An aspirational coastal residence with uninterrupted sea and countryside views! This lovely three/four bedroom Art Deco detached house offers a superb seaside lifestyle with no onward chain.
Heralding from a time of high decadence, this stylish ‘Art Deco’ detached three-four bedroom detached dwelling is situated in one of Looe’s most sublime and inspirational front-line coastal positions. A combination of elegant crisp period architecture and a wonderful elevated position, this is an aspirational residence and was designed to capitalise on the stunning views of sea, landscape, St Georges Island and Rame Head
Offering no onward chain and landing on the property market for the first time in nearly 25 years, Ville Franche has been treasured by its current owners. Although in need of some improvement, opportunities to purchase a home with this setting are not commonplace which speak volumes of their appeal.
Internally there is a successful blend of modern appliances and character features typified by the welcoming entrance hallway, ground floor maple flooring and elegant staircase leading to the first floor.
The modern kitchen breakfast room incorporates a comprehensive range of units and fitted appliances. Offering sufficient space for dining furniture, this area connects to a sun terrace, utility, and modern tiled shower room.
A superb house for entertaining the large triple-aspect lounge and conservatory provide a perfect vantage point for the 180-degree panoramic view. Comfortable in size this is a naturally light area enhanced by neutral décor that promises to be a delightful and tranquil environment whatever the time of the year.
Completing the ground floor accommodation, home workers will be interested in the good-sized study, with access to a boiler room and integral garage with power and light. The dual aspect study with its lovely backdrop is versatile and could be used as an additional bedroom or capacity for hobbyists.
The first floor comprises of 3 double bedrooms, two with en-suite and the other with jack and jill access to the principal family bathroom. Bedrooms 3, and the master suite are located to the rear elevation. Providing elevated views akin to the ground floor and both have quality en-suite facilities. The principal master suite comprises of a double bedroom and large a state-of-the-art en-suite. In competition with the living room for the most stunning prospect, this is a great aspect to spectate seafaring traffic including leisure craft, day boats and fishing trawlers.
Warmed by gas central heating and double glazing, the property further benefits from off road parking, front rear gardens and a useful basement providing storage and the potential to incorporate and add to the accommodation subject to the necessary permissions and consent.
As of the rest of the house the garden offers itself as a blank canvas. Designed to be of low maintenance both front and rear plots are easily manageable. The front garden has space for potted trees and plants and is bordered by a driveway offering parking and access to the garage.
The principal garden is terraced and to the rear and revolves around the prized location and position. The main area to the garden is the level decked sun terrace, bordered by a glass balustrade and a wonderful vantage point for the view. This is an area with little to tend and suited for busy lifestyles or those who want to relax and enjoy the surroundings.
Terraced flower beds laid with chippings featuring a variety of shrubs and trees complement the space along with a footpath and gate. Nearby beaches are in close proximity and easily accessible via the coastal pathway at the rear of the property.
An exclusive residential area with great landscape value, Pendower Road and Bay View Road comprise a collection of sea facing properties that separate an outlook of the ocean with picturesque Cornish countryside. Looe is a famous fishing port and holiday destination on the Cornish Riviera with its stunning scenery and delightful coastal walks.
Steeped in history, Looe is bisected by the East Looe River, boasting sandy beaches and historic landmarks along with a variety of bars, restaurants and station providing access to the national rail network. Also, the highly regarded Barbican area is located just beside the town with both secondary and primary schools, shops, popular pub, and other amenities.
Services – Gas, water, electricity, and drainage
Garden Aspect - East
Garden Aspect - Southwest
Council Tax - E
Build - Circa 1930’s
Tenure – Freehold
SatNav - PL13 1LD
Vendors position – No onward chain
Services - Mains Water (Meter), Drainage and Electricity
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||4.8%||£323,328||2.3||0.8|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£240,619 (8)||£190,311 (40)||£374,973 (49)||£820,961 (33)||£674,750 (4)|
|Flats||£154,858 (6)||£217,533 (23)||£262,500 (2)||-||£495,000 (1)|
|All||£203,864 (14)||£199,021 (74)||£361,337 (55)||£820,961 (33)||£638,800 (5)|