A detached bungalow situated in the ever popular north coast harbour village of Portreath. Features include 3/4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a sitting room with a multi fuel burner, outside seating area, a summer house and an outbuilding. Garage and parking. The property benefits from stunning sunsets and views across Portreath harbour, beach and sea. NO ONWARD CHAIN. Offers in excess of £550,000.General Description
The property is set on the south westerly facing side of Portreath and offers amazing coastal and harbour views. The spacious and extended bungalow offers light and airy accommodation comprising an entrance lobby / diner, sitting with an integrated multi fuel burner, kitchen with integrated appliances and a further smaller room with cooker and belfast sink. Further rooms include dining area / alternative living space, three bedrooms, two bathrooms, garage. Exterior: A summer house and a further detached outbuilding both inclusive of electric supply. There is a decking area to the side / front of the property for outside dining and taking in the views all around.Services
Mains electricity, drainage and water.Floor Area
Total approximate floor area 127.4 square metres (1371 square feet) including the outbuildings and garage.Tenure
Council Tax band C, please call Local Cornwall Council general line number 0300 1234 100 to clarify.School Catchment
Schools in close proximity to the property include Junior School: Portreath (0.6 miles). Senior School: Redruth School (3.1 miles). Further Education: Truro College (9 miles) and Camborne College (3.7 miles) Universities: Falmouth University of the Creative Arts and the Falmouth campus of Exeter University (11.9 miles).Heating and Glazing
Oil fired central heating and an integrated multi fuel burner. Fully double glazed. LPG gas bottles for hob.Situation
Situated on the eastern cliff tops of Portreath beach and harbour, Riviera Cottage benefits from harbour and coastal sea views, which there can be the most wonderful sunsets. Portreath village was once Cornwall's busiest mining harbour and is part of the Cornish Mining World Heritage site and lies within an area of outstanding natural beauty. A walk down along the harbour and onto the family friendly beach, which is also known for its surfing, the property itself is situated on Lighthouse Hill with access to coastal footpath's and a Coast to Coast Cycle Trail. Cornwall's North Coast is renowned for its rugged cliffs, sandy beaches and clifftop walks. As well as the beach, Portreath itself has a mixture of shops, cafe's and pubs. Further amenities are within easy reach in the nearby town of Redruth (4 miles) and in the Cathedral City of Truro (12 miles). Regular main line trains connect Truro to London and other principle cities. There are bus services to Redruth, Camborne and St Ives. Newquay Airport links Cornwall to the rest of the country and continental Europe by air.