Former shop converted into two bedroom seaside home on the Cornish coast on the market for £495,000

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Former shop converted into two bedroom seaside home on the Cornish coast goes up for sale for £495,000

  • The airy ground floor house known as Gull Rock is one of three apartments in a historic Cornish building
  • It lies on Trebarwith Strand, part of the coastline near the village of Trebarwith on the north coast of Cornwall
  • The area offers surfing and swimming and is close to local coastal hotspots such as Rock Polzeath and Port Isaac
  • Inside there is a master and double bedroom, with en-suite bathrooms, and an open plan living/dining room

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A former seaside shop on the Cornish coast has been put on the market for £495,000 after being converted into a two-bedroom seafront home.

Situated in Trebarwith Strand, part of the coastline near the village of Trebarwith on the north coast of Cornwall, the property has sandy beaches right on your doorstep.

Known as Gull Rock, the house is one of three apartments in a historic Cornish building called The House on the Strand.

Until 2017, the site served as a retail store, selling inflatable lilos, beach toys and ice cream to tourists and local beachgoers.

It is located near 800 meters of sandy beaches, nestled between cliffs and natural caves. The beach is famous among surfers.

The ground floor house has been recently renovated and has wonderful views of the beautiful coastline.

A former seaside shop on the Cornish coast has been put on the market for £495,000 after being converted into a two-bedroom seafront home

Inside, the property features a lovely open plan living and dining area and galley kitchen.  Both the main and the double room have an en-suite bathroom

Inside, the property features a lovely open plan living and dining area and galley kitchen. Both the main and the double room have an en-suite bathroom

Recently refurbished, the ground floor house has stunning views of the beautiful coastline, with two private sea-facing terraces with uninterrupted views to the west over Trebarwith Strand

Recently refurbished, the ground floor house has stunning views of the beautiful coastline, with two private sea-facing terraces with uninterrupted views to the west over Trebarwith Strand

The property is located near 800 meters of sandy beaches, nestled between cliffs and natural caves.  The beach is famously popular with surfers

The property is located near 800 meters of sandy beaches, nestled between cliffs and natural caves. The beach is famously popular with surfers

Inside, the property features a lovely open plan living and dining area and galley kitchen.

Both the master and double rooms have an en-suite bathroom.

The property is decorated in light and modern styles to complement the relaxed, beach-like atmosphere.

There are also two private sea-facing terraces with uninterrupted views to the west over Trebarwith Strand.

The property is currently being used as a successful holiday rental and would make the perfect summer home.

Residents can enjoy coastal hotspots such as Rock Polzeath and Port Isaac on Cornwall’s north coast, as well as stroll to the village of Trebar, about a mile inland.

The village of Tintagel, home to the world famous King Arthur’s castle, is just 2 miles away. There are also a number of excellent restaurants in the area, including Nathan Outlaw’s two Michelin star location in Port Isaac.

Exploring the area is made easier by off road parking for residents at the property.

It is currently on the market from John Bray & Partners.

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