In the historic Downalong area of St Ives, Slantways is a fishermans cottage just metres from the Wharf, with 180 degree stunning views over the rooftops to the harbour, St Ives Bay and beyond. It has been refurbished with a view to maintaining the original character as far as possible.
Kitchen. Generous timber-floored country kitchen with gas fired Rayburn, large pine table, ample storage, original tiling and old Belfast sink. Small electric portable oven with 2 ring hob, microwave, fridge, juicer, coffee grinder etc. The Rayburn heats the house and the hot water (or immersion heater for use in warm weather). During winter visits, there is nothing like `coming home` to this cosy kitchen after a blustery walk along the beach.
Bathroom. Cottage bath and let-down ceiling rack for drying wet suits and washing.
A dozen wooden stairs to landing and WC with wash basin.
Sitting/bedroom area. This is galleried, has beamed high-ceilings and runs the full depth of the house with large windows front and back and exceptional views towards the south over the harbour. Original wide floorboards, panelled cupboards and cast iron fireplace. Simple furnishings include double futon settee, wide single sofa bed and directors chairs and small TV should you ever tire of the wonderful ever-changing day and night-time views of the harbour.