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This quintessential, 3-bedroom Cornish cottage holds an exciting opportunity for renovation and refurbishment. Enjoying a central location in the heart of Port Isaac, The Pump retains many original features.
• Open plan kitchen/dining room with stable door, spacious living room with open fire.
• 3 well-proportioned bedrooms and family bathroom.
• Full of charm and character with original features throughout.
• Exciting opportunity for full renovation and refurbishment.
• Moments from the harbour of Port Isaac and the excitement of the village.
• All in approx. 927 sq. ft (56.1 sq. m)
The Pump was used as the old village pump right up until the 1950’s even after the mains water was installed, until it was finally sealed off in the early 1970’s. The Pump is a 3-bedroom cottage, nestled in the heart of Port Isaac, oozing charm and character. Full of great potential for renovation and refurbishment, this property could be made into a charming coastal retreat. With spacious living accommodation and period features, including slate floors, wooden beams and Cornish stone walls. Located on Middle Street, only a short stroll from the harbour and some of Port Isaac’s award-winning eateries.
Open plan kitchen/dining room | Spacious living room with working fireplace
2 Double bedrooms | 1 single bedroom | Family bathroom
Port Isaac is a popular holiday destination and residential village on the rugged North Cornwall coast, famed for its historic fishing harbour, quaint winding streets and scenic coastal walks. Nearby, in Rock and Daymer Bay, conditions are ideal for sailing, water-skiing and windsurfing, as well as the renowned St Enodoc Golf Club offering two excellent 18-hole courses. With a friendly local community which cares with great pride for its environment, Port Isaac has a number of good places to eat and drink, all within walking distance, including 2 of Nathan Outlaws eateries where he holds 3 Michelin stars. Locally there are also a wealth of excellent restaurants and pubs including; The Port Gaverne Hotel, Rick Stein’s Seafood Restaurant and Paul Ainsworth’s No. 6 in Padstow. The ferry and water taxi in Rock make travelling to Padstow both enjoyable and easy. Most everyday shopping requirements can be met in Port Isaac but the market town of Wadebridge, with an inspiring collection of independent shops, is only about 8 miles distant.
Access from Middle Street and stable door access to the side of the building. Small sunny patio area to the front of the property
Mains water, electricity and drainage. Night store heaters.