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Tiree, Lower Chapel Street 

Guide £180,000 

Believed to be one of the older properties in Looe and dating back to the 16th Century, this quaint Grade II listed fisherman’s cottage is steeped in history and is often referred to in books based on Looe. Tiree can be found nestled in the back streets of East Looe and is only a stone’s throw from Looe beach, the harbour and all of the amenities on offer. VACANT POSESSION.


The fine details 


Access for Tiree is through the eye catching green door to the front of the cottage which leads to an inner hall where the left hand door leads you into Tiree.


Steeped in history and mentioned in many books written about Looe, Tiree is thought to be one of the older cottages in East Looe. Full of charm and character with beamed ceilings and only a stone’s throw from the beach and all that the fishing town of Looe has to offer, Tiree is a freehold property with no restrictions.

Ground Floor Accommodation

The main door leads you into the lounge with beamed ceilings and curved walls. A latch door opens for the staircase, taking you up from the lounge to first floor landing. The open archway leads into the kitchen (with restricted head-height in the archway) The kitchen has a range of base and wall mounted units with space for appliances and door to the rear ally.

First Floor Accommodation

The landing gives access to bedroom one with sash window to the front elevation, radiator and some wall paneling. The bathroom is fully tiled and has a bath with shower over, pedestal wash basin and WC. Cupboard with boiler and shelving. Stairs up to second bedroom.

Second Floor

Leading straight into the bedroom with window to the front elevation, beamed ceilings and radiator.

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