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Former shop transformed into two-bedroom seafront home on Cornish coast on the market for £495,000

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Former shop transformed into two-bedroom seafront home on the Cornish coast goes on the market for £495,000

  • Known as Gull Rock, the airy ground-floor home is one of three apartments in a period Cornish building 
  • It sits on Trebarwith Strand, a section of coastline near the village of Trebarwith on Cornwall’s northern coast
  • 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 area 

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

Located in Trebarwith Strand, a section of coastline near the village of Trebarwith on Cornwall’s northern coast, the property offers sandy beaches right on its doorstep. 

Known as Gull Rock, the home is one of three apartments in a period Cornish building named The House on the Strand.

Up until 2017, the site had operated as a shop, selling inflatable lilos, beach toys and ice cream to tourists and local beachgoers.  

It sits near 800m of sandy beaches, nestled between cliffs and natural caves. The beach is famously popular with surfers.

Recently refurbished, the ground-floor home has glorious views of the stunning coastline.

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

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

Inside, the property boasts a pretty open-plan living and dining room area and a galley kitchen. Both the master and double bedrooms come with an en-suite bathroom

Inside, the property boasts a pretty open-plan living and dining room area and a galley kitchen. Both the master and double bedrooms come with an en-suite bathroom

Recently refurbished, the ground-floor home has glorious views of the stunning coastline, with two private sea-facing terraces with uninterrupted westerly views across Trebarwith Strand

Recently refurbished, the ground-floor home has glorious views of the stunning coastline, with two private sea-facing terraces with uninterrupted westerly views across Trebarwith Strand

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

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

Inside, the property boasts a pretty open-plan living and dining room area and a galley kitchen.

Both the master and double bedrooms come with an en-suite bathroom.

The property has been decorated in light and modern styles to complement the relaxed, beachy atmosphere. 

There are also two private sea-facing terraces with uninterrupted westerly views across Trebarwith Strand. 

Currently used as a successful holiday let, the property would make for the perfect summer home. 

Residents can enjoy coastal hotspots such as Rock Polzeath and Port Isaac on the North Cornish Coast as well as a stroll into the village of Trebarwith about a mile inland. 

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

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

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

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