We had three estate agents to value the property and one said we would have to keep the property under £500,000, the stamp duty threshold, as it wouldn't sell for much above that anyway. We thought it was worth £600,000 plus and that's what you were able to get with the exchange of contracts last week. Patience always pays off, and it also showed once again that if your property is in any way unique that choosing the right estate agent in the first place is vital when it comes to selling.
In the heart of the picturesque harbourside village of Mousehole is this 2 bedroomed end of terrace cottage, arranged over three floors with a southerly facing enclosed courtyard garden. The sitting room located on the top floor, enjoys an elevated view across rooftops and out across Mounts Bay framed by the south Cornish coastline.
Beautifully presented accommodation throughout, this would make an ideal holiday home, main home or investment opportunity
Lower Ground Floor: kitchen, bathroom.
Ground Floor: entrance vestibule, dining room, inner hall, bedroom 1.
First Floor: bedroom 2, sitting room.
Outside: low maintenance courtyard garden.