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2 bedroom terraced house for sale

Coastguard Terrace, Portloe, Truro, Cornwall, TR2

£475,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Fabulous period cottage in desirable coastal location
  • Timeless appeal and sensitively updated
  • Well proportioned with character features
  • Two south westerly facing private terraced gardens
  • Wonderful sea, village and coastal views
  • Garage available by separate negotiation

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A superb period cottage, the well proportioned accommodation includes a living room with wood burning stove, contemporary kitchen, separate porch with utility and two double bedrooms, both en suite. Additional modern comforts include double glazing and central heating. Wonderful south westerly facing sea, village and rural views are enjoyed from the first floor and the two terraced gardens.

Portloe remains one of the last unspoilt Cornish fishing villages on the Roseland Peninsula, with a small working harbour surrounded by National Trust land on a popular stretch of the South West Coastal Path. The cottage is perfectly located a short stroll from the harbour front, and a little further along the coast are the popular beaches of Carne and West Portholland.


The Property 
This beautifully presented terraced cottage is well proportioned with good height ceilings and retains many period features including wood panelled doors, flagstone floor in the kitchen and quarry tiled floor in the hall, tall windows and deep window seats. Sensitively updated, within the last ten years the roof has been re-tiled, new bathrooms installed and LPG gas central heating installed. More recently, the current owners have refurbished the sitting room with new wood burner and wood floors, updated the kitchen and had the chimney replaced. Other improvements include new period style wood framed double glazed sash windows and some double glazing of door panes. The south westerly wall has undergone specialist treatment to protect the house for a generation. The terraced gardens have also been extensively improved and repaved. The cottage would make an ideal second home and we have no doubt could also be a successful holiday letting property, if desired.

Porch 
Double glazed roof, slate tiled floor. Heavy timber door into the entrance hall. Door to the boiler room housing LPG wall mounted boiler supplying the domestic hot water and central heating. Door to the utility area with space and plumbing for washing machine and dryer.

Entrance Hall 
An attractive hall with quarry tiled floor, turning staircase to first floor with cupboard under. Period glazed display cabinet, radiator, doors to kitchen and living room.

Kitchen 
8'2" x 9'4" (2.49m x 2.85m)
A well equipped modern kitchen with a range of matt white cupboards. Stainless steel sink, built in oven with hob over and stainless steel extractor hood. Old slate flagstone floor, window, tiled splash backs, space for fridge freezer and dishwasher.

Living Room 
17'1" x 11'5" (5.21m x 3.48m)
A wonderful light and elegant room with feature fireplace fitted with a wood burning stove, slate hearth and lintel. Two radiators, engineered oak floor, double glazed sash window with window seat, part double glazed wood framed door leading to the terraced garden.

First Floor Landing 
Access hatch to loft. Cupboard over stairs housing the hot water tank.

Outside 
The cottage is approached via a gated entrance and pedestrian path shared by the row of cottages. Steps lead to the top terrace garden which is fenced for privacy. The remains of an old outhouse provides an interesting character wall against the cliff and the patio area is mostly laid with shingle and slate. The lower garden is accessed from the living room door and has a large stone patio ideal for summer dining. Stone steps lead to a lower terrace which is paved and shingle with colourful borders and planting. The gardens are south westerly facing and enjoy the sea, village and coastal views.

Portloe and the Roseland Peninsula 
An enduring holiday destination for those in the know, the area is the perfect combination of glorious countryside, dramatic coastline, harbour villages and family friendly beaches. The picturesque village of Veryan with its famous Round Houses and range of amenities is just over a mile away, and the elegant sailing resort of St Mawes is nine miles distant. The nearby sandy beaches of Carne and Pendower which offer a 1 km expanse of safe clean bathing water, are just two miles away, and Pothcurnick Beach with its iconic Hidden Hut Cafe is just four miles distant. The superb Caerhayes Estate with grand castle and world renowned gardens are just five miles away and the nation's favourite, the Lost Gardens of Heligan are eight miles distant. The cathedral city of Truro, twelve miles away offers a wide range of business and commercial facilities and rail link to London.

Bedroom One 
12'4" x 11' (3.76m x 3.35m)
(maximum measurements) Two sash windows with window seats offering wonderful views of the sea, village and The Jacka National Trust headland. Radiator and obscure glazed door to the bathroom.

En-suite Bathroom 
Modern white suite comprising panelled bath with shower over and glazed shower screen, WC and wash hand basin, radiator, extractor.

Bedroom Two 
13'5" x 8'5" (4.09m x 2.57m)
(maximum measurements) sash window with window seat, radiator, obscure glazed door to shower room.

En-suite Shower Room 
Modern corner shower unit, WC and wash hand basin, extractor fan and radiator.

Services 
Mains water, drainage and electricity, LPG gas central heating. Council Tax Band C

GARAGE By Separate Negotiation 
17'2" x 8' (5.23m x 2.44m)
The owners of Primrose Cottage also own a single garage located in the nearby car park, which is also available by separate negotiation. Leasehold; 999 year from 1985. Please contact the vendors agent for further information

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