Situated in a slightly elevated position in the ever popular Parc an Dillon Road residential area of the village, just a short distance form the waterfront and heart of the village. This spacious link detached bungalow has been well maintained, has uPVC double glazing and oil fired central heating and would now benefit from some updating. A feature of this property are the wonderful views across Gerrans Bay from Nare Head and Gull Rock to the tip of The Lugger and National Trust land beyond, which are enjoyed from the front garden, sitting room and loft rooms. The generous accommodation includes an entrance porch, spacious living room, dining room, kitchen, utility, bathroom and three bedrooms. A staircase in the dining room takes you up to two loft rooms.
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The entrance porch with double gazed door and window and internal door to the living room, which has a large window overlooking the front garden and enjoying the sea views. The living room also has a feature fireplace with stone surround and hearth and timber mantel, further window to the side and door to the inner hall. In the inner is an airing cupboard and doors to the bedrooms, bathroom and dining room. There is a timber staircase to the first floor in the dining room, a circular opening to the living room and door though to the utility room. The utility room has a range of units, sink, space for fridge and washing machine, cloakroom with WC, door to the garage and to the kitchen. Overlooking the attractive rear garden, the kitchen has a range of oak units, stainless steel sink, built in double oven and hob, Worcester boiler for the oil fired central heating and door to the rear.
Bedroom one overlooks the attractive back garden, as does bedroom two, which also has a wash hand basin and shower cubicle fitted with an electric shower. Bedroom three has a window to the side elevation. The bathroom has a velux window and suite comprising a panelled bath with electric shower over, wash basin and WC.
On the first floor are two loft rooms with restricted head height. The front room has a window to the front and side, both with exceptional bay views, velux window and two storage cupboards into the eaves. The room at the rear has delightful views of the garden and cricket field and there is wash hand basin and eaves storage.
The integrated garage has an electric up and over door and light and power connected. The level driveway to the front provides parking for several vehicles.
The pretty front garden is mainly laid to lawn with boundary hedging to the front and slate paved patio area with super views. The rear garden is sheltered and hedged with trees and shrubs for privacy. There is an array of mature flowering plants and apples tress, a lawned area and stone paved patio, timber summer house and shed. At the side of property is a greenhouse, further shed and area housing the oil tank.
The following services are available mains electric, metered mains water and mains drainage, oil fired central heating, telephone line (connection has not been verified).
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 tavern 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.