Breathtaking sea views over Gerrans bay & Portscatho harbour. This beautifully presented and spacious three bedroom house benefits from off road parking, garage, front and rear gardens. Access onto North Parade and within 150 yards to Harbour/ village centre.
An extremely versatile three bedroom property boasting a commanding position within the village of Portscatho with spectacular views of the harbour, far reaching sea and surrounding coastline views. The property benefits from off road parking and a garage which is a huge bonus being so close to the seafront. There is also pedestrian access directly onto North Parade from the rear garden which has a large decked area and an infinity style swimming pool overlooking Gerrans Bay.
The house itself is beautifully presented having been through a renovation project by the current owners. It is spacious, light and airy with large windows to maximise the views. Sea views can be enjoyed from the kitchen, living / dining room and all three of the bedrooms upstairs with one of the bedrooms having the advantage of a walk-out balcony.
All major furniture is included in the sale. An internal viewing is strongly recommended for this rare opportunity.
Ground Floor: Entrance Hallway, Open Plan Living Dining Room, Kitchen, Utility Room. First Floor: Landing, Bedroom 1 with En Suite Shower Room, Bedroom 2 with Balcony, Bedroom 3, Family Bathroom, Separate WC.
Outside: Garage, Off Road Parking, Landscaped Gardens Front and Rear, Outdoor Swimming Pool, Pedestrian Access onto North Parade.
The Hidden Hut & Porthcurnick Beach: 700 yard walk. Driftwood Michelin Star Restaurant & Hotel: 1 mile walk or 1.7 miles by car. Portscatho village centre and beach: 350 yard walk. Bus stop: On the doorstep! (Number 50 bus to St Mawes, Tregony and Truro). St Mawes: 4 miles (20 minutes pedestrian ferry to Falmouth). King Harry Car Ferry: 5 miles. Truro: 9 miles by car ferry or 15 miles. St Austell: 15 miles (London Paddington circa 4.5 hours by rail). Falmouth: 15 miles by car ferry. Cornwall Airport Newquay: 24 miles, daily flights to London Heathrow (70 minutes).
Portscatho is an attractive, unspoilt coastal village in the outstanding natural beauty of the Roseland Peninsula. It has a small harbour, safe beaches, lovely country and cliff walks, and sailing and other facilities within easy reach. There are sufficient shops for day to day and other needs, a Post Office, 2 pubs and a restaurant. In addition there is a Church, Doctors' surgery and Squash club. The local primary school is less than half a mile distant.
In a wider context, Cornwall has been enjoying a renaissance offering a range of accessible attractions such as the Eden Project, the National Maritime Museum, the Lost Gardens of Heligan, the Tate Gallery and Truro Cathedral. Fine dining Michelin star and celebrity chef restaurants are in abundance, including Rick Stein (Falmouth, Porthleven and Padstow), Jamie Oliver (Fifteen), Nathan Outlaw (Port Isaac), Paul Ainsworth (Padstow), and the Roseland's own Chris Eden at the Driftwood, Rosevine.
Covered fully glazed front door with glazed side panel. Exposed timber floorboards. Stairs to first floor. Three under stairs storage cupboards. Honeywell central heating thermostat. Radiator. Wall mounted electric panel heater. Small pane double doors to:
Beautifully flowing L shaped room with dining and living areas with large central picture window offering superb views looking across the timber decked sun terrace and infinity style pool out to Gerrans Bay and open sea beyond and also coastal views towards Nare Head. Portland Stone Minster style feature fireplace with matching hearth and mantelpiece. Television and telephone points. Built-in floor to ceiling bookcase. Exposed timber floorboards. Two radiators. Door to rear garden. Small paned glazed door to:
Range of wall (some with glazed fronts) and floor units with black granite style work surfaces over. Built in drawer units. Wall mounted plate rack with shelf above. Inset one and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap. Tiled splashbacks. Concealed lighting. Electric cooker with extractor hood over. Built-in Bosch dishwasher. Exposed timber floor boards. Central islands unit with built-in cupboards and drawers. Fridge freezer. Radiator with thermostatic control. Large shelved pantry. Glazed double patio doors to rear garden. Door to:
Built in shelved cupboard. Washing machine and tumble drier with work surface directly over and shelving above. Tiled floor. Wall mounted vertical radiator. Freezer. Shower cubicle with rainwater shower head. Door to front garden. Further door to:
White Heritage suite comprising wall mounted wash hand basin and wc. Dado rail. Tiled floor.
Window to front overlooking landscaped gardens. Radiator with thermostatic control. Doors to bedrooms, bath / shower room and separate wc. Small study area with space for desk and inset electric floor sockets.
Beautiful panoramic views of Portscatho harbour, across Gerrans Bay to coastline at Pednvadan, towards Pendower Beach and out to Nare Head with Gull Rock and Dodman Point in the distance. Radiator with thermostatic control. Television point. Built in double wardrobe with hanging rail, shelving and cupboard above. Door to:
White Heritage suite comprising wash basin with built in cupboards below and tiled splashback, wc, and built in tiled shower cubicle with obscure glazed door and rainwater head shower. Extractor fan. Wall mounted towel rail. Tiled floor.
Beautiful panoramic views as bedroom 1. Built in double wardrobe with shelving and cupboard above. Radiator with thermostatic control. Wall mounted air conditioning unit. Door to:
Again with stunning water views. Slate tile floor.
Stunning water views again. Radiator with thermostatic control. Built-in double wardrobe with shelving and cupboard above. Hatch to roof space.
White suite comprising panelled bath, wash basin inset into vanity unit with cupboards under, tiled shower cubicle with rainwater style shower head. Extractor fan. Towel rail. Tiled floor. Range of fitted cupboards with shelving and drawers. Concealed shaver point. Two wall mounted mirrors.
White Heritage wc. Tiled floor.
Middle garage of block of three. Up-and-over door.
Off street parking area shared with numbers 2 and 3 Shute Meadow. Additional street-level private parking also shared with numbers 2 and 3 Shute Meadow.
From New Road a driveway leads off to the garage. Steps lead to the garden area where there is a timber outbuilding, paved patio area with table and chairs. Steps lead down to the front door, log store, raised lawn, flower beds including lilacs, fuchsias, hydrangeas, agapanthus, camellias, roses and various other plants and an apple tree. Oil tank with surrounding trellis. Large painted timber shed divided into two with entrance doors at each end, each side with windows, power and lighting. Path to side of house with outdoor sink, shower and oil fired boiler.
The rear garden has been landscaped by the current owners with a stone paved patio running directly across the back of the house and a large timber decked sun terrace with infinity style swimming pool that has views out towards the harbour and Gerrans Bay. Wall mounted electrically operated sun awning. Paved steps with flower boarders down to further paved patio currently used as out...
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|End terrace house||10.4%||£450,263||3.2||1.3|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£232,983 (3)||£315,269 (24)||£400,071 (43)||£596,898 (28)||£945,990 (10)|
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|All||£203,377 (11)||£295,872 (36)||£407,457 (47)||£607,178 (29)||£945,990 (10)|