As far as locations go in Cornwall, Coverack is certainly one of the best and this detached bungalow is in a fantastic spot away from the hustle and bustle of the village but still having amazing views of the sea and only around a 5 minute stroll to the beach. Parking is a plenty on the plot with enough room for at least 5 cars and the potential to create more if so required. If extra parking isn't on the to do list then the lawned garden to the front of the property is a blank canvas for the avid gardener. Yet the raised patio off the lounge is where you will want to be. Grab a tipple of your choice, sit back and take in the stunning views. If that's not enough, at the back of the property there is a further surprisingly spacious garden where again the views can be enjoyed. Inside, the handy porch leads to the hallway and from here there is access to two bedrooms, a bathroom, a separate WC and the lounge/dining room. The kitchen is accessed from the lounge. On the first floor there is an excellent size attic room with Velux windows looking out to the sea. Our client has successfully holiday let the property and is offering a sale with no onward chain.
Coverack is a stunning location, nestled in a sheltered cove on the Eastern side of the Lizard Peninsula, there is a crescent shaped beach offering access to crystal clear waters perfect for swimming, kayaking and paddle boarding. The heart of the village is the traditional fishing harbour constructed in 1724 from local serpentine and still home to working fishing boats bringing in the catch on a daily basis. The old Lifeboat House now offers fish and chips that can be enjoyed on the harbour and The Paris Hotel offers a great range of food and drinks. There are also a variety of small cafe's, restaurants and shops as well as a Primary School. Gazing down onto the bay below is the pretty 19th-century church of St Peter which is almost chapel-like in appearance and has a pulpit made of the famous local serpentine stone. With the beautiful coastline of the Lizard Peninsula stretching out in both directions Coverack is a great starting point for a coastal walk.
Attic Room and Cloakroom (with WC)
The plot that the property sits on is surprisingly large and, subject to any necessary planning permission, has scope to extend. There are two areas of well tended lawn at the front which are blank canvasses for the avid gardener or could be made into additional parking. At the rear, the elevated garden is also well maintained and enjoys the views on offer.
Plenty of parking at the front and side.
The vendor has advised us that the property is registered for small business rates and is therefore currently classed for holiday use. However, the property was originally a residential dwelling. The property is also officially known as 'Deusfield'
It is a legal requirement that we receive verified id from all buyers before a sale can be instructed. We ask for your cooperation on this matter to ensure there is no unnecessary delay in agreeing a sale. We will inform you of the process once your offer has been accepted.
Before agreeing a sale, we will require proof of your financial ability to purchase. Again, we ask for your cooperation on this matter to avoid any unnecessary delays in agreeing a sale and we will inform you of what we require prior to agreeing a sale.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||-||£332,000 (5)||£354,231 (13)||£795,585 (17)||£418,750 (4)|
|Flats||£235,000 (1)||-||£245,000 (2)||£225,000 (1)||-|
|All||£235,000 (1)||£332,000 (5)||£325,625 (16)||£763,886 (18)||£418,750 (4)|