Location location location! This substantial property thought to have been originally built as a Victorian holiday Villa stands proudly overlooking the bay at the heart of the village. The property offers spacious and versatile accommodation with all front facing rooms benefiting from outstanding views of the beach, sea and harbour to the headland. There is also a useful Net Loft to the rear as well as a walled courtyard garden perfect for alfresco dining and entertaining and a generous raised lawned garden area. Perfectly placed to access all that this gorgeous harbourside village has to offer.
Coverack is a stunning location, nestled in a sheltered cove on the Eastern side of the Lizard Peninsula, there is a crescent shaped beach offering access to crystal clear waters perfect for swimming, kyacking and paddle boarding. The heart of the village is the traditional fishing harbour constructed in 1724 from local serpentine and still home to working fishing boats bringing in the catch on a daily basis. The old Lifeboat House now offers fish and chips that can be enjoyed on the harbour and The Paris Hotel offers a great range of food and drinks, there are also a variety of small cafe's, restaurants and shops as well as a Primary School. Gazing down onto the bay below is the pretty 19th-century church of St Peter which is almost chapel-like in appearance and has a pulpit made of the famous local serpentine stone.
The property is entered via a substantial timber door which leads into an entrance vestibule and in turn to the hallway. A spacious central hallway with a sweeping staircase rising to the first floor and access to the sitting room, drawing room and dining room. The sitting room is a cosy yet spacious room enjoying super sea views and a log burner set in marble effect fireplace. The drawing room offers a versatile space in which to live or work again with wonderful views and a log burner. The dining room is a most impressive slate floored room with log burner set in inglenook fireplace with granite lintel this leads onto the kitchen again with slate tiled floor. The kitchen is fitted with a range style oven and offers traditional style storage with granite worktops over and a Belfast style sink there is a stable door offering access to the garden and also a light breakfast area.
Halfway up the previously mentioned staircase is a stunning arched stained glass window, this is a lovely feature and floods the stairwell with light. The first floor landing gives access to all bedrooms and the family bathroom. The master bedroom is a super room of excellent size with two windows to front one of which is a bay and provides for a particularly lovely seating area from which to enjoy the outstanding views. The second bedroom is another double also enjoying super views. Bedroom three is currently set up as a family room with a window to the side. The family bathroom is of good size with the freestanding bath a real feature.
The outside space is a huge asset at this property. Accessed via a pedestrian gate to the side there is a sheltered and enclosed courtyard perfect for alfresco dining and entertaining. Steps lead from the courtyard to the raised garden area, a generous lawned garden offering views of the village and the countryside beyond as well as limited sea views. Also accessed from the courtyard is the:
A super addition to the property the Net Loft has previously been used by our clients as occasional accommodation. The main area is light with is a kitchenette and Belfast sink to the rear. There is a wet room and a mezzanine sleeping platform. Subject to any necessary consents being obtained and further updating works this could potentially produce an additional income as a studio holiday let.
Mains electricity, water and drainage. Oil fired central heating.
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|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||-||£332,000 (5)||£354,231 (13)||£795,585 (17)||£418,750 (4)|
|Flats||£235,000 (1)||-||£245,000 (2)||£225,000 (1)||-|
|All||£235,000 (1)||£332,000 (5)||£325,625 (16)||£763,886 (18)||£418,750 (4)|