Just a couple of minutes walk from the sheltered beach in the picturesque coastal village of Kingsand, this former 19th century meeting hall has been recently converted to a high standard retaining much of its old world charm and architectural features including a beautiful vaulted ceiling and the original mission bell hanging outside. With inverted accommodation, the property is entered directly from the lane with the front door opening to an entrance lobby and ground floor hallway with original slate tiled floor and coat pegs on the wall.
Leading off the hall are a cloakroom W. C. with hand basin, a separate shower room and three delightful bedrooms with natural wooden floorboards and vanity basins in each.
There is a master bedroom with a double bed, a second smaller double bedroom, and the third room has two sets of 3ft metal framed bunk beds. A carpeted staircase leads up to a lower landing and a bathroom W. C. with hand basin and shower over the bath, and half a dozen stairs continue up to the first floor and an attractive open-plan living room with a ceiling rising to the apex of the roof and oblique sea views towards Cawsand beach from a bay window. There is a dining table with the original chapel chairs, comfortable settees are arranged before a wood burning stove, a full size harmonium is available for careful use, and in one corner, a couple of steps lead down to a neatly fitted bespoke kitchen with granite worktops and a slate tiled floor.
To complete the accommodation, half a dozen narrow stairs lead up to a mezzanine floor with casual seating and views over the village rooftops to Cawsand fort. It is possible to very briefly unload outside the property and parking is in the village car park 250 yards away.
Visitor moorings for boats may be available by prior arrangement with the owner.
The twin villages of Kingsand and Cawsand have a small selection of local shops, pubs and tea rooms all within a five minute walk and they each have a fairly sheltered beach with excellent fishing from the rocks. The South West Coast Path offers splendid scenery to Rame Head and Mount Edgcumbe Country Park and in the summer, a ferry operates from Cawsand Beach across the Sound to Plymouth.
Sailing and boating are popular in the bay, there are several golf courses in the vicinity and Whitsand Bay, 2 miles, has a long stretch of sand and rocks, and there is diving at the HMS Scylla artificial reef.
Please note: This property is heated by 2 night storage heaters and 6 electric convector heaters - inclusive.
A weekly car park ticket currently costs Oct - Mar £18, Apr/May/Jun £20, Jul/Sep £22, Aug £24.