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4 bedroom terraced house for sale

Parc Avenue, St. Ives, Cornwall

Guide Price £490,000

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Superb opportunity with this spacious Victorian terraced property having impressive views over St Ives. The property is currently used as a 4 bedroom family home, however there is the potential to convert into 3 separate apartments or even a 7 bedroom B&B due to the layout and floor arrangement. Each floor has supper views.

• Victorian 4 bedroom terraced property arranged over 3 floors
• Spacious family home with stunning views of St Ives Bay from each floor
• Unique opportunity to create 3 separate apartments or a 7 bedroom B&B
• Large modern kitchen/breakfast room on the ground floor
• Sitting room with large bay window providing great sea views
• First floor also has a open plan kitchen/ living room again with sea views
• Potential to create 3 bedrooms or a separate apartment on this floor
• Second floor with open plan kitchen and sitting room with elevated views
• Potential to create 3 bedrooms or a 2nd separate apartment
• Terraced rear garden with decking area giving roof top ocean views
• Walking distance to St Ives town centre and beaches

The Poperty The property is set within an elevated Victorian terrace with impressive views across the extremely popular harbour town of St Ives below. The property is arranged over three levels and offers a unique opportunity to create separate living apartments on each floor, or has the potential for a B&B if desired. The property is currently used as a large family property and would also create a superb holiday home. From the front garden the decorative tiled pathway takes you to the entrance porch, which has period style tiled flooring and partly to the walls. The original Victorian glazed door opens into the hallway where the spindle stairs leads to the two other floors. Over the ground floor is a spacious sitting room with a large bay window where you can sit and take in the views over the coast line and St Ives.

. 1 This room also has original herring bone wood flooring, feature fire place and high ceilings typical of the period. A large open arch leads into the dining room again with the wood block flooring plus book cases to each alcove. From this room you enter into the kitchen which is a surprisingly large room, also having a breakfast area. The modern style bright white units include an integrated fridge/freezer, electric oven, microwave, gas hob and a space for the washing machine. This room also has tiled flooring and a further gas fire place great in the winter.

. 2 The first floor could be converted into an apartment or possible reverse living accommodation due to the unique layout. At the front of this level is the large open plan kitchen and living room which could also be converted into two bedrooms. The large bay window has fantastic sea views which can be fully appreciated when you step out onto the balcony to take in the sea air. The kitchen area has fitted units with sink and an electric hob. The larger double bedroom has fitted wardrobes, an original Victorian cast iron fire place and also benefits from a separate wc. Further along the landing towards the rear of the property is a fitted shower room with a single shower, wc and wash hand basin. The second double bedroom also has fitted wardrobes and a vanity sink.

. 3 The second floor also offers the potential to be converted into an apartment or possibly three separate bedrooms if required. To the front of this level is the larger open plan kitchen and living room again with views looking out to the sea and St Ives below. This room is fitted with an original cast iron fire place and a range of kitchen units, sink and electric hob. This would make a large double bedroom study or even a studio. There are two further bedrooms and a fitted shower room to this floor. The rear bedroom has a door that leads out to the mid level of the rear garden.

Exterior The exterior accessed from the kitchen on the ground floor leads to a courtyard with a storage room. Granite steps lead up to a terraced level area with flower beds, shrubs and seating area. Further steps lead to a higher enclosed decking viewing gallery which have stunning roof top ocean views across St Ives and the coast line. From the garden you can enter the property to the second floor rear bedroom.

Location The property is a short walk from the famous harbour town of St Ives. In recent years, Carbis Bay has been named as one of the worlds 20 most beautiful bays and sits between the harbour town of St Ives and the sandy Hayle Estuary. Home to the famed Tate St Ives Gallery and the famous Barbara Hepworth Museum, St Ives is bordered by three beautiful sandy beaches which are repeatedly voted among the best in the British Isles, one particularly for surfing. Set against the colourful backdrop of the working fishing harbour, the turquoise waters of St Ives have attracted artists since the 19th century due to its renowned clarity of northern light. The town, with winding cobbled streets, is also a 'foodie' destination packed with numerous restaurants, pubs and cafes. Indeed, the highly acclaimed and award-winning Porthminster Café is just a short walk from the town itself. A scenic branch railway line links Carbis Bay and St Ives with the main London-Penzance line at nearby St Erth.

Services The property has mains water, gas, electricity and drainage. Council Tax Band D. Annual parking in a nearby car park is available via the Council at a rate of £536 per year (2016 price)

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04 October 2016

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