This grand property is entered through the front door into a spacious central hallway. Exposed wooden floorboards, stairs that rise to the first floor, doors off to a utility room, the rest of the accommodation and a further external door leading on to the rear garden. Magnificent sea and coastal views are enjoyed from every room, bar the bathrooms, in this tardis of a 1920's house in a prime position, 100m from the beach, in the area of outstanding natural beauty of the Rame Peninsula and the village of Portwrinkle. Externally, this grand property belies its true size, housing double bedrooms, an expansive double aspect lounge and wonderfully social kitchen along with a family bathroom and a first floor shower room. The property is entered through the front storm porch into a spacious central hallway with exposed wooden floorboards running the entire length. Doors off to the downstairs accommodation and an external door leading out to the rear patio. The dual aspect bay windows, with window seats, provide the lounge with unbroken sea views, from Rame Head in the East to Looe and Mevagissey in the West, and the famous Eddystone lighthouse to the South. This wonderfully warm family room encapsulates the ambience of this Art Deco property with feature open fire place set on a Cornish stone hearth with period pine mantle over. The room would provide plenty of room for entertaining. The exceptionally social, dual aspect, kitchen benefits from the same magnificent sea views as the lounge through a huge bay window which again provides window seating. The shaker style limed oak, base and wall units along with a large dresser provide plenty of storage. Eye-level electric double oven, 4 ring gas hob with extractor hood over, ceramic sink, space for a dishwasher and tiled splashback complete the kitchen appliances. There is sufficient space for a large family table to socialise around. Bedroom four is currently used as a music room (snug/lounge) accommodating a 2.8m x 1.7m L-shaped sofa. Window overlooks the side garden and has views to the east of the sea. This room could be incorporated into the kitchen to make a truly exceptional entertaining space. Bedroom three is at the rear of the house with views out to the western side of the garden and the sea to the front. This room houses a queen size bed and bedroom furniture with plenty of space still available to fill. The utility room houses the Worcester Bosch central heating boiler, has plumbing for a washing machine and American Fridge/Freezer with icemaker, space for tumble dryer. The family bathroom comprises of panel bath with shower over, a low-level WC and a pedestal wash hand basin. Tiling to walls and opaque double glazed window to the rear. There are commanding sea and coastline views from the first floor landing with doors to the master bedroom, bedroom two and the first floor shower room. The views from the master bedroom are the most impressive as a different perspective of the coastline is afforded from this window. This bedroom houses a super-king size bed with plenty of room around it and benefits from a walk-in wardrobe. Bedroom two is dual aspect with views over the rear garden and the sea. This room also houses a super-king size bed and a double sofa bed, again with plenty of space for further bedroom furniture. This room could be split into two if required. The shower room offers a double shower cubicle with mains shower, a low-level WC with hidden cistern and a wash hand basin set into a vanity unit with storage beneath. A skylight offers the experience of 'a shower beneath the stars'. The property sits at the centre of its plot with lawn to all sides and mature shrubs and trees to the boundaries. There is a private decked area at the front to sit and hear the crashing/lapping of the waves on the shore. There is a further patio area at the rear of the garden along with an area for a vegetable patch or some raised beds. A driveway allows parking for two cars and leads to a double garage with power, lighting and an electric roller-shutter door.