Portwrinkle, Cornwall

  • Offers In Excess £975,000
Portwrinkle, Cornwall

Overview

Property ID: hz-11372
  • House - Detached
  • Property Type
  • 4
  • Bedrooms
  • 0
  • Bathroom

Description

Commanding a stunning 180 degree prospect over the entire sweep of Whitsand Bay, a detached house in a prized seaside village privately situated within established gardens and only 250 yards from the beaches and harbour. About 1847 sq ft, 24′ Sitting Room, 14′ Kitchen/Dining Room, Snug/Bedroom 4, 3 Double Bedrooms, 2 Bath/Shower Rooms, Laundry, Sea Facing Gardens, Ample Parking, Double Garage.

BEACH 225 YARDS, HARBOUR & SLIPWAY 335 YARDS,
Commanding a stunning 180 degree prospect over the entire sweep of Whitsand Bay, a detached house in a prized seaside village privately situated within established gardens and only 250 yards from the beach. About 1847 sq ft, 24′ Sitting Room, 14′ Kitchen/Dining Room, Snug/Bedroom 4, 3 Double Bedrooms, 2 Bath/Shower Rooms, Laundry, Sea Facing Gardens, Ample Parking, Double Garage.

LOCATION
The property is situated in an enviable, elevated and south facing location within the the old fishing village of Portwrinkle, with a beach cafe, a harbour (with kayak and dinghy storage by permit) and two small beaches. Portwrinkle is home to the Whitsand Bay Golf Club and lies on the beautiful south west coast path, just to the west of Plymouth and east of Looe, in an extraordinary unspoilt coastal region away from the tourist routes and adjacent to the beautiful Rame Peninsula. Neighbouring Crafthole village has a community shop/post office, active community hall with social activities and nursery/playgroup. The village of Anthony (3 miles), has a popular primary school (rated “Good” by Ofsted), also within the catchment area of two Plymouth grammar schools, with their excellent reputation. There are a much wider range of facilities available in the riverside town of Torpoint with its sailing club and deep water moorings.

The broad sweep of Whitsand Bay boasts over three miles of golden sands with seasonal RNLI Lifeguards and the crystal clear waters are renowned for bathing, surfing, kayaking and all manner of watersports. Whitsand Bay is officially designated a Marine Conservation Zone noted for the abundance of marine flora and fauna. Tregonhawke and Treninnow Cliff lie within an Area of Great Landscape Value and is also a designated County Wildlife Site.

Nearby the villages of Kingsand and Cawsand (5 miles) both have a welcoming community, are home to the Rame Gig Club and are well equipped with a variety of local shops, pubs and restaurants together with a sailing club and other facilities. The Rame Peninsula is relatively little known, often described as ‘Cornwall’s forgotten corner’, forming part of the Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with quiet beaches and outlined by the South West Coastal Path which can be accessed only about 600 metres south of the property. The Mount Edgcumbe Country Park, an 800 acre area of coastal woodland and open hillsides, is possibly one of the most beautiful and varied locations of Cornwall, lies only 7 miles distant.

The town of Saltash has a long waterfront with deep water moorings on the River Tamar and a Waitrose store on its northern outskirts. The city of Plymouth with its historic Barbican and beautiful waterfront and marinas lies within commuting distance. The mainline railway station can be accessed at St. Germans (4 miles) providing an excellent commuting facility (Plymouth – London Paddington 3 hours).

DESCRIPTION
Available on the open market for the first time in 63 years, Tremor comprises a detached south facing residence set within just over 0.20 acre of garden and in an elevated location within the prized beachside village of Portwrinkle. From this position the principal rooms have fascinating and utterly distracting views spanning from the iconic landmarks of Rame Head in the East, the Eddystone Lighthouse on the south horizon and Dodman Point in the west – The Lizard can also be seen in the far west on days with clear visibility.

The property is believed to date from the mid 1920’s and retains some period features and benefits from LPG gas central heating and full double glazing.

The accommodation extends to about 1847 sq ft over two floors and briefly comprises – GROUND FLOOR – Porch – Reception Hall – 24′ Dual Aspect Sitting Room with two sea-facing bay windows – 14′ Kitchen/Dining Room again with sea-facing bay window – Snug/Bedroom 4 – Laundry Room – Bedroom 1 (Double) – Bath/Shower Room – FIRST FLOOR – 2 Double Bedrooms both dual aspect with sea views – Shower Room/WC.

OUTSIDE
The property is approached over a tarmac driveway providing ample parking and leading to the large double garage. From here a short flight of steps rise up into the garden. The property is centrally situated within a most generous plot, well screened from the village road and with a south aspect dominated by the extraordinary sea and coastline views. There is a paved patio together with lawns and established tree, shrub and flower beds.

EPC RATING – E

DIRECTIONS
Using Sat Nav – Postcode PL11 3BP – The property will be found on the right hand side upon entering the village.

Property Documents

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  • Address Portwrinkle, Portwrinkle Torpoint, Cornwall
  • City Portwrinkle Torpoint
  • State/county Cornwall
  • Zip/Postal Code PL11 3BP
  • Area Portwrinkle

Details

Updated on April 12, 2024 at 5:41 pm
  • Property ID: hz-11372
  • Price: Offers In Excess £975,000
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathroom: 0
  • Property Type: House - Detached
  • Property Status: For Sale

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