A 4 bedroom seaside cottage set less than 100m from the golden sands of Portreath Beach
Penpraze and Curnows Cottages: Penpraze and Curnows are two 4 bedroom cottages that have previously been successfully let out as holiday accommodation by the current owner. The cottages have an almost identical layout, offering accommodation over three floors. The reception rooms are situated on the first floor, taking full advantage of the sea views, with an open-plan kitchen/dining room, a sitting room with a balcony and a family bathroom. There are two double bedrooms on the second floor, along with a shower room, and two bedrooms on the ground floor (one with en suite shower room). Both properties have the advantage of large integral garages.
Each of the properties have the benefit of a balcony with sea views, as well as an integral garage. There is also ample space to park additional vehicles directly adjacent to the properties on the drive.
Set less than 100m from the beautiful golden sands of Portreath Beach, with fabulous views of the surrounding cliffs and coastline. Portreath is a pretty coastal village on the north coast of Cornwall. There is a harbour as well as a beautiful sandy beach which is a popular destination for families and surfers. The town has a vibrant community and good facilities including Portreath Community Primary School, a small supermarket, a baker, two pubs and a bar and restaurant. There are various sports and leisure facilities available in the area including indoor swimming pools, squash, badminton and outdoor bowls. Six golf courses are found within the local area, the Tehidy Park Golf Club within a mile, as well as several riding centres.
The charming Cornish town of St. Ives, approximately 16 miles away, is one of the UKs foremost holiday destinations. The maze of cobbled streets in St Ives provide a wide variety of quality restaurants and cafe bars. The cobbled streets lead down onto the picturesque harbour, where the fishing boats return with their catch, and there is the possibility of seeing seals and dolphins in the bay. The famous surfing beach of St Ives has been the focal point of many famed artists such as Whistler, Turner and local artists Pearce, Wallace and Heron. It is reputed that musician and song writer Donovan wrote the hit song Catch the Wind whilst sat on The Island overlooking Porthmeor as the strong breeze strummed the strings on his guitar.
Communication links in the area are excellent. The A30 is just 2.5 miles from Tregoose, connecting Penzance to Honiton, via Exeter, and then merging to become the A303 that travels east to the M3 and London. There is a direct rail connection to London Paddington from Camborne or Truro Railway Station. Private jet services are available at Lands End Airport (24 miles away), whilst there is an ever-increasing range of domestic and international flights available from Cornwall Airport Newquay (29 miles away) and Exeter Airport (105 miles away).
From the A393 south of Redruth, follow the signs to Portreath on the B3300. At the Square in Portreath, follow the road to the left and continue towards the beach. The road bends to the left, up a hill, and Tregoose is found on the right hand side.Read all
- Extensive sea views
- 4 bedrooms
- Less than 100m from Portreath Beach
- Beautifully presented
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