St Paul's Old School House

Prices from £235,000 Download Brochure

A unique and rare development of 9 individual homes with parking residing on the fringes of Penzance town. Previously a former county school this sympathetic renovation retains many original features yet adding modern touches for everyday life.

Built to an exacting standard these properties will retain a period look with its granite walls, delabole slate style roofs and period correct gable ends. Inside will carry a modern look and feel with open plan living, modern insulation standards, light grey double glazed PVC windows and gas central heating. Ranging from well proportioned 1 bedroom homes to larger 2 bedroom dwellings with extra garden and courtyards, this is a rare opportunity to purchase a new home or investment a stones throw from the bustling town centre and waterfront.

Interior features will include LED down lighting and engineered oak floors in the living and kitchen areas. Bathrooms will be fitted with modern mixer showers and finished off with porcelain tiled floor and walls.

Kitchen: Shaker style kitchen with solid oak worktops and stainless steel accessories. Appliances include integrated fridge/freezer *dishwasher, electric oven, hobs and extractor fan.

Shower room: Grey porcelain tiled room with high quality white period fittings, chrome shower mixer and chrome heated towel radiator.

Penzance is located on the south facing shores of Mounts Bay dominated by the granite heights of St Michael?s Mount. A Popular destination for holiday makers 
and day trippers.

Famous for its family friendly sandy beaches, Jubilee Pool, St Michael?s Mount, nearby Cape Cornwall and Land?s End, the local area offers stunning coastal walks and further famous blue flag beaches at Sennen and Porthcurnow. With its busy fishing port, vibrant town and a ferry point to the Isles of Scilly it is a great place to live, enjoy or invest in.

The main shopping area is located around the Causeway Head pedestrian precinct and Market Jew Street with its raised granite walkway and statue of Sir Humphry Davy.

For a small Cornish market town, there is a good selection of shops and stores, catering to a range of tastes as well as a good selection of bars and restaurants around Chapel Street.
Truro: 45 minutes by car
London: Sleeper train from Penzance8 hours
Newquay Airport: 55 minutes by car

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