Sought after position in picturesque fishing village
Far reaching sea and countryside views
Private off street parking & communal gardens
Could make an ideal home, Cornish bolthole or investment
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Description Nestled in a highly sought after elevated position, enjoying far reaching views across Porthallow Cove and the picturesque surrounding countryside, "Beach View" is an immaculately presented one bedroom apartment benefitting from private off street parking and the use of beautifully landscaped communal gardens. This delightful property could make an ideal home, Cornish bolthole or investment, having previously been utilised as a holiday let.
Beach View has been tastefully updated throughout by the current owners with a fresh and contemporary finish. A real feature of this property is the light and spacious triple aspect reception room which incorporates kitchen, dining and living areas which open out onto the decked balcony. The balcony is a fantastic spot for alfresco dining in the summer months whilst enjoying the sea views towards St Anthony's Lighthouse. The remaining accommodation comprises a welcoming entrance hall, good size double bedroom with sea and countryside views and a well-appointed shower room. There is a private storage space beneath the property, which could be perfect for storing paddle boards and canoes after a day at the beach! The impeccably maintained communal grounds are mainly laid to lawn and incorporate the communal laundry room.
Location Porthallow, meaning "port at the end of the moor" is an unspoilt traditional fishing village which has been flourishing since the 13th century. 'The Five Pilchards' public house is a popular draw for the village and has been ever since it was first established in 1830, indeed the Inn was central to a newspaper advertising campaign in the 1880's, which aimed to entice people to the village! The Fat Apples Café on the edge of the village is also a popular spot. For outdoor enthusiasts the pebbly beach, sea and surrounding countryside provide opportunity for a range of outdoor pursuits and is along the South West coastal path.
Approximately two miles from Porthallow one can find the village of St Keverne. At the heart of the village is the quaint central square which is renowned for its period architecture, prominent landmark 15th Century church and range of shops and services. St Keverne benefits from a good range of amenities and services including parish church, primary school, doctor's surgery, post office, public house, butchers and newsagents.
Within approximately 14 miles of Porthallow is the bustling market town of Helston. Acting as the gateway to the Lizard Peninsula, which is renowned for its picturesque coastline, Helston is a popular market town boasting a charming town centre filled with historic architecture, cafes, public houses and an eclectic range of independent and chain stores. The town offers a range of amenities and facilities including a sports centre with swimming pool, primary and secondary schooling, sixth form College, doctors surgeries, supermarkets, houses of worship and public parks.
entrancehall UPVC double glazed window to the rear. Laminate flooring. Marble effect breakfast bar. Storage cupboard with space and plumbing for slimline washing machine. Door to:-
openplanreceptionroom16' 9" x 16' 9" (5.11m x 5.11m) An exceptionally light and bright triple aspect reception space incorporating kitchen, living and dining areas. Doors to bedroom, shower room and balcony.
Livingarea UPVC double glazed window with sea and countryside views. UPVC door to balcony. Engineered oak flooring. Electric panel radiator. Electric stove.
Kitchen/dinerarea A high quality kitchen fitted with a range of waist and eye level shaker style cabinets with granite effect countertops and polished granite splashbacks. Single bowl stainless steel sink unit with drainer and swan neck mixer tap. Electric oven with extractor hood over. Built in dishwasher. Space for fridge/ freezer. UPVC double glazed windows to rear and side. Engineered oak flooring. Recessed lighting.
Bedroom10' 7" x 8' 8" (3.23m x 2.64m) Maximum Measurements UPVC double glazed window to rear with sea and countryside views. Engineered oak flooring. Electric panel radiator.
Showerroom8' 7" x 8' 2" (2.62m x 2.49m) A large and luxuriously appointed shower room with dual flush wc, hand wash basin and walk in shower cubicle with wall mounted shower. Obscure double glazed window to side aspect. Heated towel rail. Recessed lighting.
Outside The owners have use of the well landscaped communal gardens overlooking Porthallow Cove. The gardens have picnic tables and play areas. There is an allocated private parking space.
Laundryroom The communal area is fitted with a coin operated tumble dryer and washing machine.
Storagearea There is storage space underneath the property.
Agentsnoteone The property is leasehold with the remainder of 999 year lease which commenced on the 25th June, 2007. The new owners will take on a sixth share of the freehold of the property.
Agentsnotetwo The vendor has informed us that the apartments have their own management company, each apartment, at present, pays £650.00 per annum which includes gardening, building insurance and emptying the septic tank.
Agentsnotethree The property has full residential use.
Agentsnote4 The property was previously rented out for the letting season through Cornish Horizons - who will be happy to give rental details on request.
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