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The rare opportunity to acquire a detached three bedroom house with mature gardens, detached garage and parking and enjoying delightful views across Gerrans Bay from the first floor, located a short walk from the harbour front. Well maintained and presented, with modern comforts including a modern kitchen and uPVC double glazed windows and doors and is now ready for further updating.
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A covered entrance porch leads into the hall with stairs to the first floor and doors to the kitchen and living room.
A light and well equipped modern kitchen with stainless steel sink, space for fridge and cooker, window and door to rear which leads to the back garden area and garage.
A wonderfully light triple aspect living room with dining area and stone fireplace (not current in use).
Obcsure glazed window, panelled bath with shower attachment over, low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, heated towel rail.
Double aspect bedroom with outstanding sea views across Gerrans Bay.
Double/twin bedroom with window to the rear.
Single bedroom with window to front elevation.
The property is accessed from Gerrans Hill via a pedestrian gate and there are gardens to the front and side with are mainly laid to lawn with mature trees, shrubs and hedging for privacy. At the rear of the property is a detached garage with parking to the front, measuring 17'6 x 8'11, with an up and over door, side window and door.
Portscatho has long been one of the most popular harbour villages on the Roseland Peninsula, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with stunning countryside and rolling landscape of National Trust land. The area has enjoyed a culinary and destination 'renaissance' of late which has helped ensure its enduring appeal, in part due to success of the Hidden Hut Beach Cafe at nearby Porthcurnick Beach, recently named by The Telegraph as the 'hottest destination in the county, if not the country'. Just beyond the beach at Rosevine is the Driftwood Hotel with its Michelin starred restaurant and at the elegant sailing resort of St Mawes, just five miles away, is Olga Polizzi's legendary Hotel Tresanton and the newly refurbished Idle Rocks Hotel. The cathdedral city of Truro, with a wide range of commercial facilities and direct rail link to London is 15 miles away.
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