Located on a quiet residential street in Torpoint on the south coast of Cornwall is this charming Edwardian terraced house. Inside has been recently renovated to create a contemporary home from home making it a great choice for those looking to enjoy some of Cornwall's best beaches and attractions. The ground floor is home to a warm and cosy sitting area with a wood burning stove, a neat well equipped kitchen and a smart dining room. On the first floor are three restful bedrooms; a kingsize with lovely long views to Plymouth docks, a double and a twin room. They are served by a smart, family bathroom. At the rear of the house is a sunny gravelled garden with picnic bench, whilst further green space can be found just opposite the house in Thanckes Park or 'The Lawn' which leads right to the waterfront and is ideal for walking your canine companions. The park also has built in BBQs, tennis courts and children's play area. Torpoint offers a choice of pubs and restaurants nearby if you don't fancy cooking one evening. For days out, the pretty twin villages of Kingsand/Cawsand are close by and offer more opportunities for eating out, right beside the sea. There are many good, sandy beaches all within a short drive including renowned Whitsand Bay. Explore 16th century Mount Edgcumbe House and Country gardens or walk the glorious South West Coastal Path to take in some amazing sea views. Just a 5 minute walk away, take the foot ferry to Plymouth where you'll find Royal William Yard with its trendy bars and restaurants and a wealth of attractions, including the National Marine Aquarium, the historic Barbican and Hoe as well as shopping, theatre and entertainment - perfect for a day or night out. With so much to do nearby, Harbour View is the perfect choice for a break to the coast of Cornwall.
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Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size, 1 x double, 1 x twin. Sitting area with wood burning stove, kitchen, dining room. Bathroom with bath, shower, basin and WC.
Torpoint is a town and civil parish on the Rame Peninsula in southeast Cornwall. It is an eighteenth-century planned town, with the grid-based design having been commissioned by Reginald Pole Carew in 1774. His family continue to have a strong influence in the area, having become the Carew Poles in the twentieth century, and still reside at their family seat, Antony House. Torpoint only became a town in the early nineteenth century. Before this, the nearby village of Antony was the main centre in the area. The area is home to an array of gardens, museums, pubs and restaurants - with surf schools boat trips, cliff top walking and cycling for the more active types. Let's not forget some of the finest historic houses on display and open to the public to explore. Torpoint is a wonderful town with plenty of activities and sightseeing opportunities - you will not want to miss this.