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• Built in 1860, this 3 storey Victorian built home has recently undergone extensive renovation and is presented in very good condition
• Large South facing terraced garden with extensive lawn area
• Parking for up to 3 cars (a rare commodity in the old part of the village)
• A short walk to Port Isaac harbour and five minutes’ walk to Port Gaverne
• Impressive views over the picturesque village, down to the harbour and out to sea.
• Deceptively spacious- in all about
1,473 sq. ft with 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom & 1 shower room
The original Port Isaac surgery, Harewood is set in a privileged and elevated position. Harewood boasts both a generous garden and parking for up to 3 cars. The property, which has been tastefully renovated and still retains many original features, has proved itself as a successful holiday rental but would make an equally comfortable main residence. This three-bedroom property is spaced over three stories comprising over 1,470 square feet. Open plan kitchen dining provides the perfect space for entertaining, whilst the conservatory leading on to the rear patio lends itself to al-fresco dining in the summer months. Bedrooms 1 and 2 are located on the first floor whilst the master suite enjoys scenic views of the harbour and out to sea.
Port Isaac is a 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 community which cares with great pride for its environment. It 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. Port Isaac also benefits from bus links to local towns such as the market town of Wadebridge and other popular destinations such as Rock and Polzeath. Port Isaac is well located to enjoy the gamut of outdoor activities available at close range including coastal walking, water sports, golf, pony and horse riding.
Outside the front of Harewood is a seating area which enjoys extensive views out to sea.The conservatory, at the rear of the property, leads onto a private patio area with terraced seating above. A Spacious elevated rear garden with established shrubbery creates a welcoming and intimate space. The property benefits from an extensive parking port for up to 3 cars, leads through the garden down into the back of the property .
Mains water and drainage. Mains electric. Oil fired central heating.