Situated in the heart of this increasingly popular Cornish fishing village, in a central but "off the beaten track" location, close to the harbour, is this semi detached cottage of immense charm and character. The residence, which benefits from oil fired central heating and double glazing, is well presented and provides parking which can be at a premium at times in the village. A real highlight of the property is the annexe area to the side which provides two further bedrooms which subject to any necessary planning and consents would seem ideal for a dependent relative or an additional income stream. The garden lies to the front of the property and is mainly laid to lawn with well established plants and shrubs. There is a feature pond and a useful log shed, plus workshop with light and power.
In brief, the accommodation comprises a conservatory, open plan lounge/kitchen/diner and completing the ground floor a w.c.. On the first floor there is a bathroom and three bedrooms. The annexe area provides two further bedrooms, both with en suite shower rooms.
Porthleven is a vibrant, picturesque fishing village and mainland Britain's most southerly port. The village is renowned for its many highly regarded restaurants, long beach, surfing, rugged coastline and clifftop walks. Community groups are thriving within the village with sports' clubs and a prize winning brass band which can be heard echoing around the harbour on many a summer's Sunday evening. Local amenities include shops, restaurants, Public Houses, galleries, supermarket, doctors' surgery and a well regarded primary school.
THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES (DIMENSIONS APPROX)
DOUBLE DOORS TO
4.80m x 2.74m (15'9" x 9')
A triple aspect room with outlook over the garden, having a vaulted ceiling, attractive wood floor, step down and door to
8.08m x 6.71m 0.91m narrowing to 3.12m (26'6" x 22
An L shaped lounge/kitchen/diner with beamed ceiling, door to the front garden and window to the conservatory. A wood burner acts as the focal point for the room with a polished stone hearth and the lounge area has an attractive wood floor. There is an under stairs cupboard and stairs to the first floor.
Comprising working top surfaces incorporating a double sink unit with mixer tap over, cupboards and drawers under and wall cupboards over. There is a built in Heritage oil fired range cooker which acts as the boiler for the property, electric hob and space for an array of white goods including dishwasher, fridge, freezer and a washing machine. This area has a tiled floor, partially tiled walls and door to
Comprising a w.c. with concealed cistern and a pedestal wash basin. The room has tiled walls and a tiled floor.
STAIRS AND LANDING
Stairs ascend to the half landing where the stairs split providing access to the rear landing and stairs to
With doors to three bedrooms.
3.35m x 3.05m (11' x 10')
With outlook over the front garden, alcove shelving and cupboards.
3.43m x 3.12m (11'3" x 10'3")
With outlook to the front and having alcove shelving.
2.36m x 1.83m (7'9" x 6')
With outlook to the front.
With outlook to the side, access to the loft and having an array of built in cupboards/wardrobes, one of which houses a pressurised water tank with immersion heater. Door to
Attractive suite comprising P shaped bath with mixer tap and electric shower over, w.c. with concealed cistern and a wash basin with mixer tap, surround, cupboards and drawers under. There is a heated towel rail, tiled walls, skylight and an array of built in cupboards and drawers.
Accessed from the outside are two bedrooms with en suite shower rooms which would seem ideal for extra accommodation and an extra income stream subject to any necessary planning and consents.
ANNEXE ROOM ONE
3.12m x 2.97m (10'3" x 9'9")
With outlook to the front, having built in cupboard and door to
Comprising shower cubicle, wash basin with cupboards under and a w.c with concealed cistern. There are tiled walls, towel rail and frosted window to the side.
ANNEXE ROOM TWO
3.12m x 2.29m (10'3" x 7'6")
With outlook and door to the front garden. The room has a sloping ceiling with skylight and door to
Comprising shower cubicle, wall mounted wash basin, close coupled w.c. and a heated towel rail. The room has tiled walls and a tiled floor.
To the front of the property is a parking area and with parking being at a premium at times in the village this is a real bonus for the property. The beautifully kept front garden is mainly laid to lawn and boasts many plants and shrubs along with a feature pond.
Mains electricity, water and drainage.
We are advised by the Vendor that a small part of the parking area, to front of the property, is crossed by a neighbouring property.
From our Porthleven office proceed down Fore Street and take the first turning on your left hand side into Shute Lane. Proceed along Shute Lane and as the road bends to the right the property will be found on your left hand side.
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COUNCIL TAX BAND
Council tax band - Band C
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DATE DETAILS PREPARED
4th July 2022
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