The Warren, Polperro, PL13

OIEO £180,000

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A wonderful opportunity to purchase this charming and characterful 18th Century terrace cottage situated within one of Cornwall's most sought after and picturesque locations. Nestled in 'The Warren' in the heart of the historic smuggling and fishing village of Polperro and just yards from the working Harbour. Presented over three floors, this quirky period home features a ground floor lounge, kitchen/diner, first floor bedroom plus a large loft room providing extra versatility. This is a rare and unique opportunity which should not be missed!

Summary

A wonderful opportunity to purchase this charming and characterful 18th Century terrace cottage situated within one of Cornwall's most sought after and picturesque locations. Nestled in 'The Warren' in the heart of the historic smuggling and fishing village of Polperro and just yards from the working Harbour. Presented over three floors, this quirky period home features a ground floor lounge, kitchen/diner, first floor bedroom plus a large loft room providing extra versatility. This is a rare and unique opportunity which should not be missed!

Key features

  • Charming Rendered 'Sea Side' Cottage
  • Perfect 1st Purchase or Holiday Home
  • Set Over Three Floors
  • Many Original Features
  • Highly Sought After Location
  • Chain Free
  • EPC-Exempt
  • Viewing Essential

Full Description

ENTRANCE
This lovely character cottage is situated on 'The Warren' and is entered through the original wood front door, as you enter there is an area with plumbing for a washing machine, and feature wood obscured glass partition to the kitchen.

KITCHEN/DINER (4.75m x 3.25m)
Approached via pink 'stable style' door with secondary double glazed multipaned window, natural slate flooring, window seat, storage heater, additional seating bench, plumbing for washing machine, wood obscured glass partition. Period style cast iron feature fireplace, working surface with storage recess below. Stainless steel sink with cupboard and drawer below. Floor and wall mounted cupboards and drawers, panelled walls with lighting. Airing cupboard containing hot water cylinder. Step rising to Inner Lobby.

INNER LOBBY
Stairs leading to first floor and under stairs storage cupboard.

BATHROOM (Off Inner Lobby) (1.91m x 1.50m)
Comprising compact enameled bath, low level WC, vanity unit with wash basin and cupboard below

FIRST FLOOR LOUNGE (3.18m x 2.79m (10'5" x 9'1"))
Secondary double glazed multipaned window to front elevation with window seating and lovely Harbour views. Integrated drawer and overhead storage cupboards, storage heater, exposed stone painted walls

BEDROOM (2.90m x 2.36m)
Built in wardrobe, overhead storage cupboard, secondary double glazed rear window, window shelf with drawer below, obscure side screen, aluminium fold down ladder providing access to Loft / Games Room

LOFT / GAMES ROOM (5.13m x 2.97m)
A highly versatile room with double glazed sky light, feature apex beams, access to roof void, seating area with storage below.

*Please note there are some areas with restricted head height*

POLPERRO
Polperro is a village and fishing port originally belonging to the ancient Raphael Manor mentioned in the Doomsday Book. Situated on the River Pol, four miles west of the major resort of Looe and 25 miles west of the major city and port of Plymouth, It has a picturesque fishing harbour lined with tightly packed houses which make it a popular tourist location in the summer months. The village retains almost all of its 17th Century architectural charm and has been a working fishing port since the 13th Century. This peaceful fishing cove was once a thriving centre for the area's smuggling. Today, in cellars where furtive smugglers once dodged the Customs Officer's muskets, you can see displays of local crafts and fishermen's smocks, or dine in style at one of Polperro's excellent restaurants. Fishing trips or pleasure cruises can be arranged from the quayside, or one can take the cliff path to explore the secluded smuggling coves of Talland and Lantivet Bay. With its protected inner harbour full of colourful boats packed tightly into a steep valley on either side of the River Pol, the quaint colour-washed cottages and twisting streets, Polperro offers surprises at every turn: the Saxon and Roman bridges, the famous House on Props, The Old Watch House, the fish quay, and the 16th Century house where Dr. Jonathan Couch, naturalist and grandfather of the celebrated writer Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch, once lived.

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