Close to the resort town of Looe is Millendreath, a small village that lies at the foot of a wooded valley in a sheltered cove. Although home to some residential properties Millendreath is predominately a holiday village which in recent years has undergone extensive modernisation and re- branding to Black Rock Beach Resort. As well as boasting its own south facing beach that at low tide has pleasant soft sands and numerous rock pools to explore, the complex also has a cafe/bistro,
Situated towards one end of the complex this villa can be found on the second tier where it has a large sun deck/balcony to the front that provides outside space for enjoying the sun and al fresco dining. Once inside the villa the accommodation is beautifully presented and well furnished; there is an open plan living room with well fitted kitchen to one end, a superb bathroom and two double bedrooms. All the windows are uPVC double glazed and there is under floor heating in the living room and independent heaters in the bedrooms and bathroom. Back on the sun deck/balcony there are views over the valley to the surrounding countryside and out to sea.
Situated on the second tier, the villa is approached over a stepped and sloping path from the road. From the path a few steps lead off to the sun deck/balcony and here a uPVC double glazed door opens into the accommodation.
Living Room with Kitchen
uPVC double glazed picture window to the front giving attractive views over the wooded valley, the surrounding countryside and the sea in the distance. The living area has a laminate floor with under floor heating. Coal effect fire in a contemporary surround. Doors off to both bedrooms. To the far end of the room there is a well fitted kitchen with a range of floor and wall mounted units consisting of cupboards and drawers. Fitted shelving. Contrasting work surfaces with tiled splash backs. Single drainer sink. Integrated fridge. Built in electric oven with two ring induction hob and cooker hood above. Matching, built in table. Recessed lighting. Opening to inner hall.
uPVC double glazed picture window to the front giving views over the wooden valley, the surrounding countryside and the sea in the distance. Laminate floor. Wall mounted electric panel heater.
uPVC double glazed window to the side affording views over parts of the village and out to sea. Wall mounted electric panel heater. Laminate floor.
Recessed light. Built in cupboard with modern hot water cylinder. Fitted shelving. Door opens into the bathroom.
Beautifully fitted with a white suite of panelled bath with shower attachment and fitted screen. Vanity unit with inset wash hand basin and wc. Recessed lighting. Electric towel radiator. Fully tiled walls. uPVC double glazed window to the side with obscured glass.
To the front of the villa there is a generous sun deck/balcony with railings to all sides. From here there are superb views over the wooded valley the surrounding countryside and out to sea. By the side of the steps leading up to the villa there is a useful storage shed.
The owners of the villa have two permits for the car park.
Electric, water and private drainage through the site.
Leasehold for a term of 99 years from 29 September 1968
Service Charge for half year ending June 17 - £120.77
Ground rent for the half year ending September 18 - £391.27
Sewerage for the half year ending June 17 - £77.71
The property is to be sold furnished, equipped and ready to use
Restrictions on use
A covenant in the lease states that the property can only be used as a holiday bungalow and not during the months of November, December, January and February in each year. We are aware that other properties on the holiday village have had this amended and can now be used all year round for holiday use, with the exception of the period from and including 15 January to and including the last day of February in each year.
Proceed out of Looe towards Plymouth, after passing the Railway Station take the next right and follow this road to the top of the hill. Continue past St Martins church on your left and take the next right, just before Looe Bay Holiday Park, signposted Millendreath. Continue down the hill and just prior to the beach you will see the holiday village on your right. Park in the car park (pay and display) walk over the bridge and bear right. Number 119 can be found towards the end of the road on your left.
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- Beautifully presented 2 bedroom holiday villa
- Open plan living room with well fitted kitchen
- Large sun deck/balcony to the front
- Views over the valley and to the sea in the distance
- Fully furnished and ready to use
- uPVC double glazed windows
- Under floor and independent heating
- Energy Rating: F
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