2 bedroom terraced house for saleHarbour Terrace, Portreath
A charming 2 bedroomed COTTAGE just set back from the HARBOURSIDE offering magnificent clear VIEWS towards the HARBOUR and COASTLINE. Portreath itself is popular for its Family Friendly Beach with Lifeguards in attendance throughout the summer months, active Surf Life Saving Club, coastal walks and has the Coast to Coast Cycle trail. It was once Cornwall's busiest mining harbour and is part of the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site.
Property ref: 121_1733_4247530
A charming cottage just set back from the harbourside with magnificent clear views to the harbour and coastline. Accommodation comprises: Ground floor: Entrance hall, an open plan living space incorporating the lounge with a multi fuel stove and kitchen with views to the harbour. First Floor: Landing, A double bedroom to the front elevation with harbour and coastal views, a smaller second bedroom (currently utilised as a walk in dressing room) and shower room. In addition to the standard accommodation there is a loft space with two velux windows accessed via step ladders, also with views to the harbour and coastline. Exterior: There is a small courtyard garden to the rear which also offers a shed for further storage.
Bedroom 2 Single
Currently utilised as a walk in dressing room.
Two velux windows with views to the harbour and coastline. (utilised as a further bedroom but only with step ladder access (No building regulations for this usage).
Open plan with the kitchen. Multi fuel stove and views to the harbourside.
Bedroom 1 Double
Views to the harbour and the coastline.
Total approximate floor area: 66.3 square metres (713 square feet) including the loft space.
Council Tax band B, please call Local Cornwall Council general line number 03001234 100 to clarify.
Schools in close proximity to the property include Junior School: Portreath (0.3 miles). Senior School: Redruth (3.5 miles). For clarification of actual catchment areas please contact Cornwall Council admissions line on 01872 322798.
Mains electricity, water and drainage.
Heating and Glazing
Original sash windows to part. Multi fuel stove. Electric heaters.
Portreath village was once Cornwall's busiest mining harbour and is part of the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site and lies within an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The property is set just a few metres away from the harbourside and offers clear harbour and coastal views from all front elevation windows. A short walk from the family friendly beach which is also known for its surfing, the cottage is ideally situated for the coastal footpath and Coast to Coast Cycle trail. Cornwall's north coast is renowned for its rugged cliffs, sandy beaches and clifftop walks. As well as the beach, Portreath itself has a mixture of shops, cafe's and pubs. Whilst further amenities are within easy reach in the nearby town of Redruth (approximately 5 miles drive) and in the cathedral city of Truro (approximately 15 miles drive). Regular main line trains connect Truro to London and other principal cities. There are bus services to Redruth, Camborne and St Ives. Newquay Airport li...
Open plan with the lounge.
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