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Beautiful sash windows, beamed ceilings, exposed stone walls, original fireplaces, beautiful wood panelling and true sense of space and natural light.

At a Glance

Total Floor Area: 1025sq.ft. (95.2sq.m approx)

  • Deceptively Spacious Three Storey Character Cottage with Two Parking Spaces
  • Beamed Ceilings, Thick Stone Walls & Original Fireplaces
  • A Wealth of Original Features
  • Three Double Bedrooms
  • Open Plan First Floor Living/Kitchen/Dining Room
  • Family Bathroom, Large Shower Room & Separate Utility Room
  • Situated Seconds from the picturesque Harbourside, Cafés & Restaurants
The property is a loved and cherished holiday home for the current owners who, during their tenure, have improved upon the property whilst retaining its special character. With a stable door entrance from Squeezy Belly Alley, the ground floor consists of an inviting reception hall, a large double bedroom with wood floors, attractive panelling, original exposed fireplace complete with cloam oven and beamed ceiling. There is a large family shower room followed by a really handy utility/storage room, complete with sink, cabinets and shelving. White goods are cleverly plumbed and housed under the stairs.

On the way up to the first floor, there is a lovely half landing prior to the family bathroom, which has a panelled bath, electric shower and white porcelain sanitary ware. The open plan living space has a dual aspect providing ample natural light and some gorgeous features. With a hessian carpet underfoot and beamed ceiling overhead, the living area has plenty of space for sofas, chairs and occasional furniture, with the true focal point being the large painted chimney stack. There is a step down into the kitchen where a built-in bench and panelling wraps around the dining table. The kitchen has a range of floor and wall shaker style cabinets and drawers, freestanding oven, hob, dishwasher and fridge/freezer. Up on the second floor are two further double bedrooms, both with windows to the rear, partially exposed roof trusses and well presented in each instance. Services to Jolie Brise include mains water, electricity and drainage.

Port Isaac is a quaint, historic picturesque fishing village, well known globally for its association with Doc Martin and the Fisherman's Friends. This sought after destination offers breathtaking local walks across the surrounding dramatic coastline of North Cornwall, as well as having its own beach and working harbour. There are delightful boutiques and galleries for those who wish to explore the magical narrow streets, and to finish off you can always pop into one of the cosy cafés, pubs, or famous restaurants of Nathan Outlaw. In addition, the neighbouring village of Port Gaverne was once a thriving 19th Century fishing port and to this day remains unspoilt with the sheltered sandy beach protected by the National Trust. Watersports equipment is available for hire so one can get out into the surf and experience a plethora of water based activities.

To find Jolie Brise, turn off the B3314 coast road onto the B3267 signposted Port Isaac. Upon entering the village, follow New Road and then turn off left onto Back Hill taking you down past the church. At the end of Back Hill, turn left onto Fore Street. Follow Fore Street all the way down towards the harbour. At the bottom of Fore Street, go straight across into Squeezy Belly Alley and the property can be found along on the right hand side. The postcode for satellite navigation is PL29 3RB.

Visit Jolie Brise, Port Isaac

Jolie Brise, Port Isaac

Guide £545,000