A charming fisherman's cottage situated in Upper Meadow, in a peaceful pedestrianized location within a short stroll of the stunning Porthmeor Beach, popular with surfers and swimmers alike, and the many splendid attractions, amenities and wonders that St Ives has to offer just waiting to be experienced.
Beautifully presented cottage oozing character and charm offers flexible living accommodation set over two floors. The living space includes a well-appointed kitchen/dining room and
living room to the ground floor with two bedrooms and a shower room to the first-floor.
With the added bonus of a self-contained studio bedroom with an en-suite shower room, this versatile space serves well as an extra double bedroom too, ideal for when guests and family come to stay, if not it's the perfect surfers' pad!
Currently used as a holiday let and with the benefit of being sold fully furnished, excluding the vendors personal possessions, this property would make an ideal holiday home, a fantastic rental investment, or a superb home.
The front stable door opens into the kitchen/dining room where light shines through from the glazed sash windows at the front aspect, featuring a pretty window seat its an ideal spot to sit and relax with a book.
The traditional style kitchen offers a range of contemporary eye level base units in a white finish, with a striking black worktop incorporating a stainless-steel single sink drainer unit and fountain tap over.
For cooking, there is an electric oven with a matching hob over. The kitchen also benefits from integral appliances including a dishwasher, fridge and washing/machine/dryer, all within easy reach.
There is plenty of room for a dining table too and beneath the window to the side aspect is a small cupboard providing useful storage space.
A cosy room with granite walls washed in white natural paintwork creating a fresh look, featuring exposed timber beams to the ceiling and a tiled flooring in contrasting charcoal tones. From here a door leads into the living room.
The living room, decorated with white-washed walls, features an exposed timber beamed ceiling and dual aspect windows, where plenty of natural light floods in and views of roof tops and the sea beyond can be appreciated.
The cosy living room has plenty of space for all to gather with room for side furniture, a comfy sofa and armchairs. A great space to relax in the evening after a long day exploring.
A feature fireplace is the main focal point of the room with wooden mantle above and to the floor is carpeted in a neutral grey shade. From here, a staircase leads to the first-floor landing where both bedrooms can be located.
At the top of the staircase and immediately to the left is the larger of the bedrooms, being bedroom one which is double in size with space for bedroom furniture and benefits from an inbuilt cupboard offering useful hanging space and shelving.
This larger bedroom is well-lit from the sash window to the rear aspect and has beautiful views over the rooftops to Porthmeor beach and over to St Nicholas Chapel and the Island.
Bedroom two, also on the left adjoining the main bedroom, is a good-sized single room and currently accommodating bunkbeds. Natural light shines through from the sash window to the front aspect.
The shower room features a three-piece suite, in white, comprising of a shower enclosure with electric Mira shower, pedestal hand-wash basin and low-level WC. Partial tiling and a heated towel rail nicely finishes things off, while an opaque window to the front aspect allows light in.
Both bedrooms are finished with neutral décor of white-washed granite walls with neutral grey carpeting.
The Surfside Studio is a versatile space with laminated floor, where a set of patio doors allow plenty of natural light and open into the courtyard garden. The studio comprises an additional bedroom for guests who appreciate having their own en-suite facilities.
To the left of the en-suite is a hanging space and some handy shelving.
The en-suite is fitted with a shower enclosure with an electric Mira shower over. A hand-wash basin inset into a vanity unit, with mirror above, and a low-level WC, and a heated towel rail completes the look.
The Surfside Studio bedroom is set apart and completely independent of the main cottage with its own courtyard hidden behind planted borders and walling, whilst providing privacy, it's a complete sun trap!
The cottage is currently a popular holiday let with St Ives Holidays.
The cottage lies within a traffic-free pedestrianized one, within easy walking distance of the beautiful, historical and picturesque harbour, with its turquoise waters and sandy beaches.
Porthmeor Beach, popular with surfers and swimmers alike, is a stone's throw away. The award-winning Porthminster beach and Porthgwidden beach are also close by, both family favourites.
The famous Barbara Hepworth Museum and the Bernard Leach Pottery, and many shops and galleries including Tate St Ives, and award-winning restaurants are on the doorstep.
Winding cobbled streets are also vibrant with ancient pubs and trendy cafes, offering Cornwall's fabulous delicacies.
For the energetic, cliff top walks to the west of St Ives can be exhilarating while the boutiques and galleries provide more tranquil havens.
St Ives and Carbis Bay are well served with doctors, dentists, professional services. There are an array of supermarkets and schooling, with a leisure centre too.
The local branch line from St Ives to St Erth is one of the most picturesque in the country. The branch line takes you into St Erth where the main line goes into London Paddington. Newquay Airport is approximately 40 miles away and offers daily flights to London and a growing number of cities and overseas destinations, with the A30 trunk road providing fast access to the M5 motorway network at Exeter.
A charming cottage offering cosy living space, boasting a separate studio bedroom and courtyard garden, within walking distance of the beach, the perfect holiday bolt hole or home!
For clarification we wish to inform prospective purchasers that the sales particulars produced by this company should only be used as a general guide. We have not carried out a detailed survey, nor tested the services, or specific fittings. All measurements are approximate.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||7.2%||£834,583||3.8||2|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£446,000 (5)||£359,309 (29)||£538,570 (42)||£824,167 (18)||£788,333 (9)|
|Flats||£266,244 (8)||£447,126 (23)||£698,564 (7)||£895,000 (1)||-|
|All||£335,381 (13)||£392,997 (53)||£561,427 (49)||£760,476 (21)||£788,333 (9)|