St. Peters Way, Porthleven, Helston

£190,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
An exceptionally spacious, southerly facing, mid terraced, three bedroom family home, located within the highly regarded quintessential fishing village of Porthleven, with all it's amenities on offer. The property has the benefit of an enclosed rear garden, UPVC double glazing, and warmed by a modern air source central heating system. This home will appeal to a wide audience of potential buyers such as investors / retirement and local wishing to invest in this highly sought after historic coastal village. EPC D65

SUMMARY OF ACCOMMODATION

GROUND FLOOR

Open plan Living/Dining Room areas. Kitchen. Porch.

FIRST FLOOR

Bedroom 1. Bedroom 2. Bedroom 3. Bathroom. Landing.

LOWER GROUND FLOOR

Large basement storage area divided into three rooms together with a cloakroom.

OUTSIDE

Front and rear gardens.

THE PROPERTY

An excellent opportunity to purchase an exceptionally spacious, southerly facing, mid terraced, three bedroom family home, located within the highly regarded quintessential fishing village of Porthleven, with all it's amenities on offer. The property has the benefit of an enclosed rear garden, UPVC double glazing, and warmed by a modern air source central heating system.

The property will require some minor internal finishings, ie, new floor coverings, and the kitchen is ripe for modernisation where a discerning buyer can place their own design/ideas on the finished product. Impressive far reaching elevated rural / rooftop views can be enjoyed from the rear facing windows.

Upon entering the porch, a door leads into the spacious open plan living / dining areas. The kitchen which is in need of replacement, has a rear glazed door with external steps descending to the basement storage areas and back garden. On the first floor, the accommodation provides three bedrooms and a family bathroom. The exceptionally spacious and versatile basement area provides huge amounts of storage space which also incorporates a cloakroom, and potentially could extend to further accommodation if required ( all subject to necessary planning requisites).

The house has part painted rendered and vertical tile external elevations, under an interlocking concrete tiled roof, UPVC double glazed windows / external doors, and warmed by a modern air source central heating system. The property is further enhanced by low maintenance plastic fascia / soffit boards together with plastic guttering and down pipes. The home has a light and airy nature due to the large windows provided on both elevations, together being internally decorated throughout in contemporary 'white'.

The living room and dining areas are of an open plan nature providing a generous entertaining area. Our vendor has informed us the property was built circa the 1960/70's, and traditionally built of concrete blockwork with cavity walls.

An enclosed low maintenance garden is to be found at the rear of the property providing a paved patio area, together with an excellent selection of shrubs, and specimen plants including a young mountain ash tree. A rear wooden garden gate provides access to the back pedestrian footpath serving the neighbouring properties. The air source central heating unit is situated in the rear garden. The front garden offers a footpath and gravelled borders. Of particular interest, some of the neighbouring properties have off road parking, and it could be possible to apply for a drop kerb to facilitate this arrangement with Cornwall Council ( subject to gaining the necessary consents ).

This home will appeal to a wide audience of potential buyers such as investors / retirement and local wishing to invest in this highly sought after historic coastal village.

LOCATION

Porthleven is a thriving and hugely popular fishing port with a distinctive harbour which is now a designated listed monument. An exciting, and eclectic mix of galleries, superb restaurants, pubs, shops, fishmongers to name a few, trade throughout the year enhancing this exciting all year round destination. The granite harbour walls have been designed with an inner and outer harbour, which provide a sheltered sanctuary for day fishing boats. Porthleven's iconic clock tower overlooks the outer harbour wall, and stands alongside its local beach with the magnificent Loe Pool stretching to the east. Loe Pool is Cornwall's largest natural lake which is surrounded by gorgeous National Trust land, which enjoys some of the finest coastal walks the UK has to offer.

DIRECTIONS

From Helston, take the B3304 signed to Porthleven, passing Flora Motors on the left hand side, and the boating lake on your right. Continue along the B3304 and as you drive into Porthleven, turn left into Sunset Drive, and take the second right turning into St Peters Way and the property can be found a short way along on the right hand side.

THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES

( All dimensions are approximate )

The property is approached from St Peters Way, where a footpath leads up to the front UPVC double glazed door opening into the porch.

Porch

1.68m x 1.55m (5'6 x 5'1 )

A double aspect porch overlooking the front garden. A pair of wooden glazed doors open out into the open plan living/dining room.

Living Room Area

4.88m maximum x 4.55m maximum (16' maximum x 14'11

An open plan living / dining room extending the full depth of the house. Open fireplace incorporating a solid fuel stove ( no longer in service ). Vinyl tiled flooring, ceiling light and TV/telephone points. Large window overlooking the front aspect. Staircase ascending to the first floor accommodation.

Dining Room Area

4.04m x 2.46m (13'3 x 8'1 )

Open plan with the living room area. Window overlooking the rear garden. Air source radiator, vinyl flooring, ceiling light and an opening leading into the kitchen.

Kitchen

3.28m x 2.39m (10'9 x 7'10 )

The kitchen requires updating. A selection of base/wall storage units. Inset stainless steel drainer sink. Space provided for a fridge and freezer. Ceiling light and part ceramic tiling to walls. Windows and a UPVC double glazed door opening onto the external staircase descending to the rear garden and the lower ground floor level.

Staircase

A closed tread staircase ascending from the living room to the first floor landing.

First Floor Landing.

Airing cupboard incorporating the hot water storage cylinder. Air source radiator, loft access hatch ( attic is insulated and ladder connected ), ceiling light and doors off to :-

Bedroom One

3.58m x 2.84m (11'9 x 9'4 )

Window to the front aspect and ceiling light.

Bedroom Two

3.99m x 2.69m (13'1 x 8'10 )

Window to the rear garden aspect enjoying far reaching rural and roof top views. Ceiling light.

Bedroom Three

2.67m x 1.93m (8'9 x 6'4 )

Window to the front aspect and ceiling light.

Bathroom

2.01m x 1.63m (6'7 x 5'4 )

Panelled bath fitted with a mono mixer tap and shower attachment. Low level WC. Pedestal wash hand basin fitted with a mono mixer tap. Part ceramic tiling to walls. Ceiling light and window fitted with opaque glass.

LOWER GROUND FLOOR

Basement

7.90m x 4.88m overall measurements (25'11 x 16' o

Accessed via the external staircase which descends from the kitchen to the rear garden, whereupon a door opens into the basement storage area. Huge potential to convert into further accommodation subject to gaining the necessary planning consents. The basement is basically divided into three storage rooms plus a cloakroom incorporating a toilet and wash hand basin. Air source radiator, electric fuse board, power and light connected.

Agents Note 1

The above property details should be considered as a general guide only for prospective purchasers. Olivers Estate Agents does not have any authority to give any warranty in relation to the property. We would like to bring to the attention of any purchaser that we have endeavoured to provide a realistic description of the property, no specific survey or detailed inspection has been carried out relating to the property, services, appliances and any further fixtures and fittings/equipment. If double glazing has been stated in the details, the purchaser is advised to satisfy themselves as to the type and amount of double glazing fitted to the property. We recommend all buyers to carry out their own survey/investigations relating to the purchase of any of our properties. All measurements, floor plans, dimensions and acreages are approximate and therefore should not be relied upon for accuracy.

Agents Note 2

We have been informed that a Section 157 exists on the property where only buyers who have lived/worked in Cornwall for a minimum period of three years can purchase this home.

Anti Money Laundering Regulations - Buyers

Please note it is a legal requirement that we require verified ID from purchasers before instructing a sale. Please also note we shall require proof of funds before we instruct the sale, together with your instructed solicitors.

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