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Mariners, Quay Road, Polperro, PL13

Offers in excess of £450,000

New instruction

2 Beds 2 Baths 1 Reception

REF: TRU210076


  • FIRST FLOOR - Bedroom 1 with en-suite. Bedroom 2 with en-suite
  • SECOND FLOOR - Kitchen. Dining Area.. Sitting Room.
  • OUTSIDE - Fabulous views
  • Garage (available by separate negotiation)


A SEASIDE COTTAGE CHARMINGLY SITUATED ON THE HARBOUR WALL IN A DELIGHTFUL AND FAMOUS CORNISH VILLAGE. GARAGE AVAILABLE BY SEPARATE NEGOTIATION The property is believed to be 18th century in origin and is grade II listed. It is charmingly incorporated with its neighbours and features thick stone walls, exposed beams, window seats and latch doors. The property is set high above the waterline and in one section sits partially above a neighbouring house, there are splendid views from all the windows, some of the harbour and also further out to sea. Entry is via slate steps, often used as relaxing sun-soaked seating, which lead from the harbour level to the front door. There are two double bedrooms, both with en-suite bathrooms and one with delightful views of the harbour which can be enjoyed from a window seat. The top floor has been used for the creation of a well equipped kitchen and a sitting room with a perfect ambience both to relax or entertain. The owners are happy to negotiate separately for the existing furnishings if buyers have an interest in this opportunity. The property has been used both for the family and a very successful holiday let. It is held as leasehold with a share in the freehold held jointly with the property below, The Moorings. Polperro is a charming, picturesque fishing village that contains a wealth of colour washed cottages and narrow, interesting lanes. A wide selection of shops, pubs and restaurants are available together with art galleries and a primary school. Further facilities are available in the small town of Looe with trains to Liskeard, and connections to the main Penzance to Paddington line. The city of Plymouth is justly popular for the Barbican and the Hoe together with its shopping and leisure facilities. Channel crossings to France and Northern Spain are available and Plymouth has a main line station. Three golf courses in the area include the St. Mellion International and Sailing Clubs abound.