The Sealoft is a semi-detached 'upside down' house with splendid long views to the sea.
All very 21st cent.
with excellent insulation, style and comfort.
It is situated a ten minute walk up from the picturesque cove of Talland Bay and forms part of a development of individually owned houses with plenty of facilities on-site.
Why not pamper yourself with a spa treatment, take a dip in the indoor heated swimming pool or spend time in the fitness room or sauna.
There's also a small natural outdoor plunge pool (unfenced) which will leave you feeling invigorated.
This is an excellent house for families or couples.
Step through to a hall with oak floor and room for coats/boots and other paraphernalia, then head upstairs to a large, light, high-ceilinged, open-plan living/dining room and kitchen area with oak floor, wood-burning stove and glazed doors to a good-sized balcony where you can enjoy al fresco meals or sundowners and long sea views - great sunsets.
At this level there is a utility room.
Downstairs, there are three bedrooms – two king-size doubles, one with en suite shower-room , and a bunk room plus a family bathroom.
The Coast Path is a few minutes walk away offering fantastic walking right from the door and the pretty fishing villages of Looe and Polperro are nearby with excellent seasonal boat trips available.
Over two floors. Three ground floor bedrooms. 2 x king-size double bedrooms, one with en suite shower-room. 1 x adult bunk room. Bathroom with bath, shower, basin and WC. First floor: Open-plan living area with sitting area with wood burning stove and glazed doors to balcony, dining area and kitchen. Utility room.
About the location
Polperro and nearby Looe on the south coast of Cornwall’s coastline is a renowned tourist area giving visitors a unique holiday area to explore. Polperro is a historic fishing village nestling at the head of a long valley leading down to the sea. The sheltered fishing harbour with its surrounding jumble of quaint, whitewashed cottages, draws visitors from around the world. Walk the narrow streets, watch the fishermen land their catch, check the Smugglers Museum, take a leisurely lunch overlooking the harbour and then walk the cliff tops for a taste of the spectacular coastal scenery. This is a magical area with much to see and do. The working fishing port of Looe is just 4 miles away and the delights of Cornwall's far west are easily accessible via the nearby Bodinnick ferry to Fowey and beyond with the local area well served with bus and ferry services. The perfect holiday location, a jewel in the Cornish coastline now denoted by Cornwall County Council as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, of historic interest and heritage importance, as well as a conservation area.
Note: Swimming pool (40’ x 20’ x 4’ deep, closed from 6 January to 10th February). Arrival after 4pm. Sorry, no short breaks