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A most beautiful and stunning detached period home perched above the lovely fishing village of Newlyn. The current owners have completely renovated this characterful home and it now provides a generous and comfortable living space. There are many character features that include solid wooden floorboards, sash windows, high ceilings and restored doors. Another wonderful feature is the stunning sea views into Mount's Bay, over to St Michael's Mount and beyond. The accommodation provides a lovely entrance hall and a wonderful 26' drawing room with a log burning stove, fitted kitchen/breakfast room with a large central island ideal for family dining, separate dining room, ground floor cloakroom, four double bedrooms (master en-suite) and a family bathroom. From the first floor there is a fixed wooden staircase which leads to the attic room which is boarded and has a window with sea views and there is some plumbing for heating. Outside there are pleasant front and rear gardens and gated parking for several cars. Available chain free.
Believed to built and occupied by the Newlyn School of Artists, La Pietra would make an indeal home for artists as it is perched above the harbour and along with the sea views enjoys views of the surrounding countryside. Newlyn is a vibrant town and is very much a working port, the town is proud of its fishing history and supplies many of the restaurants with the catch of the day. Newlyn has many amenities to include Doctors surgery, chemist, convenience shops, galleries and a newly opened cinema. The town has a lovely green and a sea front which takes you along the mile to the larger market town of Penzance where there is a larger range of amenities and a train and bus station.
Covered entrance porch. Tiled floor and door into:-
A grand hall with wooden floorboards, two radiators and stairs rising to the first floor. Bay window, small under stairs storage cupboard.
Bay window overlooking the garden and enjoying wonderful sea views over the bay to St Michael's Mount. Further window to front with sea views, window to the side, wooden flooring, log burning stove with an ornate surround. Three radiators.
Wooden flooring, window to the rear, feature electric stove with a wooden surround, two radiators.
Fitted kitchen with attractive white wall and base units with inset sink. Seven ring gas stove with electric oven and extractor fan over. Washing machine, dishwasher, tumble dryer and large fridge/freezer. Breakfast bar with four seats, window to the front with views into the bay, two windows to the side, two radiators and door to the:-
Shelves and door to the rear garden.
Window to the rear, door to the garden and steps down to the:-
WC, basin and window.
Stairs to the attic room. Radiator.
Window to the front with lovely sea views over the bay. Large window to the side. High ceiling. Two radiators.
A white suite comprising bath with shower mixer tap, large shower enclosure with mains shower, WC, pedestal wash hand basin, heated towel rail, radiator and window to the rear.
Painted wooden floorboards, window to the front with far reaching sea views, pedestal wash hand basin and radiator.
Wooden floorboards, pedestal wash hand basin, radiator, bay window to the front with far reaching sea views.
Bay window to the side with some sea views, radiator, pedestal wash hand basin.
A free standing bath with shower mixer tap, double shower enclosure with mains shower, pedestal wash hand basin, WC, radiator, heated towel rail, built-in airing cupboard which houses the boiler and water tank.
Fixed stairs rise from the first floor. The attic room is fully boarded and has a window with sea views and some plumbing for radiators.
Gated parking area for several cars, granite seating area. Part of the garden has a high stone wall and is laid to lawn with lovely sea views into the bay. A path leads to the front door, the side and to the rear.
Pedestrian gate to the side lane, flower bed with established plants.
Gravelled seating area with bamboo and other established plants. Storage shed and a pedestrian gate leading to the side.
From Newlyn Bridge crossroads, go up Chywoone Hill for approx 600yds and the property can be found on your right on the turning to Tredavoe Lane.