Mid-terrace four-storey property goes on the market for £950,000

Mid-terrace four-storey property goes on the market for £950,000

06/02/2021

The three bed Cornish townhouse worth almost £1million: Mid-terrace four-storey property in St Ives with stunning sea views goes on the market for £950,000

  • Four-storey property in St Ives, Cornwall, has a spectacular 180-degree outlook across the sea and coastline
  • The three-bed townhouse is Grade II listed and boasts a total of 1,700 sq ft of accommodation
  • The town has been thrust into limelight as the world’s leaders prepare to descend for the G7 summit in June 

A mid-terrace house with panoramic sea views and a front row seat to the G7 summit is on the market for £950,000.

The four-storey property in St Ives, Cornwall, has a spectacular 180-degree outlook across the sea and along the north Cornish coast.

The town has been thrust into the limelight as the world’s leaders prepare to descend for the G7 summit and, while most of the talks will be held in nearby Carbis Bay, St Ives will play home to the dignitaries for June 11 to 13.

The mid-terrace house (exterior pictured) with panoramic sea views and a front row seat to the G7 summit has been put on the market for £950,000

The four-storey property in St Ives, Cornwall, has a spectacular 180-degree outlook across the sea and along the north Cornish coast (bedroom view pictured) 

It has a sitting room (pictured) and dining room on the ground floor with steps descending to a kitchen and utility room, with a cellar on the lower ground floor

On the top floor there is another bedroom (pictured) that is complete with an en-suite bathroom and comes with a sea-facing balcony

The townhouse in Albert Place is Grade II listed and has 1,700 sq ft of accommodation over four floors.

It has a sitting room and dining room on the ground floor with steps descending to a kitchen and utility room, with a cellar on the lower ground floor.

On the first floor the house boasts two double bedrooms and a family bathroom as well as a door to a sea view roof terrace.

And, on the top floor, there is another bedroom and en-suite bathroom with a sea-facing balcony.

Outside the house there is a paved garden at the front and a sheltered courtyard garden at the rear – complete with a garage and parking space.

The town (house indicated) has been thrust into the limelight as the world’s leaders prepare to descend for the G7 summit in June – and, while most of the talks will be held in nearby Carbis Bay, St Ives will play home to the dignitaries for June 11 to 13

The townhouse in Albert Place is Grade II listed and has 1,700 sq ft of accommodation over four floors (cosy dining room pictured)

The house (kitchen pictured) has been owned by the vendors for about 16 years who are now reluctantly selling to move to a property with less storeys

The house has been owned by the vendors for about 16 years who are now reluctantly selling to move to a property with less storeys.

Mark Bracey, from Lillicrap Chilcott, said: ‘The view is absolutely stunning. It’s mainly enjoyed from the top two of the four floors.

‘The main bedroom has a full width balcony and the view takes in everything from St Ives Island, the harbour, the pier, across the bay to Godrevy and along the coastline to Godrevy lighthouse.

‘It’s absolutely mesmerising, a full panorama. The pictures don’t do it justice.

Outside the townhouse, which has gone on the market for £950,000, there is a paved garden at the front and a sheltered courtyard garden (pictured) at the rear

The four-storey property in St Ives, Cornwall, has a spectacular 180-degree outlook across the sea and along the north Cornish coast

The property (indicated), which is complete with a garage and parking space, was described by the estate agent as being ‘in a very lovely quiet oasis’

‘All the way through the summer, from May to September, St Ives is a frenetic place but this property is in a very lovely quiet oasis.

‘You’re close to all the hustle and bustle but you can sit in your courtyard and it’s lovely, peaceful and quiet.

‘It also has something that an awful lot of houses in St Ives don’t have. People pay £70-90,000 for a parking space but this property has a garage and parking space.

‘The G7 summit has definitely brought more focus on St Ives, which is already one of Cornwall’s most popular and sought after villages.

‘Some of the sums being paid for holiday lets are eyewatering, particularly in peak weeks so an opportunity as rare as this will attract a mix of interest from holiday home and main home owners because of what it offers.’

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