No onward chain # Originally built in 1937, Westcott is a substantial coastal family home, situated at the top of Port Isaac. Offering 5/6 bedrooms, parking for up to 4 cars and glimpses of the sea, this renovated property offers versatile accommodation and potential to enhance.
• 5/6 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, separate W/C
• Generous landscaped garden with raised lawn, flower beds and pond
• Leased parking for up to 4 cars on Lundy Road
• In all approximately 2,496 sq. Ft (231.9 sq. Mtrs)
This seaside haven, built in 1937, was formerly a B and B and has since been renovated in recent years to offer a very spacious family home with ample private parking and a generous landscaped garden. Westcott has glimpses of the sea from the first floor and is just moments from Port Isaac harbour, the village amenities and the South West Coast Path. Providing versatile scope for a buyer to put their stamp on this well-located property.
The accommodation briefly comprises (see rear page for internal configuration):
Ground floor: Spacious entrance hall with store cupboard | Well equipped kitchen with new multi fuel burner and Granite surround | Living Room with wood burner | Light and airy dining room | Downstairs double bedroom | Family bathroom | Utility room
first floor: Four double bedrooms, two with glimpses of the sea | Further bedroom / study | Family bathroom | Separate W/C | Ancillary kitchen |
Main’s water, drainage and electricity. Oil fired central heating system with two boilers.
Westcott boasts a generous, South West facing garden which has been remodelled by the current owners, offering a raised lawn, flower beds and a small pond. There are two substantial storage sheds which are useful for garden furniture and surfboards.
Leased parking for up to four vehicles to the side of Westcott on Lundy Road. We understand there are 16 years remaining on this arrangement, which can potentially be extended with the Freeholder.
Port Isaac is a popular holiday destination and residential village on the rugged North Cornwall coast, famed for its historic fishing harbour, quaint winding streets and scenic coastal walks. Loved by millions as Portwenn in itv’s Doc Martin and the birthplace of The Fisherman’s Friends, Port Isaac has a number of good places to eat and drink, all within walking distance of Westcott. These include two of Nathan Outlaws eateries where he holds 3 Michelin stars. Other notable restaurants and pubs include The Port Gaverne Hotel and The Stargazy Inn, The Mote and The Golden Lion. Most everyday shopping requirements can be met in Port Isaac at the Co-op but the market town of Wadebridge, with an inspiring collection of independent shops, is only about 8 miles distant. The surfing beach at Polzeath and the watersports haven of Rock are a short drive of 6 miles.