*BEST & FINAL OFFERS TO BE SUBMITTED BY FRIDAY 10TH, CURRENT OFFERS OVER £250,000* A fantastic opportunity to acquire this quaint two bedroomed property situated in the heart of Newlyn. Offering stunning sea views from the front courtyard and is within a five minute walk down to the harbour. Features include an enclosed front and rear courtyard, sitting room with a wood burner, large kitchen and an outbuilding to the rear. NO ONWARD CHAIN. Guide price £225,000.General Description
A characterful two bed terraced property is located in a highly sought after location near to Newlyn harbour. It is in need of some renovation work but would be suitable for a couple or as a investment opportunity. The ground floor accommodation comprises of: a sitting room with a wood burner with steps down into the large kitchen / breakfast room and access to the rear courtyard. First floor: two double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Exterior: rear courtyard and an outbuilding, also there is an enclosed front courtyard offering sea views.Tenure
Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage.Heating and Glazing
Gas central heating, wood burner and single glazed sash windows.Floor Area
Total approximate floor area: 67.7 square metres (728 square feet).Parking
From the owners knowledge there is a nearby car park in close approximately to the property to offer parking permits all year round. To obtain details on prices and the policy of the parking permits with Newlyn Harbour please contact Hus for further information or call Newlyn Harbour office on 01736362523.Situation
The property is situated in the heart of Newlyn and is only a short walk down to Newlyn harbour. It is located in a conservational area and is also a grade two listed building. Historically Newlyn was a vital fishing port and remains a thriving Trust port landing in excess of £30 million per annum. With its abundance of fish shops , specialist crab and lobster shops Newlyn has grown into a 'Foodie' destination and now boasts its own Cheese and Charcuterie, Greengrocers, Bakers, Butchers and home to the famous Jelberts ice cream. In addition 3 award winning restaurants, a number of cafes and great pubs with sea views all make Newlyn a destination village. Once home to the Newlyn School of Artists the arts scene remains vibrant with the Newlyn School of Art running year round courses, The Newlyn Gallery and the state of the art converted warehouse the Newlyn Filmhouse are open year round as well as a number of galleries, ceramic shops and the famous Newlyn Copper Works. Neighbouring town Penzance is just a mile away with convienient amenities such as shops, supermarkets, takeaways and many more. The mainline Penzance Train Station offers access routes to London and North of the UK and also a ferry boat route to Isles of Scilly. Newlyn Beach can be reached in 10 minutes’ walk. The picturesque village of Mousehole is 2 miles away, while St Ives, Lands End, The Minack Theatre and St. Michaels’ Mount are all within 20 minutes' drive.