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Guide price£565,000
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2 bedroom terraced house for sale

Charlestown Road, St. Austell
Chain-free
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Terraced house
2 bed
1 bath

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Property description & features

  • Stunning Coastal Views
  • Harbour Position
  • Period Character Home
  • Allocated Parking For Two
  • Coastal Footpath Close By
  • No Chain
  • Outbuildings To Rear And Courtyard
  • Gardens To Front And Additional Area To Rear
  • Additional Income Potential
A period property enjoying breathtaking Harbour and St Austell Bay views set in a commanding position in the heart of this Historic Port which is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site With a backdrop of open fields, this property has been updated whilst retaining its charm and character. Benefiting from parking, enclosed rear courtyard, further raised garden area plus outbuilding and the coast path just a few feet away. Viewing is highly essential to appreciate the outstanding views and position. EPC - D

Charlestown is a popular Georgian harbour side village and UNESCO World Heritage Site, situated around a picturesque inner and outer harbour with pebble beach, some two miles from St Austell town centre. The harbour currently houses some fishing boats and several tall ships, and has been the back drop of several feature films and TV series such as Alice in Wonderland, Doctor Who, The Three Musketeers, The Eagle Has Landed and Poldark largely due to its picturesque natural and unspoilt coastline surrounds. Charlestown has a hotel and guest houses, with excellent restaurants, and a selection of public houses. To both sides of Charlestown harbour there is the South West coastal footpath providing some wonderful walks with cliff top views and sandy coves and beaches, leading towards Carlyon Bay, Porthpean and Duporth. To the east lies the natural deep harbour port of Fowey with excellent boating facilities and with a range of excellent local shops and restaurants. Nearby is the beach of Porthpean which has its own sailing club. The coastal footpath is a short walk away towards Duporth and Porthpean and towards Carlyon Bay, Polkerris and Fowey.

Directions: - Head down into the Village and towards the Harbour, at the roundabout carry straight down heading down towards the Pier House and Harbourside Public House. Just before the Harbourside there is a turning right, head up around the back and the parking will appear on the left hand side. From the parking walk up and there is a signed pathway to the rear entrance.

Accommodation: - All measurements are approximate, show maximum room dimensions and do not allow for clearance due to limited headroom.

The rear entrance leads into the courtyard then to a obscure double glazing door into entrance vestibule/porch/utility.

Entrance Vestibule/Porch/Utility: - 1.81m x 1.48m (5'11" x 4'10") - Double glazed window. Slate tiled flooring. Recess spotlighting. Thoughtfully laid out incorporating storage cupboards and spaces for white good appliances. Door into kitchen/diner.

Kitchen/Diner: - 3.24m x 4.71m (10'7" x 15'5") - The character features can be seen immediately with the high ceiling with picture rail. Open fire grate with slate hearth, wood mantle surround and period wood panel cupboards to both sides. Double glazed window with deep display sill and radiator beneath. Telephone point. The kitchen comprises of a range of light wood fronted wall and base units complemented with darkened laminated work surfaces. Stainless steel sink and drainer. Four ring hob with integrated oven below. Space for slimline dishwasher. The dining area is separated by a breakfast bar that also incorporates further storage. Door into lounge.

Lounge: - 3.40m x 4.20m (11'1" x 13'9") - Large double glazed window and open door arch into front porch from where the breathtaking views can be seen over the Harbour and the Coastline. Focal point of fireplace with log burner set onto a raised hearth with brick backdrop and slate mantel surround. Low level storage cupboards to both sides. Radiator. Door to under stairs storage with light. Door with turning staircase to first floor. The open arch leads to the front porch/entrance.

Front Porch/Entrance: - 1.09m x 2.36m (3'6" x 7'8") - Offering a fantastic space to sit and enjoy the views from a bank of double glazed windows and door opening out on the patio and garden area. Double wall mounted socket.

First Floor Landing: - Turning staircase with arch window into the front porch with radiator beneath and deep display sill. Handrails to both sides. Loft access. Doors into both bedrooms and shower room.

Shower Room: - 2.14m x 2.12m (7'0" x 6'11") - Large double glazed window with fitted roller blind and radiator beneath enjoying an outlook down over the enclosed courtyard, outbuildings, garden above and beyond to the open fields. Thoughtfully designed and remodelled with double doors into large shower cubicle with a mosaic tiled surround with integrated shower system. Ceiling mounted extractor. Low level WC. Large hand basin set onto a white gloss vanity storage unit with mosaic tiled splashback and mirror and light above. Door into airing cupboard with slatted shelving and radiator.

Bedroom Two: - 3.20m x 2.97m (10'5" x 9'8") - (maximum measurement into recess)
Low level double glazed window enjoying the outlook to the rear. The feeling and space is further enhanced by the high ceilings with picture rail surround. Recess to both sides of the chimney breast incorporating the period fireplace surround and grate set onto a slate hearth. Radiator.

Bedroom One: - 4.22m x 3.41m (13'10" x 11'2") - (maximum measurement into recess)
Large low level double glazed window enjoying the breathtaking views Recesses to both sides of the chimney breast having the period fireplace surround with slate hearth. Wood panel door into en-suite.

En-Suite: - Period arch window. Low level WC and hand basin set onto a vanity storage unit beneath with mosaic splashback. Shaver socket.

Outside: - To the front of the property is a large lawned garden area enclosed by low level fencing with a flagstone paved patio whilst enjoying a great deal of sun throughout the day and taking in the breathtaking views over the Harbour and Village.

To the rear is an enclosed courtyard enclosed by stone wall surround, some fencing and planted boarder. Flagstone patio area ideal for alfresco dining and entertaining. A latch door leads to a shared pathway with outbuilding and shared steps up to a storage shed and onward to a raised patio area with fence surround from where you can enjoy the fantastic view of the backdrop behind of the fields and also enjoys the sun throughout the day and into the evening another fantastic addition for sitting and relaxing.

Outbuilidng: - 3.42m x 2.73m (11'2" x 8'11") - A fantastic feature of this property is the outbuilding/storage. Latch wood door. Exposed beams. Power and light. Benefiting from wash facilities of shower cubicle with tiled surround, hand basin and WC. Two single glazed windows with deep display sills. This area could offer further possibilities of additional accommodation if required.

Parking: - There are two allocated parking spots in tandem a short distance from the property.

Agents Note: - The property has also been a successful Holiday Let and can be viewed on . The property currently has occupancy booked for 16 weeks next year, these can be transferable.

Council Tax - B -

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    May Whetter & Grose is one of the broadest based Estate Agents and Surveying practices in Cornwall.  Operating from prominent offices in St Austell, Fowey and Polruan. It has separate departments for residential sales, professional services, commercial, residential letting and management and new homes. Established in mid Cornwall in the 1920's, the company has established an enviable reputation for its professional and efficient service which is reflected in its wide ranging client base of private individuals, local companies, banks, building societies, PLC's, national and multi-national corporations. Small enough to care but large enough to cope, a local company providing a professional personal service with standards you can trust

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