- Secluded Cliff Top Residence
- Three Bedrooms/Two Bathrooms
- Gas Central Heating
- Backs onto the Wooldown
- Breathtaking Views Over Looe and Out To Sea
- South Facing Gardens and Sun Lounge
- uPVC Double Glazing
Bryn-Y-Mor is a detached period property situated on one of the highest points in East Looe where it enjoys the most breathtaking and panoramic views that Looe has to offer.The walk up to the property is certainly not for the faint hearted but it is well worth the effort as the views take in the sea, coastline, Looe Island, parts of Hannafore, whilst also looking down over the town, harbour and across the river to West Looe, all of which can be enjoyed from the house, garden and patio. Internally the two storey accommodation briefly comprises; entrance porch, sun lounge/conservatory, hallway, lounge, kitchen/breakfast room, downstairs shower room, three bedrooms and a bathroom. Further to this there is a large decked patio and a split level garden with a light, southerly aspect. A set of stone steps rise to a rear gate that allows private access to the Wooldown, an area of natural beauty that also offers an easier more level approach to the property.
A wooden gate to the side of the property gives access to a path and decked steps rising up to the decking, the front porch and conservatory. Front door opens into the porch, opening to the conservatory. Coat hooks.
Half uPVC double glazed room incorporating patio doors onto the garden. Coastal views.
Stairs with half landing rise to the first floor. uPVC double glazed internal window to conservatory. Radiator. Under-stair cupboard with window to the side aspect, Doors off to lounge, kitchen/breakfast room and shower room.
Bay window incorporating patio doors, all uPVC double glazed affording stunning views. uPVC double glazed window to the side aspect. Fire place with slate hearth housing a multi-fuel burning stove. Picture rail. Radiators.
uPVC half glazed door to the side aspect giving access to the rear of the property. uPVC double glazed window to the rear aspect. Range of base and wall units (one housing the central heating boiler) and worktops. Inset sink and drainer. Inset ceramic hob with built in double oven beneath and cooker hood above. Exposed timber floor. Some panelled walls and tiled splash backs. Radiator.
uPVC double glazed window to the side aspect. Large shower cubicle with tiled surround and glass doors. Pedestal wash hand basin, close coupled WC. Painted wainscoting. Radiator.
First Floor Landing
First floor uPVC double glazed window to the side aspect. Doors off to all rooms. Floor to ceiling airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder. Loft hatch with ladder.
uPVC double glazed bay window, incorporating a built in day bed with storage beneath, affording stunning sea and town views. uPVC double glazed window to the side aspect. Ceiling rose.
uPVC double glazed window to the side aspect. Recess cupboard with shelves above. Picture rail. Radiator.
Dual aspect room with large picture uPVC double glazed windows to the front and side aspects affording breathtaking views over Looe and out to sea. Coving, radiator.
Circular original window to the side aspect. Two uPVC double glazed windows to the rear aspect.
Claw foot free standing bath, pedestal wash hand basin, close coupled WC. Heated towel rail, radiator.
A good size deck extends across the front of the property from where the panoramic sea, town and coastal views can be enjoyed. On the north side of the property there is a cultivated sloping garden perfect for potting, veggies and herbs plus a small usable shed and greenhouse. There is a path to the rear of the property and a raised sloping garden that has been left to nature and borders the foot of the Wooldown. The main garden is on the south facing side and is split level with areas of lawn and patio together with mature shrub borders, space for outside seating and a garden shed. From here a set of steps leads up to the rear gate which gives private access to the Wooldown.
There is no parking with the property. There are spaces for rent in and around the town subject to waiting lists. For further information on the availability of spaces these organisations can be contacted on the following numbers. Cornwall Council Car parks Permit Team - 0300 1234 222. East Looe Town Trust - 01503 263709. West Looe Town Trust - 01503 263655
Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage.
Gas central heating to a system of radiators from a wall mounted boiler in the kitchen.
On foot from our office, proceed down Fore Street, turn left immediately after the Ship Public House into Castle Street. Follow this road to the crossroads and go straight over into Eastcliff. Follow this road as it joins the cliff path, before it narrows there is a turning and a small slip road on the left hand side, proceed up here as this pathway narrows and steps lead up to raised paths leading off to various houses along Eastcliff. For viewings we recommend meeting one of our members of staff at our office.
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