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West Place, St. Ives, Cornwall, TR26

Guide price £550,000

3 Beds 3 Baths 1 Reception

REF: TRU180156


CALL US 01872 261160 EMAIL US AT Truro
FIND US: 44 Lemon Street, Truro, Cornwall, TR1 2NS


  • GROUND FLOOR Reception room. Kitchen. Bedroom 1. Shower room
  • FIRST FLOOR Bedroom 2. Shower room
  • OUTSIDE Private patio off the kitchen. Parking for two vehicles to the front.
  • Sea views from both the front and rear.


SET ABOVE PORTHMEOR BEACH THIS QUIRKY SEASIDE HOME IS CURRENTLY A SUCCESSFUL HOLIDAY RENTAL OFFERS GREAT ACCOMMODATION AND EASY ACCESS TO THE TOWN DESCRIPTION This three-bedroom property has accommodation arranged over three floors and is situated in what is considered to be one of St. Ives' most prestigious areas being both close to the town centre and enjoying spectacular sea views from both the front and rear. The ground floor accommodation is light and airy featuring the sitting/dining room at the front, which has lovely sea views, and leads through to the well-appointed kitchen with a range of wall and floor mounted units. There are doors here opening to a private timber decking area ideal for secluded well sheltered alfresco dining. Completing the ground floor is the rear double bedroom with private shower-room facilities. This bedroom also benefits from doors leading to its own patio area. Stairs rise to the first floor where the second bedroom can be found. Measuring in excess of 13' in length, this bedroom has a built in wardrobe and takes full advantage of the glorious views over Porthmeor Beach and out to sea. On this level bedroom two has private shower room facilities with storage in the eaves. The second floor bedroom to the rear also has sea views arguably the best from this height. Completing this floor is a second large bathroom which services the bedroom on this floor. THE LOCATION St Ives, always a favourite, has now become one of the UK's foremost holiday destinations offering three award winning sandy beaches. The bay itself was voted by the Daily Mail as the third best bay in the world. The town is a maze of cobbled streets that offers a vast array of high quality restaurants, galleries and shops. Since the arrival of the Tate gallery, celebrating the town's connection with such luminaries as Whistler and Turner, the season has been extended to the full year. There is still a thriving and celebrated artist's colony attracted by the same conditions of light and scenery which once inspired the greats. During the summer months the town's population increases dramatically with the beaches awash with colour, popular in summer but also providing year round entertainment for surfers. The Tate St. Ives was opened in 1993. As well as permanent displays by local artists including Peter Lanyon, Patrick Herron, Sir Terry Frost and Barbara Hepworth, the gallery has a programme of exhibitions show casing the work of prominent modern and contemporary artists.