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Porthcurno, St Levan

Porthcurno, St Levan
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A substantial detached family home set in a tranquil and enviable location on the rugged west coast. The property offers adaptable, spacious, and versatile accommodation. It comprises of 3 reception rooms, a handcrafted kitchen, utility room, boiler room, 4 bedrooms, 2 en-suites, a family bathroom, and a wet room. Set in approximately 1 acre of land which is predominately lawn with an orchard, patio, and a vegetable plot. There is a large detached garage with an adjacent store. A stream acts as one border, neighbouring fields take 2 sides and the church completes the setting for this stunning, picturesque home.

SERVICES: Mains electricity and water. Drainage via a Klargester septic tank. Oil fired central heating. Double glazed.

There is scope to create a self-contained 1 bedroom annexe, currently used as the dining room and office, via an already existing separate entrance (subject to the necessary planning consent).

Porthcurno lies approximately nine miles west of Penzance and is famous for its sandy beach, the Minack Theatre, and the Telegraph Museum. The village lies in the parish of St Levan, just 3 miles from Lands End. Stunning walks along the coastal path and numerous coves can be enjoyed from this property in this tranquil area. There is a public house and beach cafe locally and general stores in nearby St.Buryan and Sennen with Penzance offering a more comprehensive range of amenities.

Lounge (7.30 x 4.30)
A beautifully light room due to the three large windows that are almost floor to ceiling, overlooking the front garden. A feature of the room is the granite inglenook fireplace with the wood burning stove, set on a slate hearth with recessed shelving to each side.
The lounge is one of the original parts of the house in which the earliest known recording of a family living there dates back to the 1820’s.

Kitchen (5.15 x 5.41)
A triple aspect room with a door to the front of the property, a door to the rear entrance hall, stairs down to the dining room, and an opening into the inner hall. A bespoke hand crafted kitchen with a range of matching base and draw units. This room is part of an extension that was added in 1973.

Utility (1.40 x 2.08)

Dining Room (3.97 x 6.34)
Originally a cowshed, the dining room together with the office (previously a piggery) became part of the property in 1989. Again another light room with 2 windows and an external door in addition to the skylight in the ‘A’ frame vaulted ceiling.

Office (6.84 x 2.57)
Added in 1989 this now provides additional, versatile space to the property. Another light and airy room with its own entrance door and 3 windows. This room is currently used as an office but, together with the dining room, could form a separate self-contained annex subject to the necessary planning consent.

Ground Floor Shower Room (2.42 x 1.89)
This wet room with shower, sink and WC is very handy when stepping off the beach and out of your wet suit. Or for washing the dogs after a walk on the coastline.

Bedroom 1 (3.07 x 4.56)
A double bedroom with dual aspect windows looking over the garden. Door leading to the en-suite bathroom.

En-Suite 1 (1.72 x 2.49)
Matching suite comprising of a low-level WC and cistern, wash basin and bath.

Bedroom 2 (3.07 x 4.43)
This part of the property was added in the 1990’s. This room has dual aspect windows overlooking the garden and a door leading to the en-suite shower room.

En-Suite 2 (1.88 x 2.64)
The suite comprises of a low level WC, washbasin, and walk-in shower.

Bedroom 3 (4.78 x 3.20)
A very tranquil room with 2 windows that look toward the church. This beautiful double bedroom has built-in wardrobes down one wall.

Bedroom 4 (2.16 x 4.28)
Again looking over the front garden and across to the church.

Bathroom (2.40 x 3.54)
A spacious family bathroom with a matching suite comprising of a WC, bidet, washbasin set in a cupboard with matching vanity unit above. A P-shape bath with a shower over set behind a glass screen.

Garage and Workshop
The detached garage is situated at the top of the drive and provides a large parking area with additional workshop space.

The Gardens
Well established and maintained gardens that provide everything you could wish for. A patio area to enjoy the Cornish sunshine, your own little Minack seating area, a greenhouse, stream, orchard, vegetable patch, field and a range of stunning trees, shrubs and plants in raised flower beds scattered around.



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  • Address: Porthcurno, Cornwall
  • City: Porthcurno
  • State/county: Cornwall
  • Zip/Postal Code: TR19 6JS
  • Country: United Kingdom


Updated on January 18, 2021 at 11:30 am

  • Price: £750,000
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 4
  • Property Status: Sold STC

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