LOVELY 3 BED HOLIDAY HOME AT TALLAND BAY
23 The Bay is a large 3 bedroom holiday home with the use of an indoor swimming pool on the romantic coast of the eastern tip of Cornwall.
Situated on a private gated complex and walking distance to the beach at picturesque Talland Bay, this reversed living house with balcony and terrace sits on the side of the hill in a sunny position.
The entire first floor comprises an open-plan living and kitchen/dining area with a vaulted ceiling and an impressive wood burner. Doors lead onto a southwest facing balcony and from here there are distant sea views across The Courtyard. Engineered Oak flooring throughout the living areas and stylish integrated kitchen creates a highly contemporary finish.
On the ground floor there is the master bedroom with a large ensuite shower-room, a double bedroom, a single and the family bathroom.
Outside there is allocated private parking a sunny terrace and balcony.
This small development of coastal holiday homes in South East Cornwall lie just yards from the southwest coastal path and is set above a secluded cove between the pretty fishing port of Looe and the quaint harbour of Polperro – once notorious for smuggling. Talland Bay has a resident manager providing year round services to include an optional rental and housekeeping service. The Clubhouse is exclusively for the use of homeowners and their guests and features an indoor swimming pool, sauna, and gym.
The development is a secure child-friendly environment, spread throughout landscaped communal gardens with electronically operated entrance gates, CCTV and plenty of space to roam.
Talland Bay remains an unspoilt picturesque cove which is a perfect location for walking, fishing or just enjoying the view. The nearby Talland Bay Hotel has an excellent restaurant and there is the Talland Bay Beach Cafe just behind the beach. Other restaurants can be found in Looe and Polperro with local seafood as their specialty. The area is home to stunning golf courses, the Eden project and only a short drive away lies Fowey with its picture-postcard harbour and sailing centre.
Private water supply, communal propane gas supplying underfloor heating to the ground floor and radiators to the first floor and domestic hot water, mains electricity, private drainage.
From the Midlands and London via the M 5 access to the area takes about an hour and a quarter by road from Exeter. High speed trains reach Plymouth from London in approx. 3 – 4 hours and 2 – 2.5 hours from Bristol. Yet the City of Plymouth, with its comprehensive cultural, sporting and shopping facilities, is only a half hour away.
Leasehold, 990 years remaining