Situated in a quiet cul de sac in the popular Gerrans Hill residential area of the village and just a short distance from the waterfront and heart of the village. This well presented split level house flows remarkably well and has been tastefully improved and renovated in recent years by the current owners. A feature is the wonderful open plan kitchen diner with part vaulted ceiling and split stairs to the first floor and down to the lower floor. The living room has oak floors, wood burner and sliding door to the conservatory and garden. An inner hall leads to the double bedroom and shower room. On the first floor are two double bedrooms and family bathroom. A large porch with utility area completes the internal accommodation and modern comforts include oil fired central heating and double glazing. Outside are neat manageable gardens, single garage in a separate block close to the house and plenty of residential parking.
Freehold• A superb end terraced three bedroom house located in a sought after close within the highly desired harbourside village
• Extensively updated and beautifully presented with light, bright and well proportioned family accommodation including three double bedrooms, bathroom and shower room
• Split level design with a modern timeless appeal includes a spacious kitchen diner and open plan living room with wood burner, opening to the conservatory and garden
• Elevated situation with panoramic sea and village views from the main bedrooms, conservatory and garden.
• Neat enclosed garden with views, garage in a separate block close to the house and residential parking.
• One of seven properties tucked away in a quiet residential area of the village, ideal either as a main residence or easy to maintain holiday home
|Ground Floor|| The large glazed porch serves as the main entrance to the house. Ideal after a day at the beach, long walk or even after work or school, the room has plenty of hanging and drying areas for coats, wetsuits, boots and boat or beach kit. The utility area also has space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer. A glazed door leads in to the kitchen diner. A stunning room with slate tiled floor, part vaulted ceiling, window and wide skylight to the rear and open balustrade overlooking the living room. The kitchen units are contemporary ivory glazed with solid wood worktops over and stainless steel sink. Appliances include an electric range cooker with 5 ring gas hob and extractor hood over, integrated dishwasher and under counter space for a fridge and freezer. Painted wood split stairs lead down to the lower floor and first floor.|
|Lower Ground Floor|| The living room has a wood burning stove with slate hearth, engineered oak floor, door to the inner hall and sliding doors into the conservatory, which overlooks the rear garden and has delightful sea views. The inner hall has a deep storage cupboard under the stairs and second cupboard housing the Worcester boiler for the oil fired central heating and storage shelving above. The double bedroom overlooks the garden and there is a wet shower room with WC and wash basin.|
|First Floor|| Leading to the first floor are painted stairs with feature banister and on the landing is an airing cupboard with lagged hot water tank. The main bedroom has wonderful views across the village and Gerrans Bay beyond. The third bedroom is a small double and also has some delightful views. The family bathroom is a luxurious suite comprising panelled bath with shower over and folding glazed screen, wash hand basin and WC. The bathroom has good natural light from the window, tiled walls and floor and heated ladder towel rail.|
|Location|| Portscatho is one of the most well known and well loved villages on the Roseland Peninsula, an unspoilt area of Cornwall's south coast. An active community, the village is served by a range of shops and caters for day to day needs including art galleries, general store, butchers, café, public house, harbour club, and doctor's surgery. A pretty church, primary school and public house are found in the neighbouring village of Gerrans. Portscatho's enduring appeal is bolstered by a fantastic local food scene, led by the now legendary Hidden Hut Beach Cafe just along the coastal path at Porthcurnick Beach, described by The Telegraph as the 'hottest destination in the county, if not the country'. The team behind the café have also added a beach front coffee shop and tavern in the village itself and the Driftwood Hotel with its Michelin starred restaurant is also close by at Rosevine.|
|The Roseland Peninsula|| The Roseland is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with delightful harbour and rural villages, a popular stretch of the South West Coastal Path and golden sandy beaches and hidden coves. Further along the peninsula is St Anthony's National Trust headland with its iconic lighthouse and lesser known golden beaches of Towan and Molunan. The elegant sailing resort of St Mawes is just five miles away, where the passenger ferry takes you to the vibrant town of Falmouth and the cathedral city of Truro is 15 miles distant.|