Cornwall perhaps conjures up a certain image, one that involves cottages by a harbour maybe. Not something like this 1970s John Truscott-designed four-bedroomed house in Porthpean near St. Austell, Cornwall.
John Truscott used the elevated site to design a house with far reaching views over Duporth Beach and along the Cornish coast, as well as offering some modernist-inspired design, plenty of your own gardens all around for relaxing in and easy access to two nearby beaches. If that’s not enough, the house lies just two miles from St. Austell town centre.
As for the house, there is certainly plenty of space and a good standard of modern finish. A galleried entrance hallways has stairs rising to the first floor sitting room. The staircase also descends to the ground floor, where you’ll find doors to the study with fitted storage, a cloakroom/WC and a dining room with patio doors to the garden.
There’s also a modern kitchen, leading to a family room with patio doors, a conservatory with vaulted glass roof and an inner hallway, which in turn leads to a store room/workshop, utility room and one of the bedrooms.
Upstairs is that previously-mentioned sitting room with views of the nearby coast, a roof terrace, a second bedroom with en-suite bathroom, a third bedroom with fitted storage and an L-shaped fourth bedroom, with access to the rear garden and a further en-suite bathroom.
Outside, you’ll find plenty of parking, a double car port plus mature plants that double up as privacy from the road and neighbouring properties.
If that appeals, the asking price is £600,000.
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