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The Wee House, West Looe, PL13 2HF

Guide Price £275,000

The Wee House is a cosy character cottage located on West Looe Hill. The accommodation comprises of a kitchen and dining area over a split level and a separate living room to the ground floor. There are two bedrooms and a family bathroom across the top two floors. The property has been lovingly restored by the current owners and could be used as a main home, holiday let or bolt hole. Viewing Essential.


The fine details 

Ground Floor

You enter the property off of West Looe Hill through a shared gate with slate path. The cottage is accessed via the side door into the kitchen/dining space. The modern fitted kitchen is light and has plenty of storage and boasts a Belfast Sink, full worktops, electric oven, induction hob and space for other appliances. Space for dining table and chairs with recess storage cupboard to one side of the open space. As you step through from the dining area you enter the living room where you are greeted by a charming stone fireplace currently housing an electric fire. Deep window sill and beams add depth of character to this charming cottage. Steps rise up to the first floor.

First Floor

There is a large double bedroom which is currently set out as a triple sleeping room with a bunk bed and a single bed. A wooden sash window to the front elevation offers quaint views of the cottages across West Looe Hill. Across the landing you access the family bathroom offering a white suite which includes a large corner bath with overhead shower, wc, wash basin. Airing cupboard.

Second Floor

From the first floor landing stairs rise up to the master bedroom. This room is spacious double. This room oozes character with beams and a lovely window seat below the sash windows.


EPC - awaiting new certificate Council tax - B Mains Gas, Electric and sewage. Floorplan to follow.


Looe, meaning deep water inlet, is an historic fishing port with an East and West side connected by a stone built bridge. East Looe centres on its broad sandy beach with the distinctive Banjo Pier. Looe boasts pasty shops, tea rooms and some of Cornwall's finest restaurants including The Sail Loft. West Looe offers a quainter version of the town with St Nicholas Church by the Ferry steps and a path that leads you past The Sardine Factory, our newest Seafood restaurant. The Jolly Sailor Pub established in 1516 is one of the oldest pubs in the UK and is nestled in the square. Looe also benefits from two schools, a doctors and a dental practice. The Looe Valley train line has connections to London Paddington. To those that are relocating to the area, here at Carla Jones Estate Agents we are not only selling you a home but also a lifestyle. We look forward to helping you in the steps to finding your new home.

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