OIEO £140,000 Sale Agreed
  • Tucked away on the coast path yet close to all amenities
  • Two entrances, ground floor and top floor
  • Night store heating
  • Would benefit from some updating
  • Versatile 2/3 bedroom apartment on three floors
  • Some harbour views from kitchen and garden
  • Cannot be used as a commercial holiday let
  • Energy Rating:G18 - Council Tax: Band A

One of the most popular places in Cornwall, the village of Polperro is undoubtedly one of the prettiest. Packed tightly into a steep valley on either side of the River Pol, the quaint colour washed cottages and twisting streets offer surprises at every turn. With its protected inner harbour full of colourful boats, it is still a working fishing village, although tourism now provides the main source of income. The coastline here is part of the 80 mile south Cornwall Heritage Coast, and from Polperro beautiful walks extend to Talland in the east or Lansallos in the west. both with beaches and interesting churches. Situated on the coast path just yards from the harbour you will find this 2/3 bedroom apartment tucked away yet within easy reach of all the village has to offer. Enjoying some views of the inner harbour from the accommodation and the outer harbour from the garden, the apartment is ideally suited to use as a main or second home and would benefit from some updating. Due to a covenant within the lease it cannot be used as a commercial holiday let.

Wooden entrance door with small glazed panel opens into a porch

Understairs area . Lpg bottle store. Stairs to the first floor.

Reception room/occasional bedroom
Double opening single glazed windows to the front with deep cill. Pair of built in storage cupboards. Wall mounted panel heater. Open beam ceiling. Doors off to bedroom 1 and to the staircase that rises to the second floor.

Bedroom 1
Single glazed window to the front with deep cill. Wall mounted panel heater. Open beam ceiling.

Second Floor
Staircase from the reception/occasional bedroom on the first floor leads up to the lounge on the second floor.

Double opening single glazed windows to the front giving roof top views across to the Warren and beyond. Fireplace with attractive surround and heart. Wood mantel. Inset lpg coal effect living flame fire. Night storage heater. Door off to inner hall.

Inner Hall
Eye level cupboard with consumer unit and electricity meter. Wooden door with small glazed panel to the rear. Doors off to the kitchen, bedroom 2 and the shower room.

Bedroom 2
Double opening single glazed windows to the front giving views across to the Warren and beyond. Night storage heater. Built in double wardrobe providing hanging space and shelving.

Shower Room
Corner shower cubicle with electric shower. Wash hand basin set into a unit with cupboards beneath. High level WC. Night storage heater. Full ceramic tiling to walls. Recessed lighting. Window to the rear with obscured glass.

Double opening single glazed window giving views over the inner harbour, the Warren and beyond. Floor and wall mounted units with fitted work surfaces. Inset single drainer sink. Space for upright fridge freezer. Space and plumbing for a washing machine.

To the rear of the property there is a path that gives gated access onto the coast path and also provides access to the property via the door on the second floor. To the side of this there is a small area of garden that overlooks the outer harbour.

Mains water, electricity (dual tariff) and drainage.
Lpg bottles provide gas for the fire in the lounge.

Leasehold: Term: 125 years from 5 July 1999
Ground Rent: £10 per annum
Service charge: This is the cost of the buildings insurance together with 10% of the management fees. For the previous year this equated to £129.78 which is made up as follows - £117.98 insurance and £11.80 management fees.
External maintenance of the building is split 50/50 between the leaseholder and freeholder (Cornwall Council).
A covenant within the lease states that the property cannot be holiday let.
A copy of the lease is available in our office.

On entering Polperro walk down the main street towards the harbour. On reaching the inner harbour go around to the right hand side and walk past the Three Pilchards and The Blue Peter. Just after the steps into the Blue Peter you will see some further steps leading up to the coast path, follow these around and just behind the Blue Peter there is a gate leading to the entrance of the property.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Messrs Seasons Estate Agents Ltd for themselves and for the vendors or lessors of this property whose agents they are give notice that: these particulars are set out as a general outline only for the guidance of intended purchasers or lesses, and do not constitute part of, an offer or contract; all descriptions, dimensions, floor plans, reference to condition and necessary permissions for use and occupation, and other details are given without responsibility and any intending purchasers or tenants should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of them; no person in the employment of Messrs Seasons Estate Agents Ltd has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property.

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