Charlie's Cottage
£265,000 ono : 3 bedrooms

Status: Available
Tenure: Freehold

A piece of Scillonian history. This original granite built fisherman’s cottage was built together with it’s neighbour
probably in the late 1700s to mid 1800s.

It appears to have had originally only one room on the ground floor with two bedrooms above, subsequently extended in granite to double its size. Thereafter in more recent years further extend at the rear to provide a kitchen and bathroom.

The cottage stands behind it’s own small fore garden and fronts a single track vehicular access which serves adjoining properties and finishes as a cul de sac at Buzza Hill.

As can been seen from the attached plan Charlie’s Cottage is within 100 yards of Porthcressa Beach / Bay and within easy walking distance of St. Mary’s shops, public amenities and harbour.

Internally the cottage requires a full restoration and perhaps extension (subject to the necessary permission being received) but we would suggest when completed could be a very pretty cottage with excellent accommodation and very conveniently located.

The accommodation comprises:
On the Ground Floor
From the front a gateway through a granite wall leads through the fore garden to the front door.
Living Room 15’8” plus alcoves to either side of the fireplace X 12’0” plus shallow bay. Tiled fireplace. A staircase
leads from the living room to the first floor. A door at the rear of the living room gives access into:
Dining Room 13’0” X 10’0” An Aga or Rayburn is set into the fireplace.
Kitchen 9’0” X 6’6” The kitchen is fitted with purpose built oak units with panelled doors including a matching wall
cabinet. The floor cabinets have a dark melamine working surface and there is an inset single drainer stainless steel sink unit.
Bathroom which is “L” Shaped 6’7” maximum (4’11” minimum) X 6’5” Fitted with panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin and low level w.c.
A door from the kitchen leads into:
Veranda / Store 8’8” X 6’6” Having a translucent panelled roof and a door to the rear yard.
On the First Floor
Bedroom 1 (Rear) 13’6” X 10’0” In one corner is the combination hot water cylinder.
Bedroom 2 (Front) 12’7” X 9’9”
Bedroom 3 (Front) 8’2” plus a shallow bay window X 5’10”
Outside As previously mentioned there is a small fore garden bounded by granite walls and at the rear is a yard again
bounded by granite walls and the bathroom wall.

SERVICES: I understand the property is connected to mains electricity, water and drainage.
ASSESSMENTS: For the purposes of Council Property Tax, this property is designated in Band ‘F’ in the
Valuation List, producing a charge of £1859.22 for the year 2016/2017.
To the above charge will be added the sum of £288.80 water charge and £175.30 sewerage charge.

TENURE: Freehold
PRICE: £ 265,000 or nearest offer




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Charlie's Cottage, Porthcressa,
St Mary's. TR21 0JQ


Map Please Note: The map is intended as a guide only and
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