Lynwood
£680,000 ono

TENURE: Freehold

A classical Victorian end of terrace town house Grade II listed and built in 1835. Lynwood has the usual large rooms and high ceilings together with figured cornices etc. normally associated with this era.

The present owners of Lynwood after 18 years have decided to seek pastures anew.

In their ownership many improvement works and additions have been made to the property including the building at the rear of a large workshop, utility room and store rooms and inside the house complete refurbishing, redecoration. Double glazing throughout, to the rear elevation with UPVC units whilst to the front elevation, to conform with the property’s Garde II listing, new hardwood sash windows have been
installed. A full fire alarm system and emergency lighting system, re-wiring etc. all of which have produced, for many years, a successful guest house catering for eight guests
and trading now under the Visit England Award schemes as four stars.

The size and layout of the property incorporating two additional private bedrooms with their own en-suite facilities provides an easy to run business which could fulfil a new
lifestyle for intending purchasers.

The owners only open at the beginning of May and close at the end of September each year. This allows a new owner the opportunity to increase the trade should they wish
using the shoulder periods. At present bed and breakfast only is served so there is an additional opportunity to increase turnover by serving evening meals.

The accommodation is better listed below, each of the guest rooms having television together with tea/ coffee making facilities.

We would suggest that the house, together with its south facing patio and substantial workshop / garage, would make an ideal large family home.

The property is situated within Hugh Town and convenient for all local amenities including the harbour. There are sea views
across Porthcressa from the second floor rear bedroom, Porthcressa beach being only a few hundred yards away.
Lynwood is set back behind a short fore garden, bounded from the road by granite wall with iron railings, a gate gives access to a path and thence a Victorian panelled door leads into:

On the Ground Floor
Outer Hallway with coat and boot storage.
Inner Hallway extending through an archway to an inner hall with Karndean flooring from where the staircase leads to the
first floor. Electric night storage radiator.

Guest Dining Room
13’7” X 12’0” (plus a large double glazed bay with hidden storage under a wide sill 5’6” X 3’9” which
houses the mains three phase electrical supply and meters). Karndean oak floor. Electric night storage radiator. Six power
points. Television aerial socket.
A separate door and three steps lead down to:

Owners Accommodation
Hallway with two power points.
Bedroom 10’7” X 10’2” Having a Karndean oak floor. Four recessed ceiling spot lights plus two feature spotlights above the bed. One complete wall is three double wardrobes. Built in shelving. Electric night storage radiator. Seven power points.
En-Suite Bathroom Having a granite effect vinylay floor and fully tiled walls with feature frieze. Three recessed ceiling spot lights plus four more feature spot lights above mirrors. Low level w.c with concealed cystern and double flush. Vanity wash basin with inset mirror. Circular shower cubicle with electric shower. Electric ventilation.
Separate Toilet Having a low level w.c with concealed cystern. Wash hand basin. Electric ventilation.

Spacious Dining Kitchen 18’5” X 16’10” A single storey extension at the rear of the house. Having Karndean slate effect flooring. A striking room with exposed roof beams and four Velux roof lights with blinds. The walls are part panelled to dado height or ceramic tiled with a feature frieze and ceramic mural. The units are a classical cream with Corian working surfaces in contrasting burgundy and include matching wall cabinets some as display shelves and some glass fronted. A section of the room has been divided by a half wall to provide a dedicated office space with desk and shelves. Power points and telephone connection.

Kitchen fittings include a Cannon Classique 2000 gas double oven with four ring burner, griddle and eye level grill. Bosch
dishwasher. One and half bowl sink. Fan assisted electric night storage radiator. Twelve power points. Fourteen spot lights.

From the kitchen is
Owners Lounge 13’10” X 13’3” Having Karndean oak flooring. Again with exposed beams and a large double glazed picture window. Electric night storage radiator. Ten power points. Television aerial socket. Sky aerial socket.
Rear Hall leading to rear patio.

From the Inner Hallway:
Cellar 14’0” X 7’0” with fitted shelving.
The original Victorian staircase leads to:
On the First Floor
Landing with large double glazed UPVC window. Electric night storage radiator.
Bedroom 1 (Front) 12’2” X 9’3” A twin bedroom approached by a “L’ shaped hallway. Having built in dressing table, shelf
and cupboards. Six power points. Two wall light points. Skeleton wardrobe. Wall mounted electric convector radiator.

En-Suite Shower Room Having a vinylay floor and fully tiled walls with contrasting mosaic frieze. Low level w.c with
concealed cystern. Vanity wash basin with inset mirror and concealed lighting. Circular shower cubicle with Respatex
panelled walls and electric shower. Electric ventilation. Heated towel rail. Shaver socket.

Bedroom 4 (Rear) 11’6” X 10’9” A twin bedroom having built in wardrobe, cupboards, drawers and shelving. Six power
points. Concealed bed head lights. Vanity basin with mirror and feature lighting over. Shaver socket.
En-Suite Shower Room Having a vinylay floor and Respatex panelled walls. Low level w.c. with concealed cystern. Shower
cubicle with electric shower. Recessed ceiling spot lights. Electric ventilation. Heated towel rail.
The staircase then approaches

On the Second Floor
Landing Two power points. Electric night storage radiator.
Bedroom 2 (rear) 10’7” X 8’6” A double bedroom having built in wardrobe, shelving and window seat. Eight power points.
Electric night storage radiator.
En-Suite Shower Room Having a vinylay floor and Respatex panelled walls. Low level w.c. with concealed cystern. Shower
cubicle with electric shower. Recessed ceiling spot lights. Electric ventilation. Heated towel rail.
Bedroom 3 (front) 12’2” X 10’5” A double bedroom with built in wardrobe, shelving and window seat. Six power points.
Electric night storage radiator. Bed head spotlights.
Two locked store cupboards.
En-Suite Bathroom Having a vinylay floor and ceramic tiled walls. Low level w.c. with concealed cystern. Shower cubicle
with Respatex panelled walls and electric shower. Recessed ceiling spot lights. Electric ventilation. Heated towel rail.

From the landing a cabin style staircase leads to :
Roof Bedroom 10’6” X 10’9” A twin bedroom. Six power points.
En-Suite Shower Room Having fully tiled walls. Low level w.c. Pedestal wash hand basin. Shower cubicle with electric
shower.
From the dining kitchen:
The Rear Hall with cloaks hanging facility leads to:

Outside
At the rear of the property there is a paved patio which has pedestrian and vehicular access to the adopted highway known as Porthcressa Road. The patio faces almost due south and is a sun trap for most of the day enclosed by granite and block wallingand with a small raised garden to one side.
Two small gated stores
Workshop / Garage 18’6” X 11’0”” plus 10’6”” X 9’6” Having ample shelving, a large work bench. Fluorescent lighting and
power points.
Utility Room / Store 8’0” X 9’0” Having a painted concrete floor. Stainless steel inset sink with electric water heater and
melamine working surface. Shelving. Zanussi tumble dryer. Hotpoint washing machine. Four power points.
Approached from Porthcressa Road:
Outside Store 12’0” X 4’0” incorporating the bin store.

FURNITURE, FURNISHINGS AND FITTINGS: The majority of the above associated with the guest house together with
goodwill are included in the purchase price.
Audited accounts can be made available to an intending purchaser after viewing.
SERVICES: Three Phase mains electricity, water and drainage are connected

ASSESSMENTS: For the purposes of Council Property Tax, the Owner’s accommodation is designated in Band ‘C’ in the
Valuation List, producing a charge of £1196.60 for the year 2017/2018.
To the above charge will be added the sum of £288.80 water charge.
The Guest House is assessed to a commercial rateable value 0f £5100 for the year 2017/2018. The charge is assessed at either 48.5p or 48.1p in the £ depending upon the level of rateable value and the Owner’s qualification for business rates relief.
To the above charge will be added the sum of £288.80 water charge.



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Lynwood, Church Street, St Mary's - TR21 0JT

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The information given in these particulars is intended to help you decide whether you wish to view this property and to avoid wasting your time in viewing unsuitable properties. We have tried to make sure that these particulars are accurate, but to a large extent we have to rely on what the seller tells us about the property. We do not check every single piece of information ourselves as the cost of doing so would be prohibitive and we do not wish to unnecessarily add to the cost of moving house.

Once you find the property you want to buy, you will need to carry out more investigations into the property than it is practical or reasonable for an estate agent to do when preparing sales particulars. For example, we have not carried out any kind of survey of the property to look for structural

defects and would advise any homebuyer to obtain a surveyor’s report before exchanging contracts. If you do not have your own surveyor, we would be pleased to recommend one. We have not checked whether any equipment in the property (such as central heating) is in working order and would advise homebuyers to check this. You should also instruct a solicitor to investigate all legal matters relating to the property (e.g. title, planning permission etc.) as these are specialist matters in which estate agents are not qualified. Your solicitor will also agree with the seller what items (e.g. carpets, curtains, etc) will be included in the sale.

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