Price £379,000 Sold
  • Detached dormer bungalow
  • Fine views towards East Looe
  • Secluded location yet close to amenities
  • Gas central heating & uPVC double glazing
  • 3/4 bedroom accommodation
  • Large woodland gardens, a haven for wildlife
  • Detached garage

Occupying a secluded and private position on West Looe Hill this detached dormer bungalow offers spacious accommodation together with delightful woodland gardens that are a haven for visiting wildlife and a tranquil escape. Situated towards the top of the hill the property has a single detached garage and from here a gently sloping and stepped path leads up through the front garden to the property. The accommodation is relatively spacious with a kitchen/diner, lounge, dining room, bedroom, bathroom and conservatory on the ground floor and two further bedrooms, one with en suite, on the first floor. Outside, there are gardens on all sides and these are relatively low maintenance. The front is terraced and planted with trees and matures shrubs, there are patios to either side and the woodland garden to the rear. The latter is of generous size with stepping stone paths that lead through the woods where hidden seating areas can be discovered, as well as an abundance of visiting wildlife. The location of the property is such that it is within easy reach of all that Looe has to offer including the harbour, beach, shops and restaurants.

The property is approached via a stepped and sloping path, this leads up through the front garden to the stable entrance door which is to the side.

Dual aspect room with uPVC double glazed windows on two sides affording views across the valley to the Downs and over the gardens. This is a well fitted room with floor and wall mounted units complimented by worksurfaces that have tiled backdrops. Inset single drainer sink unit. Space and plumbing for a washing machine. Space for dining table and chairs. Built in electric double oven, built in hob with cooker hood above. Radiator. Shelved airing cupboard. Door to inner hall.

Inner Hall
Staircase rising to the first floor with storage cupboard beneath. Doors to all rooms and the conservatory.

Re-fitted this beautiful room has a full length vanity unit with cupboards, drawers, inset wash hand basin and wc. Radiator. Semi enclosed recess with fitted bath. Full tiling to walls. uPVC double glazed windows with obscured glass.

uPVC double glazed window. Radiator. Built in double wardrobe.

Light dual aspect room with uPVC double glazed windows on two sides affording views over the valley towards the Downs and across to East Looe and beyond. The focal point of the room is a brick faced fireplace with inset woodburner. To either side of the fireplace there are useful recesses. Radiator.

Extremely spacious room with uPVC double glazed windows on three sides overlooking the garden. uPVC double glazed doors opening into the garden. Radiator.

Dining Room/Bedroom 4
Bespoke wood panelled walls with inset shelving. Radiator. Windows opening to the conservatory.

First Floor

Doors off to both bedrooms and eaves storage space.

uPVC double glazed window giving views across the valley to the Downs. Built in double wardrobe. Eaves access with storage. Radiator. Door to en suite shower room.

En Suite Shower Room
Fully tiled walls and floor. Walk in shower cubicle. Close coupled wc. Wash hand basin with cupboard beneath. Radiator. Storage cupboard housing the central heating boiler.

uPVC double glazed window giving views towards the Downs, East Looe and beyond. Storage cupboard. Built in dressing table with cupboards beneath and to the side. Built in bedside cupboards and shelving. Range of built in wardrobes within the eaves. Wall light. Radiator.

The property is set in extensive gardens. The front garden in terraced with access path to the side, the gardens are relatively low maintenance and planted with shrubs and trees. Areas extend around either side, both with patios, one by the kitchen door the other by the conservatory. The latter enjoys far reaching views. To the rear there is a woodland garden which extends to the rear boundary where it adjoins farmland. Stepping stone paths meander through the woods and lead to hidden seating areas. Within the gardens you will find three sheds (all with electric) and a greenhouse, the latter currently used as a wood store. Two additional wood stores. The gardens are a haven for visiting wildlife and would be ideal for those with a passion for nature.

Garage and Parking
The property has a single detached garage and the present owners also park by the side of the path that leads to the property.

Mains water, electricity, drainage and gas.
Central heating is gas and via a Worcester Combi boiler.


From the centre of Looe cross the bridge into West Looe and turn immediately left by the river. Follow this road and take the second right, proceed past the fire station and the Jolly Sailor on your left. Continue up West Looe Hill and towards the top, on your left you will see a sign for Tremalec. Turn into here and in the far right corner there are some bollards, park here and you will see the path leading up to East View.

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.

Floor Plan
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