Trungle, Paul, Penzance, Cornwall, TR19 6UG | Property for sale | Savills
3,178 sq ft(295.25 sq m)
Guide price £1,100,000(€1,254,232)

TrunglePaul, Penzance, Cornwall, TR19 6UG

    Key features

    • An extremely impressive, stylish & luxurious house
    • Four Bedrooms
    • Open plan kitchen dining room
    • Three Bathrooms (Two ensuite)
    • Wellness Room (Sauna & Steam Room)
    • Utility Room
    • Sun Room
    • Nuvo music system throughout
    • Sophisticated themed mood lighting system

    An extremely impressive, stylish and luxurious house brimming with modern technology in the sort after village of Paul with parking and garaging.

    About this property

    • Bryher Garden was built in 2013 by the current owners to exacting standards. It is an extremely impressive, stylish and luxurious house with underfloor heating throughout, a Nuvo music system with speakers in all rooms along with a themed Mood lighting system. The ground floor has porcelain tiles throughout with first floor having engineered oak flooring. All the kitchen & utility room cabinets along with the bedroom & dressing room wardrobes, the study's Oak cupboards, drawers and desk are bespoke made by a local craftsman.

      Ground Floor

      The front door opens into a spacious and bright Hallway, with the stairs to the first floor straight ahead, to the right there are steps down to the study, cloakroom WC and door into the living room. To the left there is the Wellness room and the walkway through to the kitchen/dining room. The Wellness room has both a generous Four-person Sauna and Steam Room along with a shower with ceiling mounted rain head along with wall jets. Both the sauna and steam room have speakers suitable for the wet/hot conditions.

      The kitchen/dining room has bi-fold doors leading out onto the rear entertaining terrace and further bi-fold doors with steps descending to the living room. The bespoke kitchen units are oak with occasional inlaid oak burr panels and contrasting Farrow and Ball painted drawers whilst the work surfaces and central island are granite. There is a fabulous two door larder cupboard which has both shelving & drawers along with a marble worktop. The central island and breakfast bar has a warming drawer opposite the ovens, a wine fridge and a small round sink with a Quooker tap. All the integrated appliances are Miele and include two ovens, large induction hob with a separate griddle and induction WOK hob to either side, dishwasher and separate full size tall fridge and freezer. A door from the kitchen opens in to the utility room which again has bespoke hand painted wall and base units, granite work surfaces, a Belfast sink and plumbing for a washing machine and space for a tumble drier. Off the utility room is a WC and a plant room containing the central heating boiler, hot water tank and ample space for coats and shoes. The back door opens from the utility room on to the sunny side courtyard.

      The Study overlooks the front garden and has bespoke Oak cupboards, cabinets, drawers and desk with one of the cupboards containing the central control system for the house. Next to the study is a cloakroom WC. The living room overlooks the rear garden and has bi-fold doors opening into the sunroom. The room has a central wall mounted Scandinavian 7.5Kw wood burner, wiring for a surround sound music system and a ceiling mounted TV/Cinema projector. The Sunroom overlooks the lawned area of the garden and has bi-fold doors leading out onto the patio.

      First Floor

      A bespoke polished Ash return staircase arrives in the centre of the bright and spacious landing. All the rooms on the first floor have partially vaulted ceilings. At the top of the stairs to the right are three double bedrooms one of which is en suite and a linen cupboard.To the left is the principal bedroom, the family bathroom and a further linen cupboard. One of the double bedrooms overlooks the front garden whilst the other two look over the back garden and the wooded copse beyond. The larger of the doubles at the rear has a dressing room with bespoke wardrobes and an en suite bathroom with twin washbasins and a walk in shower. The family bathroom has a large elliptical washbasin, free standing bath with waterfall tap, a walk through shower with overhead rain shower and wall jets. The principal bedroom has a fully vaulted ceiling, is dual aspect with a Juliet balcony with a sliding door overlooking the rear garden and the wooded copse beyond and through an archway a dressing room with bespoke cupboards and drawers and an en suite shower room with twin washbasins.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    This is a great house. Finished to the highest standards it is a wonderful family home for the modern age.

    George HillProperty agent

    Local information

    • The historic Village of Paul is located approximately 1 mile by road above the fishing village of Mousehole. The village is dominated by the Church of St Pol De Leon founded in the 5th century. The church is today mainly 15th century and as a point of historic interest scorch marks are still visible on some of the stone work in the church following a fire caused by an attack on Mousehole in 1595 by Spanish soldiers. The village boasts and excellent 18th century public house The Kings Arms and is the home to Mousehole AFC who currently sit 2nd in the Western Football League.
    • Mousehole, just one mile away is one Cornwall's most loved harbours. Timeless and evocative of a bygone era, small streets and alleyways wind around the sandy harbour. Cliff paths lead in both directions along spectacular coastline to secret coves.
    • Newlyn, just a mile and a half away, remains a very vibrant place. Famous for both its historic and current fishing industry as well as the Newlyn School of Artists of the late 19th century which included such luminaries as Henry Scott Tuke, Alfred Munnings, Stanhope Forbes and Lamorna Birch. Lying on the shore of Mount's Bay Newlyn is one of the largest fishing ports in the UK. It lies adjacent to some of the richest fishing grounds in the Northern hemisphere and is the fulcrum of Cornwall's fishing industry. The South West's main fish market is in Newlyn and just opposite the harbour is good selection of excellent fish shops.
    • Newlyn is also blessed with some great restaurants, café's, bars, a specialist cheese shop, an excellent coffee shop, traditional Cornish Ice cream shop and an independent cinema.
    • The coastline around Newlyn & Penzance takes in some of the county's most beautiful beaches, to include Sennen, Porthcurno & Praa Sands. The historic town of Penzance just two miles away has a wide range of shopping and schooling facilities. Penzance railway station provides direct trains to London Paddington and the town is now host to several well regarded restaurants and the recently refurbished Jubilee Pool.
    • The north coast is equally accessible with the town of St Ives a major attraction with its beautiful beaches, selection of high quality restaurants and its great shopping, not to forget the cultural experiences offered by Tate St Ives, the Barbara Hepworth Museum and the Bernard Leech pottery.

    Additional information

    • Front Garden- A Cornish hedge planted with Grisilinia fronts the property with a gravel driveway and separate pedestrian gate leading from the lane to the property. Behind the hedge is a raised lawned area with two mature trees at either end. The gravel driveway has parking for three or more cars plus there is a large garage with an electric up and over door. There is both power and hot and cold running water in the garage, space for a car and a work/storage area. Steps descend from the parking area to a gravel path leading to the front door. The rear garden can be accessed from either side of the house with gated access between the garage and house.
    • Rear Garden- The very private and south facing sunny rear garden is bordered on all sides by a very dense, two metre high Grisilinia hedge. The gravel pathway from the pedestrian gate leads to a sunny side courtyard, where the back door is located giving access to the utility room. This continues round to the rear raised tiled entertaining terrace which leads off from the kitchen dining room. The terrace is south facing has recessed floor lighting, a partially recessed hot tub with an electric retractable canopy covering the full width. A further gravelled pathway follows the house from the terrace round to a granite paved entertaining patio with recessed floor lighting which leads off the Sunroom. The main garden is to the right of the house and is laid to lawn. To the right of the patio are steps up to the rear entrance of the garage. There are external power points around the property along with further garden lighting.
    • Services- Mains Water, Private Drainage & Electricity,Oil Fired Central Heating with underfloor central heating to both floors with individually controllable rooms, broadband: ethernet cabling throughout, Nuvo Music system fitted throughout the house.
    • Council Tax: Band F
    • TENURE- Freehold
    • VIEWINGS- Strictly by prior appointment with Savills.
    • FIXTURES AND FITTINGS- Only those mentioned in these sales particulars are included in the sale. All others such as curtains, light fittings, garden ornaments, etc. are specifically excluded but may be available by separate negotiation.
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    • 1. They are not authorised to make or give any representations or warranties in relation to the property either here or elsewhere, either on their own behalf or on behalf of their client or otherwise. They assume no responsibility for any statement that may be made in these particulars. These particulars do not form part of any offer or contract and must not be relied upon as statements or representations of fact.
    • 2. Any areas, measurements or distances are approximate. The text, images and plans are for guidance only and are not necessarily comprehensive. It should not be assumed that the property has all necessary planning, building regulation or other consents and Savills have not tested any services, equipment or facilities. Purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise.
    • Directions: From the centre of Newlyn take the B3315 in the direction of Paul & Sheffield up Chywoone Hill. Continue to the top of the hill and through the S bend then take the left hand turning to Paul, proceed into the village and then take the first turning left. Proceed along for circa 50 metres and you will come to Bryher Garden on your right hand side. Mousehole 1 mile – Newlyn 1.5 miles - Penzance 2.5 miles – Marazion 8 miles – St Ives 10.5 miles – Truro 31 miles – Cornwall Airport (Newquay) 40 miles (all distances are approximate and in miles)
    • EPC Rating: C
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: F