A character double fronted cottage in the heart of Cawsand, this Grade II listed home benefits from a flexible layout, sea views and a generous garden. The un-spoilt beaches of Kingsand and Cawsand are equidistant from Coast Cottage, as are the renowned local pubs, restaurants and cafes. The accommodation briefly comprises; three double bedrooms, kitchen/utility, living room, dining room, family bathroom, w/c, courtyard and garden. Viewing's a must!
The third bedroom, located to the left as you enter the house enjoys a perfectly framed view of the Congregational Church opposite, with its prominent period signage and charm. A dining room to the right of the door leads through to a spacious kitchen with an open plan utility/prep area. The hand crafted kitchen, with solid wooden worktops flows out to the private courtyard that is a real suntrap.
Two double bedrooms are located on the first floor, each with feature fireplaces and the master with a stunning sea view. The family bathroom with bath and overhead shower, has traditional panelling, a hand basin and w/c. On the half landing from the ground floor is an additional w/c.
The spacious living room is located within the eaves of the original roof, with feature timbers and two bright Dorma windows with uvpc windows. The views are terrific and stretch across the bay towards Fort Picklecombe and Plymouth.
The rear courtyard is the perfect location for entertaining guests, directly out from the kitchen. A real sun trap the feature stone walls provide a wonderful backdrop for Alfresco dining. Steps lead up to the private garden with views across the rooftops and out to sea. A panoramic vista that can be enjoyed at any time of the day. There is rear access across a path to New Road behind.
The twin villages of Kingsand and Cawsand are set upon the shore Plymouth Sound, in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty. The village is well equipped with amenities and a vibrant community all year round, but really comes to life in the warmer months as one of the premier tourist destinations on Cornwall’s Forgotten Corner.
The local primary school at Fourlanesend is rated “Good” and there are plenty of clubs and societies active year round in the village to cater for all ages. There are a number of cafes, public houses and shops which offer a diverse range of products to suit all tastes. Transport links are good, with ferries from Cawsand beach at the bottom of the road directly into the Barbican, Plymouth during the summer months. City Bus provides a reliable year-round bus service to Torpoint and Plymouth.
Tenure: Freehold | Local Authority: Cornwall Council | Council Tax Band: D | EPC: Exempt | Utilities: Mains water, drainage, electricity, internet. | Listed Building: Grade II in a Conservation Area.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||2.6%||£362,500||3||1|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£151,250 (4)||£253,235 (17)||£309,806 (26)||£458,182 (11)||-|
|Flats||£171,707 (7)||£319,990 (5)||£655,000 (4)||£315,000 (1)||-|
|All||£164,268 (11)||£268,407 (22)||£355,832 (30)||£446,250 (12)||-|