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The Terrace is a truly breath-taking property in the spectacular setting of Port Isaac, on the North Cornwall coast. Nestling just above the old harbour it offers stunning panoramic views over the harbour and far out to sea. Benefiting from an extensive south and west-facing terrace with a glass balustrade; this sunny area is just the spot to soak up the amazing views and while away the day watching the fishing boats coming in and out. A luxury property, The Terrace has been completed to an exceptionally high standard, in a clean contemporary style. This coastal property will sleep 6 guests in 3 bedrooms with 3 bathrooms and there is a large garden and plenty of parking spaces for six cars and boats.
A beautiful holiday home offering high-end luxury living in an area of outstanding natural beauty, The Terrace is well positioned to appreciate all the amenities on offer in the area. The sitting room, dining room, master bedroom and second bedroom all have glorious harbour and sea views, with bi-fold glass doors leading out onto the sunny terrace. Throw them open to let in that fresh Cornish air! The house is thoughtfully furnished with two king size bedrooms and a double bedroom. There is an expansive corner sofa and a modern log burner for comfort and warmth should the clouds roll in. The sun terrace is definitely the place to be on balmy evenings, enjoy relaxed family BBQ's with the perfect vantage point to enjoy Port Isaac's stunning sunsets.
The Terrace is just a few minutes walk from the quaint working fishing harbour, Nathan Outlaw's michelin starred seafood restaurants, cafes, a pub and a daily fish market. There are many coastal footpaths to explore straight from the village to the nearby coves of Port Gaverne and Port Quin. There are also a number of delightful beaches within a short 15 minute drive, including the water sports haven of Rock and the surfing beaches of Polzeath and Trebarwith Strand, which offer tuition and equipment hire.
IN THE PRESS: As featured in Cornwall Living
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