Built in 1890, this spacious cottage is ideally located. Just a 5 minute walk from the harbour, a Co-Op seconds away and many restaurants right on the doorstep, Trenwith Place – a cul-de-sac - still manages to exude a peaceful and calm ambience. The cottage is newly decorated and has newly fitted carpet throughout.
The Juliette balcony on the second floor has a fantastic view of St Ives, enabling you to view the harbour and lighthouse without moving! There is one parking space, accessed from the rear of the terrace only, that is chained to prevent anyone else parking in it.
A large open plan living space with twin aspect windows. There is a three-seater sofa, a snuggle armchair, another armchair and a window seat that allows you to watch any street activity. There is a 43” wall mounted TV.
A farmhouse kitchen table sits in the second half of the room with 4 slatted back chairs and two carver chairs. There are two built in cupboards with shelving above.
To the rear, is a separate kitchen with electric hob and oven, microwave, washing machine, fridge-freezer and plenty of storage.
The staircase leads to a small landing with a period stained glass window.
Bedroom 1. Double bed, side table, lamp, chest of drawers and a hanging space.
Bedroom 2. Twin single beds, chest of drawers and a bedside table and lamp.
Bathroom. Bath with power shower over, wash basin and WC. It is tastefully decorated with stone tiles.
A light and airy attic bedroom with one chair by the Juliette balcony to relax and enjoy the sea views. King size bed, two bedside cabinets, lamps, chest of drawers and a hanging space.
Parking. In an alleyway below the house. It is accessed down a narrow driveway (235 cm width at it's tightest, on a slight bend) just below Trenwith Place.
The parking spot itself is a standard size. It is the only paved one and has yellow posts and is chained. It is directly behind where the house is positioned, against a panel fence.