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Treloyhan Manor, Trelyon Avenue, St Ives, TR26

Guide price £495,000

1 Bed 1 Bath 1 Reception

REF: TRU230063


**** EARLY BIRD SPECIAL **** Purchase your own piece of Cornish history at St Ives' most exclusive address! Treloyhan is a 19th century manor, built by local shipping magnate and former Mayor of St Ives, Edward Hain. This breathtaking manor provides a rare opportunity to purchase a luxurious apartment with magnificent views across St Ives Bay and all within a stone's throw of Cornwall's most spectacular beaches. Finished to the highest standard, these one, two and three bedroom apartments include bespoke Nolte German kitchens with fully integrated Miele appliances, Blanco sinks, Quooker hot water taps and luxury wine fridges. The bathrooms enjoy floor to ceiling porcelain tiles and Villeroy and Boch sanitaryware complimented by brushed gold brassware and rain fall showers. The bedrooms are fitted with Wool Loop carpets and all interior doors are oak panelled. All units benefit from an energy efficient electric heating system. Outside, the property will enjoy the landscaped sub-tropical gardens, private parking spaces, access to EV charging spaces and a shared bicycle store. With an on-site 24-hour concierge, buyers will enjoy access to five-star services at the world renowned Carbis Bay Hotel, that recently hosted the G7 conference. Access to their fine selection of restaurants and bars, including the Michelin starred Ugly Butterfly, their tranquil Spa and privately owned Blue Flag beach. Lettings We have partnered Carbis Bay Estate on holiday lettings, so if you are interested in letting your apartment when not in use, your guests can benefit from the five-star Carbis Bay Estate experience. Further details on investment returns can be provided upon request. Tenure The apartments will be sold on a leasehold basis with the benefit of a 999 year term. Distances Porthminster Beach - 5 minute walk Carbis Bay Beach - 10 minute walk