St ives In recent years St Ives has become one of Europe's premier holiday destinations, famed not only for its beautiful beaches and coastal paths but also for the maze of narrow, cobbled streets packed with restaurants, galleries, cafés and local bars and all lead down onto the picturesque harbourside. There are five sandy beaches, including neighbouring Carbis Bay, three of which are award-winning, blue flag beaches; the coastal paths provide a treat for walkers and bird-watchers alike.
The town is also renowned for its artist community; many artists live in and visit St Ives because the light is said to be special and, let's face it, it's a very beautiful place. There are galleries, art shops and artistic inspiration all over the town including the Tate, and the Barbara Hepworth museum and sculpture garden.
The town has a lovely mix of smaller, independent shops and high street stores. There are plenty of gift, ice cream and surf shops but also a great butcher, clothes shops and newsagents. There is a Co-op for groceries or an out-of-town Tesco some 2 miles away.
Entrance Multi pane front door opening into:
Reception hall Original tiled flooring and floorboards. Night storage heater. Doors into.
Dining room 11' 08" x 8' 01" (3.56m x 2.46m) Tiled flooring. Sash window to front aspect overlooking the fore garden. Tiled fireplace with mantle and hearth. Understairs storage cupboard. Opening into.
Kitchen 15' 09" x 5' 06" (4.8m x 1.68m) Tiled flooring. Base level units and drawers offering rolled edge worksurfaces above with recesses below for a washing machine and tumble dryer and under counter fridge. Recces for an electric cooker. Double glazed window and double glazed door looking into the conservatory.
Conservatory 21' 02" x 5' 01" (6.45m x 1.55m) Double glazed windows to the rear aspect offering stunning views over Porthmeor beach. Double glazed door offering access into the kitchen. Steps leading down to the rear porch where there is a storage cupboard along with the rear door that opens onto the pavement from where you are able to access Porthmeor beach via the steps directly opposite.
Returning to the reception hall, there are further doors opening into:
Bathroom Low level W/c. Twin gripped panel bath with electric shower over. Pedestal hand wash basin. Tiled surrounds and splashbacks. Sash window to the front aspect.
Separate W/C Low level W/c. Vanity hand wash basin. Tiled surrounds and splashbacks.
Living room 13' 03" x 12' 07" (4.04m x 3.84m) Floorboards. Stone feature fireplace with mantle above. Glazed windows looking into the conservatory along with offering views through the conservatory out over Porthmeor beach.
Open tread staircase rising to the first floor landing.
Landing Floorboards. Steps up to a double glazed door that opens out onto the balcony. Doors into:
Bedroom 13' 02" x 8' 05" (4.01m x 2.57m) Floorboards. Storage cupboard. Night storage heater. Double aspect sash windows to the front and rear aspect offering stunning views over Porthmeor to the rear.
Bedroom 13' 01" x 8' 04" (3.99m x 2.54m) Floorboards. Corner shower cubicle. Double aspect sash windows to the front and rear aspect with stunning views over Pporthmeor.
Balcony 21' 11" x 13' 10" (6.68m x 4.22m) Accessed via the double glazed door from the landing. The balcony offers the finest views over Porthmeor possible. Taking in the full vista of the beach from Clodgy across to The Island. The balcony creates a great seating and sunbathing area and offers a high degree of privacy.
Outside To the front of the property is an open fore garden with mature flower beds and a central gate opening onto The Meadow
|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)|