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Top View, Chapel Ground 

Guide £280,000


We are delighted to bring to the market this elevated three bedroom end of terrace house which affords stunning views across Looe and out to sea with Rame Head in the distance.  Offering three bedrooms, open plan living and a front patio area, viewing is essential.


The fine details

The Property

This property is in an elevated position to afford the simply stunning views and can be accessed via Chapel Ground, Darloe Lane or Downs Road. You enter the property via a stable door which in turn gives access into the open plan living room and kitchen. Stairs lead up to the first floor accommodation with two bedrooms and a bathroom off of a stepped landing. Further stairs lead up to the third bedroom which is in the roof space. The property benefits from a patio area to the front with ample room for tables, chairs and a BBQ - the views from the patio area are simply stunning.

Open Plan Living Area

The living area features a large brick built fireplace currently housing a wood burning stove with shelving recess to one side. There are wooden floors throughout this space which lead to the kitchen area that is separated by a breakfast bar with space for stools under. The kitchen has a range of base units and incorporate sink, cooker and there is wall mounted shelving to add further storage. The walls are partially tiled and the boiler is also housed here.

First Floor Accommodation

From the split level landing, there is a door into the family bathroom which is fully tiled and houses a white suite to include WC, bath with shower over and vanity unit with wash basin. Door lead off to two bedrooms.

Bedroom One

UPVC window to the front elevation affording the stunning views. Radiator. Wall mounted storage and recess shelving. Wooden floor.

Bedroom Two

UPVC window to the rear elevation. Original feature fireplace with brick surround. Built in cupboard. Radiator.

Second Floor

The stairs lead straight into the third bedroom with UPVC windows to the front affording the stunning views. Wooden floor. Radiator. Eaves storage.


The property benefits from a patio area to the front where the stunning views can be taken advantage of. There is a shared shed to the side of the property and the first half of the shed from the front elevation is offered with the property for additional storage.


The attractive fishing port of Looe straddles the wide river with its long bridge and stone harbourside, Looe has a thriving tourist industry and is very popular with boating enthusiasts. There are many properties on both sides of the river providing a wide range of shopping and community facilities, together with award winning restaurants. On the edge of town is a branch line railway which links with the main line at Liskeard (Plymouth to London Paddington 3 hours). The coastline either side of Looe is beautiful and unspoilt, easily accessible via the South West Coast Path and there are substantial areas in the ownership of the National Trust. There are excellent bathing beaches and a wide network of footpaths and bridleways in the vicinity. The nearby town of Saltash has a Waitrose store on its Northern outskirts. The City of Plymouth lies within commuting distance, having an extensive and historic waterfront.

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