Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
Nestled within a quiet position in the Hamlet of St Martin and having been transformed by the current owners, this beautifully light flooded three bedroom bungalow provides well proportioned living accommodation and attractive rural views. The well equipt kitchen/diner is a good size and perfect for busy family life or entertaining friends. In addition there are also three bedrooms, a family bathroom and cosy living room. To the front of the property there is a good size garden and gravel seating area with a gate providing access to the parking space. Backing onto open fields the rear garden provides a quiet and tranquil space to relax and enjoy the sunshine and beautiful views. If you love the great outdoors then St Martin on The Lizard is the perfect setting, with plenty of countryside walks on your doorstep as well as the Helford River and many secluded coves and beaches to explore. This is a great house if you want somewhere that you can move into and feel right at home but also providing scope for further renovation (subject to planning permissions) with the loft offering a large space with clear head height. Our clients have advised us that there is potential for a further four bedrooms in the loft.

GUIDE PRICE - £289,000


Set within an Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Newton-in-St-Martin is home to The Prince of Wales country pub, with a welcoming log fire to keep you warm whilst eating or drinking on colder days and a lovely garden for the summer. The Helford River is nearby with an abundance of quiet beaches and villages to explore and popular pub the Shipwrights Arms. From here you can walk on the South West coast path which goes all the way to the most southerly point at the Lizard and offers some of the most dramatic cliff top scenery in the country. You can also take a water taxi across the river to explore Glendurgan and Trebah gardens. The beaches at Porthallow and Coverack are both easily reachable by car. The market town of Helston is approximately five miles away with other nearby attractions including The National Seal Sanctuary at Gweek, Bonython Gardens near Cury, Roskilly's near Coverack, and The Chocolate Factory & Craft Centre at Mullion.


Benefiting from both front and rear gardens, the outside space at 2 Fords Hill does not disappoint. With the main area of garden to the front of the property providing a space which is mostly laid to lawn with a path leading up to the French doors into the kitchen/diner and a gravel seating area. To the rear there is a garden with mature trees and a raised decked seating area backing onto open fields. The rear garden provides a quiet and tranquil space to relax, enjoy the sunshine and the stunning views.


Mains electricity and water. Private shared drainage.



Prospective purchasers should be aware that there is an annual service charge of £350 for the maintenance of the shared septic tank.


Prospective purchasers should be aware that number 3 Fords Hill has a pedestrian right of way across the front of the garden and number 1 Fords Hill has a pedestrian right of way through the rear garden.


Prospective purchasers should be aware that this property can not be holiday let but can be let on a long term assured short hold tenancy.


It is a legal requirement that we receive verified ID from all buyers before a sale can be instructed. We ask for your cooperation on this matter to ensure there is no unnecessary delay in agreeing a sale. We will inform you of the process once your offer has been accepted.


Before agreeing a sale, we will require proof of your financial ability to purchase. Again, we ask for your cooperation on this matter to avoid any unnecessary delays in agreeing a sale and we will inform you of what we require prior to agreeing a sale.

01326 617464

The Mather Partnership

17 Meneage Street, Helston, Cornwall, TR13 8AA

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