Reception Rooms: 2 | Bedrooms: 4 | Bathrooms: 5
A very spacious coastal residence that enjoys excellent panoramic views of Port Isaac with large gardens and parking for several cars. Offered for sale for the first time since its construction.
Located in a highly sough-after part of the village, within the lower section of Trewetha Lane that overlooks and is just moments from the harbour and the old village below.
Meadow Stile is a very spacious two storey house comprising of circa 3500 square foot of accommodation, with the principal rooms located on the ground floor and further large rooms located on its lower ground floor. The house offers considerable flexibility in its layout and, subject to any required permissions, offers the potential to create separate accommodation due to the spacious and flexible layout.
The house and gardens are both south-westerly facing and enjoy fabulous panoramic and contrasting views that stretch from the sea in the distance, across the harbour and headland cliffs, over the old village and culminating at a picturesque rural valley.
The large gardens are positioned over two tiers, with a large area of flat lawn immediately accessible from the lower floor of the house. The lower tiers of garden are accessible by pathways and steps and offer secluded areas of mature specimen trees.
Another rarity for the village is the amount of off street parking space. Accessed from Trewetha Lane via a five bar gate, a good-sized driveway leads to the integral garage beyond the entrance door and also provides parking and turning for several cars.
This exceptionally well constructed house is now in need of updating internally but due to the many rare components, it represents a very rare and exciting offering to the market.
Port Isaac is a highly sought location, positioned on a spectacular and rugged stretch of the north Cornwall coast that runs to the north of the Camel Estuary in the direction of Boscastle. The renowned locations of Rock, Polzeath and Wadebridge are all within easy reach of Port Isaac as well as the slightly less well known but equally beautiful locations of Treligga, Tregardock and Trebarwith Strand.
This picture perfect fishing village is now one of Cornwall’s most recognised places due to the Doc Martin television series, which is filmed within the village and the many beautiful surrounding areas. The village is exceptionally well served by shops, delightful pubs and restaurants, with Nathan Outlaw’s double Michelin Starred restaurant being the jewel in the crown.
• Polzeath: 6 Miles
• Rock: 8 Miles
• Wadebridge: 8 Miles
• Padstow: 15 Miles
• Newquay Airport: 20 Miles
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