By Mark McConville
ENJOY STUNNING views of St Michael’s Mount in this seven-bed manor house on the Cornish coast available for £2.5m.
Incredible images show the exterior of the large house and extensive gardens as well as the spectacular views of St Michael’s Mount.
Other striking shots show the shimmering indoor pool, cosy kitchen and spacious living areas as well as comfortable bedrooms.
The Old Manor House is located on Fore Street, Marazion, Cornwall and is currently listed by Strutt and Parker for £2.5m.
“The Old Manor House is a magnificent Grade II* Listed property, built in 1775, providing over 9,000 sq. ft. of living space,” states the listing.
“The property has a wealth of attractive period features including original slate floors, open fireplaces, sash windows, exposed beams, intricate cornices and wood panelling. The Old Manor House occupies an enviable waterside position in the heart of Marazion; exceptional views of the sea and St. Michael’s Mount can be enjoyed from many rooms in the house.
“On the ground floor is a welcoming reception hall, with oak archways and attractive Victorian floor tiles that leads to the kitchen/breakfast room and the downstairs reception rooms. The spacious kitchen/breakfast room features traditional wooden units, an integrated dishwasher and a double electric Aga.
“Further storage, and space for utilities, is provided in the scullery, laundry room and utility room, and there are also a number of store rooms. The dining room is located to the right of the entrance hall; a beautifully-presented reception room with wood panelling, exposed floorboards and a magnificent stone open fireplace. A games room is adjacent to the dining room, benefitting from bespoke wooden fitted storage units.
“Accessed via an enclosed cobbled courtyard with a shower, and a glass walkway that leads through the gardens, is an indoor swimming pool. Three sets of French doors lead out to the gardens, making the pool perfect for summer parties.
“Four further reception rooms are found on the first floor; the largest of which is a magnificent drawing room with wood panelling, detailed coving, an open fireplace and an intricately decorated ceiling. A small set of stairs leads up to a conservatory, with lovely views of the church and towards the sea.
“There is also a snug with intricate coving, an open fireplace and wood panelling, plus a large library with a marble fireplace, bespoke fitted bookcases and three large sash windows with views out towards the sea. Two double bedrooms, a safe room and a shower room complete the first floor.
“The master bedroom is located on the second floor. This attractive room has a high vaulted ceiling with exposed beams, three large sash windows providing views of St. Michael’s Mount and an en suite shower room.
“There are four further double bedrooms on the second floor, two with en suite shower rooms and one with an en suite bathroom featuring an elegant claw-foot freestanding bath. The front-facing bedrooms all have magnificent views of the sea and St. Michael’s Mount. There is also a cloakroom and separate shower room.”