Nestled in the tranquil village of Portloe, incredibly spacious and versatile character cottage with three double rooms renovated to high standards with stunning sea & coastline views. Rarity with parking. Elevated landscaped gardens with views and a lovely warm ambient feel throughout.
Nestled quietly in central Portloe, this recently renovated Cottage, full of charm, offering a warm ambience with carefully selected de ́cor is incredibly spacious throughout with an extremely versatile layout. Enjoying stunning dramatic views of the coastline and sea with the rarity of witnessing the everchanging tides. The cottage has been very successfully let for many weeks achieving a very lucrative income with the owners also enjoying time throughout the year making the most of this unspoilt fishing village on the beautiful Roseland Peninsula.
The property has the rarity of off-road parking which is a huge bonus. It can be accessed from the ‘main’ road or from the rear, close to the parking space, via short path through the elevated garden which has wonderful views and has been cleverly laid out to provide several areas to relax and appreciate the views. From the road it certainly does not depict the depth of accommodation the property has to offer. Spread out over three floors with a very versatile living space which means it can easily accommodate two couples or a large family. The ground floor sitting room is very cosy with a featured stone wall, log burner and beamed ceilings. This room could be utilised as a studio, office or day room. To the rear is the master bedroom which has an en suite bathroom. A door leads to external steps leading up to the gardens.
There are stairs from the sitting room up to the first- floor level where there are two further double bedrooms, one with an en suite shower room. Stairs then lead up to the top floor which has very impressive living spaces. There is a good size dining room which can adequately sit 10 guests, with beautiful views looking down to the coastline. The
main living room is large, bright and sunny with a log burner for chilly evenings and has breath taking views over the ever-changing seas. Patio doors lead out to a beautiful sun terrace. Perfect for al fresco dining.
The kitchen is semi-open plan to the living room with a large open hatch and breakfast bar. The kitchen is fully fitted with wall and floor units, an electric Aga and integrated appliances. This floor also has a shower room with shower cubicle, basin and wc and a utility room with fitted cupboards, sink and space for washing machine and tumble dryer.
Overall, this is a truly beautiful, spacious and well- maintained cottage in immaculate order which has been successfully let by the present owners and is ready for new owners to move into this quiet Cornish village and enjoy many years here.
Outside is a large paved area laid out over several different levels with an alfresco dining area and a decked seating area for enjoying the sun and the stunning views. Off the decked area are steps leading down to the master bedroom. There is a pathway leading to the rear of the cottage which gives access to the parking space.
Space to rear, held on 999 year lease.
Available by separate negotiation except personal items.
Cornwall Coastal Path: 150 yards. Harbour Slipway: 150 yards. The Ship Inn and Lugger Restaurant: 150 yards. Bus Stop: 100 yards (daily bus to Truro). St Mawes : 8.6 miles. City of Truro: 12 miles. Veryan: 1.5 miles. Carne Beach: 2 miles. St Austell: 12 miles (direct trains to London Paddington in 4.5 hours). Cornwall Airport Newquay: 20 miles (daily 80 minute flights to London and Manchester).
Portloe is a very attractive, magical and unspoilt working fishing village, located on the Roseland Peninsula famed as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The area offers a fantastic array of outdoor pursuits including sailing, kayaking, cycling and horse riding. The walking is also extensive, with direct access to The South West Coastal Path providing miles of stunning coastal scenery. The National Trust owned Carne Beach offers a wide expanse of clean sand and safe bathing. The village itself has an active community and offers a number of amenities including a much-loved church, The Ship Inn and the chic Lugger Hotel and Restaurant. The nearby village of Veryan provides further amenities including a primary school and a shop with post office. More extensive facilities can be found in neighbouring St Mawes and Tregony. The Cathedral City of Truro is the commercial centre for Cornwall & provides excellent private and state schooling at primary, secondary and higher education levels.
Mains water, electricity and drainage. Electric Aga. Air source heat pump for water and heating. Telephone and television points. Nb: The electrical circuit, appliances and heating systems have not been tested by the agents.
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|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||3.5%||£297,500||3.5||1|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£245,000 (2)||£374,500 (7)||£506,991 (16)||£940,917 (12)||£1,538,889 (9)|
|Flats||£300,000 (1)||£225,000 (1)||£795,000 (1)||-||-|
|All||£263,333 (3)||£355,813 (8)||£506,939 (19)||£940,917 (12)||£1,538,889 (9)|