Zevizo properties are proud to offer this unique 1 bedroom cottage in the heart of Mevagissey, Cornwall.
Currently used by it's owners as a holiday let attracting plenty of holiday makers throughout the year and earning a handsome return as an investment. However this cottage has everything one could need to independently retire by the coast in full comfort while enjoying the beautiful surrounding and scenery all around.
Built circa. 1880 this quaint cottage named 'The Gig House' a Grade II listed building was originally used as the stable and groom's quarters for the Doctor's horse-drawn gig in The Victorian era. Occupying a favourable position over River Street below the property is a perfect area for those who want to be in the heart of the village.
The property has been sympathetically restored and renovated to give a comfortable modern living space with all the traditional elements that go with it.
The property itself comprises sitting/dining/kitchen space that is pragmatically thought out and extremely cosy there is also a shower room found on this floor too. Following the stairs down is the double bedroom which has exposed beams and plenty of charm. Outside the property is a cobbled patio area which also doubles up as a parking space which the locals will tell you is a rare commodity within the area.
The historic village of Mevagissey is a peaceful, idyllic village that enjoys a vast amount of tourists each year many visiting the harbour with it's numerous restaurants, cafes and pubs close-by. Other points of interest for people are the Lost Gardens of Heligan (3 miles), the Shipwreck Centre and Tall Ships Harbour at Charlestown (8 miles) and the coastal path, which winds along sandy beaches, rocky coves and craggy cliff tops, passes within 300 yards of the property.
This property is sold with NO ONWARD CHAIN and is FREEHOLD. Get in touch today to arrange a viewing.Kitchen/ Sitting room/ Dining room 3.6 x 4.25 m (11′10″ x 13′11″ ft)
Located on the first floor of the property this room provides a warm quaint welcome to all those that enter through the stable door. There is a sitting area that is comfortable for two and has beautiful views of the village below provided by the two large traditional wooden sash windows. A pragmatic kitchen with plenty of storage, sink, electric hob and oven, as well as tiled splash-backs above the work surfaces. There is lots of extra storage cupboards built-in to the walls of the room too with hard-wood floors and the walls finished in emulsion that gives the room a bright feel. There is a shower room located just of this sitting room and there are the stairs down to the bedroom as well.
Shower room 0.85 x 1.8 m (2′9″ x 5′11″ ft)
Just off the sitting area this shower room is clean and crisp with a wash basin directly in front of you as you enter, shower cubicle to the right and then a W/C to your left which has a dividing door to allow for privacy. Easy to maintain to a high standard.
Bedroom 4.25 x 3 m (13′11″ x 9′10″ ft)
Located on the lower floor of the property this bedroom is cosy and has some beautiful original features such as the exposed beams. A double room that has a deceptive amount of space for all to enjoy and relax in and with the option of throwing open the upper half of the stable door in the morning to enjoy the morning chorus and catch the breeze.
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