First and Last
2 bedroom property for sale in Trewetha Lane, Port Isaac, North Cornwall
£435,000 Under offer
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• Carefully considered barn conversion of a property that was originally the first and last building to be seen in the old village of Port Isaac
• Private garden with pretty views of the picturesque village and countryside beyond
• Off road parking – are rare commodity in the old part of the village
• A short walk to Port Isaac Harbour and five minutes’ walk to Port Gaverne
• 2 bedrooms, 1 ensuite, further family bathroom
• Deceptively spacious – in all about 806 sq. ft
First and Last is a charming and unique stone and slate barn conversion conveniently positioned within a short walk of the harbour. Situated on the edge of a conservation area, this highly appealing property has been tastefully renovated and retains many character features such as exposed roof timbers, stained glass window, wooden floors and log burning stove. With a proven track record as a successful holiday let, First and Last would make an equally comfortable main residence.
Port Isaac is an historic fishing village situated along the rugged North Cornwall coastline famed for its picturesque fisherman’s cottages and narrow streets. The village itself has been the stage for various film and television series, the most notable being ITVs ‘Doc Martin’ starring Martin Clunes where it’s known as Port Wenn. The village is also famous for being the home to the successful shanty singing group The Fishermans Friends who are often found singing on the Platt during the summer weeks.
The village has a friendly local and boasts all the usual facilities and amenities for day to day living i.e. shops, doctor’s surgery, primary school, and excellent restaurants including two of Nathan Outlaw's establishments where he holds three Michelin stars.
Benefiting from bus links to local towns and villages such as Wadebridge, Rock and Polzeath, Port Isaac is well located to enjoy a gamut of outdoor including coastal walking, water sports, golf and horse riding.
Accessed via the parking area you enter the property through the porch onto the first floor, which leads into a light and airy living, dining and kitchen space. The ground floor comprises two double bedrooms (1 ensuite) and family bathroom. Please see overleaf for configuration.
First and Last two has two gardens – one leading from the driveway to the front door and a second secluded garden accessed from a couple steps down from the front door. It’s a lovely ample sized garden with plenty of sunlight as it has a south facing aspect with excellent views of the valley.
Mains electricity, water and drainage. Oil fired central heating.