Two bed cottage

£275,000
31 Gwavas Quay, Newlyn, TR18 5BB
Chain Free, New Instruction

Property Features

  • Two bed mid terrace cottage
  • Pretty rear courtyard
  • Close proximity to local amenities
  • Must be viewed to be fully appreciated
  • EPC - Commissioned
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About this Property

*** CHAIN FREE *** - ‘Midships’ is a delightful two-bedroom mid terrace cottage that is nestled within ‘The Fradgan’ area of Newlyn and enjoys an air of charm and a wealth of character. This charming home is moments away from your day-to-day amenities and enjoys a pleasant outlook from the rear courtyard.

 

Accommodation in brief comprises sitting room, kitchen/dining room with utility/store area to the ground floor with the two bedrooms and bathroom to the first floor.

 

This property must be viewed to be fully appreciated so we therefore recommend an early inspection.

LOCATION

In a truly historic part of Newlyn backing onto the area known as Keel Alley which was open to the sea and harbour until 1908 when the road bridge from The Strand and the adjoining ice works were completed.  It remained water filled but cut off from larger vessels by the bridge until the 1980’s when the new ice works and lorry park was built and Keel Alley was turned into a park.

 

Behind The Fradgan you will find a warren of ancient, cobbled streets which are only accessible by foot and give a real link to the past.

 

From the cottage it is just a short level walk to the shops which include a fishmongers, supermarket, bakers and pharmacy.  There are numerous public houses and restaurants as well as a multiscreen cinema, school, church and chapel.

 

The major town of Penzance is just a mile away across the seafront, with a more comprehensive range of shops and commercial facilities, schools for all ages and a mainline rail link to London Paddington.

 

ACCOMMODATION:

Wooden door to…

SITTING ROOM 15’ 04” x 12’ 09” (including stairwell) – Wooden sash window to front with shutters. Wooden flooring along with beamed ceiling. Attractive open fireplace with a slate hearth. Feature painted granite walling. Stairs rise to the first floor. Door to…

KITCHEN/DINING ROOM 10’ 02” x 9’ 05” – Two windows of which one is partially stain glass overlooking the courtyard garden. Worksurface area with an inset sink and drainer. Cupboards and drawers below. Electric oven. Part tiled surrounds with cupboards above. Recess housing the fridge freezer. Beamed ceiling. Tiled flooring. Wooden door to…

SIDE STORE/UTILITY – Wooden door to front along with a door to the rear courtyard garden. Washing machine and tumble dryer.

First floor – Wooden sash window to front with a deep wooden sill. Loft access. Strip wood flooring. Doors to…

BEDROOM ONE 12’ 10” x 9’ 08” – Wooden sash window to front with shutters. Strip wood flooring.

BEDROOM TWO 8’ 05” x 7’ 04” – Wooden sash window to rear with a pleasant outlook to St Michaels Mount. Strip wood flooring. Built in wardrobe.

BATHROOM 9’ 06” x 6’ 06” – Wooden sash window to rear again enjoying the pleasant outlook to St Michaels Mount. Panelled bath with electric shower over. Pedestal wash hand basin. Close coupled WC. Wall mounted electric towel warmer. Airing cupboard housing the immersion tank.

OUTSIDE – To the rear of the property is a pleasant courtyard garden which enjoys views of the day to day hustle and bustle that Newlyn enjoys. Gated access in turn leading you to what was the former Keel Alley but is now a pleasant lawned area with benches. Outside tap.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DIRECTIONS

On entering Newlyn from Penzance go over Newlyn Bridge and follow the road around to your left. On passing the fish market to your left you will see a small area of lawned park on your right hand side (the former Keel Alley) The property will be seen to your eventual right as indicated by a Whitlocks for sale board.

SERVICES – Mains electric, water and drainage. Council tax band – B

Proof of Finance and I.D.

All purchasers:  Prior to agreeing a sale, we will require proof of financial ability to proceed by way of bank statements and/or mortgage agreement in principle.  We will also ask for two forms of identification, a passport or driving licence and a council tax or utility bill.