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Vine Cottage is located in an enviable front line position overlooking the harbour with excellent sea views of the bay and surrounding National Trust headland at Jacka Point. A key feature is the spacious south facing terrace at the front of the cottage which benefits from these views. The traditional double fronted terraced cottage has three bedrooms and a wealth of charming character features including beamed ceilings, window seats, an inglenook fireplace with clome oven in the dining room, which is fitted with a wood burning stove, and an open fire place in the sitting room. Sensitively updated in recent years, including the installation of uPVC double glazing, pressurised hot water system and new luxurious shower room, the cottage is currently used as a holiday home from home, and would also appeal as a holiday let, or as a main seaside residence
• Delightful bay, harbour and headland views are enjoyed from the deep front terrace and, sitting room, dining room and front bedrooms.
• Well maintained and sensitively improved with a wealth of period details including beamed ceilings, window seats and panelled doors.
• Cosy sitting room with open fireplace, dining room with inglenook fitted with a wood burning stove and shaker kitchen. Two double bedrooms with views, third single or bunk bedroom and contemporary bathroom.
• Spacious front terrace, ideal for dining, lounging or gazing at the gorgeous view.
• Fantastic cottage for holiday letting with current projections available.
|The Property||The cottage is accessed from the Road via a short flight of steps and entrance gate onto the terrace. The front porch has a stable door and windows and door leading into the entrance hall with stairs to the first floor and doors to the sitting room and dining room. A cosy and inviting space, the sitting room has a window with seat to the front elevation enjoying harbour and headland views. The feature open fireplace has a large stone lintel and wooden mantel over, slate hearth, storage cupboard with wood panelled door to the side of the fireplace, wood panelled door and beamed ceiling.|
|Dining Room and Kitchen||The dining room also has a window to the front enjoying the coast and harbour views, and deep window seat with storage under. The inglenook fireplace features a clome oven, wooden lintel and cobbled stone hearth and is fitted with a wood burning stove. There are storage cupboards with wood panel doors to either side of the fireplace, wood panel door, beamed ceiling and night storage heater. An opening to the rear has an under stairs storage area leads into the kitchen. The galley kitchen has a window to one side and a stable door leading to the small rear courtyard and storage room. Well equipped, the kitchen has a range of shaker style base and wall units, stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap over, built in hob with oven under and hood over, integrated fridge and freezer.|
|First Floor||On the first floor, the main bedroom enjoys wonderful views of the harbour and coastline, window shutters and night storage heater. Bedroom two also has the outstanding views, window seat with storage under and window shutters, pedestal wash hand basin, airing cupboard with pressurised hot water tank night storage heater and further built in storage cupboards. The third bedroom at the rear has two uPVC double glazed windows to each side elevation and night storage heater. The recently installed contemporary bathroom has an obscured glazed uPVC window to the front elevation, window shutters and slate sill and suite comprising a corner wash hand basin with vanity unit, low flush WC, large corner shower unit with pressurised shower and heated towel rail.|
|Outside||To the side elevation is a stone built storage room with pitched tiled roof, power and light connected, and is accessed from the front terrace via a wood panelled door and from the rear by a wooden stable door. To the front of the cottage is a spacious south facing paved terrace overlooking the harbour with views out to Veryan Bay and the National Trust headland. The terrace is slightly elevated allowing a degree of privacy and large enough for a dining and loungers and easy to manage borders with a range of shrubs and plants further aiding privacy.|
|Portloe||The village of Portloe is surely one of the few remaining unspoilt Cornish villages with its small working harbour and delightful coastal walks. Much of the land in the area is owned and protected by the National Trust and the cliff top walks are some of the finest on the South West Coastal Path. The renowned Lugger Hotel is situated on the slipway and the Ship Inn is also close-by.|
|The Roseland||An enduring holiday destination for those in the know, the Roseland Peninsula is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and 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, offering an expanse of safe clean bathing water, are just two miles away, and Porthcurnick 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.|
|Agent's Note||The cottage has been assessed for holiday lettings with an experienced local letting agent, who suggest a rental price of up to £1,295 peak season with a potentail income of up to £27,000 per annum. Please contact the selers agent for more information.|
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