Situated in a quiet corner of the popular Gerrans Hill residential area of the village, just a short distance form the waterfront and heart of the village. This immaculately presented detached bungalow has been tastefully improved and renovated in recent years by the current owners. A feature is the wonderful open plan living room with French doors to the rear patio and garden, opening to the timeless classic shaker kitchen, fireplace with wood burner and some delightful distant sea views. From the moment you step through the door, the exceptionally light and airy accommodation, quality of the finish, oak doors and oak laminate floors, soft colours will surely appeal to most tastes. The extensive improvements also include updated electric, uPVC double glazing and new night storage heating.
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A part glazed composite front door with obscure glazing to either side opens in to the wide entrance hall with oak floor, part glazed door to the living room, hall cloaks cupboard and doors to the kitchen, bedrooms and bathroom. The living room has a large window overlooking the front garden with sea view beyond, oak floor, a fireplace with slate lining and hearth housing the wood burning stove, French doors in the dining area open to the rear garden and a further opening leads into the kitchen. With a range of soft sage wall units, larder cupboards and matching base units with wood effect worktops and white ceramic sink. The integrated appliances include a stainless steal oven with ceramic hob over and extractor fan, fridge, dishwasher and washer/dryer. The oak floor extends into the kitchen, a window overlooks the garden and door to the garden and another into the hall.
There are two double bedrooms overlooking the front garden and a third double to the rear. The family bathroom has obscure glazed windows, laminate floor with under floor heating, heated towel rail, panelled bath with thermostatically controlled shower over, pedestal wash basin and WC.
Garage with up and over door, light and power connected and driveway to the front for several vehicles.
The pretty front garden is mainly laid to lawn with boundary palms and shrubs to the front and hedging to both sides. The south facing garden at the rear is a quiet and private suntrap with trees to the rear boundary abutting a green filed. There is a stone pave patio area with low stone wall and the main garden area is mostly laid to lawn and an outside shower helps to clean up after a day at the beach or on the water.
The following services are available mains electric, metered mains water and mains drainage.
Portscatho is one of the most well known and well loved villages on the Roseland Peninsula, an unspoilt area of Cornwall's south coast. An active community, the village is served by a range of shops and caters for day to day needs including art galleries, general store, butchers, café, public house, harbour club, and doctor's surgery. A pretty church, primary school and public house are found in the neighbouring village of Gerrans. Portscatho's enduring appeal is bolstered by a fantastic local food scene, lead by the now legendary Hidden Hut Beach Cafe just along the coastal path at Porthcurnick Beach, described by The Telegraph as the 'hottest destination in the county, if not the country'. The team behind the café have also added a beach front coffee shop and taverna in the village itself and the Driftwood Hotel with its Michelin starred restaurant is also close by at Rosevine.
The Roseland is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with delightful harbour and rural villages, popular stretch of the South West Coastal Path and golden sand beaches and hidden coves. Further along the peninsula is St Anthony's National Trust headland with its iconic lighthouse and lesser known golden beaches of Towan and Mulunan. The elegant sailing resort of St Mawes is just five miles away, where the passenger ferry takes you to the vibrant town of Falmouth and the cathedral city of Truro is 15 miles distant.