of shops to meet your everyday needs, churches of several denominations, a health centre, well regarded primary and comprehensive schooling, a picture postcard harbour and two excellent beaches. There is plenty to do in the village with various societies and sports clubs which include football and cricket and an 18-hole golf course.

What more could you wish for in such a village?

As our clients sole agents, we thoroughly recommend an immediate viewing to secure this fine property.

Why not call for a personal viewing today?


A painted single glazed door leads into:


Half glazed and painted panelling to window ledge, quarry tiled flooring, painted and glazed internal door to:


Having a staircase to the first floor, doorway to inner hallway.

STUDY/BEDROOM FOUR 2.92m (9'7') x 2.82m (9'3')

narrowing into 2.46m (8'1')

Having a double glazed window enjoying a pleasant outlook over the front garden, radiator, panelled internal door.


DINING ROOM 4.09m (13'5') x 2.39m (7'10')

A delightful broad reception room which has a single glazed window overlooking the side garden, terracotta coloured ceramic tiled flooring, radiator, telephone point, multi-paned door leading to the conservatory, open to inner lobby and archway to:

KITCHEN 2.84m (9'4') x 2.44m (8'0')

Equipped with a range of hand built matching wall and base units on three sides with roll top work surfaces and painted panelling over, a Rangemaster LPG gas stove with double oven under, inset china Belfast sink unit and wooden drainer, swan neck mixer tap over, plumbing for dishwasher, continued terracotta ceramic tiled flooring, pine panelled ceiling, window enjoying a pleasant outlook over the gardens at the rear.


With under stairs storage cupboard, multi-paned door to the lounge and doorway to:

FREEZER ROOM 1.73m (5'8') x 1.04m (3'5')

LOUNGE 5.41m (17'9') x 3.35m (11'0')

A delightful long and wide reception room with a focal point oak fireplace, inset wood burning stove, coved cornicing, double glazed window enjoying a pleasant outlook over the front garden, TV aerial point, fitted carpet.

CONSERVATORY 4.39m (14'5') x 3.66m (12'0')

maximum measurement.

This delightful conservatory is approached from the dining room and enjoys a sunny south easterly aspect and a triple aspect through the windows to the garden, continued terracotta ceramic tiled flooring, tripolycarbonate roofing, double opening doors to the garden, second door to:

BOILER/UTILITY ROOM 2.06m (6'9') x 1.50m (4'11')

Having a wash hand basin on a ceramic tiled work surface with storage below, Worcester oil-fired central heating boiler, low flush wc, plumbing for washing machine, frosted flank window, continued terracotta ceramic tiled flooring.



With double glazed window enjoying a pleasant outlook over the rear garden, radiator, central ceiling light, access to loft space.

BEDROOM ONE 3.73m (12'3') x 3.17m (10'5')

plus recess 1.35m (4'5') x 1.07m (3'6')

A lovely double bedroom with twin UPVC double glazed windows enjoying a pleasant outlook to the front of the property, airing cupboard with slatted shelving and low wattage bar heater, fitted carpet, panelled internal door.

BEDROOM TWO 3.76m (12'4') x 2.95m (9'8')

plus door recess.

Having a double radiator, double glazed window enjoying an outlook to the front of the house, panelled internal door, fitted carpet.

BEDROOM THREE 2.54m (8'4') x 2.31m (7'7')

to wardrobe front.

With UPVC double glazed window overlooking the rear garden. A range of fitted wardrobe cupboards with open plan storage over, fitted carpet.

BATHROOM 2.59m (8'6') x 1.60m (5'3')

With a white suite comprising panelled bath, electric shower and panelling, wash hand basin with chrome mixer tap set on a high gloss white vanity unit, low flush wc, fitted mirror, shaver light, down flow electric heater, radiator, sliding door.


GARAGE 6.78m (22'3') x 3.25m (10'8')

Having light and power and double opening doors leading to an L-shaped driveway which provides parking for three good sized vehicles.


The house sits on a bold corner plot and at the front there is a simple garden which is laid to lawn and enclosed by a low stone wall which has young hedging planted on top. There is a gated access on either side of the property leading to the most delightful rear garden which has been laid for ease of maintenance to take full advantage of the sunny south easterly aspect and this offers an extensive paved patio which is a great place to relax and entertain your family and friends, a fish pool water feature to the left hand side which is surrounded by a well stocked rockery with steps leading to a level seating area that enjoys plenty of privacy, seclusion and shelter. Within the garden there is a timber workshop measuring 3.35m (11'0') x 2.44m (8'0') with lighting and power.


Mains drainage, water and electricity, oil fired central heating by radiators, telephone (subject to the normal transfer regulations).


Band D.

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29/29a Killigrew Street, Falmouth, Cornwall, TR11 3PN

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