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This charming Georgian property is situated at the bottom of Church Hill stands in an elevated position overlooking Port Isaac’s harbour and village. Enjoying sea views across to Tintagel’s Head, this 4-bedroom property provides an open plan kitchen/dining room and living room with a separate sitting room on the first floor. Benefitting from off-road parking and well-manicured front & rear gardens, both enjoying elevated terraces for al fresco dining and relaxation. Currently a successful holiday let but would equally make a beautiful primary residence.
Accessed off of Church Hill, the accommodation briefly comprises:
Ground Floor: Spacious entrance hall with store cupboard | Open plan kitchen/dining room with access to rear alley and garden | Living Room with open fire | Utility / shower Room
First Floor: Master bedroom overlooking Church Hill and the slipway | Double bedroom | Recently fitted shower room | Family bathroom
Second Floor: Two connecting double bedrooms offering views of Port Isaac Harbour
Main’s water, drainage and electricity. Electric night storage heaters.
Contents included in the sale.
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. Loved by millions as Portwenn in ITV’s Doc Martin and the birthplace of The Fisherman’s Friends, Port Isaac has a number of good places to eat and drink, all within walking distance of Courtenay House. These include two of Nathan Outlaws eateries where he holds 3 Michelin stars. Other notable restaurants and pubs include The Port Gaverne Hotel and The Stargazy Inn, The Mote and The Golden Lion. Most everyday shopping requirements can be met in Port Isaac at the Co-op but the market town of Wadebridge, with an inspiring collection of independent shops, is only about 8 miles distant. The surfing beach at Polzeath and the watersports haven of Rock are a short drive of 6 miles.