Contemporary detached house located in a highly desirable position enjoying the most stunning sea and beach views in the sought after Cornish Coastal village of porthtowan. Extremely spacious open plan accommodation featuring floor to ceiling bi fold doors to the balcony taking in the views. 5/6 bedrooms. Large double garage. No onward chain.
This detached, contemporary style family home has a superb light and airy feel throughout and features three sets of floor to ceiling bi fold doors across the whole first floor rear elevation taking in the most superb views of Porthtowan beach and the sea beyond. The property is aptly named "Sunset" as the rear balcony is the perfect spot to watch the sun setting beyond the north Cornish coastline.
The accommodation is split level to make the most of the views and comprises five bedrooms on the lower ground floor, two with ensuites, a further bathroom and utility room on the lower ground floor, whilst the ground floor has two rooms to the front (which could be utilised as further bedrooms, study, or sitting room) a cloakroom and the superb open plan kitchen/dining/living room with vaulted ceilings and the "wall of glass" to the rear. The property enjoys a good sized plot with plentiful parking to the front and a large, detached double garage. To the rear is the balcony enjoying the stunning views along with a large, enclosed garden laid predominantly to lawn.
Viewing highly advised.
Schools in close proximity to the property include Primary Schools: Mount Hawke (1.7 miles), St Agnes (2.5 miles) and Portreath (4.3 miles). Secondary Schools: Richard Lander, Truro (6.8 miles) and Redruth (5.0 miles). For clarification of actual catchment areas please contact Cornwall Council admissions line on .
Mains electricity, water and drainage.
Porthtowan is a popular village situated along the spectacular world heritage Cornish coastline, being famous for its renowned surf break and beautiful walks along the North coast. The village is a popular destination for families and surfers, offering a good range of facilities which include a well stocked convenience store, post office, the ever popular Blue Bar restaurant, public house, café, local shops and hairdressers. This stretch of the north coast is fast becoming one of the most sought after destinations in mid Cornwall to live, own a second home or holiday due to its facilities, breath-taking walks and excellent communication links throughout Cornwall with the A30 just four miles away. At 8 miles distance the Cathedral City of Truro has the county's leading range of retail, business, leisure, schooling and medical facilities together with a main line railway station with direct trains to London Paddington, the midlands, north and Scotland. It is also host to Royal Cornwall Hospital Treliske, Truro College and Cornwall Council at County Hall; three of the principal employers in the county.
Heating and Glazing
Oil fired central heating. Fully double glazed.
Council tax band F, please call Local Cornwall Council general line number to clarify.
Total approximate floor area including the garage: 206.7 square metres (2225 square feet).
Lower Ground Floor
Ensuite Shower room
Open plan kitchen/diner/lounge