Savills | Cyan, Porthcurno, West Cornwall, TR19 6JU | Properties for sale
116.50 sq m(1,254 sq ft)
Guide price £480,000(€528,619)

CyanPorthcurno, West Cornwall, TR19 6JU

    Key features

    • Situated above Porthcurno beach
    • Sea views
    • Three Bedrooms
    • Ground source heating
    • Balcony
    • Two designated parking spaces
    • Close to the Minack theatre

    The Penthouse comprises extensive lateral living benefiting with panoramic sea views to Logans rock.

    About this property

    • The property is on the top floor and comprises three bedrooms and a guest bathroom with stunning sea views to Logans Rock. The property has particularly light and airy accommodation being on the top floor and benefits from a balcony area off the kitchen perfect for those warm summer evenings. The kitchen and sitting room area have outstanding sea views to Logans Rock.

      The property has two designated parking spaces, three good sized double bedrooms with two en-suites, guest bathroom, storage space, kitchen/dining area, a balcony overlooking the sea and Logans Rock and a communal outside area overlooking the sea at the end of the car park perfect for barbecues or a picnic. The property has awe-inspiring scenery, coastline, arts scene, legendary surfing. This apartment would make the perfect lock up and leave or a holiday investment.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    The perfect seaside apartment – extensive living space and magnificent sea views

    George HillProperty agent

    Local information

    • The Penthouse apartment is located within walking distance of Porthcurno Beach. Described by Good Beach Guide 2015 as being a paradise, Porthcurno is located in the far west of Cornwall and has won many awards: it's easy to see why with its gorgeous fine soft white sand and turquoise water.
    • Porthcurno has the renowned Minack theatre built in the 1920s by theatrical visionary Rowena Wade, which can be visited all year round. Another famous attraction is Logans Rock, famous for its 80 tonne granite rocking stone This is located a 30 - minute walk around the bay. The village is also home to the fascinating Telegraph Museum that tells the story of Cornwall's role in the pioneering days of global communications.

    Additional information

    • Whilst West Cornwall is renowned for its awe-inspiring scenery, coastline, arts scene and legendary surfing, the area is fast developing as a culinary and sporting Mecca. There are many highly acclaimed restaurants in Penzance, St. Ives, Mousehole and Sennen. Meanwhile competitive dinghy sailing, wind surfing and kite surfing are synonymous with Mount's Bay.
    • Mains water, drainage, and electricity. Ultrafast broadband available.
    • TENURE
    • Leasehold- new lease to be issued by the freeholder
    • Directions: Take the A30 to St Buryan, continue through along the B3283 for approximately 2 miles. Once Trethewey is reached take the left turning to Porthcurno. Continue through the village and the property will be found on the right at the top of the cove. Minack Theatre- 0.2 ; St Buryan – 4 ;Sennen Cove – 4.5; Lamorna Cove – 6.5 ; Mousehole – 8.5; Newlyn – 8.5; Penzance – 10; St Ives – 17.4; Cornwall Airport (Newquay)-51 (all distances are approximate and in miles)
    • EPC Rating = C