Delightful 17th Century Grade II listed cottage situated just off West Looe Square and a stones throw from the harbour and all it has to offer. The property has been recently refurbished and offers an attractive mix of period charm and modern comforts. The cottage benefits from an open plan living/dining/kitchen area with character beams and a log burner. A spacious and bright double bedroom, second bedroom and a fully tiled wet room. There is a cobbled area to the front of the property suitable for parking a small car. Local shops and amenities are on the doorstep. This property would make an ideal holiday/second home in beautiful Looe but equally attractive to first time buyers and investors. NO ONWARD CHAIN. GUIDE PRICE £250,000.General Desrcription
The quintessential fisherman's cottage within 50 yards of beautiful Looe harbour! The property would make an ideal bolthole/holiday home in this popular Cornish coastal town. Within walking distance of all shops, restaurants and amenities, it is perfectly placed to take advantage of all the delights Looe has to offer. The accommodation comprises on the ground floor; wooden door into open plan living area with log burner and traditional beamed ceiling. Kitchen area with ceramic hob, Belfast sink, worktop and wall mounted cupboards. Door to staircase, rising to first floor. On the first floor - landing with access to a spacious double bedroom with a front window seat, a second bedroom (also suitable as an office or dressing room), fully tiled wet room with shower, basin and WC with two skylights. Exterior - cobbled frontage with space for a small car.Council Tax
Council Tax band A , please call local Cornwall Council general line number on 0300 1234 100 to clarify.Floor Area
Total approximate floor area is 35.6 square metres (383 square feet).Services
Mains Electricity, water and drainage.Heating and Glazing
Single glazed windows to the front of the cottage. Wood burning stove and electric heating. Double glazed conservation roof lights in the shower room.Tenure
Blue Tap Cottage is a stone's throw away from West Looe harbour, with the town beach and Hannafore beach also close by. Looe straddles the wide river with it's long bridge and stone harbour side. It has a thriving tourist industry, a range of amenities and is popular with boating enthusiasts. There is a wide range of shopping and community facilities on both sides of the river, together with award winning restaurants. On the edge of the town is a branch line railway which links with the main line at Liskeard to the city of Plymouth (25 miles away) offering rail connections to London Paddington.Agents Note
Holiday let projections can be provided upon request to Hus Estate Agents.