This modernised end of terrace property is a haven of peace and relaxation, a few minutes from the hustle and bustle of St Ives and only a short walk from its beautiful beaches. Perched above the town in a pedestrian only cul-de-sac, it commands fine views of the town and sea beyond, and has a seating space to admire the vista below.
The house retains its character whilst having the mod cons you need for a comfortable, enjoyable holiday. The house has a bookish and arty feel with original prints and oil paintings by local artists and handcrafted cushions adding to its character. With two double bedrooms, two bathrooms and open plan sitting room and dining/kitchen areas, it is well equipped for a family or group of four people.
Very spacious open plan kitchen/dining room with wooden table for up to 6 diners. Plenty of storage space and equipped with gas hob, electric oven, fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher and washing machine. Door to pathway to street to avoid last set of steps. Wetsuits and beach furniture for guest use.
Linked by original wooden spiral staircase to:
Open plan sitting room with two settees, coffee tables, TV with DVD player and futon for reading quietly. Wooden shelves with a good variety of books to read and family games .
Shower room. Modern shower, WC, wash basin and heated towel rail.
Access to outside seating area with table and chairs with great views.
Bedroom 1. Double bed, built-in wardrobe with hanging space, shelves and mirror. Bedside tables with reading lamps. Wonderful views over gardens, harbour and beyond.
Bedroom 2. Double bed, reading lamp and storage cupboard. Views over the town and harbour.
Bathroom. Very small room with bath and shower over, WC, wash basin, heated towel rail, antique mirror and shelving space.
Please note: The top landing is very small with a step down from both bedrooms and bathroom. There are also 32 steps up to the house from Dove Street so families with small children or elderly or infirm members will need to take account of the fact that there is some walking up and down to the streets of St Ives.