- Three Storey Fisherman's Cottage
- Two/Three Bedrooms
- No Onward Chain
- Grade II Listed, Circa 17th Century
- Close to Beach & Amenities
- Stunning Character Features
- Gas Central Heating
Tudor Cottage is a fine example of a traditional Fisherman's Cottage ensconced in the quaint, narrow back streets of Looe, just yards from the popular local amenities, picturesque quay side and sheltered sandy beach. Internally the accommodation is over three storeys, comprising a good size dining room/sitting room and kitchen on the ground floor, a sitting room/bedroom plus a small double bedroom on the first floor and a good size double bedroom and family bathroom on the top floor. Throughout the property there are impressive character features such as a superb fireplace with wood burning stove and curved stairwells. On the top floor, the bedroom has low level exposed beams which give the room a unique quirky charm. Dating back to the17th Century and with a Grade II listing, Tudor cottage has undergone sympathetic updating over the years with the addition of some modern fixtures and fittings, including a gas central heating system, there is also a small but handy outside space at the rear. Currently a successful holiday let, the property is being sold as seen, apart from a few of the owners personal possessions. There are also holiday bookings for next year if desired.
Situated on the south coast of Cornwall, Looe is a historic, picturesque and magical fishing town with quaint old buildings, narrow twisting streets, smugglers taverns, fine restaurants and a wonderful sandy beach with shallow seas and a wealth of rock pools. The safe bay and estuary are a favourite with sailing, motorboat and water sports enthusiasts whilst the activities of the fishing fleet are a constant fascination to all. Only a quarter of a mile from the beach is St Georges Island, once a popular landing place for smugglers. Divided into East and West by a seven arch bridge and the Looe river, the main town is on the eastern side and offers a diverse range of shops, good facilities, local amenities and excellent schools. Looe is easily reached by the M5/A38 and is served by a scenic branch railway from Liskeard that connects through to Plymouth and from here the rest of the UK.
Solid Oak entrance door with small glazed panel opens into the dining room.
A room of immense character that features exposed beams, wood panelling, oak floor and a fabulous deep set fireplace with inset wood burner on a slate hearth. Sash window to the front with wooden window seat beneath. Radiator. Under stair cupboard. Consumer unit and electricity meter. Stairs to the first floor. Opening through to kitchen.
Slate floor. Bespoke wooden floor standing units with matching worktops. Tiled splashbacks. Crockery stand. Inset single drainer sink. Space and plumbing for washing and dishwasher. Fridge freezer. Exposed beams. Window to the rear. Door to the rear that gives access to a small courtyard.
The stairs open into the sitting room.
Sash window to the front. Radiator. Deep shelved recess. Ornament niche. Exposed beams. Wall lights. Wooden door concealing staircase to the second floor. Door to bedroom.
Sash window to the rear. Exposed beams. Wood panelling. Deep recesses. Radiator.
Stairs from the first floor open into the bedroom.
Full of character this unusual room is extremely spacious and features exposed beams and timbers including a large horizontal roof beam. Vaulted ceiling. Painted stonework. Wood panelling. Pair of glazed doors that open inwards with railings to the outside that form a Juliet style balcony. Radiator. Fitted wardrobes with storage space above. Wall lights.
White suite of panelled bath with mixer shower above, rail and curtain. Tiled surround. Close coupled wc. Towel radiator. Wash hand basin. Further radiator. Sash window with obscured glass and deep cill. Exposed timbers.
To the rear there is a small decked courtyard accessed from the kitchen.
Mains water, electricity, drainage and gas.
Gas central heating to a system of radiators.
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
The property has been holiday let through Sykes Cottages and has bookings for next year. Should the buyer wish to continue using the property as a holiday let through Sykes then they would have the benefit of these bookings.
The cottage is sold furnished and equipped as seen with the exception of the TV`s and the owners personal possessions.
From our office proceed down the main road towards the beach. On reaching the fork in the road by Mountain Warehouse, bear right and take the fourth left. The cottage is just a few yards down the street after the painted mangle on the right.
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