Situated within one of the architectural jewels of Porthleven's crown, the iconic Grade II listed Bay View Terrace is the perfect backdrop in which to enjoy a glass of Pinot Grigio at sunset or a warming hot chocolate on a stormy winter's day. Dating back to the early 1900s Bay View Terrace is perched impressively above the approach to Porthleven Harbour and enjoys an enviable marine outlook.
This residence provides well proportioned accommodation whilst embracing the truly stunning harbour, sea and coastal views on offer.
In brief, the accommodation comprises an entrance hall, inner hallway, open plan sitting room with a dining area,a kitchen and, completing the ground floor, a shower room/W.C. From the half landing lies access to the bathroom and airing cupboard, whilst accessed from the upper landing are two bedrooms and an office/cot room. A turning staircase leads up to the converted loft space and could be used as bedroom three. The property benefits from oil fired central heating and double glazing.
The outside space is a real feature of the property and is designed to take full advantage of the fabulous views on offer. A raised terrace at the front would seem an ideal spot to enjoy al fresco dining against the stunning marine backdrop. To the rear of the property lies an enclosed sun deck and tiered garden area. Beyond this lies a further area which has been traditionally used by the owners of the property within with lies a tucked away patio enjoying elevated sea views over nearby rooftops.
THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES (DIMENSIONS APPROX)
Steps up and door to
With tiled walls and opening into
Of generous proportions with lovely period detailing, wood effect vinyl flooring and stairs to the first floor. Doors lead off to the kitchen and to the
An elegant open plan room enjoying fine sea views to the front, enhanced by a lovely bay window and wood burner.
3.8m x 2.9m plus bay window (12'5" x 9'6" plus bay
With polished wood flooring and complimented by a feature wood burner housed on a slate hearth with slate surround and mantel for those cosy nights in. With picture rails, coving and a lovely bay window enjoying the outstanding views; this room is a real delight.
3.4m x 3m max (11'1" x 9'10" max)
An open plan room with polished wood flooring, picture rails and feature alcoves with shelving to each side. Swing doors lead to
5.2m x 3.4m narrowing to 2.3m (17'0" x 11'1" narr
Comprising a white shaker style fitted kitchen with wood effect working top surfaces which incorporate a one and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit with drainer and mixer tap over, an electric hob with hood over, an integrated electric oven and a dishwasher. There are a good range of base and wall units with drawers under and cupboards over together with under cabinet lighting. There is wood effect vinyl flooring and ample room to house a dining table if required. Doors lead to inner hallway, side access and shower room/W.C.
Providing a walk-in shower unit and housing a shower with tiled walls and surround. There is a close coupled push button W.C., wall mounted wash handbasin, shaver socket, wall mounted towel rail, extractor fan and wood effect vinyl flooring.
STAIRS AND LANDING
With stairs to the first floor and to a half landing and on to a door to the airing cupboard housing the boiler. Door to
A contemporary fitted bathroom with modern white suite which comprises a panelled bath, shower screen, mixer tap and shower riser over, push button W.C., pedestal wash handbasin and a wall mounted towel rail. This light and spacious bathroom has a part vaulted ceiling with a skylight, a window to the side aspect, tiling to the floor and walls, recessed spotlighting and an extractor fan.
With doors to bedroom two, office/cot room, storage cupboard and
3m x 2.8m plus bay window (9'10" x 9'2" plus bay
A light and fresh double bedroom with white painted floorboards and a feature bay window offering elevated sea views out towards Mounts Bay and Porthleven Harbour.
3.5m x 3m plus french doors (11'5" x 9'10" plus fr
A double bedroom with stripped pine flooring and a step up to french doors leading to the rear sun deck.
2m x 1.9m (6'6" x 6'2")
With stripped flooring and a window to the front aspect again enjoying marvellous coastal and harbour views. There is a turning staircase up to
ATTIC ROOM/BEDROOM THREE
3.6m x 3.4m max (11'9" x 11'1" max)
With a skylight to the rear and eaves storage. There is restricted head room in part.
At the front of the property is a raised terrace which enjoys magnificent views from its elevated position over the harbour, sea and coastline. An ideal place to wine, dine or simply relax and watch the world go by. To the rear of the residence lies an enclosed sun deck area, beyond which there is a tiered garden area accessed by steps and housing a shed and oil tank. The property has an outside tap. Further steps lead on to a further area of garden which has been traditionally used by the owners of the property. Within this lies a tucked away circular patio area which provides a wonderful quiet spot to relax and enjoy elevated views over the nearby properties out to sea and across Porthleven Harbour. Access to the rear garden can be gained via the side of the property or off Institute Hill (known locally as Army Hill).
Mains electricity, water and drainage.
From our Porthleven office in Fore Street, head towards the harbour and along Commercial Road, passing the Harbour Inn on your left hand side. Continue along this road, keeping the harbour on your right hand side and shortly after passing Nauti But Ice, you will reach Bay View Terrace and number 10 can be found approximately half way along this terrace.
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DATE DETAILS PREPARED
20th October, 2020
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