Situated in a quiet residential area of the village and yet just a short distance from the waterfront and heart of the village. This fabulous cottage offers the increasingly rare opportunity to acquire a spacious period cottage with residents parking and garage so close to the harbour front. The cottage has been a well loved home holiday home for over 20 years but would equally suit as a main residence. Well presented and upgraded in recent years, including double glazing, contemporary shower room and new bathroom, the cottage retains many character features including beamed ceilings and panelled doors.
• A wonderful three bedroom character cottage located close to the harbour front within the highly desired harbourside village • Double fronted spacious property with generous family accommodation including cosy sitting room, dining room with snug, kitchen breakfast room, bathroom and shower room • Attractive double fronted period cottage with a wealth of character features and distant sea views from all three bedrooms • Sun trap rear patio garden with delightful summer house • The property benefits from a no through private road residents parking and a single garage • On the market for the first time in over 20 years this fabulous cottage is suitable both as a main residence or home from home with holiday letting income.
The Cottage A part glazed porch with slate floor is large enough for coats, boats and beach kit. The cosy sitting room has two windows to the front, beamed ceiling, open staircase to the first floor and feature fireplace with stone surround (not currently in use), with cupboard to the side. A door leads to the kitchen, another to the dining room and an opening with under stairs cupboard also leads into the dining room. The dining room also has a window to the front and a stable door leading to a rear area that is currently used for storage, but could also be used as a cosy snug or study area.
Ground Floor Contd The well equipped kitchen breakfast room is not only spacious with a range of fitted cupboards, but also light with window and door to the back garden and large skylight. Integrated appliances include a built in oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer and dishwasher. The luxurious recently upgraded shower room has a window to the garden, corner shower, WC and wash basin, heated towel rail and utility and linen cupboard which houses the washing machine.
First Floor The first floor landing with loft access has a window to the garden and built in closet. The main bedroom has a built in double wardrobe and enjoys village and distant sea views. Bedroom two is currently configured as a twin room, has a double wardrobe and airing cupboard housing the hot water tank and wash hand basin. The delightful sea and village views from this room take in Nare Head and Gull Rock. The third single bedroom with built in bunk beds also has a built in cupboard and enjoys the village and water outlook.
Outside To the front of the property is an attractive paved patio area. The larger garden lies at the rear and is paved for ease of maintenance. Sheltered and with well stabled shrubs and timber fencing for privacy, there are two main sitting areas to capture the best of the sun throughout the day. At the rear of the garden is a wonderfully block built summer house with uPVC double glazed French Doors, power and light connected and could also serve as a studio. The single garage is very close by and has an up and over door and can be accessed from the private road or via pedestrian access from the garden.
Services The following services are available: Mains electric, metered mains water and mains drainage. BT phone line connected and Broadband enabled.
Agents Note The cottage offer sesonal holidays lettings through Cassic Cottages, and has a long established letting record. Please contact the vendors sole agent for further information.
Portscatho Portscatho is one of the most well known and well loved villages on the Roseland Peninsula, an unspoilt area of Cornwall's south coast. An active community, the village is served by a range of shops and caters for day to day needs including art galleries, general store, butchers, café, public house, harbour club, and doctor's surgery. A pretty church, primary school and public house are found in the neighbouring village of Gerrans. Portscatho's enduring appeal is bolstered by a fantastic local food scene, lead by the now legendary Hidden Hut Beach Cafe just along the coastal path at Porthcurnick Beach, described by The Telegraph as the 'hottest destination in the county, if not the country'. The team behind the café have also added a beach front coffee shop and tavern in the village itself and the Driftwood Hotel with its Michelin starred restaurant is also close by at Rosevine.
The Roseland The Roseland is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with delightful harbour and rural villages, popular stretch of the South West Coastal Path and golden sand beaches and hidden coves. Further along the peninsula is St Anthony's National Trust headland with its iconic lighthouse and lesser known golden beaches of Towan and Mulunan. The elegant sailing resort of St Mawes is just five miles away, where the passenger ferry takes you to the vibrant town of Falmouth and the cathedral city of Truro is 15 miles distant. The nearest train stations for services to London are at Truro and St Austell and Newquay airport, for flights to London, is less than an hour away.
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