Charming Four Storey Terrace With Sea Views In The Heart Of St Ives! A well-appointed, Grade II Listed, characterful end of terrace located near to the renowned Barbara Hepworth Museum & Sculpture Garden. As an ideal holiday let or holiday home, this property makes for a fantastic year-round Cornish retreat.
Charming Four Storey Terrace With Sea Views In The Heart Of St Ives! A well-appointed, Grade II Listed, characterful end of terrace located near to the renowned Barbara Hepworth Museum & Sculpture Garden. An ideal holiday let or holiday home.
Barnoon Hill is a spectacularly well-presented Grade II Listed, three bedroom, four storey terraced house situated on a cobbled street in St Ives. Close to the harbour front and boasting sea views from the landing and third bedroom, its charming blend of character features and modern fixtures and fittings will not disappoint. “Main wall construction consists of mass stone in random coursing and timber stud faced with rendered or vertically hung traditional scantle slate.” Please forward this information to your lender if raising a mortgage to purchase.
A stone’s throw from St Ives town centre and its renowned galleries, shops, restaurants, Wharf and historic harbour. Tate St Ives, Porthmeor beach and Porthminster beach are also within a few minutes’ walk. The historic and beautiful Barbara Hepworth Gardens are opposite.
The property is currently used as a private holiday home but has served as a popular holiday let in the past. Neutrally decorated throughout and arranged over four well-proportioned floors, the entrance brings you into an open plan living room with a wooden staircase leading to the upper level bedrooms and bathrooms.
A separate staircase leads to the lower level ground floor kitchen.
Exposed wooden beams, original wooden flooring and a feature stone wall on the far side of the living room all combine to bestow plenty of character upon entry, whilst very conveniently offering ample space for all of your necessary and desirable living room furniture.
The ground floor kitchen is finished to an impressively modern standard and again provides adequate space for a dining table and chairs. An integrated under stairs cupboard also functions as an idyllic storage space in addition to the array of smartly fitted base units and cupboards.
Off the landing on the first floor you will find the principle bedroom and a separate modern shower room and WC. Stairs to the second floor landing lead to bedrooms two and three, along with a second shower room.
The spacious living room is full of character with its exposed wooden ceiling beams, exposed granite wall with window alcoves, original wooden flooring and well maintained sash windows and interior louvered shutters.
Perfectly accommodating a coffee table and two sofas and naturally well-lit during the day, this practical living room also features a wall mounted radiator and five integrated spotlights to ensure adequate lighting in the evening.
The ground floor kitchen has a laminate wood effect floor, green painted cupboards, drawers and wall mounted units.
Solid hardwood work surfaces run along the right hand side and far end of the kitchen walls, with a farmhouse sink sitting comfortably between two walls and below a small sash window overlooking the cobbled Barnoon Hill.
The left hand wall is smartly fitted with a wooden panelled feature wall whereby a wall mounted, modern radiator is fitted.
Meanwhile, a double cavity, four ring, Smeg gas cooker sits beneath a stainless steel effect extractor. Base units and wall mounted cupboards with smartly fitted spotlights underneath.
The main bedroom off the landing on the first floor is well lit through a large sash window, whereby lighting can be controlled by further modern interior louvered shutters. Original wooden flooring and neutral colours add to a light and airy feeling throughout.
Practical features include a wall mounted radiator and two alcoves with shelving.
The shower room off the first floor landing is tiled in neutral colours and includes a walk in shower, W/C, and hand basin with a mirrored vanity unit above. A window and extractor provide adequate ventilation.
At the top of the stairs on the second floor landing is an impressive and picturesque view of St Ives harbour wall and Hayle beach in the distance. Just off the landing, bedroom two is a single room with an integrated single bed and cupboard. A recess window, with interior louvered shutters, provide a splendid seating area which overlooks the busy cobbled street below. Meanwhile, a radiator and power points provide the essentials.
Along the landing, bedroom three is a spacious double with a spectacular view on a clear day of Godrevy lighthouse through the original sash window. Interior louvered shutters, neutral colours, and original wooden flooring give a continued light and airy feel throughout.
Bathroom two is fitted to the same standard as the first floor bathroom, with neutral coloured tiles, a walk in shower, WC, hand basin and mirrored vanity unit above. An extractor has also been fitted for added ventilation.
Step outside the property and you will find an abundance of places to visit such as St Ives theatre, cinema, local galleries, shops, pubs, cafes, beaches, ice cream and dessert parlours and much more.
At the bottom of Barnoon Hill is the renowned Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture garden. Visiting is a unique experience and provides an opportunity to learn more about one of the pioneers of modern British art.
Harding Laity think: This wonderfully presented home or potential holiday let that evokes a sense of calm and relaxation away from, yet close to, the vibrant hustle and bustle of St Ives town centre.
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