Labour in Vain must be one of the first dwellings in Downalong and was originally an ale house in the town. Massive granite walls, views from most windows and a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere prove the point.
The cottage has been completely refurbished and sensitively modernised with white painted beams and walls, discreet lighting and thick granite recesses. It has wooden flooring throughout except the kitchen which has quarry tiles. It is approached via a suntrap courtyard looking down Mount Zion which is traffic free.
Kitchen. South facing with views over the courtyard with plenty of work space and storage. Equipped with a washer/dryer, slimline dishwasher, electric hob, double oven, fridge and microwave.
Granite steps lead to:
Sitting room. A corner settee, armchair, coffee table, and large flat screen Sky TV. Original fireplace, window seat and deep recessed windows.
Beautiful cast iron spiral staircase leading to the lower ground floor.
Dining room. Large oak table with seating for 8 and comfortable settee.
Bedroom 1. 5’ double bed, window seat with delightful view of Porthminster and the harbour, built in wardrobe and chest of drawers.
Bedroom 2. Double bed, views towards Porthminster. Cupboard with shelves, chest of drawers, armchair and bedroom table.
Bedroom 3. Single bed, good hanging space, chest of drawers.
Bathroom. Bath with shower over cubicle, wash basin and WC, wall heater and heated towel rail.
Lower Ground Floor
Games room and occasional bedroom. Double sofa bed, chest of drawers, table football, darts board and flat screen TV.
None of the fireplaces can be used.
There is a spiral staircase leading from the sitting room to the games room so please note that children must be supervised.
Well behaved dogs accepted on the ground floor only. High chair provided.