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£575,000

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  • CURRENTLY LICENCED HMO FOR TEN PEOPLE
  • IDEAL HOME OR INVESTMENT
  • PERFECT HOLIDAY HOME
  • GREAT FOR MULTI GENERATIONAL FAMILIES
  • PRACTICALLY A "STONES THROW" FROM THE BEACH
  • SIDE STREET IN VERY CENTRAL NEWQUAY
  • SEVEN BEDROOMS AND THREE ENSUITES
  • THREE STOREYS OF ACCOMMODATION
  • USABLE ENCLOSED GARDENS
  • MAINS SERVICES: ALL MAINS

A GORGEOUS FULLY DETACHED VICTORIAN TOWN HOUSE RIGHT IN THE HEART OF CENTRAL NEWQUAY, APPROXIMATELY 200 METRES FROM THE POPULAR TOWAN BEACH. THREE STOREYS OF HIGHLY FLEXIBLE ACCOMMODATION TO INCLUDE SEVEN BEDROOMS TO SUIT A MULTITUDE OF BUYERS.

LOCATION: Newquay as a place to live has never been more popular, considered one of the crown jewels of Cornwall, with it’s gorgeous golden sand bay and the world famous Fistral Beach, you can literally pick a different beach for everyday of the week if you so choose.

The town itself has undergone a major transition over the last decade or so, reborn as a hip, trendy, and cool place to live, rent or holiday. An explosion of trendy, independent retailers of all types have sprung up all over the town centre with something for all ages and tastes, whether it be relaxing in an artisan coffee house, enjoying a vegan breakfast, exploring the coast under a range of water sport activities, or simply taking a relaxing stroll through the town and around the surrounding coastline. There is plenty to do, much to explore and a great lifestyle to be had, as such the centrally located streets that surround the town centre with their beautiful Victorian architecture have rocketed in popularity over the last few years. Owning a home in central Newquay offers the best lifestyle that living by the coast has to offer and what better place than this, literally 200 metres from Towan beach.

SUMMARY: This incredible fully detached Victorian townhouse is not only a thing of beauty but also incredibly rare, seldom do we see fully detached Victorian townhouses in central Newquay not to mention those so close to the beach as this. With its gorgeous Victorian architecture including bay windows, natural stone façade, it is also blessed with spacious rooms that extend over three storeys of accommodation.

Currently operating as a successful and lucrative licensed HMO for 10 persons, however, not limited to this use and would also make a wonderful family home, multi generational family home or investment of numerous types including of course the highly lucrative holiday let market. Therefore, this property would have broad appeal across the entire country to a variety of buyers and to fully appreciate everything that is on offer we strongly recommend an internal viewing.

In principle the property consists of a gorgeous tall period style entrance door into vestibule and hallway, from the hallway there are stairs to the first floor, useful downstairs WC and access throughout the ground floor.

On the front elevation there is a great sized double ensuite bedroom with bay window, which would have formally been one of the main formal reception rooms. Behind this and separate is a second ensuite double bedroom with rear facing window over the courtyard gardens, this would have formally been the second ground floor reception room and as is popular these days many buyers may choose to revert these to reception rooms and perhaps even open them up into one large open plan space, subject to the normal consents. As it stands and particularly useful for the HMO purposes these are two ground floor ensuite double bedrooms.

Moving to the rear of the ground floor there is an open plan dining/kitchen and utility space, from the utility area there is a rear door to the courtyard and beyond the utility there is a resident’s lounge.

On the first floor there are a further three bedrooms with the potential for four as well as a main bathroom area. What was formally a single bedroom is now a secondary kitchen, perfect for the HMO market.

On the second floor there are a further two great sized bedrooms positioned on this level with a great loft feel enjoying some period features including sloping ceilings and Dorma style windows.

In total there are currently seven bedrooms, three ensuites, two kitchens, one living room, and two shower suites.

Externally there are traditional courtyard style gardens to both the front and the rear, the rear is surprisingly usable and enclosed.

There is lapsed planning consent under application number PA18/06319 this lapsed planning gave consent to remove the rear wall to formally enclose the parking area and also form a balcony on the existing flat roof to the rear with external staircase. This offers great potential should buyers wish to reinvoke this planning permission to create off street parking and a wonderful roof terrace area.

As it stands all of the rear is taken up with courtyard gardens which are L shaped, bound onto the rear service lane with gated access and provide access to the beach on foot in literally a minute or two.

As a licenced HMO it has a potentially high yield with the current owners charging £100 per room, per week. There is potential to improve the yield by taking in shared rooms as the license extends to 10 persons over the current seven rooms, the current owners have never utilised this full potential and it is something to explore should buyers wish to continue running the property as a successful HMO. The vendors have enjoyed years of consistent occupancy, never struggling to let this property with ease.

As an investment it is fantastic and as a home it could be just wonderful. With its ease of the town centre and proximity to the beaches coupled with the wonderful space, gorgeous architecture and abundance of character features this property ticks a multitude of boxes for a variety of buyers. We absolutely love it and think you will too.

WHAT WE LOVE: A detached Victorian townhouse in central Newquay and so close to the beach, it's so rare its practically unheard of. This home is beautiful and so convenient, we love it!


All measurements are approximate

Entrance Hall

Ground Floor WC

Kitchen/Diner

20' 2'' x 11' 6'' (6.15m x 3.5m)

Living Area

11' 6'' x 11' 6'' (3.5m x 3.5m)

Bedroom One including Ensuite

15' 8'' x 14' 1'' (4.77m x 4.3m)

Bedroom Two including Ensuite

15' 1'' x 11' 10'' (4.6m x 3.6m)

First Floor Landing

Bedroom Three

13' 9'' x 11' 6'' (4.2m x 3.5m)

Bedroom Four

13' 9'' x 11' 9'' (4.2m x 3.57m)

Bedroom Five

15' 7'' x 11' 9'' (4.75m x 3.57m)

Kitchen

Second Floor

Bedroom Six

9' 10'' x 18' 1'' (3m x 5.5m)

Bedroom Seven

10' 10'' x 12' 4'' (3.3m x 3.75m)

Council Tax Band: E


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Beachfield Avenue
Newquay TR7 1DP
County: Cornwall
Sale Type: For Sale
Ref #: CNN8386
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