Four-storey mid-terrace in St Ives goes on sale for £950,000

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A mid-terrace house with panoramic sea views and front row seating at the G7 summit is for sale for £950,000.

The four storey property in St Ives, Cornwall has spectacular 180 degree views over the sea and along the north coast of Cornwall.

The city has been spotlighted as world leaders prepare to descend for the G7 summit and, while most of the talks will take place in nearby Carbis Bay, St Ives will be home to the dignitaries from June 11-13.

The mid-terrace house (exterior pictured) with panoramic sea views and front row seating at the G7 summit has been marketed for £950,000

The four storey property in St Ives, Cornwall has spectacular 180 degree views over the sea and along the north coast of Cornwall (bedroom view in photo)

The four storey property in St Ives, Cornwall has spectacular 180 degree views over the sea and along the north coast of Cornwall (bedroom view in photo)

It has a sitting room (pictured) and dining room on the ground floor with stairs going down to a kitchen and utility room, with a cellar on the lower floor

It has a sitting room (pictured) and dining room on the ground floor with stairs going down to a kitchen and utility room, with a cellar on the lower floor

On the top floor there is another bedroom (pictured) which is complete with an en-suite bathroom and a balcony with sea views.

On the top floor there is another bedroom (pictured) which is complete with an en-suite bathroom and a balcony with sea views.

The townhouse in Albert Place is a listed heritage building and has 1,700 m² of accommodation spread over four floors.

It has a sitting room and dining room on the ground floor with stairs going down to a kitchen and utility room, with a cellar on the lower floor.

On the first floor, the house has two double bedrooms and a family bathroom, as well as a door leading to a roof terrace with sea views.

And on the top floor there is another bedroom and an en-suite bathroom with a balcony with sea views.

Outside the house there is a paved garden to the front and a secluded courtyard garden to the rear – complete with a garage and parking space.

The town (home indicated) has been thrust into the spotlight as world leaders prepare to descend for the G7 summit in June - and while most of the talks will take place in nearby Carbis Bay, St Ives will be home to the dignitaries for 11 to 13 June

The town (home indicated) has been thrust into the spotlight as world leaders prepare to descend for the G7 summit in June – and while most of the talks will take place in nearby Carbis Bay, St Ives will be home to the dignitaries for 11 to 13 June

Listed townhouse in Albert Place, has 1,700m2 of accommodation over four floors (cozy dining room pictured)

Listed townhouse in Albert Place, has 1,700m2 of accommodation over four floors (cozy dining room pictured)

The house (kitchen pictured) has been owned for about 16 years by the sellers who are now reluctantly selling to move to a less storey property

The house (kitchen pictured) has been owned for about 16 years by the sellers who are now reluctantly selling to move to a less storey property

The house has been owned by the sellers for about 16 years who are now reluctantly selling to move to a less storey property.

Mark Bracey, of Lillicrap Chilcott, said: ‘The view is absolutely breathtaking. It is especially enjoyed from the top two of the four floors.

‘The master bedroom has a full width balcony and the view encompasses everything from St Ives Island, the harbour, the pier, across the bay to Godrevy and along the shoreline to Godrevy Lighthouse.

‘It is absolutely enchanting, a full panorama. The pictures don’t do it justice.

Outside the townhouse, which has gone on the market for £950,000, there is a paved garden to the front and a secluded courtyard garden (pictured) to the rear

Outside the townhouse, which has gone on the market for £950,000, there is a paved garden to the front and a secluded courtyard garden (pictured) to the rear

The four storey property in St Ives, Cornwall has spectacular 180 degree views over the sea and along the north coast of Cornwall

The four storey property in St Ives, Cornwall has spectacular 180 degree views over the sea and along the north coast of Cornwall

The property (indicated), complete with garage and parking space, was described by the estate agent as 'in a very nice quiet oasis'

The property (indicated), which is complete with garage and parking space, was described by the estate agent as ‘in a very nice quiet oasis’

‘All summer, from May to September, St Ives is a hectic place, but this property is in a very nice peaceful oasis.

‘You’re close to all the hustle and bustle, but you can sit in your courtyard and it’s lovely, peaceful and quiet.

“There’s also something about it that a lot of houses in St Ives don’t have. People pay £70-90,000 for a parking space, but this property has a garage and parking space.

‘The G7 summit has certainly brought more attention to St Ives, which is already one of Cornwall’s most popular and desirable villages.

‘Some of the amounts paid for holiday rentals are eye-watering, especially in the peak weeks, so an opportunity as rare as this one will spark a mix of interest from holiday home and homeowners because of what it offers.’

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